Trump most favorite read is the National Enquirer? Source of your information on this?
I was being sarcastic, Antiquity, but it wasn't hard to find.
"Trump’s cozy relationship with publication may flow from his longtime friendship with David Pecker, CEO of American Media Inc, parent company of the Enquirer and RadarOnline.
In August, the New York Daily News reported that the Enquirer wasn’t going to dig deeply into Trump because of his relationship with Pecker. New York magazine noted Trump’s “alliance” with the Enquirer in October, and reported that the real estate mogul’s campaign was behind the Enquirer’s October story on Carson, who was then Trump’s top rival. The Trump campaign at the time denied it was the source.
Pecker, meanwhile, has been silent about his relationship with Trump. An American Media spokesman said Pecker was not available for an interview."
Donald Trump Boosts The National Enquirer As Likely Showdown With Hillary Clinton Looms
But for people like me who enjoying laughing at the National Enquirer I loved this part:
"In late September, the National Enquirer reported
that Clinton was desperately sick, quoting sources who said “she’ll be dead in six months.”Clinton outlived the anonymous sources’ prognosis, but the likely Democratic presidential nominee can expect similarly dire headlines over the next six months, given the Enquirer’s record of attacking rivals of presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Trump on Wednesday praised the Enquirer, which had most recently linked
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s father, Rafael, to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The national media ignored the bizarre JFK plot story
for two weeks before Trump injected it into the news cycle
Tuesday morning on Fox News, just as Indiana voters headed to the polls. And he kept defending the story, even after Cruz dropped out of the race.
“All I did was refer to it,” Trump said
on ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Wednesday. “I’m just referring to an article that appeared. It has nothing to do with me. The National Enquirer gave you John Edwards. It gave you O.J. Simpson. It gave you many, many things. I mean, you can’t knock the National Enquirer. It’s brought many things to light.”
The Republican nominee’s fondness for the Enquirer makes sense, given the publication’s kid-glove treatment of him this election cycle with stories such as, “Donald Trump: The Man Behind The Legend!”
The legend. You have to laugh. The man behind the greasepaint and fright wig, perhaps.
Pecker and Donald are long time friends. Donald is in touch with the Pecker. That's more sarcasm, Antiquity. Actually just laughing at the clown.