Donald Trump brushes off past controversial comments about women as 'entertainment'

Casey Mills
October 20, 2016

In an interview with Las Vegas' KSNV-TV, Trump was asked if he could understand the concern from parents that some of his comments could be hurtful to girls struggling with body image.

Stressing that he greatly respects women, the GOP nominee contended that in the entertainment business "you say things differently for a reason".

But a lot of that was done for the goal of entertainment.

"I think his position is inexcusable", Goen told the site of how Trump, 70, jumped to his own defense when Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton slammed him for picking on Machado because of her post-victory weight gain.

To be fair, Trump's claim that no one respects women more than he does would sound outlandish coming out of anyone's mouth, since you can't mathematically quantify respect. And you say things inversely for a goal."The Apprentice launched in 2004, so if true, Trump was tricking to turn a series of business failures into a lucrative TV and steak business for more than a decade. It's very easy", he said.

One of a slew of American women who are not voting for Trump but who has been for Clinton "all along" is the daughter of diehard Trump supporter and top advisor Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City. Days later, the Associated Press reported that Trump "repeatedly demeaned women with sexist language, according to show insiders" on The Apprentice. Alan Pomerantz, a real estate attorney who represented 72 banks Trump owed money to, told Borger that Trump was actually very close to personal bankruptcy in the early '90s, totally overleveraged with the casinos, an airline, a yacht, a helicopter, and a need to maintain his lavish lifestyle. So let's be the best we can be.

The US Election's focal point has turned its spotlight onto Donald Trump's stance on women.

Throughout the campaign, Trump's poll numbers among women have been far from stellar. The first female campaign manager of a Republican presidential candidate, Conway has an established career advising politicians to win female voters. Furthermore, it's sickening that he would even consider the mistreatment of women entertaining in the first place.

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