Larry Flynt, the founder of Hustler Magazine, has had it with President Donald Trump. A full-page ad sponsored by Flynt was published in the Washington Post on Sunday offering $10 million for dirt on the Republican President. Flynt, owner of the Hustler Casino in California and poker enthusiast, thinks that Trump is not fit for the most powerful office in the country and should be impeached.
Inside the ad cites a number of issues that are not helpful for the United States - including the potential nuclear war with North Korea.
Reports say that this is not an unusual move by the 74-year old Flynt as he has thrown money before in order to get a politician out of office. Apparently, one of his newspaper ads, as per a report from CNN, has led to the resignation of a Republican Congressman in the late 1990s.
"I do not expect any of Trump's billionaire cronies to rat him out, but I am confident that there are many people in the know for whom $10 million is a lot of money," Flynt wrote in the anti-Trump ad.
"Just because you pay for information doesn't mean it's not good. Make no mistake, I fully intend to pay the entire sum. Sure, I could use that $10 million for luxuries or further my businesses, but would good would that do in a world devastated by the most powerful moron in history?"
Flynt's use of the word "moron" is in line with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson calling Trump "a f-cking moron" after a foreign policy meeting.
Larry Flynt also owns Hustler Casino, through his El Dorado Enterprises holding company. The casino has been operating since June 2000 and is located in Gardena, California, 15 miles south of Downtown Los Angeles.
Since 1997, Flynt has hosted ‘the biggest seven-card stud game in the world', the game started at Flynt's home and then moved to his casino when it opened. As of 2007, the minimum buy-in is $200K, with $1000 antes and stakes of $2000-$4000. Unlike most high-stakes ring games that occur in a private room, Flynt's game is held in a corner of the casino's main poker room floor. Regulars at the table include Chip Reese (before his death), Barry Greenstein, Ted Forrest, and Phil Ivey.