Throughout his career — not just as a wannabe politician, but also as a real estate mogul and entertainer — alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump has proven that he has no qualms about calling women demeaning names.
The GOP nominee called Rosie O’Donnell “fat,” “ugly,” and a “slob,” and he called former Miss Universe Alicia Machado “Miss Piggy” and “Miss Housekeeping.” He also called former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice a “bitch” during a speech at the Learning Annex in 2006.
‘Condoleezza Rice, she’s a lovely woman, but I think she’s a bitch. She goes around to other countries and other nations, negotiates with their leaders, comes back and nothing ever happens.’
Deadspin brought up alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump’s remarks in an article published on Tuesday, and CNN’s KFile was tipped off to the story at the same time. KFile also managed to get a response from Rice about the GOP nominee’s comments.
Rice told KFile in an email:
‘Exactly. Can’t wait until November 9!’
This isn’t the first time that Rice has shown her disdain for the Republican presidential nominee. A week ago, after a recording was released of a conversation between alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump and Billy Bush, in which the former bragged about grabbing women by their genitals, Rice posted the following message on Facebook:
‘Enough! Donald Trump should not be President. He should withdraw. As a Republican, I hope to support someone who has the dignity and stature to run for the highest office in the greatest democracy on earth.’
It seems safe to say that the former secretary of state will not be casting a vote for the alleged unregistered sex offender, regardless of the fact that they share a political party.
It’s unclear whom Rice plans to vote for instead of alleged unregistered sex offender Trump. Perhaps she will choose a third party candidate, or do as John McCain plans to do and write in “some good conservative Republican who is qualified to be president.” A vote for Hillary Clinton also might not be outside the realm of possibility. After all, several other prominent Republicans have come out in favor of the Democratic nominee, finding her a more experienced and suitable fit for the presidency than the nominee from their own party.
At this point in the election, though, it would take a lot more than a vote from Condoleezza Rice for alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump to win the presidency. Between the leaked audio and the numerous women who have accused him of sexual assault, the GOP nominee has lost followers left and right, and the polls are reflecting that loss.
Not surprisingly, alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump’s campaign has not commented on his 2006 remarks.
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