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Trump Obsesses Over French First Lady's Physique

Trump Obsesses Over French First Lady's Physique

Once again Donald Trump allows his carnal urges to embarrass the United States. Donald and Melania Trump are the guests of honor in France as the country celebrates Bastille Day. Upon meeting French First Lady Brigitte Macron, Trump said to her, "You're in such good shape," as he gestured towards her body.

Without reservation, Trump made the remarks in full view of cameras and Brigitte Macron's husband, French President Emmanuel Macron. After the initial comment, Trump went on to tell Brigitte Macron, "You're beautiful." The second comment about her beauty prompted Brigitte to turn and engage Melania, in an effort to distract Trump. 

Trump's inability to repress inappropriate sexual impulses is the sort of predatory behavior expected of him, considering his past. Leading up to the November election, dozens of women came forward and admitted that Trump previously assaulted or harassed them. Working with semantics warrior Kellyanne Conway, Trump learned to master the art of deception. Thus, none of the allegations upended his candidacy and revelations of Trump's sexual deviance were not enough to persuade voters. Months before the November election, a video of Trump admitting to sexual assault was released. 

On the video, Trump can be heard telling show producers, "I better use some Tic Tacs just in case I start kissing her. You know I'm automatically attracted to beautiful women. I just start kissing them. It's like a magnet. Just kiss, I don't even wait, and when you're a star they let you do it. You can do anything, grab them by the pussy. You can do anything" This admission from Trump that he knowingly and intentionally sexually assaulted women offered a look into who Donald Trump the person was. 

If Trump's Republican colleagues continue to ignore this behavior it will never improve, or grow worse.  

Gunman Who Shot Three Worshippers Inside a Zurich Mosque, Remains At-Large

Gunman Who Shot Three Worshippers Inside a Zurich Mosque, Remains At-Large