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Earlier today I published an article about how the mainstream media will do everything in its power to rip down Donald Trump until there is nothing left to rip at.  In the article I beg you to do your part to fight back — read the article and you’ll understand what I mean.

I wrote the article because of a long-winded hit piece written in the New York Times which attempts to make Trump appear like the worst guy on earth.   It makes Trump out to be a cruel and horrible womanizer. They make him appear psychotic and obsessed over beautiful woman.

First of all, we live in a world where beauty is all around us.  We all love to look at beautiful things — whether it’s a beautiful car, a beautiful home, or a beautiful person.  There is nothing wrong with it.

It doesn’t make you, me, or Trump animalistic or devilish.   It makes us human.  And I beg — no — I challenge — any writer who writes for one of these magazines to step forward and swear on whatever it is they want to swear on, or whoever it is they want to swear to, that they themselves are not attracted to beautiful people.

The New York Times spent six weeks interviewing more than 50 people to get a glimpse of Donald Trump’s private behavior with women over the past 40 years. What the paper found is not flattering, or so claims USA TODAY.

The USA TODAY is as liberal leaning as the NY TIMES, and it too will do everything it can to see to it that Trump is not the president.  In the same way they ripped at Romney and overlooked Obama, these liberal rags and the many others like them will stop at nothing to push the progressive narrative that keeps this country from getting ahead.

According to the NY TIMES, “the accounts reveal unwelcome romantic advances, unending commentary on the female form, a shrewd reliance on ambitious women, and unsettling workplace conduct, according to the interviews, as well as court records and written recollections.”

Here are some excerpts:

Donald was having a pool party at Mar-a-Lago. There were about 50 models and 30 men. There were girls in the pools, splashing around. For some reason Donald seemed a little smitten with me. He just started talking to me and nobody else.

He suddenly took me by the hand, and he started to show me around the mansion. He asked me if I had a swimsuit with me. I said no. I hadn’t intended to swim. He took me into a room and opened drawers and asked me to put on a swimsuit.

–Rowanne Brewer Lane, former companion

Ms. Brewer Lane, at the time a 26-year-old model, did as Mr. Trump asked. “I went into the bathroom and tried one on,” she recalled. It was a bikini. “I came out, and he said, ‘Wow.’ ”


Boarding School ‘Ladies’ Man’…. young Donald Trump paid careful mind to the kind of girls he brought to school. They had to be gorgeous — 10s, in his future parlance.

“Donald was extremely sensitive to whether or not the women he invited to campus were pretty,” recalled George White, a fellow student in the class of 1964.

“For Donald,” he added, “it’s display.”


By senior year, his classmates had crowned him “ladies’ man” in the yearbook, a nod to the volume of his dates.

He wasn’t bringing the same girl. He had a variety of girls coming up.Donald was bringing in very pretty women, very sophisticated women and very well-dressed women. You could always tell they were of a higher class.

–George White, high school classmate


He kissed me directly on the lips. I thought, “Oh my God, gross.” He was married to Marla Maples at the time. I think there were a few other girls that he kissed on the mouth. I was like “Wow, that’s inappropriate.”

We had a big meeting once. I grabbed one of the women in the office and sent her in to get lunch orders. Donald said, “Not her.” She didn’t look great. He got another woman to take the lunch orders. That was purely about looks. He wanted the people in that room to think that all the women who worked for him were beautiful.

My upcoming film called, ‘FIGHTING FOR TRUMP’, which I have kept very close to the vest, will blow these allegations out of the water.  I urge you to sign up for the email alerts at the bottom so that you do not miss it when we start rolling out clips and promotions.

The interviews used in the NY TIMES were done well before it was obvious that Trump would get the nomination.  There is no doubt the NY TIMES thought there would be a contested convention, and so this article was originally intended to knock Trump out of the poll position.  But it didn’t turn out like the NY TIMES believed it would, and so you can bet this is the first glimpse at what is about to come.  Get ready to go to war.


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