October 8, 2016

More thoughts of Trump

In an interview from September 2004, Howard Stern asks Trump if he can call Ivanka "a piece of ass," to which Trump responds in the affirmative.
"My daughter is beautiful, Ivanka," says Trump.
"By the way, your daughter," says Stern.
"She's beautiful," responds Trump.
"Can I say this? A piece of ass," Stern responds.
"Yeah," says Trump.
Donald Trump describing the first confrontation between his wife and mistress:
 "I was standing there like an idiot and Marla and Ivana were here, and there wasn't shouting but you could obviously see there was some friction," he said. "And a man who was standing right next to me who weighed about 350 pounds and wasn't a very attractive guy said to me 'It could be worse, Donald, I've been in Aspen for 20 years and I've never had a date.' I'll never forget the statement, and it sort of lightened it up for me. I'm saying you know, I guess it could be worse."
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump called his then-pregnant wife, Melania Trump, a “monster” during an appearance on Howard Stern’s radio show in 2005. He also described his wife as a “blimp” during the interview, which apparently took place just months after Trump had made lewd comments about groping women and pursing a married woman. He had married Melania, his third wife, earlier that year.

“You know, they just blow up, right?” Trump said of his pregnant wife in December 2005, according to a report by SF Gate.“Like a blimp — in the right places. In her case, the right places. I mean she really has become a monster — in all the right places,” Trump told Stern. “I mean monster in the most positive way. She has gotten very, very large — in all the right places.”


Anonymous said...

The culture pattern is related to the new slavery of the 21st century. But Trump is wildly popular because he has a slave owner lifestyle reminiscent of the Virginia founders and is head of his plantation. He specializes in buying and selling people. Particularly in the modelling world. Those who honor Robert E. Lee and the definitions of masterhood that he fought to preserve, will forever be indebted to Trump, who is more connected perhaps to the drug world, cocaine being the new cotton. New trend to watch for, schools named after Trump and statues of Trump.

Anonymous said...

Any health insurance system that has winners and losers is a BAD health insurance system. For Example: Obamacare's winners--- Multi-Millionaires on Medicaid! Obamacare's losers --- Middle Class exchange shoppers getting NO Obamacare subsidy and NO income tax deduction while paying 100% of VERY HIGH PREMIUMS using AFTER-TAX-DOLLARS for a NARROW NETWORK health policy sold to a TINY RISK POOL filled with SICK PEOPLE. America must end the unequal income tax treatment of health insurance payments by moving the income tax deduction out of employers hands and onto everyone's income tax returns. Americans should DEMAND this modest and simple reform for Obamacare from every politician running for president. So far, only Donald Trump has proposed this key reform that will help move America away from the corrupt employer sponsored health insurance system.

Anonymous said...

Employer based medical insurance is a form of medical underwriting. Medical underwriting at the group risk pool level was never eliminated by Obamacare. Only Donald Trump has proposed the one key reform to smoothly transition America away from employer based medical insurance with the lest disruptions, and this should be discussed in the debates. The constant obsession on politicians' sex lives in America, rather than REAL ISSUES and how they will deal deal with them, is terrible.