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On Saturday afternoon, CNN issued various audio snips from the Howard Stern program, of discussions among Donald Trump and Howard Stern. In the freshly rediscovered snips as Trump makes questionable remarks about his daughter, Ivanka, and talks about his views on sex with females who are menstruating, sex with black women, threesomes, sex habits, sex with Miss USA contestants, and more.

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Some of the snips highlight Trump discussing Ivanka’s physique. In a September 2004 discussion, Stern challenges Trump if he can relate to Ivanka as a bit of ass. Trump replies yes, and that his daughter is impressive, states Trump, and following a second back and forth, Stern questions: “Can I say this? A piece of ass,” to which Trump replies with “Yeah.”

In an October 2006 discussion, when Stern made a remark about Ivanka’s boobs and questioned if she had received implants, Trump replied that she’s really always been pretty salacious. That she’s tall, she’s nearly 6 feet tall and she’s an astonishing vision.

Mother Jones and different outlets have previously written snips of Trump making rude remarks about females on Stern’s program, including one where he announces that Jennifer Lopez’s bottom is too large. In another, Trump reacts to an inquiry from Stern about if he’d stay with Melania if she was mutilated in a car collision by questioning, “How do the breasts look?”

In a 1997 discussion snip uncovered by CNN, Stern questions Trump if he’s ever had sex with a menstruating female. “Donald, seriously, you would not, right, am I correct?” Stern remarks.

Trump announces that he’s been there and that we all have. I can’t speak for the remainder of our society, and I’m certain numerous men have, but not all of them.

Later in the same discussion, Stern questions Trump if he’s ever had a black woman in bed. Trump answers by questioning Stern what his interpretation of black is. Stern says that it’s amusing, seeing as his bed is a rainbow. The rainbow alliance, as Rev. Jesse would answer,” replies Trump.

In further interviews distributed by CNN, Trump announces age 35 check-out time when it comes to leaving women and replies to a subject about whether he’s had a threesome, and he said that we all have had a threesome.

I’m not convinced the overall populace would agree with that, and to my understanding, I’m not certain if that would be everyone’s cup of tea. I think we need to educate Donald Trump on the art of sexual activity between lovers.

From the noises of what Trump is showing us, obviously, passion is dead and buried, and apparently, we are endeavouring back to the caveman, and I’m working very hard to understand where this man gets his ideas from, obviously from underneath his very expensive toupee, that looks a bit like a rug.

Yes, that’s right, Donald Trump does not wear a toupee, it’s been established. What do they say about assumption being the brother of all fuck-ups? Of course, it’s the mother of all fuck-ups, stupid. Brother, mother, any other sucker. It doesn’t make any difference. He’s still a fucking idiot and he might not wear a toupee, but still looks like he’s wearing one.

If he believes that people all over the world involve themselves in threesomes, then he’s more of a moron than I imagined, but he’s got a tremendous amount of fans in people, mind you, that don’t indicate much, Hitler had an immense following, and look what happened there.

People need to be armed with lots of information about this man before they start following him around like the pied piper of Hamlin, but at the moment all they are armed with is bad breath, colourful language, and a feather duster.

He actually doesn’t have to compete for the presidency, considering that he has a share in most businesses in the United States: Real Estate, Hotels, Skyscrapers, Plaza’s, Casino’s, Hotels, Golf courses, Football and boxing, Beauty Pageants, Universities, Branding and licencing, and has twice been chosen for an Emmy Award, that’s probably because he’s a bit of a comedian, and actually shouldn’t be taken too seriously.

Model management and presently electioneering. Is there nothing this man can’t do or doesn’t control? And even though I applaud his chutzpah, I find the man himself repugnant. But people seem to have a deep affection for him, and that is their weakness.

Donald Trump is supposedly not a sideshow but the central performance in the GOP presidential sweepstakes. People like his character and his politics. Some people not only like his beliefs, but they further admire the way that he conveys it, but their stupidity might be his one and only saving grace to become elected as the President of the United States.

Shyster comes to mind when I study this man, but he’s a smart shyster and not stupid at all. Shrewd people like this would take the pickings from their grandmother’s nose and sell it, making a large deal of interest. Plus if Trump becomes President, he will sell the people of America down the swanny river.

Charm, plus a strong message has always been the recipe for political victory. Trump is frequently incorrect, but what matters is that he constantly appears right, of course, he does, that’s because he’s attempting to pull the wool over everyone’s eyes.

The people are reacting to his dynamism, to order, to movement, to smiling, to facial emotions that convey his authority. Couple that supreme confidence with simplistic, spontaneous statements that resonate with citizens on a profound level. The effect is a psychologically intoxicating blend.

The more Trump is scrutinised, the more successful he seems to get. Nothing appears to be able to put them off their candidate. In fact, when competitors tackle him, Trump’s numbers go up, however, there is a contention among people that I’ve seen over the internet over the past couple of weeks regarding Trump, particularly with this Robert De Niro thing that has gone viral.

US superstar Robert De Niro has bulldozed a brutal assault at Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, describing him a pig and declaring he would like to punch him in the face, well, we are all allowed to judge.

Robert described Trump as stupid, and stupid he is not, otherwise he wouldn’t have his thumb in every pie. He might be a bully, a mongrel, a mutt who doesn’t do his homework, and who doesn’t care, but none of them actually care, and when it comes down to it, they assure the people this and that but never come up with the goods, and if chosen could be a really dangerous person.

Robert stated that it makes him so furious that the country has reached a point that this idiot, has wound up where he has. Quite… it’s not hard to reach where he has got, particularly when his money has got him there. I don’t reckon he would have got anyplace without all his billions of bucks, and without it, he would just be a nothing, in fact, he would never have been discovered.

Why would Trump want to hit people in the face? That’s clearly not the way to go about things, which leads me back to, how in the Hades has he become so successful with an approach like that?

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De Niro made reference to the evidence that in February the billionaire announced he wanted to strike a radical at one of his demonstrations, and in March Mr Trump announced he would meet the legal costs of a man who punched another protester at a demonstration. Is he presently developing a new Hitler regime, well, obviously so with all his german ancestry?

A video was created as part of the #VoteYourFuture campaign, which highlights celebs asking people to use their democratic power and pitch their vote in the polls this November. Those who took part in the move to increase elective support included Julia Roberts, Leonardo DiCaprio and Samuel L. Jackson.

They were all asked one simplistic inquiry: “What do you care about?”

What do the people of America care about? Plus people need to air on caution when responding to this inquiry since this is a pretty tense time, but the importance should be about what people care about, what they desire for their country. It’s about them, and their country, not about how many majorities they can give to Trump because they don’t need to give him the Trump card.

He is now a billionaire in his own right, what does he want with the rest of the country? What, does this man need to feel powerful, god-like perhaps, or does he just want to take over the world?

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