As the November 3 election draws closer, Mr Trump and democrat opponent Joe Biden have been ramping up their campaigns for president. The new onlin
As the November 3 election draws closer, Mr Trump and democrat opponent Joe Biden have been ramping up their campaigns for president. The new online ad was not paid for by Biden’s campaign, but it makes a no-holds-barred attack on the President highlighting his history of comments about women. The campaign follows his niece Mary Trump’s new book being leaked, which states the president made sexual remarks about her in the 1990’s.
MeidasTouch.com made the political video using clips of the president’s questionable remarks on his daughters.
The group is known for making viral political clips, and has titled the video #CreepyTrump.
Lasting less than a minute, the clip highlights Mr Trump’s sexually suggestive comments on Ivanka and Tiffany.
One of the most shocking comments from the President sees him wondering out loud if Tiffany, a baby at the time, would have breasts like her mother.
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Commenting further on Tiffany, Mr Trump laughs to himself about how “she’s got Marla’s legs”.
The clips also shows the President infamously saying he wished he could date Ivanka.
Mr Trump’s quote comes from an appearance on The View, where he said: “She does have a very nice figure.
“I’ve said if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.”
Retweet if you think Donald Trump is a creep. #CreepyTrump pic.twitter.com/KD2TKTO391
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) July 8, 2020
Leaked excepts from Mary Trump’s book on the president added to the controversy.
She wrote: “I was at Mar-a-Lago.
“It was an informal dinner. I was in my bathing suit.
“Uncle Donald came over to me and said, ‘Mary is that you? Wow, you’re stacked.’”
Former national security adviser John Bolton also alleged that Trump has an issue with women.
In an interview with Sky News, Mr Bolton said: “My own opinion, and I can’t prove this, I think he has trouble with women leaders.”
When asked if the president was sexist, Mr Bolton said: “Time and again, we seemed to run into that difficulty.”