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This Porn Mogul Is Offering $10m To Aid Trump's Downfall

This Porn Mogul Is Offering $10m To Aid Trump's Downfall

The offer appears in today's Washington Post as a full page ad.

Fox Business' Liz Claman obtained a picture of a full-page ad that will run in Sunday's edition Washington Post.

Hustler founder Larry Flynt is offering a $10 million reward for anybody who comes forward with information that will get Donald Trump impeached and removed from office.

In this Sunday's advert, a feeble Larry Flynt asks for any "smoking gun" that is fit to publish and drives President Trump from office. So, to capitalize on the anti-Trump hysteria, Flynt is offering cold hard cash for anyone who steps forward with information that could ignite a scandal that would bring down Trump. To succeed, impeachment requires unimpeachable evidence.

The bottom of the ad contains a charge-free telephone hotline and an email address, and Flynt told the Post in a telephone interview that he expected to receive information in just a few days. "Generally, if the ads are not illegal or advocating illegal actions, we try not to place limits on speech or content".

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"Impeachment would be a messy, contentious affair, but the alternative - three more years of destabilizing dysfunction - is worse", the ad reads. "I don't think you can live as recklessly as Trump has for 30 years and not leave some baggage along the way".

This isn't the first time that Flynt has tried this method though it's the first time he's offered $10 million for info.

In 1998, he donated $1 million to anyone who could prove sexual indiscretions by members of Congress, which reportedly led to the resignation of Republican Congressman Bob Livingston. The Hustler magazine founder said he could not think of "something more patriotic" than getting the U.S. president out of office as the world is being "devastated by the most powerful moron in history".

Looking past high crimes and misdemeanors needed to impeach, Flynt points to the firing of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and Trump's response to the violence seen earlier this year in Charlottesville, Va., as reasons to remove the president. Last year, he also offered a $1 million prize for anyone who gave him info on former Louisiana Rep.

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