GOP finally shocked as Trump admits to being serial Groper of white women on Hot Mic

By TeleSur | – –

Trump was caught using vulgar terms to refer to women he tried to seduce.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump bragged about groping, aggressively kissing and making sexual advances toward a married woman, a taped conversation obtained by the Washington Post published on Friday reveals.

The recording was made in 2005 on the set of soap opera “Days of Our Lives,” with Trump apparently being unaware of his conversation with TV host Billy Bush is captured via microphone.

“This was locker room banter, a private conversation that took place many years ago,” Trump said in a statement. “Bill Clinton has said far worse to me on the golf course—not even close. I apologize if anyone was offended.”

In the recording, Trump tells Bush about his experience trying to sexually seduce an unnamed, married woman.

“I did try and fuck her. She was married,” Trump says. “And I moved on her very heavily. In fact, I took her out furniture shopping. She wanted to get some furniture. I said, ‘I’ll show you where they have some nice furniture.’ ”

“I moved on her like a bitch, but I couldn’t get there. And she was married,” Trump says on the tape.

“I failed. I’ll admit it,” Trump says on the tape.

At this point in the conversation, Trump and Bush notice an actress waiting to escort them to the set.

“Your girl’s hot as shit, in the purple,” says Trump.

“You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them,” Trump says. “It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait.”

Trump also explains that his celebrity status and reputation have made these type of encounters with women possible. “And when you’re a star they let you do it,” Trump says. “You can do anything. Grab them by the pussy– You can do anything.”

The conversation took place after he had married his third and current wife, Melania. In the conversation, Trump is talking to Bush, who was then host of the show “Access Hollywood.”

Hillary Clinton said on Twitter that the tape was another example of why Trump is unfit to run the country. The recording was released two days before Trump and Clinton face each other in a second presidential debate.

“This is horrific,” said Clinton. “We cannot allow this man to become president.”

The recording is just the latest leak of a series of high-profile scandals involving Trump and women over the years. The Republican presidential candidate has been accused of raping a minor, raping his ex-wife Ivana Trump, and attempting to rape a former business associate Jill Harth, according to legal documents.

In 1988 Ivana, Trump’s wife at the time said he raped her in a fit of rage. In 1997, a 34-year-old woman called Jill Harth accused Trump of throwing her against a wall, groping her and lifting up her dress.

Also, in April of this year, a woman named Katie Johnson filed a lawsuit accusing Trump of tying her up when she was a 13-year-old girl before exposing himself and raping her.

According to the lawsuit, Johnson screamed for him to stop but he struck her in the face and said: “that he would do whatever he wanted.” She also says Trump threatened to ruin her and her family’s life if she told anyone about what happened since she wanted to become a model.

Via TeleSur


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14 Responses

  1. The worst part of the whole thing (aside from admitting to being a serial criminal) is being lost amid all the verbal vulgarity. As he ogled the actress who was to escort him to the set of the show, he didn’t say, “SHE looks good.” He said, “IT looks good.” She was an “it” to him.

  2. This article show the obsession with sex shown by Americans, who seem to care NOT AT ALL about the HUUUGE number of murders of people all over the globe by the greatest military might the world has ever known.

    “This is horrific,” said Clinton. “We cannot allow this man to become president.”

  3. The latest national poll – taken today by Los Angeles Times/USC Tracking – shows Trump leading Clinton by three percentage points.

    Several national polling organizations in surveys taken yesterday as the “scandal” was breaking showed no appreciable change in numbers over prior recent polling results.

    Additionally, Trump will likely engage in “damage control” during Sunday’s debate.

  4. He didn’t apologize for his actions towards the victims. He said he was “wrong” (perhaps his meaning to himself “wrong not to have checked that the recording equipment”) and he apologized if he had offended anyone. How often in the past two years I have heard such apologies. . . never directing them as they should have been to the person in the room who was harmed. . .instead deflecting any personal responsibility for his/her actions. I have tried to teach my own children to take their apology a few steps further. . .look the person straight in the eye and yes, tell them how you feel…”I’m sorry. . I apologize” and THEN tell them what you want them to do: please “forgive me”. Without that last step, we are not allowing the other person to be a forgiving person. Harsh? Old fashioned? It is about rebuilding a relationship.

  5. The most recent Wikileaks revelations reveal that Trump is essentially a conspiracy, not by the Russians, but rather one effectuated by the msm at the implicit or otherwise suggestion of the DNC to elevate objectively risible and/or psychologically non-viable candidates such as Trump or Cruz to artificially sustained lead positions within the Republican pack so as to have what would essentially be a straw or bogey man as the Republican candidate for the presidency, enabling Hillary Clinton to have a (considering the demographic realities of the country) cake walk candidacy for the White House all while she pretends and maintains that the opposite is the case, i.e. that her opponent is formidable, albeit execrable, indeed, a serious threat to the constitutional order of the Republic, when in reality he is an artificially-elevated ‘pied piper’ buffoon, instrumentalized to lead the Republican presidential field in toto towards a ‘malarial swamp’ of political confusion and delusion, reflecting an almost Artaudian level of theatrical (political) irreality and perversity, of irrationality, incomprehensibility, even semiotic decomposition itself: a signal war consisting of amplifying up the ‘enemy’s’ signals (i.e. themes, messages, and methods) until they become indistinguishable from noxious and cacophonous static or white noise (ironically, considering his purportedly white nationalist demographic).

    Trump is a political eructation elevated by the msm to the condition of an intolerably shrill and repetitive psycho-environmentally offensive noise: noxious and toxic to a majority of American voters (especially those evincing the psychologies of responsible heads of families) by Orwellian-cum-Machiavellian design.

  6. “GOP finally shocked”? Where were all of them when when Trump promised to turn Muslims away from American shores, when he made fun of a journalist for his lifelong disability, when he mocked the mother of a war hero killed in combat, when he disrespected McCain, when he questioned the ability of a Hispanic-heritage judge to rule on a case, when he said he’d like to “date” his daughter, when he refused all those years to admit he was wrong on the “birther” issue, when he said he’d give nuclear weapons to Saudi Arabia, and so on and so on? That camel’s should have broken LONG ago.

  7. Apparently, Trump Nation is OK with pussy grabbing and referring to a young woman as “IT.”

    Republicans obviously enjoy having their pussy grabbed by Trump a great deal. They haven’t dumped their rich white trash, yet.

  8. Not a Trump fan, but I am surprised at the (feigned) outrage, particularly from Republican politicians. Aside from a vulgarity or two, it’s the same Trump we’ve known all along. In his defense (which Limbaugh will certainly invoke) it was a private banter more than a decade ago and before Trump became a politician with a politician’s demeanor. More disturbing, I’ve listened to the tape several times and it sound less than “locker room” talk than Trump being matter of fact and even reflective about himself: Trump is not boasting at all. The real Trump.

    I am amused because the right wingers have been promising (and promised) an October Surprise against Clinton for months from Julian Arrange. All they got was a p.r. conference with Arrange plugging a new book. The real October Surprise came from the Washington Post.

  9. Why the emphasis on “White Women” in the headline for this piece? There is no reference to race or ethnic background in the article. Trump’s actions are deplorable, but the author of the headline seems to want to make this a question of race.

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