‘Penthouse’ Magazine Makes A $1 Million Announcement That Puts A Bounty On Trump’s Head

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Penthouse magazine is offering a nice payday to someone willing to produce the supposed video evidence of former reality TV star Donald Trump in a compromising position. The video was alluded to exist in the supposed memos of a former British spy.

Penthouse promised a payment of $1 million for anyone who can provide the video that allegedly exists and was recorded by Russian intelligence agencies when the president-elect visited Moscow. So far, there is no evidence that the recording exists.

It was reported Tuesday by CNN that both Donald Trump and President Barack Obama were briefed by intelligence officials in regard to claims made that Russian spies had obtained compromising personal and financial information about Trump. These claims, published by BuzzFeed, originated from a former spy’s dossier, although many journalists have been critical of BuzzFeed’s publicizing them, as the information had been previously reported and has yet to be verified.

When it comes to the information, including claims that a video exists, Nick Baumann, of The Huffington Post says:

‘There’s still no compelling public evidence that the claims are true.’

Softcore porn magazine, Penthouse, is still holding out hope that the claims were true. One of the more compromising claims is that Trump hired “a number of prostitutes to perform a ‘a golden showers’ (urination) show in front of him” while on a trip to the Russian city of Moscow.

According to the report, the alleged incident happened at a hotel that is well known for being under surveillance by the Russian government’s intelligence “with microphones and concealed cameras in all the main rooms to record anything they wanted.”

The former reality TV star turned president-elect flew into angry Twitter after the story broke on Tuesday, condemning the article as “fake news” and “a total political witch hunt.” He then decided to share a link to a an article, published by the website LifeZette — a website known for relying on fake news, criticizing BuzzFeed.

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