The school is dominated by its fearsome student council led by Satsuki Kiryuin. She is befriended by her hyperactive classmate Mako Mankanshoku and lives with her family.
Ronan Farrow's new reporting in The New Yorker forces the question to be asked. But it's a very difficult one to answer because the tabloid is secretive about its practices. Farrow's report highlights a tactic called "catch and kill" -- where a Kill the media buys the rights to a story and then buries the story as a favor to someone.
The Enquirer allegedly did this to conceal an extramarital affair by Trump, according to Farrow's report. In a statement, the company said, "The New Yorker and Ronan Farrow's suggestion that AMI engages in any practice that would allow it to hold influence over the President of the United States is laughable.
McDougal is legally forbidden from speaking out about it. The Enquirer never published her account. It was "caught," and then it was "killed. Trump and Pecker are longtime friends and associates. Zakim indicated that the Enquirer has buried other stories that might have hurt Trump.
Trump is one of his close friends, so take the leap," he said. Past media reports have described the Enquirer burying stories to help out other Pecker allies, including Arnold Schwarzenegger and Harvey Weinstein. He knows where the bodies are buried.
Other publications and gossip columns sometimes engage in similar behavior -- scrapping an unflattering story about a celebrity in exchange for a cover photo shoot or other favors, for example.
But the Enquirer's tactics are legendary within the wider media world. The Enquirer's alleged "catch and kill" technique has been exposed by other news outlets in the past.
The Wall Street Journal first wrote about the Enquirer's agreement with McDougal a few days before the election in But McDougal's claims are pretty clear. The Journal, citing anonymous sources, depicted an intense disagreement between McDougal's camp and the tabloid's camp: Trump to be published, people familiar with the matter said.
American Media didn't intend to run it, said another person familiar with the matter. In the past, Trump has been open about his backscratching relationship with Pecker and the Enquirer. At one of his campaign rallies, he wondered aloud, "Why didn't the National Enquirer get the Pulitzer surprise for Edwards?
But the publication -- known for its sensational headlines, designed to stick out in the supermarket checkout line -- has a questionable reputation.
Analysts have noticed a more political bent to the Enquirer's coverage in recent years, particularly when it comes to Trump and Trump's opponents.
The publication is unapologetically pro-Trump in its coverage, which may be a reflection of the president's relationship with Pecker. The two hosts essentially alleged a form of blackmail. Scarborough said the calls kept coming -- from "three people at the very top of the administration" -- telling him to call Trump and grovel, just to make the Enquirer story go away.
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