Trump casse une bouteille de champagne sur une limousine estampillée Playboy pendant que plusieurs Playmates visitent New York. «La beauté est la beauté, regardons ce qui se passe à New York», déclare Trump.
Trump breaks a bottle of champagne on a Playboy-branded limo while several of the Playmates are visiting New York City. “Beauty is beauty, and let’s see what happens with New York," Trump says.
The front page of Friday's edition featured a tease of the editorial, with the headline "TRUMP UNFIT FOR THE PRESIDENCY."
"I guess I could say 'he.' It's so natural. No, it's so natural."
"I think as fascinating to look at how the elite media bought — this is the new Benghazi lie."
"I've officially been mentioned in a presidential debate. It was weird."
"And he bit his tongue, and he was a gentleman, and I thought in many ways that was the most important moment of the whole evening.
"It's amazing when you hear her talk about sexism and these various claims, which are ridiculous, aside from obviously Bill, her husband, being maybe the worst that's ever lived."
"The only tax return they care about is the one they are forced and required to file on April 15, and they would rather not think about that.”
“The people on our show aren't making up lies. They're upset. They're angry. That's totally different than Trump,” Springer told BuzzFeed News.
"Every night she calls up crying and bitching. And I said to him, 'Get a divorce cause you're never going to change.'"
"Our approach has been to provide outlook and constructs for policy because if we go into the specific details, we just get murdered in the press."
"Subió alrededor de 55 libras en un período de nueve meses. Era como una máquina de comer", dijo Trump en el programa de Howard Stern.
"He is basically dragging us back to the most painful time in American history."
"She gained about 55 pounds in a period of nine months. She was like an eating machine," Trump told Stern.
"It showed people that look, you wanna play games, the other side can play games, too, and it's not gonna be very funny."
"Shame on me," Fred Doucette told BuzzFeed News of his Facebook comment, and expressed regret repeatedly.
Al Baldasaro says he stands by the remark, but was misunderstood. "Naturally, you have to go in front of a court and be found guilty. If somebody didn't understand that, then I'm sorry."
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