The New York Club magazine is publishing an article on Donald Trump’s sexual misconduct allegations against several women, with the cover featuring an image of Trump’s face and an endorsement of his presidential campaign.
The magazine, which covers the New York area, is launching a campaign to support the president in 2020.
The cover was designed by a New York artist, and a small illustration of Trump is embedded in the back cover.
The article, which will run in the club’s July issue, features the images of Trump and the cover design.
The image of the face on the cover was chosen by the editor in chief, Daniel Dettman.
“This cover is a reminder that America’s club is an institution built on trust,” Dettmann said in a statement.
“As the club continues to be a forum for dialogue and debate, this cover is meant to remind readers that Trump is not above the law and is entitled to the protection of the law.”
The article is entitled “Why the New Yorker Should Stop Supporting Trump.”
The magazine is also publishing an op-ed piece by former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani that calls on the magazine to stop publishing articles about Trump.
The op-e will be published this week.
“Trump is a bully,” Giuliani said in the op-eds.
“He has been for years, he’s a bully and he will continue to be.”
“I will never be in a position to defend a person who is guilty of sexual assault.
I don’t believe in protecting people who have committed sexual assault,” Giuliani added.
In an interview with MSNBC on Wednesday, Trump said that “I don’t think there’s a place for that kind of thing in my book.”
“No place in my books, and that’s why, because I don of course apologize for it,” Trump said.
“I’ve said it, and I’ve said things about it and I apologize for that.”
The Trump campaign has also been criticized for publishing an interview that included the audio of a woman who accused Trump of groping her.
The Trump Organization released a statement Wednesday afternoon saying that the tape was edited to remove audio that was not in the context of the conversation.
The statement said that Trump “was never sexually assaulted by anyone in his life,” but the statement noted that “a woman has made allegations of similar behavior against Trump in the past.”
Trump has been under scrutiny for his own sexual misconduct over the years, including a New Yorker article published in 2017 that included an excerpt from the president’s 1992 book, “The Art of the Deal.”
The woman, a former Miss Universe winner named Alicia Machado, detailed Trump’s behavior and said that he made unwanted sexual advances toward her during a 1997 meeting in New York.
The New Yorker reported that the book was written with a writer named Jeffrey Toobin, who was subsequently fired from The New Republic.
The Times has said that Toobin did not report the story to the Times when it was first published.
In the article, Toobin describes a phone call between Trump and then-first lady Barbara Bush, in which Trump bragged about his wealth and his power.
“Donald, I’m really rich,” Trump says.
“Barbara, you’re married to Donald,” Bush says.
Trump also allegedly told the woman that she could “do anything” if she would “come out” to him.
In a statement issued late Wednesday, the Times said that it was not aware of the incident.
“We are investigating this story and we will make the decision on when to publish it,” the statement said.
The publication also released an apology for a previous story that reported on a former Trump adviser who said the president groped her in the Oval Office.
The story included a quote from an unnamed former White House aide who said Trump had kissed her inappropriately.
Trump has denied the allegations.
The woman who filed the sexual misconduct complaint against Trump did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The president’s team released a list of supporters who have donated to the Republican Party in recent months, but the New Republic, the New England Journal of Medicine and the American Association of Neurological Surgeons have said that the allegations against Trump are “false.”