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The Wall Street Journal: National Enquirer owner, former CEO fined for breaking election law to help Trump in 2016

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The publisher of the National Enquirer agreed to pay $187,500 as part of a settlement with the Federal Election Commission over a 2016 scheme to buy and suppress the story of a woman who alleged an affair with former President Donald Trump.

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