Owner Has Been Unable To Land A Buyer For 'The National Enquirer,' Report Says

The National Enquirer, the tabloid at the center of testimony last week in former President Donald J. Trump’s hush money trial, remains for sale after two attempts to unload it, according to The New York Times. 

Owner A360Media announced it had a deal with VVIP Ventures in February 2023, but that fell through. In April 2019, the Washington Post reported that the Enquirer was being sold to James Cohen, CEO of Hudson News, for $100 million. But that, too, was never completed.  

At present, the Enquirer is in the hands of A360 Media, although the company does not list the title on its website. 

David Pecker, the former publisher of the Enquirer,testified that the paper worked with the Trump campaign to “catch and kill” stories that could damage candidate Trump. 

The Enquirer, which published a picture of Elvis Presley in his coffin, was started in 1926, according to the Times.  



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