Hush money

And "mayest all quid pro quos be thine," scoffed Kellyanne Conway's husband in response to a prayer circle in the White House.
"He meant 'well.' I don't do cover-ups well," responded one Twitter wit.
The president's former fixer told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos he gave "loyalty to someone who, truthfully, does not deserve loyalty."
"This is a very serious problem for Donald Trump," says Stormy Daniels' attorney.
The former Playboy model also says in the complaint that the major Republican donor thought Donald Trump was "an idiot."
Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti claims Donald Trump paid three more women “hush money” prior to the 2016 presidential election.
Asked if he had evidence that the women had relationships with Trump, Avenatti said: “Yes.”
The former Playmate received $20,000 more than the porn star.
Millions of dollars flowed into a dummy corporation used by Michael Cohen to pay for a porn star's silence.
Now he says that while the president reimbursed Michael Cohen for the payment, he didn't know what it was for.