When it rains there’s Moore, another Playboy model’s extramarital affair with Trump appears

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More Kayfabe and reality-TV plot twists in light of the Cohen raid.

Perhaps it’s a PR move by Trump to impress future juries with his attractiveness as well as burnishing the Trump brand for those who can remember the 1992 December issue of Playboy.

More likely is that it’s an attempt to offset the sexual assault history of the apparently rapacious Lord Dampnut.

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  • Barbara Moore, 49, told DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview she had an affair with Donald Trump from March to September 1993 – when he was engaged to Marla Maples
  • She decided to tell her story after being bombarded with press requests after she was named in former Playboy model Karen McDougal’s lawsuit against America Media

Moore says the secret relationship petered out shortly before the birth of Tiffany Trump. Later that year, Trump married Marla Maples. Moore was shocked by the news.

www.dailymail.co.uk/…

Probably sadder is that some folks define their careers by association with Agent Orange which also becomes anchored by his moral practices.

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Charles Brenner
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Charles Brenner

trump is a habitual liar ; he can not tell the truth at all ! No matter what he is discussing , he lies !

dbesh2
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dbesh2

I could care less about his affairs, except it strongly points to his nature in how he handles issues that are important to most Americans.
That is what sets him aside from other leaders who have been less than illustrious in their private lives, but still understood the difference between serving their country, and trying to rule over it.