‘Penthouse’ Offers Up to $1 Million for Trump’s Golden Shower Tape

‘Penthouse’ Offers Up to $1 Million for Trump’s Golden Shower Tape

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Smut mag Penthouse has offered a bounty of up to $1 million for exclusive rights to a video showing Trump receiving a “golden shower” from Russian prostitutes.

The offer refers to a tape mentioned in an unverified CIA memo—a memo which Trump vehemently insists is false:

In a letter to The Wrap, Penthouse CEO Kelly Holland wrote:

We, along with the rest of the free world, are intrigued by the report alleging President-Elect Donald Trump employed sex workers to perform a “golden showers” show in the presidential suite of the Ritz Carlton hotel in Moscow.

However, while many media outlets are content running a story based on conjecture and rumor, we at Penthouse are committed to the value of getting the story right rather than getting it first. So we are offering up to $1-million to secure exclusive rights to the FSB tapes documenting Trump’s Russian hotel hijinks. After all, seeing is believing.

Penthouse Magazine has a rich history of celebrating people’s differences, fetishes and sexual preferences. We have also made great steps educating the public on the difference in having wild kinky fun versus engaging in risky or damaging behavior. We are comfortable giving our president-elect the benefit of the doubt, but if this footage exists, we the people deserve to know the truth.

If, as the memo alleges, the Russians are holding the Trump piss tape in order to blackmail him into doing their bidding, then Penthouse’s offer is intensely patriotic. It frees the president-elect from foreign influence. So thank you, Penthouse, for your service to our country.

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