Fox News Reportedly ‘Killed’ Story Of Trump’s Affair With Porn Star Before Election!

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As Donald Trump continues his war on the free press with his Fake News Awards, once again the highest honors (or LIE-est honors) go to the President and his favorite TV channel.

Recently we were shocked (ish) to hear reports in the Wall Street Journal that Trump had his lawyer pay off porn actress Stormy Daniels for not talking telling the papers he was engaged in a sexual affair with her just months after Melania Trump had given birth to their son.

Well according to CNN‘s sources, we shouldn’t have had to wait until over a year after the election for the story to break — because Fox News had their hands on it all along!

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According to insiders, reporter Diana Falzone had an on-the-record statement from Daniels’ manager, Gina Rodriguez, confirming the affair. Falzone had even seen emails about a financial settlement.

Falzone wasn’t even a political reporter; she apparently came across it on her celebrity news beat. But Trump’s future State TV didn’t want it. One source claims:

“She had the story and Fox killed it.”

Hmm.

It certainly sounds like Faux News, who recently even defended his “shithole countries” comments.

But Noah Kotch, who just became editor-in-chief and vice president of Fox News digital last year, said in a statement:

“Like many other outlets, we were working to report the story of Stephanie Clifford’s account in October 2016 about then-Presidential candidate Donald Trump and a possible payment by Trump lawyer Michael Cohen. In doing our due diligence, we were unable to verify all of the facts and publish a story.”

Maybe they were in the same boat as Slate, The Daily Beast, and supposedly even Good Morning America. (But not In Touch who published their own 2011 interview with Stormy on Wednesday!)

Though Falzone reportedly had that on-the-record statement…

What do YOU think??

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Jan 17, 2018 9:03pm PDT

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