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Donald Trump and Karen McDougal, a Playboy playmate he tried to pay after having sex with her, according to her account. (Photo: Instagram)

Donald Trump’s alleged “pee tape” is back in the news thanks to James Comey’s new book. The former FBI director details a bizarre conversation with the president, who may have been getting some push back about the tape from First Lady
Melania Trump.

Trump asked Comey to unleash the full-force of the nation’s top investigative agency on the matter so he could re-assure Melania that it never happened.

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Donald Trump makes headlines. (Photo: NYDN)

You may recall, the allegation was one of the more salacious in the “Steele Dossier,” a collection of intelligence reports by a former British spy Christopher Steele.

The former British MI6 agent, who was considered highly credible by our own intelligence agencies, said the Russians had compromising information on Trump that could be used to blackmail him.

The report states that Trump was videotaped inviting two Russian prostitutes to pee on the bed in a room at the Moscow Ritz-Carlton where President Obama and wife Michelle stayed during a Kremlin visit.

“I honestly never thought this words would come out of my mouth, but I don’t know whether the current president of the United States was with prostitutes peeing on each other in Moscow in 2013,” Comey told ABC in an exclusive interview that will air on Sunday (Apr. 15). “It’s possible, but I don’t know.”

‘Do I look like a guy who needs hookers?’” Comey said the president replied.

Whoa! Stop right there.

Does the president look like a guy who needs hookers? Hell, yes, according to the porn star and Playboy playmate who claim to have slept with him.

Karen McDougal, the playmate who said she had a 10-month affair with Trump in 2006-07, claimed that Trump tried to pay her after their first sexual encounter.

Trump was allegedly on the prowl for more than just prostitutes during his 2013 visit to Moscow. A Hungarian beauty queen says the married Trump gave her his business card and private phone number before inviting her to his hotel suite. She blew him off, but kept the business card, she says.

Yikes! There may be more to the “pee tape” than we know.

Comey writes in his soon-to-be-released book, “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership,” that Trump repeatedly denied but also seemed obsessed by the allegations. In multiple conversations with his FBI chief, Trump asked the FBI chief to investigate the allegation to prove it was false.

If that’s not bad enough, a new allegation surfaced about the president yesterday. Apparently, he was allegedly banging the hired help in Trump tower and possibly fathered a child out of the tryst.

The allegation comes from a former Trump Tower doorman. While the claim has been questioned, what we do know is The National Enquirer paid him $30,000 for his story before the 2016 election and promptly spiked it. The NDA he signed with the publication carried a hefty $1 million penalty if he repeated the story anywhere else.

David Pecker, a close friend of Trump’s, runs American Media, which publishes The Enquirer. He also paid $150,000 to “catch and kill” McDougal’s story again, just before the election.

Needless to say, late night comedians were going all in on the new allegations. Check out the videos below.