In an interview he did with radio host Howard Stern back in 1998, Donald Trump compared sex to going to battle in Vietnam, telling the shock jock host:
“Well, I don’t know, you know there’s lots of different ways of doing it. It’s a very complicated subject. They say that more people were killed by women in this act than killed in Vietnam, OK.”
Trump has also called women “killers,” remarking:
“Women have one of the great acts of all time. The smart ones act very feminine and needy, but inside they are real killers.”
From what he says and does, there can be no doubt that Trump is a sexist and rabidly misogynistic. The deeper question is, Why?
Based on what a former staffer on Trump’s former NBC show “The Apprentice” is saying about the Donald, both his poor health and hatred of women may be tied to a disease he picked up during one of sexual escapades.
Noel Casler is that former staffer. He now works as a stand-up comedian and has previously alleged that Trump had a multi-year drug habit, crushing up and snorting Adderall, which is a form of prescription speed often used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and narcolepsy.
Earlier this year, Casler posted this on Twitter:
Fun Fact: Trump has had a longer relationship with Valtrex than he has with his current wife. Crew was warned to wear gloves when handling his water glass after he drank from it on ‘Apprentice’ @realDonaldTrump
— NoelCaslerComedy (@CaslerNoel) February 18, 2020
Keep in mind there’s no way to confirm that Trump has ever had herpes or taken Valtrex. And since he refuses to release his medical records, we’ll probably never know for sure.
Here’s the thing: What do we really know about Donald Trump, other than what he has allowed us to see over the years? He’s a shameless self-promoter who clearly thinks any publicity is good publicity, but he tightly controls what anyone is allowed to know about his life away from the spotlight.
But ask yourself this question: Do you find it the least bit difficult to believe that Trump has been diagnosed with one (or several) STDs over the years?