The National Enquirer’s long-held secrets about Donald Trump may be about to get substantially less secret.
Page Six is told that the longtime executive editor of the tabloid, Barry Levine, is penning a book for Hachette about the president.
A source says that the book will look into “Trump and his women,” although other insiders tell us that it could be more wide-ranging, even looking at the formerly cozy relationship between the Enquirer’s owner, David Pecker, and Trump. That said, it’s unclear exactly what Levine’s contract with the Enquirer would allow him to reveal about Pecker.
Of course, Pecker has been at the center of an investigation into alleged hush money payouts made to Karen McDougal and Stormy Daniels — who both claim to have had affairs with Trump while he was married to First Lady Melania Trump. In August, Pecker was granted immunity in the probe.
Either way, Levine — who left the Enquirer in 2016 after 17 years — will have plenty of previously unreported material for the tome.
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SOURCE: Page Six