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Disturbing Video of Trump Making Lewd Comments About Baby Daughter Dug Up by ‘The Daily Show’

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posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 02:41 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: Hazardous1408




A father starts cupping imaginary breasts with a creepy look on his face...

And the first thing that comes to your mind is not disgust?

Very desperate.


He was clearly referring to Marla's breasts. Not some "future breast".


I will go out on a limb and assume you don't have a daughter. But, if you do, what would you think if one of your male friends came over and said these things? Would you think they were out of line? If not, why not? If so, why is it less creepy for the father to say it?

These are not things that a father who respects women or his own children say. Even though I rarely agree with you, I have to say that even you are surprising me with this defense of Trump's creeper act. I expected more objectivity from you.




posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 02:44 PM
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originally posted by: Painterz
a reply to: Metallicus


I'm pretty certain I've never joked about screwing my daughter.


and of course the right has to include Hillary in there somewhere.....talk about scumbags



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 02:45 PM
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originally posted by: FullBloodedNative

originally posted by: Jmado


Thing is my life isn't dependent on who wins the presidency, I'll still have money good job and hot girl. All that will change is that my perception that the US is full of bottom dwellers will become a realization.

And for real, if you're gonna dog on someone's education you should know about double negatives and how to distinguish you're and your. Lol.


Oops you got me. Yeah but see, you're still not actually doing anything to make America great.


In just the past hour I've zealously advocated before a court of law and taught you some remedial spelling and grammar, so I'm doing my part.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 02:45 PM
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a reply to: Abysha




I will go out on a limb and assume you don't have a daughter. But, if you do, what would you think if one of your male friends came over and said these things? Would you think they were out of line? If not, why not? If so, why is it less creepy for the father to say it?

These are not things that a father who respects women or his own children say. Even though I rarely agree with you, I have to say that even you are surprising me with this defense of Trump's creeper act. I expected more objectivity from you.


You're the one implying he is being "creepy" regarding his own infant child. That is far creepier than what Trump has said regarding his daughter.
edit on 6-4-2016 by LesMisanthrope because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 02:46 PM
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a reply to: Stormdancer777

I feel the same way about politicians. A good majority of them are self-serving lying slime-balls, and could care less about their constituents.

To be honest, I'm holding out hope for Bernie Sanders. He has always been fighting for the little guy since he took office. He's not a millionaire like the majority of them and he speaks sincerely and he's considerate even among his rivals. People want to dismiss him because he was honest and said he was a Socialist Democrat. If he didn't use the dreaded word "Socialist" I can bet he would be sweeping every state.

The reason the guy is getting the kind of support he's getting is because he's addressing the issues affecting the majority of Americans. Call him what you want, but he's the only candidate who feels the pain and unfairness of the American people. Government for and by the people, that's what I think Bernie's committed to. Right now, it's government for and by the corporate elite and political establishment.

...And this announcement was not paid by the Bernie for President campaign.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 02:50 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: MotherMayEye

The point is, why do you care? What thoughts and feelings of your own are taking his comments to be sexual?


The sum total of numerous comments Trump has made about women.

Again, Trump's fault, not mine.

I can't help but recoil at so many things he's said: fat, pig, slob, on your knees, multiple Megyn Kelly comments, the list goes on and on...

I cringe at them all. Women have not seen the inside of the White House as anything but First Lady, so I don't think there's any room for misogyny or sexism in politics. That's not to say I support Hillary (I don't) but I am appalled at how women candidates are treated -- all of them, left, right, even third party candidates.

There's nothing dark or wrong or too personal about my take. It's just a fact: There's no room for misogyny or sexism in politics.

And before you wonder if I give out passes to candidates I prefer, I don't because I am critical of them all.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 02:53 PM
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a reply to: MotherMayEye




The sum total of numerous comments Trump has made about women.

Again, Trump's fault, not mine.

I can't help but recoil at so many things he's said: fat, pig, slob, on your knees, multiple Megyn Kelly comments, the list goes on and on...

I cringe at them all. Women have not seen the inside of the White House as anything but First Lady, so I don't think there's any room for misogyny or sexism in politics. That's not to say I support Hillary (I don't) but I am appalled at how women candidates are treated -- all of them, left, right, even third party candidates.

There's nothing dark or wrong or too personal about my take. It's just a fact: There's no room for misogyny or sexism in politics.

And before you wonder if I give out passes to candidates I prefer, I don't because I am critical of them all.



He's made comments about particular women, not women in general. If you think those women are deserving of kind words simply because they are women, then you are more sexist then Donald Trump. He's mocks them because he doeesn't like them, not because they are women. You've fallen for the propaganda.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 02:57 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: MotherMayEye




The sum total of numerous comments Trump has made about women.

Again, Trump's fault, not mine.

I can't help but recoil at so many things he's said: fat, pig, slob, on your knees, multiple Megyn Kelly comments, the list goes on and on...

I cringe at them all. Women have not seen the inside of the White House as anything but First Lady, so I don't think there's any room for misogyny or sexism in politics. That's not to say I support Hillary (I don't) but I am appalled at how women candidates are treated -- all of them, left, right, even third party candidates.

There's nothing dark or wrong or too personal about my take. It's just a fact: There's no room for misogyny or sexism in politics.

And before you wonder if I give out passes to candidates I prefer, I don't because I am critical of them all.



He's made comments about particular women, not women in general. If you think those women are deserving of kind words simply because they are women, then you are more sexist then Donald Trump. He's mocks them because he doeesn't like them, not because they are women. You've fallen for the propaganda.


I haven't fallen for jack. Trump was asked to describe his temperament with women by Megyn Kelly. Rather than do that, he called Rosie O'Donnell a fat, pig, slob, again.

If he doesn't think I deserve an answer to Megyn's question, then I can only assume the worst based on his answer and record. My interest in his answer didn't matter to him, and I am not giving him the benefit of the doubt.

Trump can't even debate a woman without resorting to crass attacks. He has no respect for women and he shows it. I wouldn't even care if his mouth claimed differently at this point. He had his chance to prove otherwise.
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posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 03:01 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: MotherMayEye




The sum total of numerous comments Trump has made about women.

Again, Trump's fault, not mine.

I can't help but recoil at so many things he's said: fat, pig, slob, on your knees, multiple Megyn Kelly comments, the list goes on and on...

I cringe at them all. Women have not seen the inside of the White House as anything but First Lady, so I don't think there's any room for misogyny or sexism in politics. That's not to say I support Hillary (I don't) but I am appalled at how women candidates are treated -- all of them, left, right, even third party candidates.

There's nothing dark or wrong or too personal about my take. It's just a fact: There's no room for misogyny or sexism in politics.

And before you wonder if I give out passes to candidates I prefer, I don't because I am critical of them all.



He's made comments about particular women, not women in general. If you think those women are deserving of kind words simply because they are women, then you are more sexist then Donald Trump. He's mocks them because he doeesn't like them, not because they are women. You've fallen for the propaganda.


And it is entirely possible when discussing one or a demograph or when "generalizing," as you put it - to do so without making an ass of oneself.

"Subconsciously or consciously, all of the woman on the Apprenctice flirted with me. That was to be expected."

The simple fact that I have an opinion that I don't agree with such statements such as these - for I personally see them as childish, and classless - has nothing to do with "buying the propoganda," or some sort of quasi-reverse psychology that's being pulled.

He mocks them because he doesn't like them? Fair enough.

Far be it for us as a society, in the year 2016, to aspire to something greater than a presidential candidate who stoops to a level of mocking the physical disabilities of disabled people, on top of a many other repulsive acts/opinions.

It is truly not that difficult to not mock other people that one may not agree with.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 03:02 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: Abysha




I will go out on a limb and assume you don't have a daughter. But, if you do, what would you think if one of your male friends came over and said these things? Would you think they were out of line? If not, why not? If so, why is it less creepy for the father to say it?

These are not things that a father who respects women or his own children say. Even though I rarely agree with you, I have to say that even you are surprising me with this defense of Trump's creeper act. I expected more objectivity from you.


You're the one implying he is being "creepy" regarding his own infant child. That is far creepier than what Trump has said regarding his daughter.


No. It's really not. I know you can see that.

There are several other ways he could have answered this question (or any question regarding women) without sounding gross. Even if he meant this in a platonic/paternal way (which I'm willing to entertain), this means that the attributes he expects his wife to pass on are nice legs and big breasts. So... even at the most innocent and generous interpretation, he still shows how he's always viewed women. Again, gross.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 03:16 PM
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originally posted by: FullBloodedNative

originally posted by: matafuchs


Pulling out the Political Pedophile card is sick. Just sick....every single person in America, including Mr British comedian, is using Trump for their 6 minutes of fame. Not 15 because they flame out to fast.



So you can look at a baby and decide they have great legs and that their chest has great potential?


You see, you are taking it to a sick place.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 03:18 PM
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a reply to: MotherMayEye

There is no room for political correctness either. Let's talk about this instead of his tax plan, shall we, instead of using this to try to make Trump look like a pedophile.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 03:19 PM
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a reply to: introvert

then why would she be advising him on this campaign now....

nypost.com...

Then she talks about his big hands...nice!



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 03:27 PM
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originally posted by: matafuchs
a reply to: introvert

then why would she be advising him on this campaign now....

nypost.com...

Then she talks about his big hands...nice!


Despite how Donald Trump treated that woman, she still loved him with all her heart.

Ivana is a damned good woman and stood by him through everything, even after he divorced her and effectively silenced her through court order, so she could not speak about their marriage.

Of course, that all occurred after she accused him of rape in a court deposition. But you already knew about all that. You have defended him on that issue as well.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 03:28 PM
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a reply to: matafuchs

I don't think Trump is a pedo or a perv, but I do believe he has a hard time thinking before he speaks.

He has no filter.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 03:30 PM
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originally posted by: matafuchs
a reply to: MotherMayEye

There is no room for political correctness either. Let's talk about this instead of his tax plan, shall we, instead of using this to try to make Trump look like a pedophile.


Political correctness has nothing to do with it. Does he want my vote or not? Does he want three out of ten women's votes? If so, THIS is how he goes about trying to get them.

If he wants seven out of ten or all of them, he needs to show some maturity and respect.

Trump's choice. As of now, it's been reported that seven out of ten women have an unfavorable view of him.

I don't have to like him and I don't. Do I think he's a pedophile? No, I don't. I think he's a pig who thinks way too highly of himself, and doesn't respect women. He sure seems to think that he's above their questioning and criticism. I don't think he values me, and I don't value him. It's a mutual thing. He's happy with that, I am happy with that...you should just be happy with it, too.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 03:37 PM
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a reply to: introvert

This is true. I will not deny that. However, I trust a person like that more than one that just asks questions back. They are thinking of an answer when they do that.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 03:37 PM
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No. It's really not. I know you can see that.

There are several other ways he could have answered this question (or any question regarding women) without sounding gross. Even if he meant this in a platonic/paternal way (which I'm willing to entertain), this means that the attributes he expects his wife to pass on are nice legs and big breasts. So... even at the most innocent and generous interpretation, he still shows how he's always viewed women. Again, gross.



I don't see that at all. What I do see is quote-mining from disparate times and from disparate contexts in order to defame Trump as an incestuous pedophile, none of which is fuelled by evidence or reason. Fatuous nonsense, and all of you are guilty of it.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 03:39 PM
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Seriously, this is my own opinion and I am not a fan of Trump! I was tossed who to vote for in Michigan between Sanders and Kasich. I went with Kasich for my primary, as a matter of watching all of the debates and deciding who may actually get somethings changed in office.

My point being: I was molested and nearly raped by my father. I know now how he acted and spoke about me. He did not sound like Trump. Trump's innocently tossing out his admirations about his daughter are meaningless.

Honestly, Cruz sounds and acts more like my dad than Trump. Guess that is why he is the last person I would elect. I fear that I may have to barf my way to the polling booth if my choice is between Clinton or Cruz. I don't like HRC either!

Is this an emotional election...Yes, to an extent. I am trying to keep an open mind for November....but my God...ATS has upped my conspiracy meter and I do not know who to trust. Even Sanders has gone grey. Originally I just assumed him to be honest, but honestly, I now think he has no idea how the establishment is going to take advantage of his presidency!

Ugh! Just hating this merry-go round election year and want it to just stop!!!



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 03:41 PM
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All These stories only make him more popular with his supporters.



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