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Former Fox News Reporter Wants NDA Lifted Over Trump's Hush Money Payments

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Former Fox News Reporter Wants NDA Lifted Over Trump's Hush Money Payments

Former Fox News Reporter Wants NDA Lifted Over Trump's Hush Money Payments

Former Fox News reporter Diana Falzone was allegedly shut down when she tried to report on President Donald Trump's payments to Stormy Daniels.

Now, Business Insider reports Falzone is calling for Fox to lift the non-disclosure agreement it has with her.

She alleges former Fox News editor Ken LaCort told her, "Good reporting, kiddo.

But Rupert wants Donald Trump to win.

So just let it go." LaCort has since left the network, and has denied saying this.

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