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The New York estate built a century ago by a daughter of slaves who made her fortune selling hair care products for black women has been purchased by an organization founded by the owner of Essence magazine. The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced Thursday that Madam C.J. Walker's century-old Italianate villa-style mansion in New York City's northern suburbs was recently bought by the New Voices Foundation, started by Richelieu Dennis, founder of a skin and hair care products company. Walker was born Sarah Breedlove in Louisiana in 1867 to former slaves.
Michael Cohen, David Pecker, and Allen Weisselberg have served all as Trump fixers, and now all three are in a position to provide valuable information to federal authorities.