Trump tells Congresswoman she “looks good” and “when she opens that mouth, she was killing them”

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Serial sexual predator and accused rapist President Donald Trump is notorious for his unabashed creepiness towards women, even in the most public of settings.

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But it still sends shudders down one’s spine to see him addressing the nation and feel the urge to take a moment to tell Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) how good she looks, as he did this morning during the absolutely psychotic speech he gave in the East Room of the White House.

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Trump on @EliseStefanik: “I thought, ‘she looks good, she looks like good talent,’ but I didn’t realize that when she opens that mouth, she was killing them.” pic.twitter.com/KWxkqi3kGM

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While the generous reading of this is that he was simply impressed with her defense of him during his trial and was “killing” his critics with her arguments, it is extremely hard to do so when considering just what kind of a man Donald Trump is.

There’s just something so blood-curdling about the way he says she “looks good” and chooses to use the phrase “that mouth,” knowing that he is a man with an irrepressible sense of entitlement towards women’s bodies and objectifies women as sexual vessels existing solely for his pleasure.

Add your name to tell the ABA: Disbar William Barr for abusing the Justice Department to abet Trump’s corruption!

Trump’s numerous sex assault accusations include wandering into the dressing rooms of changing teenage beauty pageant contestants, fondling the breasts of a strange woman seated next to him on an airplane, trying to kiss a woman in an elevator at Trump Tower during the workday and attempting to rape a PEOPLE magazine reporter while his pregnant wife was upstairs. 

His inability to control himself and his utter contempt for women’s personal boundaries are beyond deplorable but are sadly far too familiar traits among old white conservative men; the fact that he still won the election despite his widely-publicized history of sexual predation is a damning indictment of American society as a whole.

While these comments are fairly tame as far as Trump’s creepiness goes — remember when he accused Kristen Gillibrand of being willing “to do anything” for donations — given his track record, it’s safe to say he doesn’t deserve the benefit of the doubt.
Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.

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