Donald Trump didn’t use protection during dozens of extra-martial romps with a Playboy playmate mistress because he didn’t like them, she claimed Thursday.
Karen McDougal made the eye-popping claim during an interview with Anderson Cooper Friday, after claiming she and Trump had sex ‘many dozens’ of times behind Melania Trump’s back.
Asked if the couple had ever used protection, Karen indicated they hadn’t, adding: ‘We talked about it.
‘Right beforehand, he was starting to (use protection) and then he said ‘I don’t like these things.’
The affair, which Trump denies, is said to have begun in 2006 – after Trump had married Melania, and shortly after the birth of his son Barron.
But Karen claimed she was going to partly spare the president’s dignity after revealing she didn’t have any intimate photos, texts or paperwork communication with Trump.
Karen explained: ‘Let me just say this. If you’re in a loving relationship, do you try and (gather) evidence?’
Karen said she dumped Trump because she felt guilty about being the other woman, and claimed she thought Melania ‘maybe’ knew about the affair, after hearing the Trumps had argued after her first and only encounter with the now-FLOTUS.
She explained: ‘I was just feeling so guilty. It was just digging inside me. I just started feeling so bad about myself.’
Karen’s story was bought for the company which owns the National Enquirer for $150,000 in 2016. They never published it, amid claims the pro-Trump title did so to protect the prospective president’s election campaign.