A former Donald Trump staff member claims the president has a love child! Fake news or shocking reveal?
Apparently, the mother is a beautiful 29-year-old medical graduate living in California.
The former Trump Organization doorman named Dino Sajudin is the one who has been spreading the allegations around to many publications.
In fact, it seems like the very first time he approached the press was in 2016, in the early stages of Trump’s presidential campaign.
According to Sajudin, he learned about the alleged love child from other Trump Organization employees.
Some emails prove The ENQUIRER feared that publishing the story would tip off the Donald’s camp.
Editor in chief Dylan Howard said: ‘We have not made any moves on Dino’s contacts because they could go right to Trump.’
On November 30 of 2015, the publication signed the doorman to a $30,000 contract.
He was set to be paid for the info he had on Trump’s love child ‘upon publication.’
As they reportedly always do, The ENQUIRER asked the man to first go through a lie detector test, but Sajudin refused to do it unless he would be granted an advance on his payment.
It was agreed upon giving him $500 but only if he passed the test.
The polygrapher’s report read: ‘The polygraph examination was being conducted to verify whether the subject was being truthful regarding allegations he had heard while employed at the Trump World Towers located in New York City. The subject alleged he heard from other employees that Donald Trump had a kid with a female employee identified as (identity protected as she is a very private person).’
The questions asked were as follows:
‘Did you hear from employees and residents of the Trump World Towers that (Name Redacted) had a child with Donald Trump?’
The former employee replied affirmatively.
‘Did you hear from (Name Redacted) that she had a child with Donald Trump?’
Once again, Sajudin said ‘yes.’
‘Did you overhear (Name Redacted) saying that she got knocked up by the boss?’ – ‘Yes.’
‘Are you telling the truth about the information you are providing to The National ENQUIRER?’ – ‘Yes.’
The polygraph test’s result reads: ‘In conclusion, it’s the professional opinion of the examiner based on the subject’s reactions to the test questions that the subject was truthful regarding the above-mentioned issues.’
After weeks of careful investigation, however, the tabloid concluded the story was not actually real.
‘When we realized we’d be unable to publish, and other media outlets approached the source about the tale, we released Sajudin from the exclusivity clause which had accompanied his $30,000 payment, freeing him to tell his claims to whomever he wanted,’ Dylan Howard explained.
‘Many organizations have tried since … including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Associated Press. The latest is Ronan Farrow from The New Yorker, who is calling our staff, and seems to think this is another example of how The ENQUIRER, by supposedly ‘catching and killing’ stories about President Trump, is a real threat to national security.’
‘We are flattered by this attention, and wish it were true. Unfortunately, however, Dino Sajudin’s one fish that swam away.’
Hm…fake news or just a really complicated situation that hides the truth? You decide!
For now, nothing has been confirmed.