Celebs React To Donald Trump's Inauguration -- See Who's Optimistic & Who Thinks It's Depressing AF!
Donald Trump is officially the 45th President of the United States.
During Monday's episode of The Howard Stern Show, the shock jock opened up about the recently unearthed interviews Donald Trump had given on his SiriusXM show, explaining that they aren't actually unearthed at all!
The radio host exclaimed:
"These conversations that I had with Donald Trump weren't done in private like the Billy Bush tapes, this was on the radio."
The New York native even admitted that he won't dig up and replay his old interviews with the GOP nominee, out of respect for all of his guests, saying:
Let's just hope this Freaky Friday doesn't turn into a freaky presidency!
As we reported, in a 2004 interview with Howard Stern, Donald Trump made horrific comments about Lindsay Lohan, who was only 18 years old at the time. When asked about the actress, the businessman responded:
"She's probably deeply troubled and therefore great in bed. How come the deeply troubled women, you know, deeply, deeply troubled, they're always the best in bed?"
On Friday, Miz Lohan responded to the offensive clip with poise and grace! According to her rep:
Around 20 minutes into the chat, the conversation got more intimate when Stern questioned a then 24-year-old Ivanka about her ex-boyfriend Bingo.
The shock jock asked the businesswoman if she "gave into him sexually" and inquired if she was still a virgin — then asked Donald "do you ever discuss sex with your daughter?"
After the Republican nominee replied "No," Stern added:
According to BuzzFeed News, four women who competed in the 1997 teen beauty pageant said Trump walked into the dressing room as the contestants were changing.
Former Miss Vermont Teen USA Mariah Billado said:
"I remember putting on my dress really quick because I was like, ‘Oh my god, there's a man in here.'"
After he allegedly entered the area where contestants — some as young as 15 years old — were changing, Billado recalled Trump said something like:
You never really know what someone is going through until they open up.
And that's exactly what Ben Stiller did during his candid chat on Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show. On Tuesday morning, the Zoolander alum told the radio personality he had been diagnosed with prostate cancer — two years ago! Whoa.
For the first time, the Tropic Thunder actor got real about his battle with the disease and how his doctors detected and treated the cancer. Hmm, go on!