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News Thursday, Jun 2 2016

WATCH: 'Putting a Wife to Work Is a Very Dangerous Thing'

Jun 02, 2016

Donald Trump, in a 1994 interview with ABC News, spoke at length about his personal life. As could be expected from the man who has called women “degenerates,” “slobs” and “pigs,” the revelations were disturbing.

Donald Trump, never having been celebrated for his monogamy, said the he was unsure if he would carry on his affair if Ivana and Marla had not confronted one another in Aspen. In a less than artful turn of phrase, Trump compared the process of turning his partners into “stars” to building buildings.

Reflecting more deeply on domestic life, Trump (while carefully avoiding “sounding like a chauvinist) revealed that he didn’t want Marla Maples to work because if he gets home and dinner isn’t ready he, “goes through the roof.” Perhaps the need for a timely dinner for Donald is one of many reasons, “Putting a wife to work is a dangerous thing.

Watch the full interview here:

Read more here:

ABC News: Donald Trump in 1994: ‘Putting a Wife to Work Is a Very Dangerous Thing’

CNN: Trump in 1994: ‘Putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing’

NY Mag: Not That He Wants to Sound Chauvinistic, But Donald Trump Thinks Letting Women Work Is ‘Dangerous’

Daily Mail: Donald Trump says ‘putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing’ and that he would go ‘through the roof’ if dinner wasn’t ready in unearthed interview from 1994 

New York Daily News: Donald Trump compares women to buildings, swears he’s not a chauvinist during sexist 1994 interview

Published: Jun 2, 2016

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