When does it stop? A resurfaced interview shows Donald Trump bragging about treating women badly. During a sit-down chat with Howard Stern, the Republican nominee even goes as far as to agree that ladies ‘like it.’ See the shocking clip here.
It’s only been one day since a bombshell tape made it’s rounds, featuring Donald Trump, 70, making lewd and misogynistic remarks about women. Now, another vintage tape has been discovered showing the Republican nominee agreeing with Howard Stern that ladies “like” being “treated badly” by men. After going back and forth, the radio host asserted that ideal was true by saying, “Yes, so the more they think you’re desirable the more they will go for you.” To which Donald shockingly responds, “There’s something to that — it’s sick isn’t it.” Sheesh.
All anyone can talk about is the 2005 audiotape that was released on Oct. 7, showing Donald talking with then Access Hollywood host Billy Bush, 44, saying, “when you’re a star they let you do it. Grab them by the p***y. You can do anything.”
Donald can also be heard discussing how he tried sleeping with entertainment host Nancy O’Dell, who denied his sexual advances. Since it’s release, many stars and politicians have come forward to diss his language towards women. Robert De Niro filmed himself ranting about Donald’s unacceptable language, while Paul Ryan even cancelled their first joint campaign together.
Donald did eventually make a formal statement, claiming it was all a “distraction” to bigger issues. Despite the controversy, he’s not backing out of the race. Many fans were shocked when Melania Trump finally revealed her thoughts on the matter, condemning her husband’s language. She added, “The words my husband used are unacceptable and offensive to me. This does not represent the man that I know. He has the heart and mind of a leader. I hope people will accept his apology, as I have, and focus on the important issues facing out nation and the world.”
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