It seems that the former editor of National Enquirer, who has written a book about Donald Trump's relationship with women, is not kidding.
Page Six reported in November that the previous tabloid editor Barry Levine had signed an agreement with Hachette for the volume, but the angle he was taking was unclear. Now that the title has been published – "All the President's Wives: Donald Trump and the Making of a Predator" -, it looks like Levine is attacking to perfection.
The book is co-authored by Monique El-Faizy and described as "a new in-depth look at Donald Trump's relationship with women, revealing new accusations of sexual misconduct. [and] explore the roots of his alleged predatory behavior. "It is said that this is based on" revolutionary original reports ".
Adding to the plot, Levine was almost at the top of the Enquirer mast during the years in which his then president, David Pecker, was doing away with negative stories about Trump: Pecker would buy information from those involved , without intention to publish them, Levine's book was published on October 22nd. He did not respond to a request for comment.