Trump Caught In Racist Rant About ‘Big Black Dick’; White House Crisis Mode Begins

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Recently, Trump’s lawyer basically confirmed that at least one of Trump’s rumored affairs is very real, admitting that he gave Stormy Daniels $130,000 in hush money just before the election. Since then, another credible account of Trump’s infidelity has surfaced.

Donald Trump walks from the Oval Office to the Marine One helicopter as they depart from the South Lawn of the White House on February 16, 2018 in Washington, DC. The Trumps travel to Mar a Lago, Florida for the weekend. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

In a devastating New Yorker article, Trump’s behavior is catalogued in lurid detail. According to Karen McDougal, who has implicated herself in a nine-month relationship with Trump, she was the one to cut it off. The reason why has social media in an uproar. Here’s the excerpt in question:

Here is the full paragraph, via the New Yorker:

‘McDougal ended the relationship in April, 2007, after nine months. According to Crawford, the breakup was prompted in part by McDougal’s feelings of guilt. “She couldn’t look at herself in the mirror anymore,” Crawford said. “And she was concerned about what her mother thought of her.” The decision was reinforced by a series of comments Trump made that McDougal found disrespectful, according to several of her friends. When she raised her concern about her mother’s disapproval to Trump, he replied, “What, that old hag?” (McDougal, hurt, pointed out that Trump and her mother were close in age.) On the night of the Miss Universe pageant McDougal attended, McDougal and a friend rode with Trump in his limousine and the friend mentioned a relationship she had had with an African-American man. According to multiple sources, Trump remarked that the friend liked “the big black dick” and began commenting on her attractiveness and breast size. The interactions angered the friend and deeply offended McDougal.’

The remarks would be deeply offensive to anyone who isn’t a 70-year-old racist with no filter or common decency. Only a man as insulated and clueless as Trump would think that’s an okay thing to say.

Social media responded somewhat predictably to the revelation:

Trump’s comment reflects a centuries-old fear among racist men that has perpetuated harmful stereotypes and speaks to their own insecurity, rather than reality. However, it’s only the latest in a long line of such statements. And, doubtlessly, McDougal will not be the last woman to come forward.

The most interesting question in all of this is the following: How do you think President Obama had been treated, had he spoken to and treated women this way?

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