Karen McDougal

The Federal Election Commission said the tabloid "knowingly and willfully" broke the law when it bought model Karen McDougal's story.
McDougal said she had an affair with Trump and received hush money payments, but Tucker Carlson called it "a classic case of extortion."
The president's former "fixer" suggested Trump apologize for his "dirty deeds" to Karen McDougal and Stormy Daniels.
He doesn't mention the investigative team's miss on Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.
Trump, his then-attorney Michael Cohen and the publisher of the National Enquirer met to discuss payments to two women in 2015, according to multiple reports.
"This is a very serious problem for Donald Trump," says Stormy Daniels' attorney.
"Get it done," Trump said of making the payments, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
White house reporters confront Sarah Huckabee Sanders with inconsistencies in Trump’s involvement in payments made to silence Karen McDougal and Stormy Daniels.
Trump tried to get himself out of trouble. But what he said in a new interview could put him in jeopardy.
While pleading guilty in open court, President Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen said he violated campaign finance laws at the direction of the president, making payments to Karen McDougal and Stormy Daniels in order to influence the 2016 presidential election.
The former Playmate received $20,000 more than the porn star.
The recording, which was apparently about a hush money payment, was recorded by Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen.
Cohen’s attorney Lanny Davis told CNN that the president can be heard asking to pay with cash, presumably for the former Playboy model's story.
In the recording, Trump discussed a payment he supposedly knew nothing about.
The New York Times reports that the recording, regarding payments to Karen McDougal, has been seized by the FBI.
The former Playboy model will be featured in September's Men's Journal and will publish a series of fitness columns as a part of the settlement.
In 2013, President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen convinced tabloid Us Weekly not to run a story exposing the affair between the president’s son, Don Jr., and ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ contestant Aubrey O’Day.
The office and hotel room of Trump's personal attorney were raided on Monday.