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How Did The National Enquirer Obtain Jeff Bezos' Texts?03:44
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is accusing the David J. Pecker, publisher of National Enquirer, the nations leading supermarket tabloid, of extortion and blackmail. (Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is accusing the David J. Pecker, publisher of National Enquirer, the nations leading supermarket tabloid, of extortion and blackmail. (Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)
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The publisher of the National Enquirer paid $200,000 to obtain sexually explicit text messages and photos that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos sent to a woman he was having an affair with. The Wall Street Journal reports it was the woman's brother who sold the content to American Media LLC. Here & Now's Peter O' Dowd speaks with MSNBC's Ali Velshi (@AliVelshi), co-host of "Velshi & Ruhle," about the new developments in this public feud.

This segment aired on March 19, 2019.

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