Sunday, October 9, 2016

12 Things Donald Trump Has Said About Women

Source: Regated


Everyone is now consumed with a recording of a private conversation Trump had on a hot mic a decade ago, in which he spoke about his romantic life. Some in the media have described the conversation as "vulgar," but to the average folk, the conversation sounds playful in nature and unserious.

Indeed, the conversation sounds like one man and woman, both old and young, have every single day. My die-hard Catholic grandmother has said worse. Regardless, these sensational stories universally overlook the positive things Trump says, specifically with respect to his view of women.

Accordingly, here is a small sample of how Trump actually views women:

1. "When I chose Carolyn Kepcher to be my co-judge on The Apprentice, I did so with total confidence. . . . I picked Carolyn, in part, for her role as co-judge, because I knew as one of the show's producers we valued a woman's perspective as a judge . . . But I would have picked her in any event because I value her opinions and insights and counsel so highly." — Donald Trump writing in the forward to Carolyn Kepcher's book, "Carolyn 101: Business Lessons from the Apprentice."

2. "The first time I met Carolyn, I saw potential in her. The first time I saw the golf course now known as Trump National, I saw potential in the course, potential that Carolyn Kepcher has helped me capture in the succeeding years. I am proud to report that ten years later, both Carolyn and the golf course have exceeded all expectations." — Donald Trump writing in the forward to Carolyn Kepcher's book, "Carolyn 101: Business Lessons from the Apprentice."

3. "[Carolyn Kepcher] is a pretty blonde. But I didn't see her prettiness, I saw her intelligence." — Donald Trump in a 2004 interview for Dateline NBC.

4. "[Carolyn Kepcher] had this certain smartness. She was smart, she was cunning, she was tough. She saw men fail and she thought she could do it better than the men. And she did." — Donald Trump in a 2004 interview for Dateline NBC.

5. "The person I hired to be my personal representative overseeing the construction, Barbara Res, was the first woman ever put in charge of a skyscraper in New York. She was thirty-three at the time, she'd worked for HRH, and I'd met her on the Commodore job, where she'd worked as a mechanical superintendent. I'd watched her in construction meetings, and what I liked was that she took no guff from anyone. She was half the size of most of these bruising guys, but she wasn't afraid to tell them off when she had to, and she knew how to get things done." — Donald Trump writing in the Art of the Deal

Please go to Regated to read the entire list.

2 comments:

  1. OPEN MESSAGE TO TRUMP:

    They are faking you out.

    They want you to be afraid to be the same guy that took out seventeen opponents with kamikaze tactics that included sharp, hilarious insults.

    They want you to lay down your weapons (hilarious insults).

    They are using everyone against you, including Pence. Don’t let the sad and disappointed looks of those who surround you hypnotize you to sleep (so that you fail to deliver hilarious insults).

    The “new Trump” is the leader we have come to know. Please leave him in the closet Sunday night – he won’t be needed.

    The ‘old Trump” is the guy that takes no prisoners at debates. He’s allowed out Sunday night. Bring him with you.

    Don’t believe ANYONE (even your family) that tells you to hold back for fear of offending people even more. No one who can think is offended. That sleaze tape, in the end, is comic relief. Let the holier-than-thou’s cry in their strawberry quik. This Sunday night, be the very same guy that was hidden-mic’d on that bus eleven years ago – all braggadocio and feinting bravado – and then watch yourself sail to victory.

    Go in there and insult the heck out of the entire establishment. Pull no punches. Be as nasty as you can be. Fight dirty and fight sensationally.

    The debate is not a measure of your ability to lead the country. It’s a measure of your individuality and your cajones. America wants to see cajones – you know, the “furniture.”

    Leave your contrition home, please.

    Be Trump – and I mean the obnoxious, arrogant New Yorker. That’s who every single human being has bought tickets to see.

    Leave the nice guy at home. He’s boring in the ring.

    If they put up some infant sad sack to guilt you to smithereens, insult the little turd. Turn it back on them. Make us laugh. Say what we want to say but are afraid to say. That’s your path to victory.

    You WILL NOT offend America if you fight dirty and hard Sunday night.

    You WILL NOT offend America if you insult every establishment creep – no matter the age, creed, nationality, or sex) – that crosses your path.

    You WILL offend America if you wimp out again.

    You WILL offend America if you don’t deliver the knock-out punches (hilarious insults).

    Go New York style, or just stay home.

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  2. Hillary called her own voter base a bucket of losers!

    After that, SAY THIS: "If Hillary thinks Trump supporters are a "basket of deplorables" and her own voter base is "a bucket of losers" then CLEARLY she does not represent America. Who does she really represent? THE ONE PERCENT GLOBAL ELITE, there is nothing else!
    THEN TAKE THE CAPTURE OF HER SPEECH TO GOLDMAN SACHS AND EMBED IT BELOW THAT, TO PROVE THIS IS NOT B.S. AND THAT SHE REALLY DID CALL HER OWN VOTERS A BUCKET OF LOSERS!


    http://82.221.129.208/bucketoflosers.gif

    Hillary cannot survive such clear proof that she "deplores" the entire population of America, and wishes only to serve the elite. This needs to be spread far and wide, ARCHIVE AND POST!

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