We already know Donald Trump is a racist, a liar, a failed businessman who drove several of his companies into bankruptcies, a deadbeat who stiffs companies and small business operators, a con artist who bilks investors while raking in millions in “management fees,” a huckster who defrauded students with his fake “university” and an adulterer who admitted cheating on at least two of his three wives.
Now, by his own words and his repeated actions, we now also know he is a serial sexual predator and a dirty old man who walked unannounced into Miss Teenage America pageant dressing rooms and leered at naked girls as young as 15.
Trump admitted walking into the dressing rooms of such events like Miss Teenager and Miss Universe because “I was the owner of the pageants and I had the right to walk into any place I wanted. ”
Politics make strange bedfellows and those who choose to make their beds with this man should be ashamed.
On a video tape released a week ago, Trump bragged about attempting to bed a married woman (TV show host Nancy O’Dell), admitted he likes to grope women’s sexual parts and used graphic language to describe his horny habits.
“I’m a star,” he says and claims he does “whatever I want” to any woman in reach.
Now he says it was all just “locker room talk” and he and his surrogates claim all men talk like that to each other and it is “no big thing.”
Was it a “no big thing” when shock jock Howard Stern said Trump’s daughter was a beautiful “piece of ass” and he agreed, adding that he would “date her” if she were not his daughter?
On June 20 of this year, a woman filed a rape charges in a federal case against Trump in New York, saying he assaulted her in 1994, when she was 13.
Defendant Trump initiated sexual contact with Plaintiff at four different parties. On the fourth and final sexual encounter with Defendant Trump, Defendant Trump tied Plaintiff to a bed, exposed himself to Plaintiff, and then proceeded to forcibly rape Plaintiff. During the course of this savage sexual attack, Plaintiff loudly pleaded with Defendant Trump to stop but with no effect. Defendant Trump responded to Plaintiff’s pleas by violently striking Plaintiff in the face with his open hand and screaming that he would do whatever he wanted.
Immediately following this rape, Defendant Trump threatened Plaintiff that, were she ever to reveal any of the details of the sexual and physical abuse of her by Defendant Trump, Plaintiff and her family would be physically harmed if not killed.
Attorney and NBC News legal analyst Lisa Bloom wrote a long, detailed report about the rape charges against Trump and noted that the mainstream media, which Trump claims digs up all the dirty they can find about him, ignored this case.
Bloom notes Trump’s first wife also said he raped her but she dropped the charges as part of their divorce settlement and she lists two other times Trump was charged with rape.
CBS this week found a videotape where Trump, on Entertainment Tonight, told a 10-year-old girl that he would be “dating her in about 10 years.”
As a reporter for more than half a century, I have covered too many heinous crimes committed by men against women. I listened to a man admit molesting his granddaughter with a claim that “I loved my granddaughter. I guess a loved her too much.”
Last year, I covered a trial in Southwestern Virginia where a Richard Earl Bishop, 42-year, told a judge that he should not be convicted of raping a child because “I love her and that is not rape.” He’s now serving multiple life sentences without parole.
Sexual predators are cancers in our society. Why does the Republican party, which wanted to impeach President Bill Clinton nearly two decades ago, now want to put a sexual predator into the White House?
Trump, in the 2005 videotape, admitted actions that fall under the legal description of sexual assault. He bragged about it.
When challenged, he verbally assaults women in public, calling them “fat pigs” and “whores” and worse.
He claims he admires women. Perhaps he admires some as sexual objects but little else. Other women now have come forward with detailed stories about his assaults.
Trump, as he usually does, claims the women are “liars” and says he has “proof” they are not telling the truth.
Of course, he is vague about “the proof.” He has claimed such things in the past and the so-called proof never emerged. He claimed, for example, that questions about the questionable path his current wife, Melania, took to obtain citizenship, would be answered in a press conference that never occurred.
He claimed he had documents that “proved” his attempt to question the validity of President Barack Obama’s citizenship but that proof never appeared and he now admits Obama birth was in Hawaii, not Kenya, but he never apologized for his lies.
He claimed he saw a videotape of “thousands of Muslims” in New York and New Jersey cheering the destruction of the twin towers of The World Trade Center but no such video never emerged.
Trump promised to release his tax returns but then claimed they were under audit and he could not do so. The Internal Revenue Service says an audit does not prohibit release of the returns.
So, we ask serial liar Donald Trump to show us his “proof” that the charges of sexual assault against an increasing number of women are untrue.
He can’t and he won’t. The man who shouts “I’m telling you the truth” and “you can trust me, and only me” in his rallies is a serial liar.
Now we know he also is a serial sexual predator. He admitted as such in a video tape in 2005.
Instead of the White House, Donald J. Trump should be on New York’s sexual offender database. That’s the only public recognition he should achieve and the only way he should be remembered.
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