Ex-National Enquirer publisher dishes on seedy media deals with Trump, celebs

Former President Trump had a busy legal day Thursday as the Supreme Court weighed presidential immunity arguments while his criminal hush money case continued in New York.

David Pecker, the former publisher of the National Enquirer, was back on the stand for a full day in Manhattan where he continued providing a timeline of his agreement to bury bad news about Trump during the then-candidate’s 2016 campaign.

Meanwhile, in Washington, the high court heard oral arguments in a historic case that weighs the limits of presidential immunity, which Trump is arguing makes him safe from prosecution in his three other criminal cases.

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