Media Says Trump Called Ivanka What?

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( – A new book by Miles Taylor, a former chief of staff at the Department of Homeland Security, describes former President Donald Trump’s “naked sexism” which was even directed towards his daughter Ivanka, in a new book. The former Trump administration official had previously also written an extremely critical op-ed about the former president under the pen name “Anonymous.”

In the book, Taylor details a number of incidents during which women in the Trump administration were brought into an uncomfortable position. An extract from his book Blowback: A Warning to Save Democracy from the Next Trump, was exclusively obtained by Newsweek.

In one of the incidents, aides have commented that Trump had often made remarks about his daughter’s appearances and even wondered what it would be like to “have sex with her.”

Following Trump’s recent trial in New York, where a jury found him liable for sexually abusing and defaming journalist E. Jean Carroll, many other former Trump administration staff members have spoken up about Trump’s inappropriate comments about women.

Trump has repeatedly denied any wrongdoings regarding Carroll and has appealed the court’s ruling. Still, it is possible that these allegations about his behavior toward women could have an impact on his ability to win a second term in office.

Taylor told Newsweek that few female leaders from the Trump administration have not talked about the “unequal treatment” they faced, while some have also talked about “the absolute naked sexism” that they faced from Trump himself. In his book, Taylor alleges that this sexism was something that women at all levels of Trump’s administration had to face.

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