Hillary Clinton got under Donald Trump's skin during their first presidential debate when she brought up Donald's fat shaming of former Ms. Universe winner Alicia Machado, but leaked audio from TMZ now confirms that Trump is far more creepier than we thought.
Turns out that while involved with the Miss USA pageant, Trump would hold a private session with all beauty contestants before the pageant and ogle and obsess over their looks, which resulted in tears and shame for the girls who didn't measure up to his standards.
Trump would, according to testimony by former contestants and audio first obtained by TMZ, engage in a troubling practice while overseeing the Miss USA pageant. Dubbed “The Trump Rule,” the ex-reality host would oversee a pre-screening of the Miss USA contestants in revealing outfits and play his own personal game of Hot or Not, dividing the women into groups. He’d then demand that each beauty contestant name another contestant they felt was the most beautiful, and separate the contestants accordingly.
What a guy. Was he wearing a trench coat when he subjected these women to his leers? Now we know why he bought the beauty pageants.
I imagine if Sean Hannity asked the Fox News' Medical-A Team for a diagnosis, would they call this sexual perversion, coming from Donald Trump?
Listen to him fawn all over these women.
“West Virginia, West Virginia—get over here. Beautiful,” utters Trump. “I knew a girl from West Virginia once—she drove me crazy…I loved her. She had no makeup, no nothing. They didn’t know about makeup. You know, in West Virginia, they didn’t know about makeup, they didn’t know about cellulite. Just beautiful.”
The man is disgusting.
Former winner Carrie Prejean, who was able to hold on to her crown the first time she got into trouble because of Trump's intervention, wrote in this in her book.
Donald Trump walked out with his entourage and inspected us closer than any general ever inspected a platoon. He would stop in front of a girl, look her up and down, and say, ‘Hmmm.’ Then he would go on and do the same thing to the next girl. He took notes in a little pad as he went along...Many of the girls found this exercise humiliating. Some of the girls were sobbing backstage after he left, devastated to have failed, even before the competition really began, to impress ‘The Donald.' Most of us respected Donald Trump as an amazing businessman and leader—and certainly I still do. But we naturally felt sorry for the girls who were left in the ‘reject’ line. Even those of us who were among the chosen couldn’t feel very good about it—it was as though we had been stripped bare.”