Well, the American public no longer has to wonder what was on Donald Trump’s mind during his latest debate with Hillary Clinton, because Trump has now revealed he was checking out Clinton’s rear view, and says “I wasn’t impressed.” It seems Donald Trump doesn’t just give the once-over to models and young girls, but also candidates for president of the United States.
Last week, the video clip with Donald Trump and Billy Bush talking about how to grab and grope women was the talk of the country. Billy Bush was then working for Access Hollywood, and the misogynistic talk has threatened Bush’s new job at the Today Show. At this time, Billy Bush is still suspended for what he had to say about Nancy O’Dell and Arianne Zucker.
Donald Trump implies at a rally that he "wasn't impressed" by Hillary Clinton's bodyhttps://t.co/f4r8N1lF7c— Just Me (@JustMeinMI) October 14, 2016
Slate‘s article is called “Did Trump Just Say He Wasn’t Impressed By Hillary Clinton’s Butt?” It’s fair to say that neither John McCain nor Mitt Romney ever pondered the hind quarters of Barack Obama, but Donald Trump claims he indeed took a moment to size up the rear view of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
“During his speech Friday, Trump revealed what he was thinking during those moments: This lady sure is [unworthy of coitus].”
Hillary Clinton told Ellen DeGeneres that she sensed something, and felt odd and weird. Donald Trump confessed today that he took a peek.
“I’m standing at my podium and she walks in front of me, right? She walks in front of me, you know, and when she walked in front of me, believe me, I wasn’t impressed.”
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Writer Rebecca Traister says that Trump speaking about Hillary Clinton’s figure was inevitable.
“It was only a matter of time.”
Trump: I 'wasn't impressed' when Clinton walked in front of me at debate: Donald Trump said Friday he "wasn't... https://t.co/Iz7cGlJI4P— Olayiwola Ayobami (@Jevthal) October 14, 2016
Thankfully, Donald Trump did not elaborate about the fact that he was “not impressed” by Hillary Clinton’s bum, but still, many found it disturbing that he thought about it at all, says CNN. But Donald Trump has commented on the looks and the physique of those women who have accused him of leering or groping.
“When you looked at that horrible woman last night, you said, ‘I don’t think so.’ The stories are total fiction, they’re 100% made up. They never happened. They never would happen. I don’t think they’d happen with many people, but they certainly wouldn’t happen with me.”
About Natasha Stoynoff, a People Magazine reporter, Donald Trump was dismissive.
“Take a look, you take a look, look at her, look at her words — you tell me what you think. I don’t think so.”
But even though Donald Trump denies he has even met most of the women who say he has been rude to them, he tears down their physical appearance, including Jessica Leeds.
“She would not be my first choice, that I can tell you. You don’t know, that would not be my first choice.”
Trump ‘wasn’t impressed’ as Hillary Clinton walked past him: It looks like Donald Trump isn't done talking le... https://t.co/fBjf36j4yf— DopeSox (@dopesoxofficial) October 14, 2016
Whether he is speaking about a woman’s facial beauty, her legs, her bottom, or her figure as a whole, Donald Trump has publicly demonstrated a number of ways to tear down women publicly. Trump is also attacking the media, including the New York Times and the Washington Post, which Trump says are in on it with Hillary Clinton, attacking him at every turn.
Donald Trump has one more debate to make his mark, and try to recover from the damage done by his own words.
Do you think that it is presidential behavior to comment on the physical appearance of others?
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