Trump Referring To Little Girl: ‘I'm Going To Be Dating Her In 10 Years'
On the heels of the 2005 Access Hollywood video being released that had Donald Trump saying that he could grab women “by the pussy,” several women are now coming forward with their own harrowing stories of alleged assault, including two that told their story to the New York Times.
While Trump stated in the second presidential debate that he never did the things he said in the leaked conversation with Billy Bush, it seems that these women firmly deny that he's innocent of refraining from those actions.
These victims include a former People magazine writer that said that Trump shoved his tongue down her throat at the site of an interview in the same year as the Access Hollywood tape.
Now, there's another lurid video of Trump saying some disgusting things, this time aimed at a group of 10-year-old girls. Does this guy have any decency?
In a clip from an “Entertainment Tonight” Christmas feature in 1992 that was unearthed by CBS, a 46-year-old Donald Trump says that he's going to date a little girl 36 years his junior in a decade's time.
Fucking gross. REALLY? PEOPLE WANT TO ACTUALLY VOTE FOR THIS MONSTER?
His remark gives off the vibe that he can't wait to fast-forward time so he can get romantically involved with this girl, who he's sexualizing in his mind. Overall, it's a fucked up and extremely predatory thing to say in front of a child.
Trump begins innocently enough by asking the group of little girls,
Are you going up the escalator?
One of the girls responds,
Trump then makes the remark, in full earshot of the girls,
I am going to be dating her in 10 years. Can you believe that?
Go ahead. I'll let you take as much time as you need to barf this one out.
Here's the moment in question, which you can watch for yourself.
In the past, Donald has said that were he not Ivanka's father, he'd be dating her and said he kisses her every chance he gets. What is this, “Chinatown?”
This man is not fit to be our president. Pure and simple.
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