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Trump The Pervert

Maybe you’ve seen the 1992 video clip in which Donald Trump chats with a group of little girls at Trump Tower. When they leave to ride the escalator up, he says, “I’m going to be dating her in ten years. Can you believe it?”

My daughter turns 10 today. If a grown man said anything like that about her in my presence, I would slug him. He would have revealed himself as a lecherous pervert. Trump saw that child only as a potential sexual conquest. That’s not the same as a pedophile, but it does reveal the depths of his narcissism and his inability to see women — even little girls — as anything but potential sex partners. He allowed Howard Stern to refer to his own (adult) daughter Ivanka as “a piece of ass.” [1] Any normal father would have belted Stern. Not Trump. Because he’s a pervert.

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#1 Comment By dominic1955 On October 13, 2016 @ 2:11 pm


“When Hillary’s SJW legal shock troops put traditionalist organizations out of business I’ll be sure to give a prayer of thanksgiving that we don’t have a president who makes crude remarks.”

Yep. All this handwringing strikes me as profoundly precious moralizing. I don’t even like Trump, didn’t vote for him in the primaries but I find it odd we are thinking he’s so unfit for doing the same kind of BS people in power have always been doing. Read some history.

Do I wish we could have moral leaders? Absolutely, but I also wish we were a Catholic Empire.

#2 Comment By elizabeth On October 13, 2016 @ 2:34 pm

All the interesting ways to give this guy a pass. He’s a “secular” man in a “pornographized” society, upon whom the judgment of Christian values cannot be laid.

Then Bill Clinton gets a pass too, except that he’s a Baptist so his clearance comes under the “we’ve all fallen short of the glory of God” blanket excuse. That makes such short work of any real criticism. If it works for Trump then it works for Clinton.

My sweet secular husband and our even sweeter secular son would not be caught dead talking about women the way Trump does. That’s not because of any philosophy but because they are not malignant narcissists who view women as nothing but future sex partners. One doesn’t have to subscribe to any religion to have respect for other human beings.

I’m not interested in having Trump have our nuclear codes because I don’t think he sees other human beings as human beings, only as objects for his personal use.

The Christian standard is so damn low anyway. A significant percentage of Roman Catholic priests, Jimmy Swaggart, Jim Baker, Ted Haggard… It takes a few seconds to think of grand self-promoting so-called Christians who have exhibited the worst kind of behavior. No Trump doesn’t get a pass.

#3 Comment By Noah172 On October 13, 2016 @ 3:12 pm

I second comments by Dan and Brian.

Even though it’s a video, we don’t see what’s happening (Trump is off-camera apparently), and the audio has a barely intelligible squeak from a kid in the background while Trump is talking to an adult. Trump says the “dating” remark immediately after (not even a pause for breath) the alleged “yeah” from the child, without waiting for the child (and any accompanying adults) to move out of earshot. That’s strange if he is talking about the child. Is the audio edited (as the Billy Bush was), or out of sync with the video?

And was this clip part of the ET broadcast, or an outtake? If the former, didn’t anybody notice at the time?

Note, BTW, I’m not defending lewd remarks to or about a child, but rather questioning the veracity of the allegation. There’s a difference.

#4 Comment By Noah172 On October 13, 2016 @ 3:27 pm

Ivanka seems to love and respect her father, and has been active in promoting his candidacy.

Reasonable people can come to different conclusions about Trump the politician, the businessman, the celebrity, the husband, but why should we discount the (positive AFAIK) testimony of his children about Trump the father?

I wouldn’t speak about my daughter as Trump has about his (bearing in mind that Stern and others have said the naughtier bits), but she obviously revels in her looks and maybe she is flattered by her father’s praise in a way outsiders cannot understand. I, for one, have heard of adult children talking with their parents about sex (usually daughters with mothers or sons with fathers) in ways that I and my wife would never dream of talking to our parents.

#5 Comment By Roland P. On October 13, 2016 @ 3:30 pm

“Great for you, but remembering the intense sexuality of a 12 year-old on national radio is tendentiously creepy.”

You don’t pay much attention to 12 year old girls I guess.. they have been taught that sex is there a means to getting ahead and to power.

I’m a bus driver and I do a lot of work hauling cheerleaders around 4-5 months of the year while there competing at ESPN…. attendance is in the range of about 200,000 a year.

I’ve seen 10 year olds with more makeup than Tammy Faye Bakker could ever slather on.

And if you have ever paid any attention to what a cheerleading outfit consists of?? It is basically a Bikini… a very small Bikini… with four napkins sewn onto it 2 in the front and 2 in the back.

And the biggest pushers of this stuff are the Mothers.

And then Mom and Dad Wonder when daughter turns twelve or thirteen she comes home pregnant.

#6 Comment By Howard On October 13, 2016 @ 3:35 pm

“I think the most disappointing and disillusioning thing about this is how many Christians are minimizing and excusing Trump’s filthy attitudes, words, and actions.” That’s the real story.

According to legend, [2] was offered by an angel the choice between reigning on Earth or reigning in Heaven. Since he is SAINT Lazar, he obviously chose Heaven, and was killed in battle the next day. [My guess is the story is true: the choice was given to him by a messenger (which is the literal meaning of angel) of the Sultan, and it was between fighting against impossible odds or renouncing Christ, embracing Islam, and reigning as a vassal of the Sultan.] The real story here is what modern American Christians are willing to embrace for even a poor chance of reigning on Earth.

#7 Comment By Stephen On October 13, 2016 @ 3:43 pm


I couldn’t agree more. Trump may be a pervert (God alone can judge). Hillary may be a serial liar, greed mongering, adultery justifying, two faced, socialist with a plan to ruin great parts of America (God alone can judge.) But we get to judge whose policy will destroy our country. And hands down, any conservative Christian of any stripe can tell who that is.

We know that both are moral failures that justify sexual misconduct and mock the woman that attack them or their husband. They suck as role models. Ok, we’re even. Now let’s vote for the one who won’t take away religious liberty and destroy our economy and double our debt. For goodness sake , can’t we agree that Trump and Hillary are both cretins and decide to vote for the cretin that won’t have an active agenda to ruin the country.

All this stuff could have come out months and months ago but the media has been sitting on it until the last minute to crush him. Are you really surprised now to find out he acted like a horny 15 much of his privileged life?

As much as I am repulsed by Hugh Hefner, I’d vote for him over Hillary if he was going to protect liberty and economic freedom as long as he would get ride of that damn robe. Strike that– I could handle that better than looking at ugly pant suites for the next four years.

#8 Comment By Blueshark On October 13, 2016 @ 4:05 pm

I’m not sure I’d agree that Trump is a pervert, per se. Donald Trump is a narcissist whose entire reason for being is to dominate others. He is obsessed with being the alpha-male, treating women as objects of which he has his pick, and using that to dominate other males. It is what he is.

And I’m surprised everyone is professing to be shocked about this now. It’s been obvious for a long time now

#9 Comment By ARM On October 13, 2016 @ 4:12 pm

What mystifies me about all this is that anybody is treating it as a last-minute surprise. The man’s entire career as a celebrity has consisted of flaunting what a crass, womanizing, self-aggrandizing S.O.B. he is. That’s all he ever was – why are we surprised when a new video or audio surfaces?

#10 Comment By Robert G On October 13, 2016 @ 4:16 pm

Charles Cosimano: how do you know so much about perverts? Just curious.

#11 Comment By Jennifer On October 13, 2016 @ 4:58 pm

Dan: “True, but he’s a secular man in a pornographized society. What else would you expect? Haven’t we conservatives been arguing for decades that this is what happens when you secularize and sexualize society. You unleash ugly forces in people.

Of course he’s a pervert. Why wouldn’t he be? I don’t get judging him (non Christian) by Christian standards. It seems pointlessly judgmental. I assure you that Obama is a pervert as well. That’s not why I think he’s a terrible president.”

This entire statement is absolute gibberish.

We all live in this porn-ified society you decry. We don’t all make sexual comments about children and forcibly kiss and grab people without their consent.

Donald Trump is, by standards of basic human decency, a pervert. It is not pointlessly judgmental to criticize him for the vile things he has said and done, and for the fact that he doesn’t seem to understand that he has no right to touch anyone without her consent. This is not a judgement by Christian standards, whatever that means. This is a judgment by standards of basic decency that all of us, Christian or not, have a responsibility to meet.

And what Obama has to do with this is completely beyond me.

#12 Comment By jamie On October 13, 2016 @ 5:36 pm


Josh Marshall quoted Bob Dylan today, apropos of the times and Dylan’s Nobel Prize:

Can they imagine the darkness that will fall from on high
When men will beg God to kill them and they won’t be able to die?

Thus Precious Angel.

thomas tucker:

Oh Lord. Every negative spin possible is being put on anything the guy ever said. I think it is uncharitable, to say the least.

Also from Precious Angel:

My so-called friends have fallen under a spell
They look me squarely in the eye and they say, “Well all is well!”


Rod, an objective application of feminist theory — worthy of emotional argument, just asking to stipulate it here — which rejects the sexual objectification of women by men means that Trump is not a pervert, he’s perfectly normal.

There seems to be this idea, cannot completely tease it out but it’s there, that women are either cherished on a pedestal, or they are meat, and if feminism takes women off the pedestal, feminism makes women into meat.

There is of course a third alternative, that women are human beings and one human being does not assault another human being, one does not disparage them and one does not disrespect them, and all the questions of sex, and rape, are important but subordinate considerations. This is, I think, a statement most actual feminists would agree with.

#13 Comment By A.K. On October 13, 2016 @ 5:47 pm

The comments on this thread defending Trump’s proclivity for making sexual remarks about girl children should be noted in a textbook 20 years from now about how Republicans lost their electoral edge with married white women. The prudes placed protecting little girls above saving the country from Killary! Benghazi, emails, Vince Foster! #repealthe19th

#14 Comment By cecelia On October 13, 2016 @ 6:15 pm

Does it ever occur to all the hyperventilating “Christians will be in the catacombs” folks to remember what was said about Obama – he would crash the economy (he didn’t), he will turn the US over to a one world government (he didn’t), he will implement sharia law (he didn’t), there will be death panels (there aren’t), he will seize all your guns (he didn’t)? So why continue to predict Armageddon?

How about remembering that when religious liberty is attacked we have legal means to fight that? The courts, the Constitution? How about supporting respectful Christian candidates?

As a Christian I find the coarsening of the culture a very serious problem and certainly symptomatic of an degenerate society. Trump is the exemplar of that coarsening. So how can anyone possibly expect him to change the direction? Using the disease to fight the disease hardly seems a good idea.

Yesterday in an absolute rant Trump declared that as soon as Clinton is elected ISIS will take over the country – that is insanity. Absolute madness. Why be part of that?

#15 Comment By kijunshi On October 13, 2016 @ 6:18 pm

“I assure you that Obama is a pervert as well.”

Nope! Not even close. Try again, thanks for playing!

#16 Comment By Skip On October 13, 2016 @ 6:57 pm

Good gracious! Howard Stern, of all people, making sexual comments about a woman? What is this world coming to!

#17 Comment By Sir On October 13, 2016 @ 7:23 pm

Gary Puckett – “Young Girl” = pervert
Maurice Chevalier – “Thank Heaven for little girls” = pervert

I’m sure there are many more.

Trump is joking – don’t be so righteous and uptight. He likes young women (of legal age). It’s not like he’s actually married an 18 year old, or even anyone under 21. Nor, for the record, has he treated a 21 year old female employee as a human humidor.

#18 Comment By kenneth On October 13, 2016 @ 8:10 pm

Orthodox Christian Trump supporters have decided that the way to preserve the spark of uncompromising Christian morality in the coming dark age is to embrace nihilism with all the strength they have left. Their Benedict Option isn’t about rejecting the corrupt overculture but buying into it fully for maximum advantage. Embed yourself with a modern Borgia patron, play the game of thrones to win, teach your kids Machiavelli young.

When they grow up, of course what they’ll take away from that all is the lessons of the Gospels, because at least they won’t have to face any adversarial Supreme Court decisions (maybe). The new rule of St. Benedict for the 21st Century is “Dude, when in Rome…”

Conservative Christians who back Trump should realize that going forward any of their utterances about “family values” and chastity will be worth nothing but infinite comedic value, and that at least will be appreciated. We will need some good deep belly guffaws in the times to come.

#19 Comment By Anne On October 13, 2016 @ 8:44 pm

I don’t know if Trump is an actual pervert (although I doubt that particular issue is any longer listed as an official diagnosis in the DSM), but his narcissism and misogyny levels are off the charts, and the words “Trump” and “hubris” have been officially pronounced interchangeable by the folks who know at Webster’s.

Has anybody brought up that 1999 interview with Howard Stern in which he claimed Bill Clinton’s real problem involved what Monica Lewinsky looked like, not what happened between the two in the Oval Office. He noted that “some people say” (perhaps the same people who did so much talking about Barack Obama’s birth certificate 12 years later?) if Clinton had done the same thing with a beautiful fashion model, “he’d have been congratulated instead of impeached.” That’s what he said (on Howard Stern show, Nov. 9, 1999, Youtube.com). Sigh.

#20 Comment By Anne On October 13, 2016 @ 9:11 pm

Hillary’s “SJW legal shock troops” are limited by the same First Amendment that some believe got pushed too far in the other direction by the Hobby Lobby decision. Bottom line, religious liberty makes a really good judicial principle and a really bad political tool. If Leftwingers shouldn’t be trusted with it, neither should Rightwingers. The First Amendment is there to protect each from the other, not to serve one particular side.

#21 Comment By leapold On October 13, 2016 @ 10:45 pm

Reminds me of Maurice Chevalier: “Thank Heaven for Little Girls”.

#22 Comment By Siarlys Jenkins On October 13, 2016 @ 11:00 pm

What is worth less than tuppence?


#23 Comment By grumpy realist On October 13, 2016 @ 11:09 pm

Loudon is a Fool: Have you ever been groped? Have you ever asked the women in your family what their experiences have been?

Honestly, the reason that Trump gets away with groping women isn’t because they love getting pawed by some sweaty, obese 60-year old thousandaire with a dead ferret on his head and who thinks he’s God.

He gets away with it because a) he’s in a position of power over them b) he threatens to sue them for libel c) he sends his myrmidons out to claim that they’re all liars. Look at what he’s doing at present to the women who claimed he groped them.

Do you remember what it was like living in the 70s and 80s? Do you know what it was like to be a working woman of that period?


#24 Comment By Traveler On October 13, 2016 @ 11:54 pm

“Morality has no place in politics….”

So you’d have been okay with Hitler’s plans then because, well you know, it had nothing to do with morality, killing supposed undesirables, because, well you know, it was, what, just politics?

Anyway before I get too far, thank you Mr. Dreher for being, well, a real mensch, to borrow an exquisite phrase. You’ve proven especially in these last days that fearless Christians still exist in this world, people with fully functioning moral (yes, moral!) compasses, unafraid to call the vile, vile; unafraid to show integrity; unafraid to be a champion of the Good, the True, and the Beautiful.

I don’t envy you whatever decision you must make at the ballot box next month. But I do envy the boldness with which you think and write as a Christian about your country’s politics. It’s an absolute refreshing experience for a tired soul.

#25 Comment By M_Young On October 14, 2016 @ 1:42 am

There was a certain leader in the first half of the twentieth century. Teetotaler, vegetarian, anti-smoker, one woman man who never had a hint of sexual scandal around his person. Married that long time girlfriend in a moment of gravest difficulties.

#26 Comment By saltlick On October 14, 2016 @ 7:55 am

M DeGroat says:
October 13, 2016 at 12:45 pm

“We know Trump is a “pervert”, and we don’t care about that…”

[NFR: Bye Felicia. — RD]

I’m very happy to see you do this, Rod. This election season, many sites I’ve enjoyed previously have turned into places where you can’t have a reasoned conversation; instead, you encounter 90% name-calling, demagoguery and fanaticism.

#27 Comment By dan On October 14, 2016 @ 8:42 am

Ugh. I hate seeing Christians paint themselves into the corner the secular have prepared for them.

#28 Comment By Potato On October 14, 2016 @ 8:59 am

@M_Young, terrific! One fears that in these days of minimal education not everyone will pick up the reference.

#29 Comment By Franklin Evans On October 14, 2016 @ 9:31 am


I believe that the following puts it best:

Feminism is the radical notion that women are people.
–Cheris Kramarae and Paula Treichler

I also believe you made an excellent point.

#30 Comment By Anne On October 14, 2016 @ 10:09 am

The thing about these allegations is that they’re not surprising. They’re shining the spotlight on the same character flaws his critics have been warning make him unfit for office, problems that go far beyond his treatment of women, which, after all, is the point here, not that he has a libido, a fact he’s been bragging about all along like a frat boy. The venal finger-pointing (he’s now proposing Paul Ryan may have leaked the incriminating tape that set off the current scandal), his very reaction to being criticized illustrates daily why he should never be trusted with a job that requires cool judgment under fire and an ability to put the common good above personal pain or gain. He’s a self-important braggart who makes threats rather than take responsibility for his own actions and he’ll turn on a dime to take down friend or foe if any has the audacity to tell him he did something wrong. You don’t knowingly put a venal bully with impulse issues in charge of the free world, much less The Bomb.

#31 Comment By ginger On October 14, 2016 @ 10:36 am

grumpy: “Loudon is a Fool: Have you ever been groped? Have you ever asked the women in your family what their experiences have been?

Honestly, the reason that Trump gets away with groping women isn’t because they love getting pawed by some sweaty, obese 60-year old thousandaire with a dead ferret on his head and who thinks he’s God.”

I nearly spit out my coffee–thank you.

It does seem there is projection going on here and there–given the different physiology between men and women, there just might be a number of men who really do believe getting groped in first class (and, of course, in their fantasies, the groper would be some 20-something hottie with a large bosom, tight bottom, long, thick hair, and a very short skirt) would be sexually gratifying to them. Great fun, perhaps! Something to brag about to their friends for decades to some “let me tell you about the time in first class that this drop-dead gorgeous hottie started…..”

I’ve never known, read of, or spoken to a woman who would feel the same way about getting p***y grabbed or boob-fondled without their consent, period, the end. No, it’s not a turn-on. No, it doesn’t send pleasurable blood rushes anywhere. No, we are not having ecstatic orgasms when we are pawed at. No, it not something we brag about to our friends at the bar. It’s an assault on ever sense we have, it’s violating, and it’s infuriating.

I do not blame any women for keeping assaults to herself. It’s bad enough to be assaulted. The last thing we need after that is to be skewered by all those who insist we are lying (as manifested by the fact we are not attractive enough to have been lucky enough to have some guy grope our most intimate body parts without our consent), we asked for it, we feel guilty because we secretly loved it, we are Victorian prudes who are making a big deal out of men being men. Ain’t nobody got time (or emotionally energy) for that bull****.

My man is strong–he works a tough physical job and is in great physical shape. He cuts trees to keep us warm in the winter. He is a fantastic fixer and repairs all sorts of stuff around the house. He makes wine and beer. He volunteers in the community. He’s got mad survival skillz, so if the great chastisement comes tomorrow, my children and I are going to be well-positioned to make it. He is a protector and would lay down his life in a heartbeat for me or the children. He’s a Catholic who never misses Sunday mass, is 100% pro-life, and loves saying the Rosary.

He was also marinated post sexual-revolution, and his T levels are just fine. He’s got a a great sex drive and (he would blush) he has zero performance problems even in his early 50s. He does not have a porn problem, he’s no wimp, and he treats women with great respect. Yes, it’s possible for men to be great gentlemen and respecters of women and still be men, even in this day and age. He’s not the only I know, either.

#32 Comment By M_Young On October 14, 2016 @ 11:09 am


Wow, talk about not getting the point. If anyone is the Sultan here it is Hilary. After all, doesn’t she want to let 10s or 100s of thousands more Muslims in the country?

#33 Comment By M_Young On October 14, 2016 @ 11:13 am

” The prudes placed protecting little girls above saving the country from Killary! Benghazi, emails, Vince Foster! #repealthe19th”

Let’s see. How many little girls has Trump actually, you know, harmed?

But I know that at least one American little boy has been harmed killed by Hilary’s chosen policies.

#34 Comment By M_Young On October 14, 2016 @ 11:15 am

Oops, forgot the link to Richard Martin, the young, white American kid in the Boston Bombing Marathon (committed, let’s recall, by asylum seekers).


#35 Comment By JCM On October 14, 2016 @ 11:50 am

Actually, Mr. Young, Adolf Hitler had a relationship with his niece and she committed suicide as a result of their involvement. That seems more than a hint.

#36 Comment By Pepi On October 14, 2016 @ 2:53 pm

[ludo says: October 13, 2016 at 12:52 pm
Political opposition research on oneself is a sine qua non of American campaigning for high office, if it was not undertaken (apparently not even minimally) then one can safely assume the campaign was not genuine ab initio. My point is that such political malpractice, at such a level, cannot be real, the reality must be other than what it is presented to be.]

It has been reported in a variety of media today that Trump’s various campaign managers all requested oppo research on him but DJT refused to allow it. He has not competently run his campaign in many other ways than this one so how could one expect him to competently run the country?

I don’t see how anyone can not see him for the con man and bag of hot air that he is.

#37 Comment By Pepi On October 14, 2016 @ 3:20 pm

Potato, Grumpy, Jamie, Ginger, et. al.

Thank you. Your posts are a great counter to the many toxic ones. You made a lot of great points (women are people too!) but I do have to agree with Ginger that Grumpy hit it out of the park on the coffee-spitting measure! 🙂

#38 Comment By dan On October 15, 2016 @ 8:29 am


you are a lucky woman. I would hope to be able to raise sons to live similarly to your husband.

#39 Comment By Hector_St_Clare On October 15, 2016 @ 9:59 am

Trump is joking – don’t be so righteous and uptight. He likes young women (of legal age). It’s not like he’s actually married an 18 year old, or even anyone under 21. Nor, for the record, has he treated a 21 year old female employee as a human humidor

Good grief.

I can’t believe that I’m actually having to explain what was wrong with Trump’s comments here, but I’ll give it a try (as a guy who is in fact generally attracted to younger women, including in the 18-to-21 range).

Trump saw a 10 year old girl on the elevator and said “I’m going to be dating them in ten years”. The whole force of the joke here depends on the idea that 1) Trump has a habit of dating 20-year-olds, 2) the girl in question is going to be one of the 20-year-old that he would like to date. There’s nothing wrong with the first of those clauses, there’s a whole lot wrong with the second. Because it depends on noticing the attractiveness of a 10-year-old and imagining how they would look in the future, from a sexual standpoint. The problem here isn’t that he sexualizes 20 year olds (as long as it’s consensual- sexualizing each other in voluntary contexts is, you know, part of human nature). The problem is that he sexualized (or if you prefer, pre-sexualized, or pre-emptively sexualized) a 10-year-old. Same kind of thing as when he walked into a room and supposedly was amazed by how attractive the 12-year-old Paris Hilton was. And let’s not get into the totally over the top stuff he said about Tiffany.

Make no mistake, Hillary is a horrifically ideologically toxic candidate. Her love for open borders, Wall Street, confrontation with Russia and abortion on demand makes her someone that no one in good conscience should support. Trump, though, is not any kind of a better option. He may not be ideologically toxic in exactly these ways, but he’s certainly personally toxic.

#40 Comment By Hector_St_Clare On October 15, 2016 @ 10:06 am

As much as I am repulsed by Hugh Hefner, I’d vote for him over Hillary if he was going to protect liberty and economic freedom as long as he would get ride of that damn robe. Strike that– I could handle that better than looking at ugly pant suites for the next four years.

Hugh Hefner, whatever you may think of him, is not a rapist, and his sexual adventures and, for lack of a better word, ‘sexualization’ of women has been restricted to willing and consenting adults. Incidentally, this is a great example of why orthodox/conservative people have lost on so many of the culture war battles, because they can’t tell the difference between promiscuous sex and sexual assault. I understand you disapprove of both, but they are two very different things.

#41 Comment By Noah172 On October 15, 2016 @ 3:00 pm


Please see comments by Dan, Bryan, and me in this thread. The above video is not as clear-cut as you and Rod and others seem to think it is. Trump and whichever person or persons to whom he is speaking are off-camera. The child’s momentary audio may be background noise picked up by the mic (the editors here presume that the voice is female [but you often can’t tell gender with pre-pubescent voices], that she says “yeah,” and that that word is in response to Trump asking about going up the escalator, which the video doesn’t prove at all).

I’m also concerned about the audio being edited (the Billy Bush audio was edited, too — Trump said what he said, but they cut out some of Bush’s words).

You’re a smart guy, so put up your skepticism antenna with these Trump outrage stories, given the MSM’s even-lower-than-usual scruples in defaming him.

#42 Comment By Gin1000 On January 12, 2017 @ 6:30 am

Donald and his family sadly, represent the very worst of mankind:

THE video tape where he admits that he grabs women’s crotches and or kisses women without their consent.

Narcissistic, egotistic, arrogant, vulgar, crass, rude, vengeful, prevaricating, petty, puerile, impulsive, undisciplined, insecure, and just plain disgusting.