New Times Fake News? Spy Trains Female Reporter to Perform Beauty Ploy to Expose Trump Traitor

Former U.S. President Donald Trump has been rumored to be at odds with his subordinates during his presidency, and often leaked to the media by officials around him. Erik Prince, the founder of the Trump-friendly Blackwater security company (Blackwater, now known as Academi), is rumored to have hired former MI6 agents to train women to play beauty tricks on officials suspected of being disloyal to Trump.

The Times quoted the New York Times as saying that Richard Seddon, a former MI6 agent, was hired by Prince, a trainer for the conservative watchdog group Project Veritas, to train women to perform beauty ploys, targeting women who had served as national security advisers in the Trump administration. The targets included H.R. McMaster, who served as national security adviser in the Trump administration, as well as the FBI, Justice Department and State Department personnel.

The report said McMaster became the target of a beauty ploy after the online media Buzzfeed revealed in 2017 that he had privately criticized Trump as a “moron” and a “kindergarten student. Selden reportedly hired Texas journalist Tarah Price for $10,000 to set up a scheme at an Italian restaurant in Washington, D.C., to get her to speak out against Trump in front of hidden cameras.

But the beauty scheme was too late to implement, McMaster has resigned in 2018, and the plan was shelved.

However, the dismissal of Justice Department Assistant Attorney General Allison Hrabar was allegedly the result of the Truth Project, which secretly filmed him saying he “would resist all instructions from within.

No word on whether Trump knew about the operation

“Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe denied any role in the set-up against McMaster, describing the New Times report as slanderous. It is not known whether Trump himself was aware of the operation.

In addition, the Truth Project has been accused of having a safe house in Georgetown, D.C., where the operation was planned, but it was reality TV star Anna Khait who lived there. She posted on twitter in response to the report that it was not a beauty ploy, but a fake news report by New Times, and that it was hard to understand that a real investigative report was really needed before reporting.