Donald Trump Produced This Misogynistic Reality Show 'Girls Of Hedsor Hall'

Donald Trump has had his hands on diverse projects from Trump University to Trump clothing to The Apprentice, but the project he doesn't want you to know about is The Girls of Hedsor Hall, a show where women lacking polish don prep school uniforms including little plaid skirts and become re-educated. Now, it is almost impossible to find clips of the show, let alone full episodes, and Donald Trump's name has been totally removed from the Wikipedia page, and is hard to find on the show's IMDb page.

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Trump Productions presented The Girls of Hedsor Hall, and in a video clip, Donald Trump himself claims he is proud of the project. He hired former Miss USA Tara Conner to be the host, and set the show in London inside Hedsor Hall. The premise was to turn somewhat deviant, unpolished "girls" into acceptable ladies.

Trump and Conner held a full press conference where both spoke about the show and what to expect. Donald Trump allegedly wanted to call the show Lady or Tramp, but MTV wanted to stick with the finishing school theme. After the press conference, Trump Productions issued a press release.


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"The Girls of Hedsor Hall — self-described 'nymphomaniac' Brianna, heavy drinker Samantha, bad-tempered Margie, high school-dropout Jenna, gutter-mouthed Lillian, wild child Amanda, party girl Kim, snobby b**ch Jen M, foul-mouthed Maddy, booty-baring punkette Hillary, bar brawling Paola, and Jennifer, the self-proclaimed 'Blackout Queen of North Carolina' — will have a chance to smooth their rough edges and reform the behavior that's made them notorious."

These "girls," all women over 21, are demeaned on their route to win the ultimate prize and become reformed into a lady. Donald Trump claims he did "extreme vetting" to get the right "girls" for the show, including those promiscuous enough or drunk enough to be at their train-wreck best.

Each week, the girls are taught a lesson on the road to being ladies. These will include "humbling exercises" and "harsh critiques," seemingly designed to put females in their place. This show is not unusual fare for MTV, which shared Rock of Love with Brett Michaels with the world, but it does stand out as odd for someone who wants to be president of the United States.

"In each episode, The Girls of Hedsor Hall will be taught an important lesson — from how to make a good first impression and always look their best to how to maintain a positive attitude and maintain composure in the face of conflict. These humbling exercises will come with harsh critiques from their mentors, as well as the possibility of elimination based on their performance."

Objection to The Girls of Hedsor Hall was one of the points of disagreement at the beginning of the battle between Donald Trump and Rosie O'Donnell according to AOL. O'Donnell had objected to the way Donald Trump handled the Tara Conner situation when the former Miss USA was found to be partying too hard for her crown.

The women scrapped each week, often getting into cat fights to earn the final prize. The Girls of Hedsor Hall is hardly the worst show that has ever been on MTV, but it's not something Donald Trump likely wants to highlight on his resume.

Do you think Donald Trump is trying to hide The Girls of Hedsor Hall?

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