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Mr Trump’s history of denigrating women has come to fore of the US presidential debate, after audio tapes emerged of him boasting about “grabbing them by the p***y” from a 2005 recording of Access Hollywood. Every guy in the country wants to go out with my daughter.
Here’s a recap of all the way he has spoken about one of the most important women in his life, Ivanka Trump. But she’s got a boyfriend.” On The Howard Stern Show, 2004 Mr Trump replies in the affirmative when host Howard Stern asks him if he can call Ivanka "a piece of ass”.
Or, Trump may have become irritated by some tic in Comey’s testimony to Congress, judged him too ambitious, looked up at the portrait of Andrew Jackson for inspiration, and had the man fired.
After all, they loved it when he did it on reality TV. The continuing questioning of Trump’s legitimacy as president, and the resultant dilution of his powers, must be profoundly irritating to a man who has shown — in his ongoing demeaning of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, and his insistence that his election victory, or Inauguration Day crowds, were bigger and more imposing than reported — such sensitivity. And that has prompted calls for a select committee of Congress, or a panel of respected national leaders like the 9/11 Commission, and/or an independent counsel to take over the inquiry.
Last month e Harmony’s CEO Grant Langston said the 17-year-old company — one of the original online dating hubs — noticed a 35 percent jump in activity since election day.
I've said if Ivanka weren't my daughter, perhaps I'd be dating her." “Isn’t that terrible? Trump engages in the discussion, saying she has not.Since his election, the president has become a new measure of compatibility – much like someone’s age, religion, wanting kids or simply finding things in common.Dating, online and off, is more supercharged with politics than it’s ever been, said online dating experts who specialize in matchmaking.“I’ve never seen it like this before, where people say ‘no’ to Trump supporters, or they only want to date other Trump supporters,” she said.
“It tells me that people are valuing politics much higher as a preference than they were before. It’s another example of how massively our dating culture has changed over the past four years, partly because of politics and also because of technology.” Tinder allows people 500 characters to write their profiles. Since January, many are using that limited space to make it public how much they detest Donald Trump.
In the treacherous, amusing and sometimes rewarding world of online dating, Donald Trump has become the newest way to find – or reject – a romantic match. “Trump voters please swipe left, and go to your room and think about what you’ve done,” wrote another Tinder user, referring to the way to dismiss a potential date in the app.