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Tabloid at center of Trump, Bezos controversies to be sold

Bangkok Post Friday, 19 April 2019 ()
NEW YORK - The National Enquirer, a tabloid enmeshed in scandals over the payment of hush money on Donald Trump's behalf and the leak of private messages from Amazon's Jeff Bezos, is being sold to a private investor, the publisher said Thursday.
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