Just in case you needed a reminder that the Donald Trump presidential campaign may, in fact, be the most disturbing thing to happen to the United States in a long, long time, the Daily Mail is ready to help you out.
The Daily Mail has publicized an interview where Donald says some disturbing things (to put it lightly) about his then-newborn daughter, Tiffany.
Donald and his then-wife, Marla Maples, were interviewed on the television program Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous back in 1994. The interviewer innocently asked the Trumps about what resemblance to themselves they saw in their newborn daughter — and that’s when the interview gets weird.
The Daily Mail reports what happened next:
‘Well, I think that she’s got a lot of Marla,’ Trump said. ‘She’s a really beautiful baby, and she’s got Marla’s legs.’ Then Trump motions to his chest and adds, ‘We don’t know whether she’s got this part yet, but time will tell.’
That’s just disturbing. Donald Trump, when asked about the appearance of his newborn daughter, immediately mentioned her breasts.
That, of course, is the same mindset that Trump still employs, having disturbingly focused on the bodies of women who have come in contact with his campaign since his well-publicized feud with Fox host. Megyn Kelly, when he said that she looked like she had “blood coming out of her wherever.”
Tiffany gave a rare public appearance at the 2016 Republican National Convention, speaking about her father from a “personal perspective” for just under six minutes. Besides that appearance, Tiffany has largely stayed well out of the spotlight cast upon her family by her father’s presidential campaign.
Tiffany isn’t even the only one of his daughters that Trump has made off-putting and frankly disturbing comments about. Donald has been recorded to have twice “complimented” his daughter Ivanka’s appearance, saying both times that if he “wasn’t her father,” then he would be “dating her.”
As is well known already, voters are mostly well aware of the disturbingly twisted and dark side of the man put forth as a legitimate presidential candidate by the Republican Party, and voters are not interested in the slightest in actually letting this man get anywhere near the White House.
Trump has a well under 10 percent chance of winning the presidency were the election to be held today.
Watch the clip in question below, via The Daily Mail.
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