Trump on Hot Mic: 'When You're a Star ... [Meaning Himself] You Can Do Anything' to Women

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    Oct 07, 2016 9:38 PM GMT
    "I'm automatically attracted to beautiful women — I just start kissing them, it's like a magnet," Trump said in a 2005 conversation with Billy Bush, at the time an anchor for Access Hollywood, in crude, coarse language. "I don't even wait. And when you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything… Grab 'em by the pussy.

    Earlier in the conversation, Trump recalls talking about trying to woo a married woman.

    "I moved on her actually, she was down in Palm Beach and I failed. I'll admit it. I did try to fuck her, she was married … and I moved on her very heavily," Trump is heard saying.


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    Trump now excuses himself because he claims his behavior is better than Bill Clinton's. Typical weasle Trump response, try to shift the blame to someone else. Dah Donald is never to blame for ANYTHING, even the repulsive things coming out of his own mouth.

    I guess subservient Republican women will love this, but I suspect a lot of other women will not. And also not some men, who have more respect for women than the world's foremost genius does.
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    Oct 07, 2016 9:51 PM GMT

    It just doesn't stop....they talk like "typical" heterosexual hyper masculine men while in "man cave", definitely an "October Surprise" icon_eek.gificon_redface.gificon_rolleyes.gif




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    Oct 07, 2016 10:41 PM GMT
    Waiting to hear from America's SuperChristian, Mike Pence.
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    Oct 07, 2016 11:02 PM GMT
    This ought to make for an interesting question from one of Sunday's town hall participants.

    "Mr Trump. Is it ever acceptable to boast about sexually assaulting women?"
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    Oct 07, 2016 11:20 PM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 said
    This ought to make for an interesting question from one of Sunday's town hall participants.

    Trump will merely claim he heard Hillary's husband say worse on the golf course. Trump's just being one of the guys, too, yah know?

    Except Trump was captured on audio tape. Bill Clinton was not. Clinton may never have said anything approaching that, but he can certainly deny it in the lack of proof.

    And Trump's known marital infidelities are worse than Bill Clinton's. Trump is treading on thin ice when he tries that line of attack. And against an understanding, forgiving, yet firm and forceful injured wife?

    American women will identify with and rally around Hillary, not with the misogynist, predatory Trump. I have no doubt a number of them have husbands or BFs who strayed, with which they had to deal. But attitudes like Trump has spoken with his own mouth will infuriate many of them.

    I always predicted that once the campaign got going, Trump would melt down and he'd be his own worst enemy. He's not disappointing me.
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    Oct 07, 2016 11:44 PM GMT
    It's rather ironic that Billy Bush will probably succeed where Jeb! Bush couldn't - and finish Trump's presidential prospects.
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    Oct 08, 2016 12:03 AM GMT
    More Irony: https://www.theweek.com/speedreads/653878/paul-ryans-last-tweet-about-protecting-victims-sexual-assault

    IMPECCABLE TIMING
    Paul Ryan's last tweet was about protecting victims of sexual assault
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    Oct 08, 2016 12:45 AM GMT
    This story is exploding on the news channels. I really didn't realize how much traction it was gonna get.

    This may be an enormous "October Surprise" to sink Trump. Women are furious, calling Trump a sexual predator.

    And he can try to deflect this to Bill Clinton all he likes. Bill isn't on record as saying things like this, and his indiscretions pale in comparison to Trumps's confirmed ones.

    Plus Bill Clinton isn't running for President against him. Hillary is.

    Trump may be in big trouble.
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    Oct 08, 2016 12:49 AM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 saidThis ought to make for an interesting question from one of Sunday's town hall participants.

    "Mr Trump. Is it ever acceptable to boast about sexually assaulting women?"




    Its like listening to or being a part of your high school buddies get together, or a drunken night out, or a hetero frat party, or a friends bachelor party. If we haven't figured it out yet, Trump and his followers are extremely immature (I suppose adults). A person with a real conscience would probably cringe after hearing themselves talk like this in such a public way.

    Its like listening to the dialog in a Porky's movie, which we know is particularly funny, but juvenile at the same time. Trump himself, a business man, not a professional speaker is himself an immature man who has attracted an immature (white male) audience. icon_rolleyes.gif

    I really do hope this is the act that seals the Trump coffin, hope that someone brave enough brings it up at the next debate

    I have worked with these kinds of immature acting people (heterosexual adult men), annoying at least and disturbing at most icon_rolleyes.gif

    These are the type of men that talk, talk, talk pussy all day long at work, and you are just like "shut the fuck up" icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Oct 08, 2016 12:53 AM GMT
    Won't turn out to be a big deal. Locker room talk 20 years ago.

    Compare to Bill Clinton raping women and Hillary trying to destroy the women who came forward. And that's while they were in public office.

    Except for you sorry ass Hillary butt kissers, American people don't care. In fact, seeing more desperation from media only strengthens his support.

    BUT - on another front - WikiLeaks on Hillary Wall Street speeches - what she says in public versus what she says in private - won't go over too well for the Bernie supporters who crave authenticity. More proof she is not that.
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    Oct 08, 2016 12:56 AM GMT
    Don't underestimate the impact of this on married men. Married men hate men who go after married women. Going after single women is a badge of honor among some married men, but I don't know any married man who would appreciate a guy trying to fuck his wife. It's a grave insult to someone's masculinity and it's emasculating. Married men understand that feeling.
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    Oct 08, 2016 1:02 AM GMT
    Art_Deco saidThis story is exploding on the news channels. I really didn't realize how much traction it was gonna get.

    This may be an enormous "October Surprise" to sink Trump. Women are furious, calling Trump a sexual predator.

    And he can try to deflect this to Bill Clinton all he likes. Bill isn't on record as saying things like this, and his indiscretions pale in comparison to Trumps's conformed ones.

    Plus Bill Clinton isn't running for President against him. Hillary is.

    Trump may be in big trouble.





    Has now degraded the highest political office in the United States to that of a high school boys gym locker room, whats next, cum jokes? icon_redface.gif
    Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid............
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    Oct 08, 2016 1:12 AM GMT
    Geoffreysays saidWaiting to hear from America's SuperChristian, Mike Pence.



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    Oct 08, 2016 1:16 AM GMT
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    Art_Deco saidThis story is exploding on the news channels. I really didn't realize how much traction it was gonna get.

    This may be an enormous "October Surprise" to sink Trump. Women are furious, calling Trump a sexual predator.

    And he can try to deflect this to Bill Clinton all he likes. Bill isn't on record as saying things like this, and his indiscretions pale in comparison to Trumps's conformed ones.

    Plus Bill Clinton isn't running for President against him. Hillary is.

    Trump may be in big trouble.


    Has now degraded the highest political office in the United States to that of a high school boys gym locker room, whats next, cum jokes? icon_redface.gif
    Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid............

    Isn't your double standard blatantly obvious even to you? Something said in private over 20 years ago compared to an actual cum stain on the blue dress in the Oval Office?
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    Oct 08, 2016 1:39 AM GMT
    "No woman should ever be described in these terms or talked about in this manner," RNC chairman Reince Priebus said in a statement. "Ever."

    Speaker Paul Ryan condemned Trump as well and announced the nominee would no longer attend a high-profile scheduled event with Ryan and Priebus in Wisconsin on Saturday.

    "I am sickened by what I heard today," he said. "Women are to be championed and revered, not objectified. I hope Mr. Trump treats this situation with the seriousness it deserves and works to demonstrate to the country that he has greater respect for women than this clip suggests."

    Priebus has stood by Trump through previous crises while Ryan has often stayed quiet rather than criticize him, making their twin statements especially dramatic.

    They weren't the only ones criticizing Trump on Friday as the story started to look like a tipping point for his detractors within the GOP.

    Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL), who is in a tough race and has refused to endorse Trump, tweeted that Trump "should drop out" and that the GOP should move to organize an emergency replacement. He called Trump "a malignant clown — unprepared and unfit to be president of the United States."

    Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), who is under fire in her home state for calling Trump a role model in a recent debate, immediately issued a statement on Friday calling Trump's comments "totally inappropriate and offensive."

    Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), who supports Trump and also faces a difficult re-election, called Trump's comments "inappropriate and completely unacceptable"on Twitter. Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) tweeted that they were "outrageous and unacceptable."

    "I think the wheels just came off," a top staffer at a GOP super PAC said.


    This could be the end, folks.

    http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/gop-piles-donald-trump-over-remarks-women-n662276
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    ELNathB said
    Art_Deco saidThis story is exploding on the news channels. I really didn't realize how much traction it was gonna get.

    This may be an enormous "October Surprise" to sink Trump. Women are furious, calling Trump a sexual predator.

    And he can try to deflect this to Bill Clinton all he likes. Bill isn't on record as saying things like this, and his indiscretions pale in comparison to Trumps's conformed ones.

    Plus Bill Clinton isn't running for President against him. Hillary is.

    Trump may be in big trouble.


    Has now degraded the highest political office in the United States to that of a high school boys gym locker room, whats next, cum jokes? icon_redface.gif
    Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid............

    Isn't your double standard blatantly obvious even to you? Something said in private over 20 years ago compared to an actual cum stain on the blue dress in the Oval Office?


    How Bobby Boo boo, used women for his own self advancement. Even using them to pollut this earth with his sperm.
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    Oct 08, 2016 3:00 AM GMT
    I have no respect for Trump at all and don't want him elected. However the fake outrage in this country from both sides of the isle cracks me up. When I first saw the headlines I was expecting something that I don't hear from men on a regular basis. With the known history of Trump, how does this even surprise anyone? And those on here saying its juvenile locker room talk - yes it is, however it is the same stuff that is all over these forums - sex talk. To act like Trump is some evil person because of these statements is laughable. Now again I think he is evil for lots of other reasons, but this is nothing compared to him.
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    Art_Deco said"No woman should ever be described in these terms or talked about in this manner," RNC chairman Reince Priebus said in a statement. "Ever."

    Speaker Paul Ryan condemned Trump as well and announced the nominee would no longer attend a high-profile scheduled event with Ryan and Priebus in Wisconsin on Saturday.

    "I am sickened by what I heard today," he said. "Women are to be championed and revered, not objectified. I hope Mr. Trump treats this situation with the seriousness it deserves and works to demonstrate to the country that he has greater respect for women than this clip suggests."

    Priebus has stood by Trump through previous crises while Ryan has often stayed quiet rather than criticize him, making their twin statements especially dramatic.

    They weren't the only ones criticizing Trump on Friday as the story started to look like a tipping point for his detractors within the GOP.

    Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL), who is in a tough race and has refused to endorse Trump, tweeted that Trump "should drop out" and that the GOP should move to organize an emergency replacement. He called Trump "a malignant clown — unprepared and unfit to be president of the United States."

    Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), who is under fire in her home state for calling Trump a role model in a recent debate, immediately issued a statement on Friday calling Trump's comments "totally inappropriate and offensive."

    Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), who supports Trump and also faces a difficult re-election, called Trump's comments "inappropriate and completely unacceptable"on Twitter. Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) tweeted that they were "outrageous and unacceptable."

    "I think the wheels just came off," a top staffer at a GOP super PAC said.


    This could be the end, folks.

    http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/gop-piles-donald-trump-over-remarks-women-n662276



    Just had a scary thought - what if this actually does cause the GOP to dump Trump and make Pense the nominee. Can that still happen. People loved him in the VP debate. This could backfire on Dems?
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    Oct 08, 2016 3:30 AM GMT
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    Art_Deco said"No woman should ever be described in these terms or talked about in this manner," RNC chairman Reince Priebus said in a statement. "Ever."

    Speaker Paul Ryan condemned Trump as well and announced the nominee would no longer attend a high-profile scheduled event with Ryan and Priebus in Wisconsin on Saturday.

    "I am sickened by what I heard today," he said. "Women are to be championed and revered, not objectified. I hope Mr. Trump treats this situation with the seriousness it deserves and works to demonstrate to the country that he has greater respect for women than this clip suggests."

    Priebus has stood by Trump through previous crises while Ryan has often stayed quiet rather than criticize him, making their twin statements especially dramatic.

    They weren't the only ones criticizing Trump on Friday as the story started to look like a tipping point for his detractors within the GOP.

    Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL), who is in a tough race and has refused to endorse Trump, tweeted that Trump "should drop out" and that the GOP should move to organize an emergency replacement. He called Trump "a malignant clown — unprepared and unfit to be president of the United States."

    Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), who is under fire in her home state for calling Trump a role model in a recent debate, immediately issued a statement on Friday calling Trump's comments "totally inappropriate and offensive."

    Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), who supports Trump and also faces a difficult re-election, called Trump's comments "inappropriate and completely unacceptable"on Twitter. Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) tweeted that they were "outrageous and unacceptable."

    "I think the wheels just came off," a top staffer at a GOP super PAC said.


    This could be the end, folks.

    http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/gop-piles-donald-trump-over-remarks-women-n662276



    Just had a scary thought - what if this actually does cause the GOP to dump Trump and make Pense the nominee. Can that still happen. People loved him in the VP debate. This could backfire on Dems?






    I think its too late for that, the republicans had their chance last month, which I think was the deadline to replace their candidate. Nov 8 ballots with Trump and Clinton on them are probably being printed as we type this.

    Many sample ballots have already been mailed and early voting has already begun in several states, whatever happens now, happens to the good or detriment to each candidate. This one is def a whooper with a month to go icon_redface.gif
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    Art_Deco saidThis story is exploding on the news channels. I really didn't realize how much traction it was gonna get.

    This may be an enormous "October Surprise" to sink Trump. Women are furious, calling Trump a sexual predator.

    And he can try to deflect this to Bill Clinton all he likes. Bill isn't on record as saying things like this, and his indiscretions pale in comparison to Trumps's conformed ones.

    Plus Bill Clinton isn't running for President against him. Hillary is.

    Trump may be in big trouble.


    Has now degraded the highest political office in the United States to that of a high school boys gym locker room, whats next, cum jokes? icon_redface.gif
    Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid............

    Isn't your double standard blatantly obvious even to you? Something said in private over 20 years ago compared to an actual cum stain on the blue dress in the Oval Office?



    Not sure if this one is going to blow over...will see at the next debate icon_redface.gif

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    Oct 08, 2016 8:51 AM GMT
    My awful date with Donald Trump: The real story of a nightmare evening with a callow but cash-less heir

    ...The check came but the restaurant didn’t take credit cards. My date couldn’t pay for the dinner. This was the first thing I could relate to all evening. Me, Jewish girl, independent but not too, always had bad-date, worst-case-scenario, awkward-situation, get-home money.

    So, my big shot, Cadillac, phone-in-convertible boring date couldn’t pay for dinner. He was stunned and embarrassed. I said, “Let’s get aprons and do the dishes. It would be fun.” His face was horror-stricken. He was flustered. Relax, I have the money. Oh, thank God. He swore he’d pay me back tomorrow so many times that I thought it not likely.

    He never did...

    http://www.salon.com/2016/03/23/my_awful_date_with_donald_trump_the_real_story_of_a_nightmare_evening_with_a_callow_but_cash_less_heir/
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    Oct 08, 2016 10:24 AM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 saidThis ought to make for an interesting question from one of Sunday's town hall participants.

    "Mr Trump. Is it ever acceptable to boast about sexually assaulting women?"

    Are you ignoring all of Wild Bills sexual assults, and his wife Mrs Clinton attacking, bullied, bastardising the victims into silance by dehumanising then.
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    Oct 08, 2016 12:26 PM GMT
    CuriousGreg saidI have no respect for Trump at all and don't want him elected. However the fake outrage in this country from both sides of the isle cracks me up. When I first saw the headlines I was expecting something that I don't hear from men on a regular basis. With the known history of Trump, how does this even surprise anyone? And those on here saying its juvenile locker room talk - yes it is, however it is the same stuff that is all over these forums - sex talk. To act like Trump is some evil person because of these statements is laughable. Now again I think he is evil for lots of other reasons, but this is nothing compared to him.


    I wouldn't call it fake outrage. None of the people I know talk like this or act like this - and more someone who wants to be president, I think we can legitimately hold him to higher standards, as well as deplore being so stupid as to say it on camera. But really, it's just one more example of t=boorishness and immaturity from a man who has no qualifications whatever for the job. He's an "entitled" and spoiled dirty old man with absolutely nothing to gove the country.
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    Oct 08, 2016 2:29 PM GMT
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    Just had a scary thought - what if this actually does cause the GOP to dump Trump and make Pense the nominee. Can that still happen. People loved him in the VP debate. This could backfire on Dems?

    I don't know how this works. It's likely too late in the process to remove Trump's name for Pence's on most US ballots. And early balloting, and absentee balloting, is about to start. In fact, I believe the absentee ballots are mostly printed, and even being mailed now to our troops overseas. I know I always got my ballot in Europe in October, you had to, because you also needed time to mail it back.

    In the US electoral system the actual final voting is done by the Electoral College. The US Constitution gives them the sole authority to vote for President as they individually choose. They may have been selected by the voters, and by tradition they vote as they were chosen, they are nevertheless legally free to do as they wish.

    When you vote for Clinton or Trump on your ballot you're actually choosing an elector from your State who represents that candidate. So that if people still vote for Trump's name, with Pence as VP, the Electoral College members chosen for Trump might still be able to cast their vote for Pence. What would be done if the Presidential candidate died on the eve of the election, many votes already cast? In fact, I think the electors can select any person they want, who meets Constitutional eligibility requirements. I dunno, never happened before.