Continues the supposed romances of Trump, now one of his exponents apologizes to Melania

President Donald Trump's scandals continue, following statements by former Playboy model Karen McDougal, who claims she had an affair with the current president of the United States.

This statement was made by the ex-model to CNN and was also confirmed by the BBC newspaper, McDougal said he would tell the first lady that he was sorry about the alleged 10-month affair and that he "wouldn't want it done to me".

She also said she cried on her way home after Mr. Trump offered her money during her first meeting.

Donald Trump, has categorically denied his alleged affair with the ex-baby Playboy.

"Now that I look back, I can say that what I did was wrong," he said in an emotional plea. "I'm so sorry. I know it's not right for you to do this."

McDougal also signed a $150,000 deal to tell his story exclusively to the National Enquirer tabloid in 2016.

However, this is not the only scandal involving the president of the United States, and McDougal is one of three women who have filed lawsuits for sexual assault involving the president.

In addition to McDougan, his alleged relationship with porn star Stormy Daniels, who claims to have had sex with Trump, has also come to light, lasting several months in 2006.

Daniels has indicated that Mr. Trump's attorney paid him $130,000 to remain silent on the matter just before the 2016 election.

In addition to these scandals, Daniels has now filed a lawsuit to terminate the agreement, which his lawyer says he was physically threatened to accept.

To confirm her allegations, Daniels took a polygraph test from the CBS News interview and concluded that she had been "truthful" in her account.

The president has denied any sexual relationship with the actress.

Her lawyers are suing Ms. Daniels for $20 million for breach of confidentiality.
Summer Zervos, a former contestant in The Apprentice, was one of several women who made allegations of sexual misconduct against Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential race.

She accuses Mr. Trump of sexually assaulting her in a Beverly Hills hotel in 2007.

Ms. Zervos says he groped her and "started pushing her genitals" during a meeting to discuss employment opportunities. This is what the BBC lines in London say.

Donald Trump continues, rejecting the accusations against him and said that Zervos and other accusers were "sick" and moved by fame, money or politics.

A New York judge has overturned that decision, meaning that Ms. Zervos' case against the president will continue.

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