1991 – Esquire interview: “You know, it doesn’t really matter what [the media] write as long as you’ve got a young and beautiful piece of ass.”
1997 – The Art of the Comback: “I love you very much, but just in case things don’t work out, this is what you will get in the divorce. There are basically three types of women and reactions. One is the good woman who very much loves her future husband, solely for himself, but refuses to sign the agreement on principle. I fully understand this, but the man should take a pass anyway and find someone else. The other is the calculating woman who refuses to sign the prenuptial agreement because she is expecting to take advantage of the poor, unsuspecting sucker she’s got in her grasp. There is also the woman who will openly and quickly sign a prenuptial agreement in order to make a quick hit and take the money given to her.”
2004 – How to Get Rich: “It’s certainly not groundbreaking news that the early victories by the women on ‘The Apprentice’ were, to a very large extent, dependent on their sex appeal.”
2005 – The Art of Being The Donald: “My favorite part [of ‘Pulp Fiction’] is when Sam has his gun out in the diner and he tells the guy to tell his girlfriend to shut up. Tell that bitch to be cool. Say: ‘Bitch be cool.’ I love those lines.”
2011 – Elizabeth Beck in a CNN interview to Trump’s reaction when a lawyer requested a break to pump breast milk for her baby: “He got up, his face got red, he shook his finger at me and he screamed, ‘You’re disgusting, you’re disgusting,’ and he ran out of there.”
It is amazing that Mr. Trump leads in any of the polls where he, not only makes outrageous sexist statements about women, but hits below the belt with comments towards other races and uncalled-for jabs at his political opponents.
So, why has Donald Trump gained such recognition? Is it honesty that Americans crave so much, that they are willing to accept anything Trump says? Is it due to too many politicians’ sugar-coated speeches that have soured our perception; and how does the rest of the world feel about Trump?
On an international level, there is a vested interest, which even includes the United Kingdom, who are laying their money down on the presidential election.
Whether Trump makes it to the White House or not has piqued the interest of gamblers who typically throw their money down at the Craps tables, Horses or Sports betting and the not-so-typical gambling type. By the time the winner walks through the White House doors, it could be record-breaking wagering in European countries.
According to the popular Ladbroke bookies, it is Trump 4 to 1 for president and 8 to 1 for Hilary Clinton who is the overwhelming favorite.
As for women exclusively, are they forgiving enough to elect Trump? If you are willing to take a gamble, chances are, it would be a resounding unforgiving verdict.