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Pornographer Larry Flynt offers $1 million for any scandalous Trump tapes

 (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times)
(Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times)

Pornographer Larry Flynt announced Monday that he would pay up to $1 million for video or audio recordings of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump engaged in illegal behavior or acting in a sexually demeaning manner toward women.

“I have always celebrated women. Women in all shapes and sizes,” the publisher of Hustler magazine said in a statement. “To treat a woman like Mr. Trump himself has is both disappointing and unbelievable, especially coming from someone who wants to be our president.”

Flynt has also come under fire for exploiting and degrading women through his magazine and online site, which carry explicit pictures of naked women.

Flynt's effort comes shortly after the emergence of a 2005 recording of Trump using vulgar language to describe women and saying he could kiss them and grope them because of his celebrity. Trump has dismissed his words as “locker room talk” and denied acting in a sexually aggressive manner, leading several women to come out publicly with allegations of sexual misconduct by Trump. He has denied their accusations.

Flynt, a Democrat, has a history of offering to pay for evidence of politicians’ misdeeds. During the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton, Flynt made such an offer and received information about extramarital affairs from Rep. Bob Livingston. The Louisiana Republican, then slated to be the next House Speaker, responded by resigning from Congress.

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