David Pecker Steps Down From Postmedia
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David Pecker Steps Down From Postmedia
Key player in Donald Trump hush-money scheme has left the board of Canada's largest newspaper company

David Pecker, the controversial head of the National Enquirer who purchased damaging stories about then-candidate Donald Trump for the reported purpose of locking them up in a literal safe, has resigned from the board of Canada’s largest newspaper company, Postmedia said in a statement.

“David noted that it is important for him to focus his efforts on ensuring that his businesses are best positioned for continued growth,” Peter Sharpe, the board’s lead director said.

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