When Gloria Allred argued that transgender beauty queen Jenna Talackova should be allowed to compete in the Miss Universe Pageant, the famous attorney said that no one asked Donald Trump to prove that he was born a natural man and no one should ask Talackova to prove that she was born a natural woman.
“(Talackova) didn’t ask Mr. Trump to prove he’s a naturally born man, or see photos of his birth, or to view his anatomy… It made no difference to her.”
Trump said that he was a little disappointed that Allred didn’t ask since she would have been very impressed with his private parts.
“I think Gloria would be very very impressed with (my penis)….”
Trump also said that he’d give Gloria some of his baby pictures, you know, if the price was high enough.
“I just wanna know how much will Gloria pay me? Because if the payment is enough, I might just do it. Boy, would she be impressed.”
Trump is obviously not a fan of Allred’s. He rippped into the attorney on Good Morning America saying that if he had known that Talackova was being represented by Allred he would have never reversed his decision. Trump said:
“I did not know that (Talackova) had a lawyer, and especially Gloria Allred… In fact, had I known it was Gloria Allred, I probably would not have reversed my decision because, you know, Gloria is easy to beat.”
Donald said that Talackova would be allowed to compete but insisted that he really didn’t care one way or another. Trump said that Talackova should be worried about winning the Canadian pageant before she starts worrying about her eligibility for Miss Universe.
Trump’s executive vice president Michael D. Cohen said in a statement:
“The Miss Universe Organization will allow Jenna Talackova to compete in the 2012 Miss Universe Canada pageant provided she meets the legal gender recognition requirements of Canada, and the standards established by other international competitions.”
But Allred isn’t satisfied. Allred said that Trump should remove the rule completely since it is “blatantly discriminatory.” Allred said:
“Trump has conceded that he cannot keep Jenna out of the competition because it would violate both U.S. and Canadian laws. Trump’s rule of requiring that a contestant be a ‘naturally born female appears to still be in effect in other countries around the world. We want Mr. Trump to eliminate this rule for the entire Miss Universe organization everywhere in the world, but he has not yet agreed to do so. His latest statement is that the rule is being ‘evaluated’ by his organization. There is no need to further ‘evaluate’. The rule is blatantly discriminatory and it is time for Mr. Trump to say that he will get rid of the rule.”