Disturbing Old Donald Trump Interview Surfaces With Him Calling Vaginas ‘Landmines,’ Saying Avoiding STDs Was His ‘Personal Vietnam’

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More Donald Trump stuff keeps breaking, and he only gets more and more disturbing the deeper you go.

This time, it’s a series of interviews from the 1990s with radio shock jock Howard Stern about dating and spending life as a single man when he was younger, and bragging about being promiscuous without catching a sexually transmitted disease.

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In one interview, unearthed from a 1997 segment on Stern’s show, Trump calls dating his own “personal Vietnam,” referencing the war there that he had so cowardly dodged during his younger days.

Trump said:

“It’s amazing, I can’t even believe it. I’ve been so lucky in terms of that whole world, it is a dangerous world out there. It’s like Vietnam, sort of. It is my personal Vietnam. I feel like a great and very brave solider.”


In that same interview, he called women’s vaginas “potential landmines,” and said “there’s some real danger there” regarding dating and sex with women — and likening it to military service that he, of course, never actually served.

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Here’s the full context of the quote, shown on Stern’s show (below):


In another interview from back in 1993 — again on Stern’s show — Trump had gone even further, saying:

“You know, if you’re young, and in this era, and if you have any guilt about not having gone to Vietnam, we have our own Vietnam ├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ it’s called the dating game. Dating is like being in Vietnam. You’re the equivalent of a soldier going over to Vietnam.”

That he would call vaginas “landmines,” as well as trivialize the incredible pain and suffering brought on so many individuals and families because of Vietnam, is just so disgustingly, awfully Trump.


[Image via NBC.]

Oct 15, 2016 4:29pm PDT

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