On Thursday, the Times printed its exposé of longtime movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, who has settled numerous claims by women of sexual harassment.
So what did "Hollywood Access" star Donald Trump say about that? He said he’s known Weinstein for a long time and that he’s not surprised. Read all about it in ace Politico reporter Brent Griffith’s article, http://www.politico.com/story/2017/10/07/trump-harvey-weinstein-allegations-sexual-harassment-243565?lo=ap_a1.
A quick look by associate solitary reporter Rebecca Crawford of the notably unattractive photo of Weinstein in its Wikipedia article caused the ever-vigilant Crawford to comment, “God only knows why any woman would find that rich old goat attractive.”
“‘Course, it’s all about power. Just ask Melania."
As Griffith noted, Trump’s oldest son, Donald Trump Jr., has criticized Hollywood celebrities and late-night talk show hosts for failing to criticize Weinstein despite attacking former Fox News host and longtime conservative loudmouth Bill O’Reilly, who was fired from his high-profile role over allegations of sexual harassment.
In a scoop, associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones asked Trump in confidence what he really thinks about the allegations against Weinstein.
“To tell you the truth, Johanna, I’m kinda envious of Harvey. I am a lot richer than he is and I am the world’s most desirable man. Harvey — he’s such an ugly dude and yet he got plenty of p____. But when you’re as desirable as I am, women let you do whatever you want.”
“Not only that, Johanna, one of the many reasons I beat Crooked Hillary is that my alienated white male base really liked what I did in the Hollywood Access tape.”
“Senators like Cory Gardner pretended to be shocked by that video, but they did what all politicians do: they lie through their teeth.”
“As my close personal friend and RNC Chair Ronna Romney
McDaniel — you know, Mitt’s niece — knows full well, I have never told a lie, just like George Washington."