Donald Trump, cherisher of women.
It’s no secret that Donald Trump doesn’t really appeal to women, and if you look at the way he talks about them, it’s easy to see why. He’s called at least one of them (Rosie O’Donnell) charming names such as “fat pig,” dog,” slob,” and “disgusting animals,” and although his campaign has tried to gloss over these facts by referring to the number of women Trump has hired to help run his business, the GOP nominee’s past keeps coming back to bite him.
This time, transcripts from his radio show, Trumped!, which ran from June 2004 to 2008 have come to light, and they’re just as damning as pretty much every aspect of Trump’s pre-political past. In various episodes of the daily 90-second program that he called the “biggest launch in radio history,” Trump talked about sex, affairs, and how much he loved Hillary Clinton.
“Sex is the most fun of all,” he said during a March 2005 episode. “Now there’s a topic I know a lot about … sexy women. They’ve caused me a lot of trouble.”
He also made frequent references to infidelity and affairs, in one case joking that “70 percent of Britons said infidelity can be forgiven. I guess I haven’t gone out with very many British women.” Two months after he married Melania, his third wife, Trump sympathized with a Boeing executive who was fired for having an affair: