Pamela Anderson just revealed Trump paid her $500 for a pathetic reason

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Pamela Anderson recently sat down for an interview with The Hollywood Reporter to discuss, among other things, her relationship with the fugitive founder of Wikileaks Julian Assange. The former Playboy superstar has also grown chummy with brutal Russian dictator Vladimir Putin in recent years, choosing to ignore his litany of humans rights violations to enlist his help in advocating for animal rights instead.

Given her closeness with Putin, one might presume she’d share the potentate’s public support and appreciation for America’s game show host president. As it turns out, she didn’t vote for Trump, choosing instead to cast her ballot for general kook and possible conwoman Jill Stein.

Anderson touched briefly on her opinion of Trump, informed by her past, personal interactions with him. She revealed that she attended a birthday party for Trump, but that she was paid to attend.  She received $500 in compensation.

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“I think it was his birthday. I was hired to be there. We all were paid like $500 a day. He was with a wife — I don’t know which one — but he was nothing special,” Anderson said.

It’s truly pathetic that even at the height of his fame and wealth, Trump was so unlikeable that he had to pay people to attend his birthday party. He’s the kind of man that few people find bearable and even fewer find desirable.

By most accounts, he drones on endlessly about himself, which is particularly egregious given that there is nothing interesting about the man. He’s a bloviating windbag, a turgid ego wobbling atop underexercised geriatric legs. Anderson deserved far more than $500 for enduring his company.

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Robert Haffey

Robert Haffey is a political writer, filmmaker, and winner of the ScreenCraft Writing Fellowship. He is a graduate of Drexel University.

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