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What is YOUR reaction to the inappropriate remarks made by Donald Trump regardin

  1. gmwilliams profile image85
    gmwilliamsposted 16 months ago

    What is YOUR reaction to the inappropriate remarks made by Donald Trump regarding women?

    Why do some Trump supporters still dismiss such remarks as only a slip or mistake, even a boys will be boys behavior?  More Republicans are distancing themselves from Trump based upon his inappropriate remarks about women, they are viewing Trump as a political disaster.


  2. Ken Burgess profile image87
    Ken Burgessposted 16 months ago

    I think the media, Establishment, Democrat Party, Clinton Campaign... who-ever you want to credit for this exposure had this, and probably have much more, that they can and will air out in the media over the course of the next 30 days.

    These character flaws of Trump were always known, they looked forward to him being the Republican Candidate mainly because of this, that there was so much material they could use to destroy his reputation/image.

    He remains popular with a majority of Americans because:

    A) He is NOT a career politician and NOT part of the Washington elite.

    B)  He is constantly attacked and belittled by the media, from Foxnews to MSNBC, from the NYTimes to the Post... the media comes up with scandal after scandal, negative report after negative report...

    No one trusts the media... you know... the media that tried to convince American's that Benghazi and the riots across the Middle East were caused by a YouTube video.

    The Media that covered up the Democrat Party's back room deals to destroy Bernie's campaign even as he was winning state after state inspite of their corrupt efforts and coin flips. 

    C) If just about ALL the politicians, media, and whackos in Hollywood are against him... then there MUST be something to what he is saying; and he certainly isn't part of the establishment, but rather, a legit Outsider, and ANY outsider will be supported by many over a canned and corrupt politician who is the poster child for all that is wrong in Washington.

    It doesn't matter, no matter how many votes go to Trump, the Electoral College will hand Hillary the Presidency just like she was handed the nomination for the Dem Party over Bernie. You can take that to the Bank.

  3. erorantes profile image50
    erorantesposted 16 months ago

    I did not hear mister Trump saying those words that many people are talking. In Florida many men talk in that manner. I hear it a few times from men and women. It is better to speak the correct words because many people expect a proper person to be the representatives of the United States. The other things; many people have the same tone of voice. I had a co worker that she could imitated her co workers tone of voice. It was a very worried situation.  Something to think for those who like to hear behind the van.

  4. tamarawilhite profile image91
    tamarawilhiteposted 16 months ago

    Hillary Clinton defended a child rapist she knew was guilty, laughed about it in tapes (and never apologized for laughing about it) and smeared the 12 year old victim at the time and never offered help after the trial for the psychological impact of that.
    Bill Clinton was found guilty of having sex with an intern in the White House and lying in a legal case where he was accused by a woman of sexual assault. And he's been accused of sexual assault by many more.
    The Clinton's ACTIONS are far worse than Trump's words.

    Then there are the constant assaults on Trump that make his statements even more mild in context.
    The political left released nude pictures of Trump's wife and insinuated she was a prostitute. That's worse than the "boy talk" that is less severe than many rap songs. I guess it was OK for him to say those things with Billy Bush then because he was a registered Democrat at the time.
    The tape was only released because the nude photos of Melania Trump didn't work and they needed a sex scandal to distract from the latest Wikileak revelations like the Clinton campaign illegally coordinated with the Soros PAC, her statement that you can have public and private positions (lie to voters on what you think) and wholesale sell out to Wall Street per her speeches.

  5. Elaine Flowers profile image90
    Elaine Flowersposted 16 months ago

    My reaction is the same reaction to ALL of his disrespectful comments over the course of this campaign; he is a despicable human being in every sense of the word. It is interesting to me that his latest comments made about white women is what is getting the biggest response from the Republican Party. They didn't seem to mind much his comments about Muslims and Mexicans (we just don't have him on tape saying disparaging remarks about blacks) but chickens always come home to roost, don't they? This man cares about no one but himself.

  6. The Old Guard profile image72
    The Old Guardposted 16 months ago


    I'm worried less about what Trump says that what bill and hillary do.
    Did any of the women in attendance get an apology from hilary for her accusations that they were liars, bimbo's and whores?
    I didn't hear an "I will make it right" or "I didn't mean to call you liars when I already knew my husband was a sex addict"
    Trump was man enough to apologize - though I wouldn't have. If any "man" says he's never heard anything like that before, he's either deaf,gay or as big a liar as bill is.
    I've heard worse come out of most black women I know - talking about male parts.
    What bunch of hypocrites . Sure am glad I left the U.S.
    Men used to be men, not a bunch of whimps that have to go to the ladies bathroom for their safe zones.
    Get a life...........