Pervert Trump Busted Making Crude ‘Pussy’ Comment To Reporter Like A Creep

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Abraham Lincoln will always be remembered for the Gettysburg Address, Franklin D. Roosevelt for The New Deal, and Barack Obama for “Yes, we can.” Donald Trump will always be remembered for these infamous words:

‘I moved on her like a b*tch. But I couldn’t get there. And she was married…You know, I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it….Grab ’em by the p*ssy. You can do anything.’

Just as Trump began asserting a year after those tapes went public that they may not be legitimate and his resulting apology for confessing to sexual assault wasn’t real, yet another report has been released of Trump making similar disgusting comments to reporter Michael Corcoran during an interview for Maximum Golf magazine.

According to the Daily Beast, Trump pointed to a woman at his Mar-a-Lago club and told the reporter:

‘There is nothing in the world like first-rate pussy.’

Corcoran says he was forbidden by one of the top editors for the publication, but both Corcoran and a second journalist present at the time confirmed that these were Trump’s words. Corcoran tried to insist that the quote be included accurately, but the magazine changed the word from “p*ssy” to “talent.”

The White House has refused to comment on the story.

Trump has a well-documented history of misogyny, and much of that history comes from video and audio recordings as well as interviews with Trump himself making disgusting comments.

‘[Women]. You have to treat ’em like sh*t.’

After being exposed in October of 2016 by the Access Hollywood tapes, women came forward to confirm that his words were true, he had grabbed them, assaulted them, kissed them without consent, and sexually harassed them. Trump responded by saying the women were too ugly to sexually assault and threatening to sue his accusers.

In light of his history, the story by the Maximum Golf magazine story is utterly believable. What else would a man who told Esquire magazine that “it doesn’t really matter what [the media] write as long as you’ve got a young and beautiful piece of ass,” would diminish a woman to nothing more than an object for Trump to comment on, size up, and rate according to his own personal desire to have sex with her.

At a time when reports of sexual assault allegations have come in almost daily shockwaves, Trump has enjoyed attacking any critic of him as president who has been accused. Al Franken and Matt Lauer were even worthy of some gleeful tweets about their alleged actions, while Trump contines to take no responsibility for his own actions or address those women who have come forward against him. He has also refused to denounce GOP candidate for U.S. Senate Roy Moore after nine women came forward to accuse him of having improper sexual contact with them when they were underage.

No one expects Trump to have any sort of even or sane response to the story by the Daily Beast, but it’s long past time that his supporters acknowledged that Trump is a misogynist and not a man who needs to make decisions affecting millions of sexual assault survivors across the country as president.

Featured image via Getty/Justin Merriman

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