Apparently Donald Trump spent a lot of time in locker rooms — he can’t stop talking about them. While he claims the lewd comments he made about women in 2005 were okay because they were just ‘locker room talk,’ he used that phrase to also label something he did not allow in his board room on ‘The Celebrity Apprentice.’ Just watch below.
In a video that has just resurfaced from The Celebrity Apprentice in 2010, Donald Trump yells at pro wrestler Maria Kanellis for using the word “crap” in the boardroom, something that was not acceptable in his eyes. She was speaking to contestant Curtis Stone for using the women’s bathroom, saying “The reason why I said you were so arrogant was because you came in our dressing room and you took a crap and left the stench in the room.”
Trump didn’t like the “disgusting” comment, calling it “a little below the belt,” and ultimately he delivered the line that seems now too familiar. “This is my boardroom, it’s not a locker room. Maria you’re fired.”
Donald Trump in 2010: “This is my boardroom. It's not a locker room. Maria, you’re fired.” ¯_(ツ)_/¯ pic.twitter.com/UlsP9Xjg7F
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) October 10, 2016
The clip was posted on Oct. 10 to The Daily Show‘s Twitter page just to remind people that he’s been using the “locker room talk” line for quite some time, and apparently many things fall under it. That’s the term Trump continues to use defending his vile comments used with Billy Bush in 2005, in a recently resurfaced video; he speaks about being able to kiss women whenever he wants because he’s a celebrity, saying he can even “grab them by the p-ssy” if he wants.
During the presidential debate on October 9, he brushed off the degrading comments that took place 11 years, ago, saying, “I’m not proud of it. I apologize to my family. I apologize to the American people. Certainly I’m not proud of it. But this is locker-room talk,” he said.
As SNL joked, “what locker room? Penn State?” Welp!