Donald Trump Has Admitted That He Was ‘Sexually Attracted’ To Ivanka When She Was Only 13

Even though he may constantly change his mind, one thing remains steadfast when it comes to Donald Trump: He’s a major league pervert.

For example, Trump has said he finds his daughter, Ivanka, to be more sexually appealing than his wife, Melania. And he thought so when she was just 13.

This admission, which appeared in the draft of an article by the Washington Post’s Richard Cohen, was later removed from the final draft which was published. Originally, Cohen had this quote from Trump:

“Is it wrong to be more sexually attracted to your own daughter than your wife?”

Cohen’s piece, titled “Our Next President, The Godfather,” was published first in 2016, but it was lacking the controversial line shown above.

Here’s the full excerpt as it originally appeared:

“Jared Kushner, our Tom Hagen, who married Trump’s stunning daughter Ivanka — ‘Can I ask you something?’ Trump asked someone I know, about his then-13-year-old kid, ‘Is it wrong to be more sexually attracted to your own daughter than your wife? — has lately lost some of this Boy Scout aura. It turns out Kushner’s admission to Harvard was preceded by his father’s $2.5 million pledge.”

All the Post would say about the removed line was this murky comment from editorial page editor Fred Hiatt:

“We edit every column to try to make it as good as it can be. We don’t think it would be fair to our writers to discuss the editing process, and don’t see what is to be gained by talking about things that are not published—there are countless drafts that never see the light of day.”

Given that this isn’t the first time Trump has made such disturbing remarks about his daughter, it seems likely that such a quote did come from his mouth. On another occasion, Trump told a reporter this about Ivanka:

“Yeah, she’s really something, and what a beauty, that one. If I weren’t happily married and, ya know, her father . . . ”

Our incestuous President also had this to say about his little girl:

“She does have a very nice figure. I’ve said if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.”

Or there’s this quote from an interview Trump gave to Howard Stern:

“You know who’s one of the great beauties of the world, according to everybody? And I helped create her. Ivanka. My daughter, Ivanka. She’s 6 feet tall, she’s got the best body.”

Apparently, we don’t have a Commander-in-Chief. Instead, we have a Pervert-in-Residence at the White House.


Newt Gingrich Reveals What The ‘Trump Diet’ Consists Of, And It’s Enough To Give You Cardiac Arrest

Donald Trump is not a healthy man, mentally or physically.

On the mental health side, President Trump is a pathological liar, a textbook narcissist, and a sociopath. He cares for no one but himself and his family. Everyone else can go to hell.

Physically, the president is clearly overweight, doesn’t exercise, and has the diet of a teenager. He admits that he loves fast food. And now we have confirmation of that from a book written by Newt Gingrich entitled Understanding Trump. On the subject of what Trump eats, the former Speaker of the House writes:

“Anytime a meal was served when I flew with candidate Trump aboard his nicely outfitted 757, it was invariably McDonald’s, Wendy’s, or a similar fast food.”

A 71-year-old man who eats fast food all the time. Does that sound healthy to you?

Time magazine recently did a profile of President Trump and noted this about his eating habits at the White House:

“As he settles down, they bring him a Diet Coke, while the rest of us are served water, with the Vice President sitting at one end of the table. With the salad course, Trump is served what appears to be Thousand Island dressing instead of the creamy vinaigrette for his guests. When the chicken arrives, he is the only one given an extra dish of sauce. At the dessert course, he gets two scoops of vanilla ice cream with his chocolate cream pie, instead of the single scoop for everyone else.”

Thousand Island dressing is loaded with sugar and high in cholesterol. It may well be the most unhealthy of all salad dressings. And chocolate cream pie with two scoops of ice cream tells you that not only does the president need the selfish assurance that he has more than anyone else at the table, but that he also has a major sweet tooth he regularly indulges. Hello diabetes!

Impeachment may not be necessary. Trump may remove himself from office by way of a massive heart attack or stroke. No wonder Mike Pence is working so hard to stay in shape.

Domestic Terrorism Media in America

MSNBC Guest On Trump: ‘What A Pathetic, Sniveling Little Nano-President’ (VIDEO)

Last week President Trump had a perfect opportunity to step up and act like a statesman. The terrorist incident in Virginia, perpetrated by a white nationalist from Ohio, afforded Trump a chance to denounce such domestic hate groups. Instead he said the violence came from “many sides.”

Monday morning on the MSNBC show Morning Joe, a discussion of Trump’s actions in light of the Charlottesville tragedy began with panelist Frank Bruni of the New York Times commenting that Trump’s fellow Republicans are starting to distance themselves from the president:

“If we’re trying to look for some silver lining here, something good to come out of it, he’s making many Republicans who were mealy-mouth on this or came out and made their principles clear. He’s making them say very sharp things they haven’t said before. When we’re done with Donald Trump, and I look forward to that day, these statements will live on.”

That led Richard Haas, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, to note:

“This is a country that’s been ravaged by terrorism for decades. What we saw the other day was terrorism. The intentional use of force against civilians for political purpose. When this woman was killed, and the car mowed down people, that’s domestic terrorism in the United States. You can’t separate who we are at home from what we project abroad. What happened the other day is not just domestic reality also an expression of what the United States now is.”

But it was CNBC host Donny Deutsch who had the most damning criticism of Trump:

“What a pathetic, sniveling, little nano-president he is. A coward. You don’t need a kitchen cabinet to outline how to deal with this.”

Donald Trump is an embarrassment to this country. With each new day, he proves just how unfit he is to be the leader of anything. He is a disgrace to the office he holds and to all of humanity.

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Americans Asked To Describe Trump With One Word–Results Guaranteed To Piss Off The Orange Menace

Here’s a question that every American can answer without having to expend much mental energy: What one word pops into your head when you hear the name Donald Trump?

What did you come up with? For me, it’s liar, because that’s what the president does anytime he opens his mouth or picks up his phone and tweets.

But Quinnipiac University did a scientific poll where they asked the very same question, and the top response from their survey also makes a lot of sense: Idiot. It was the choice of 39 percent of those who took part in the poll. And here are some other results:



I see mine–liar–came in a fairly close third place. Not bad. But take a look at some of the other words on the list: Ignorant. And this is the man we trust with our nuclear arsenal? Incompetent. But we’re gonna get tired of all the “winning” with him as president? Disgusting. This is who we want our children to emulate and admire? Not this parent! Despicable. But we want this man to represent us on the world stage and be the first person others think of when they reflect on the United States?

Then again, there are other words that are absent from the list which may well warrant inclusion. Words like traitor, criminal, and lunatic.

Make no mistake, Donald Trump is the biggest mistake this country has ever made when it comes to the White House. While many compare him to Richard Nixon, Nixon was a freaking nuclear scientist with the ethics of Mother Theresa compared to Trump.

So raise a glass to Idiot President Trump. We salute your incompetence as we shake our heads and pray you’re removed from office very soon.

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GOP Whining The Trump Adminstration

WATCH: Trump Supporter Gets Mocked For Calling The Donald A ‘Genius’

Donald Trump may be a lot of things–a bully, a braggart, a blowhard, an impulsive man-child–but as he’s proven repeatedly since he became president, he most certainly isn’t the sharpest knife in the drawer.

Despite that, Trump supporter and former GOP Congressman Jack Kingston chose to defend Trump on CNN Friday evening, even going so far as to attempt an explanation of the “genius” of the president.

As part of a discussion of the president’s performance at the G20 meeting in Hamburg, guest Van Jones remarked that Trump had not mentioned the growing threat from North Korea once in public statements from Germany:

“We have an actual madman in North Korea with actual nuclear missiles who is apparently now able to hit Hawaii and Alaska – American soil. That should be – full stop – the agenda for the United States, to rally the world to stop the threat.”

This led Kingston to make reference to the “genius of Donald Trump,” and for that patently ridiculous comment, Jones told Kingston:

“Listen, when you are in your little bathtub with your rubber ducky and telling yourself these stories, that’s wonderful. The rest of the country is looking at what they’re actually seeing, which is somebody who one he is given a script and something to say and do, he apparently can do a decent job, but the minute he runs into the restroom or closet and can get his phone out, he starts doing nutty stuff.

“It’s not good for America. If this is genius, we got a bunch of genius kindergartener.”

Jones also used a reminder from not-so-distant history to make his point:

“I want to say one last thing — the summer before 9/11 we talked about Gary Condit and Chandra Levy and distracting ourselves while enemies plotted and gathered. Right now you have a plot gathering against this country from North Korea and we’re talking about everything but that because of your president.”

Donald Trump is NOT a genius. He may well be the greatest threat this country and the world have ever had to deal with.


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