Omarosa: Donald Trump ‘covets’ Ivanka, Ivanka ‘exploits’ his fixation on her


President Trump hosts a video conference with NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station

Omarosa Manigault’s book, UNHINGED, is the moronic gift that keeps giving. Most of Omarosa’s “revelations” are pretty obvious to even a casual observer of American politics in the past two years. You mean to tell me that Donald Trump is *gasp* mentally unstable? You mean to tell me that Melania is a spoiled, lazy trophy wife who tries to make life harder for her husband? You mean to tell me that Ivanka and Donald Bigly have a really creepy relationship. Wait, let me find my smelling salts, I’m about to faint from all of this brand-new information. Yes, Omarosa’s latest book excerpts apparently involve Ivanka’s relationship with her portly, orange, moron father.

Inappropriate behavior between father & daughter: “As long as I’d known Trump, I’d observed the way he hugs, touches, and kisses Ivanka; the way she calls him Daddy,” Manigault Newman writes. “In my opinion, based on my observations, their relationship goes right up to the line of appropriate father/daughter behavior and jumps right over it. I believe he covets his daughter. It’s uncomfortable to watch them…. It appeared to me that Ivanka had gotten so used to his touching her in ways that made others cringe and either didn’t notice it anymore or purposefully allowed it to happen.”

Donald loves to hear his daughter sexualized by other men: She claims that during filming of his reality show The Apprentice in 2007, Trump “egged on” contestant and Kiss bassist Gene Simmons after he “leered at” Ivanka’s breasts and called her “sexy.” Manigault Newman says Trump asked Simmons in a room full of other contestants: “What do you think of Ivanka? How’s she doing?” “She’s a very, very sexy, desirable young woman who I’m looking forward to getting to know much better if you know what I mean, with all due respect,” Simmons replied, according to Manigault Newman. She adds that the other contestants were taken aback by “Donald’s obvious delight” in hearing his daughter being described in such a manner.

He did it again during a staff meeting during the 2016 campaign: Manigault Newman claims the then-candidate “insisted” that the attendees stop everything and admire his daughter in a tight-fitting skirt. “Ivanka came into the room wearing a fitted skirt. The entire meeting had to stop so (Trump) could gush about her body. ‘You look great! I like the way that skirt fits. Doesn’t Ivanka look great?’ He insisted we all agree that his daughter’s tight skirt was very flattering. I thought, ‘Why don’t the two of you just cut it out?’ ”

Ivanka exploits her father’s fixation on her: “I believe she exploits his fixation with her to get her way,” Manigault Newman writes, although she provided no examples of Ivanka doing so.

[From People]

I feel the bile rising up but I’m also laughing because… Ivanka calls him “daddy.” After all of this, a 36-year-old woman calls her racist, white-supremacist father “daddy” as he man-handles her, talks about her body to strangers, tries to kiss her whenever possible and more. If we were talking about a girl of 14 or 15, I would definitely say “it’s time to call 9-1-1 because this sh-t is a crime.” But again, Ivanka is an adult woman with a family of her own. She’s making a conscious choice, over and over again, to allow her deranged father to treat her like his most prized “piece of ass,” his most coveted object of beauty, his favorite, his precious pet. And again, NONE OF THIS IS NEWS. We’ve known about this for years!

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President Trump and daughter Ivanka attend Small Business Event

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  1. Heather says:

    I’m 39 and I call my father daddy. Of course, he doesn’t leer at me or try to grope me. He definitely doesn’t encourage others to! In fact, if he caught anyone leering at me or trying to grope me, he’d put them in their place, possibly with a punch to the face.

    • Rapunzel says:

      +1
      I’m 38, and ditto. It’s not calling him daddy that’s the gross part.

    • Kristen820 says:

      Came here to say the same thing.

    • Kitten says:

      I’m 39 and I call my dad “Papa” because that’s how my French mom raised me but I see nothing wrong with grown women calling their father “daddy”. That’s fine. The gross part is all the other stuff–you know, a father treating his daughter like an extension of himself; showing her off like she’s an object that he built. Oh, and sexualizing her in a really uncomfortable way. And the fact that he’s been doing this (presumably) for her entire life.

      Ivanka is a shitty human being but this is disturbing.

    • Mel says:

      I’m 52 and called my Father “Daddy” until he died two weeks ago.

    • Darla says:

      I called my father daddy or dad, it really depended. But I did often call him daddy. He died when I was 39. Of course as everyone here is saying, my dad never leered at me, and I honestly think he would have laid flat any guy who spoke about me that way to him. For instance, that Howard Stern show where Stern asked trump if it was okay if he referred to his daughter as a “piece of ass”. I was so shocked. My dad was a big Irish man, who didn’t suffer fools, and once punched a man for disrespecting my mom. I’m not saying that’s cool, I’m just saying that’s who he was. Rarely, rarely, violent, but there was a line. And calling his daughter a piece of ass, well, that would have been way over that line.

    • Who ARE These People? says:

      In the American South, I heard more adults call their fathers ‘daddy.’ And it depends on the relationship.

      When Ivanka does it, in the context of growing up in New York City, it’s creepy pretentious baby-talk — just like the rest of her posturing.

    • manda says:

      My sister and I (she’s 55 and I am 41) have always called our dad “daddy” when we speak about him. Even our mom calls him daddy when she talks to us about him. And then, I say dad a bit more than daddy when I talk to him, she says daddy more than dad.

      • sa says:

        That’s how it was in my house, when talking to my parents it was mom & dad. When talking about them, especially with my brother, it was mommy & daddy. I’m not sure how that distinction came to be. At some point I started referring to my parents as mom & dad even when talking about them to my brother, but I can’t say when or even why that happened.

    • TheHufflepuffLizLemon says:

      Me too! But my Dad is a great dad, something I’m reminded of every time I read about Agent Orange or Thomas Markle.

    • Veronica S. says:

      Yeah, that’s definitely a regional culture thing. You see it all the time in the deep South with daughters *and* sons. But with them it’s gross because…well, it’s not a cultural thing, they’re just gross.

    • OkieOpie says:

      So do I and I am in my 30s as well.

    • Drea says:

      I think it’s the mix of the groping and coveting with use of the word ‘Daddy’. It just gives it that much more ick to it.
      I do still think calling Dads “Daddy” is still a bit weird and definitely patriarchal. Do you call your Mom “Mommy” still? If so, great, but probably not, because it’s infantilizing. But people still do it for their fathers. I know it’s common in the south, but it just harkens back to a time when we had to ask our fathers (husbands, random males in our lives, etc) for permission to do things, for money, etc. And what better way to ask the ‘man of the house’ something by completely deferring to his status and ability to turn you down (but he won’t because you’re being sweet and timid). I know this isn’t everyone’s experience, just my two cents here.

      • TheHufflepuffLizLemon says:

        I actually do call my mom Mama, and have my entire life. I am in the Deep South though, and it is very common down here.

    • Suki says:

      l havent called my father “Daddy” since I was 8 cause it feels infantalizing. Others feel differently and I respect that but it still gives me pause to hear an adult woman say that.
      I have said for two years that Trump has commited emotional incest with his daughter her whole life and skirts regular old incest. Their relationship is deeply twisted.

      • Nic919 says:

        He never raised her when she was growing up and only views women as potential sexual objects. Normal fathers don’t sexualize their daughters because they are involved in raising them from day one. She is an extension of his misogynistic attitude toward all women and it’s disturbing that she plays it up.

    • Brian Brown says:

      I’m 31 and I’m looking for a Daddy.

      • Mo Cheeks says:

        Calling your dad “daddy” is one thing. Calling your boss, even if it’s nepotism, “daddy” is beyond unprofessional. In a work environment that would make me extremely uncomfortable. F-ing weirdos.

  2. Jan90067 says:

    Of course Dump preens when someone says inappropriate things about Complicit Barbi: 1. He feels the SME WAY about her, and
    2. Pride of “Ownership”

    It’s appallingly disgusting. He even described his own daughter as a “beautiful piece of ass”. *shudder*.

    Imagine growing up with THAT groping you all your life 🤢🤮

  3. KNy says:

    Nothing Omarosa says is surprising. File it away under “stuff we already knew.”

    • Tate says:

      Yep. It is clear that trump has always been inappropriate with his daughter. There are plenty of pics to prove it. It has also been pretty obvious that complicit Barbie uses his fascination with her to get what she wants.

    • Mac says:

      It’s stuff we already knew, but when the mainstream media is saying it out loud, there has been a seismic shift.

      I have no love for Omarosa, but she has created a news cycle in which Trump’s most reprehensible characteristics are being discussed 24 hours a day on cable news and getting homepage coverage from serious news outlets. And, for the first time, Trump can’t dismiss the negative coverage as lies or fake news because she has recordings.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        That is true. If anything, the coverage is a necessary part of collectively saying these actions are unacceptable.

    • Dr Mrs The Monarch says:

      That is Omarosa’s genius. She has had access to these people for years so she can speak with some authority. She is savvy enough to say things that ring true (I bet she has plenty of stories that are mundane or more outrageous, but people won’t believe them). And this whole administration has zero credibility, so every time they call her a liar, it makes her look better and brings more attention to her book.

  4. Rapunzel says:

    I’m convinced the real blackmail that Russia has on Trump is a video of him and Ivanka.

    This isn’t brand-new information, but I’m glad that Omarosa is bringing this into legitimate conversation. So far, this has just been the kind of stuff that is discussed on the down low on websites. But his unhealthy fixation with his daughter deserves to be part of mainstream media conversation. It’s one of the grossest things about Trump as a human being.

    • Kitten says:

      I agree.

      I also agree with the criticisms of Omarosa and that we shouldn’t lionize her as some sort of hero (most of us on the left aren’t) but I do see value in what she’s saying now. Sure, it’s not ground-breaking and nothing she says will change his supporters’ minds, but she’s still an ex-Trump staffer that’s telling everything she knows to the public. That’s more than any other former staffer has done.

      So while I don’t think we should spend a ton of time on this, I think we should take it for what it is: confirmation of what we suspected from someone who was close to Trump.

      • Christin says:

        Your comment led me to think about Spicer, who also recently hawked a book. He didn’t spill the beans or seem to own his role in misleading the public. So that does put her a step ahead of him/others who left without sounding the alarm.

      • Mac says:

        I think we can safely assume Spicer took the hush money. I’m sure he regrets it now because no one bought his book and he can’t get a job.

    • Betsy says:

      I think that that is one of the pieces of sexual blackmail they have on him.

    • rabbitgirl says:

      I actually think you are not far off the mark. But I don’t think it is Ivanka. I think they have footage of him with underage hookers who he role-plays with as daddy. I’m serious. I really believe that this is what this perv is in into.

    • Naomi11 says:

      That would make perfect sense. Their whole relationship is very creepy. Something just isn’t right.

    • notasugarhere says:

      Possible, but they likely have far more on him.

      House of Trump, House of Putin: The Untold Story of Donald Trump and the Russian Mafia
      by Craig Unger

      Groomed and willing Russian stooge for decades in exchange for wealthy Russians laundering money through his failing NYC and Florida properties?

  5. elisabeth says:

    This grosses out the Lannisters

  6. abbi says:

    I stopped calling my dad “daddy” when I stopped being a little girl, at some point I was able to pick up on the fact that it was no longer appropriate.

    • LaraK says:

      Meh, I think it’s fine to call your dad “daddy”. As long as he’s not staring at your boobs at the time.

      If he’s staring at your boobs, then calling him “father” would also be vastly inappropriate. Just saying.

    • TurkeyLurkey says:

      How about your husband/partner calling his mother mommy?

    • lara says:

      I think its fine to call your father daddy, or, in my case Papa. I would not do it in public, but in private, where is the problem. I even occasionally appreciate his advice and his life experience. The inappropriate thing is, that he sexualizes her.

    • avala says:

      Where I’m from, even 45 year old men call their father “Daddy”. No it’s not inappropriate, at any age.

  7. Christin says:

    We’ve seen photos and video of how he “hugs” her. She’s his favorite, no doubt. Is it simply because she reflects his view of “success” as a woman (being desirable) – and she’s his spawn?

    • Lady D says:

      I think it goes deeper than that, Christin. His body is polluted and so are his thoughts.

    • Kitten says:

      A commenter around here had a really interesting and thoughtful (and creepy, don’t forget creepy) assessment a while back that discussed how objectified Ivanka has been by her father. It was really insightful and articulate and basically described how Trump views Ivanka as part of himself; like a beautiful object that belongs to him that he loves to show off. No different than Trump Tower or his gold toilets or one of his golf courses or any number of things he loves to brag about.

      The post I’m describing was so much more perspicacious than the nonsense I just typed though..

      • CariBean says:

        Learned a new word 😁

      • Who ARE These People? says:

        Trump is a narcissist so he sees his family members as objects or possessions that reflect on him.

        Looking forward to more throwing of Junior under the proverbial bus.

      • Christin says:

        I think I recall that observation, Kitten. That’s where I was going — with the “perfect object/specimen” thought. She’s the only one truly worthy of him and his attention.

  8. Astrid says:

    Great selection of pics!

  9. Jane says:

    Disgusting and gross. I remember seeing a picture of the both of them when she was a pre-teen. She was sitting on his lap outside of what I believe is his Florida estate. What caused alarm in me was that she didn’t seem uncomfortable at all doing so. Quite the contrary. She had almost a smug look on her. I thought, “Nothing good is ever going to come from this, and Trump is a disgusting human being for allowing this picture to be made.”

    • Missy says:

      Was that the picture where she’s like fifteen and his hand is on her leg, and the statue they are next too is two parrots having sex?

      • smcollins says:

        And her hand is on his face? Yeah, that’s a disturbing photo, to say the least.

      • Missy says:

        I googled it to see if she had her hand on his face…regretted it. There are so many awkward pictures of the two of them

      • Jane says:

        Yes! That’s the one.

      • Kitten says:

        That photo is so disturbing.

        And this one? http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/donald-trump-ivanka-trump-melania-trumptrump-and-barron-trump-attend-picture-id91901902

        That’s how I would stand in front of my BOYFRIEND, not my father FFS. Not to get too detailed because we don’t need to vomit but her butt is in his crotch and he is holding her. Like WTF. That’s where MELANIA should be standing.

        That photo is so telling in terms of the dynamics in that family: Barron and Melania together and Trump holding his prized possession. Gross.

      • C-Shell says:

        *SHUDDER* I Googled too and feel like I need to rinse my eyes and brain with bleach. The worse, imho, is the pic of the two of them cuddled up on a bed (could be in Moscow LOL) with her skirt almost up to her hooha as she kisses him on the cheek and he has a hand on her ass. For all the world, they look like lovers and he looks like a freaking pedophile. YUCKYUCKYUCK

      • me says:

        @ C-Shell

        I was tempted to google, but then decided against it. Your description of that photo was enough to make me say WTF???!!!

    • Original T.C. says:

      Makes you wonder what her husband Jared has to say about this.???

      • Who ARE These People? says:

        Jared? He put his hand on her ass in one of those early White House gala photos…so it could be seen in the mirror. He was smirking. She’s been used all around.

      • Jane says:

        Jared is not right in the head. I’d hate to think of what goes through his mind in regards to his wife and the Orange Monster.

      • Digital Unicorn says:

        From what i’ve read on other sites, Ivanka has been ‘around’ and has used sex to get business deals. As for Jared, am sure he turns a blind eye to this as it gets him what he also wants – she has been objectified by her father and married a man who clearly objectifies her as well. She clearly uses her body and looks to get what she wants out of men – she learned that lesson when growing up in order to get Daddy’s attention.

      • notasugarhere says:

        Jared reads as a soft, effeminate man and has his own childish baby voice. If she had married a stereotypical Alpha male? Drumpf would have hated him on sight. This way, he can pretend his daughter’s children must have been conceived through immaculate conception and Jared has never once touched her.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      yeah, she’s like…CARESSING his face.

      those pics make me want to take a Silkwood shower.

    • Rocio says:

      That’s grooming and it’s abuse. Yes, she’s a shitweasle, but we cannot say someone who was groomed is complicit or “not uncomfortable” with it and is smug about it, even if that person is Ivanka.

      • Who ARE These People? says:

        I think it goes so far back and is buried so deep in her psyche that it would be incredibly painful for her to unearth the abuse and to reclaim her own sovereignty. She seems to have settled into a life of entitlement and trying to prove herself to daddy. Hers is a life lived on the surface.

      • Jane says:

        @Rocio: You are 100% correct.

      • Mara says:

        Yes, it’s possible for someone to be abused, a victim and a bad person.

    • Korra says:

      There is a picture that doesn’t get talked about too much in comparison to the other disturbing pictures of the two of them that have circulated the web, but I find it quite telling. In it, Donald has his hands on Ivanka’s shoulder at event, both of them are looking off to their left side. If you pay attention, you will see that Donald’s left hand is inside the left sleeve of Ivanka’s top. Ivanka can’t be older than 10 in this photo.

      It is disgusting and clearly he sees her as his property.

    • LahdidahBaby says:

      How about the one where she (at about age 15) is on a bed embraced by him, her bare legs exposed all the way to the top because her mini dress has slid up and she’s kissing his cheek and holding his face?

      https://www.metro.us/president-trump/donald-and-ivanka-trump-awkward-photos

  10. grabbyhands says:

    Gross, but completely unsurprising.

    And again, this was behavior going on well before he was elected. If she had such a problem with it, she probably shouldn’t have gone to work for him and legitimized everything he said and did.

    Not that it would have had much effect even if it was coming from a legitimate news source, but it’s too bad this is all coming from a fame whore trying to sell her book. Someone who didn’t have a problem with any of this until she was canned. Because now all this information is is salacious morning gossip that will lead to nothing.

  11. Beth says:

    I’m 40, and still call my father daddy. Unlike Ivanka, I don’t talk to him in a phone sex operator voice, and he doesn’t touch me or stare at me with sexual desire. They definitely have a bizarre relationship no matter what she calls him

  12. Dlflygurl says:

    35 my fatger is still daddy I will always and forever be daddy’s girl. There are a lot of things wrong with their relationship but you’re never to old to call your father daddy if that’s what he’s always been.

  13. Kaz says:

    I’m almost 34 and call my Father Daddy. There is nothing wrong with that. Donald and his daughter’s relationship is clearly disturbing though.

  14. brinn says:

    Trump’s idiom should be “agent orange.” It works on many levels… he literally looks orange and the biological chemical weapon of the same name has caused “cancers, chronic headaches and dizziness, fibromyalgia and ALS.” It fits him perfectly!

  15. Jerusha says:

    Tell us something we haven’t known for years, Omarosa.

  16. Harryg says:

    So gross so gross so gross ewwww!

  17. Lala11_7 says:

    I agree that Ivanka uses the perverted power, based on sexual attraction, that she has over her Father to ensure that she is “unbothered”…I don’t ONLY look at POS Trump regarding this…I’m looking at Ivanka’s Mama too…

    They are ALL…SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO DISGUSTING….

  18. Betsy says:

    It’s not news, but as always: specificity is nauseating.

  19. Yuma says:

    No, I’m sorry but I’m not going to laugh about this- Ivanka was most likely sexually abused by her dad when she was younger and that isn’t funny to me. She probably acts the way she does around him BECAUSE THATS WHAT SHE WAS BOIGHT UP TO DO. This nauseates me.

    • Lala11_7 says:

      EXACTLY!!!! One thing I give Marla…is that she took the $$ and her Baby…and RAN…especially after that interview where Tramp said that he hoped Tiffany have great breast like her Mama…I personally think that Ivana is complicit in ALL OF THIS…and allowed HORRIFIC things to be done to her daughter…to maintain money and power….

      • Yuma says:

        I completely agree with you. It irks me how people are like oh yes there have been rumours about THEIR inappropriate behaviour for years etc. Excuse me this more than likely began when she was a CHIlD therefore it is HIS inappropriate behaviour and Ivanka is working/trading/whatever in the only way she knows how which is downright sad. I massively dislike the woman because of the administration she works for but when it comes to stuff like this I do feel sorry for her and I won’t laugh about it.

    • Betsy says:

      Yes, precisely. I don’t know anything about how victims of childhood sexual abuse by a close family member process that trauma. I would imagine different people respond in different ways and it might have something to do with how the family dynamic works anyway. She is repellent, and this is disgusting, but I don’t imagine she’s done any hard work in therapy and she’s clearly staying in the orbit, which I would guess is re-victimizing her…. I don’t know anything about it, but I hesitate.

    • Veronica S. says:

      Yeah, honestly, she grosses me out on a lot of levels, and I absolutely think she’s responsible for her total lack of moral direction, but she’s definitely been groomed, and it definitely shows in their interactions. I can’t hold it against her if that’s how she’s been psychologically conditioned from a young age. He was rich and powerful, and she learned to do what was necessary to survive.

  20. Digital Unicorn says:

    This just adds fuel to the rumours that she doesn’t wear a bra and doesn’t wear underwear when wearing v short skirts whenever she is in the White House. It’s all done to titular Daddy so she gets what she wants.

    I still think that the Russians have proof of him and Ivanka in a sexual context and that’s what scares him shitless. Their inappropriate relationship has been the talk of NY for many years.

  21. Fluffy Princess says:

    Ew. Just ew.

  22. MSat says:

    Yeah, no sh-t, Omarosa. They’re all disgusting – Omarosa included – and I can’t believe these people are in charge.

  23. Green Is Good says:

    I hope Princess Complicit’s old face grows back.

  24. Indiana Joanna says:

    Grifter Barbie’s behaviour and demeanor have always been pretty much about being a maniquin on a pedastal. She just seems strange, a bit off as though she can only imitate qualities of compassion and insight. You though she expects everyone to perceive her as her creepy father does.

    All her plastic surgery was done on drump’s insistence, because the line was he was “afraid” that she wouldn’t be a marketable model. She is definitely his commodity and is just fine with it as long as she can grift millions from her unelected, completely ridiculous WH position.

  25. angry bird says:

    She’s his pride and joy. I think he’s in awe of her because he can’t believe his dumb ass produced offspring like her. She’s plastic for sure, but she doesn’t take after him … she takes after her mother.

    That being said, they are all garbage. All of them.

  26. Cho says:

    What chance did she have though? Growing up with him?

  27. paddingtonjr says:

    Ugh! It’s not the fact that Ivanka calls Trump “Daddy”, it’s their dynamic. Trump sees his wives and children as possessions and extensions of himself. I’m sure Junior, Ivanka and Eric (maybe Tiffany and Barron too) experienced some childhood abuse, even it was just emotional, and they still seem to be competing for Trump’s attention and approval. I think Ivanka learned early on that she could get Daddy’s attention by playing off his attraction to her (I am not blaming her for this when she was a child; it was probably a survival instinct).

    What concerns me know is that Barron and the Trump grandchildren will continue this dynamic and just perpetuate the dysfunction. Certainly none of the married-ins seem to see anything wrong with status quo and continue to use the children to promote their own agendas.

  28. BEE says:

    To me one of the most telling pictures is of Trump sitting on a bed in a gaudy bedroom. He probably thinks gaudy is sexy. Ivanka, in her early teens is stretched out wearing a short robe or dress, kissing him on the cheek, while looking at camera. He has his arm around her tight and is on the phone but is looking at photographer. I just googled creepy pictures of Trump and Ivanka and images was filled with this particular picture. True, pictures do say a thousand words.
    Orange dumpster is the most disquesting, vilest perv/liar/thief/antichrist candidate ever born. GO Robert Mueller!!!

  29. Misa says:

    Sorry, but no matter how horrible somebody’s behaviour, abuse doesn’t magically disappear when the abused reaches adulthood. One can hold Ivanka, or Melania, accountable for their actions while at the same time acknowledging their pain. Because it’s the pain of millions and billions of women, who often have to (or feel like they have to, which makes no differences and causes incredible psychological harm) bend and submit and give in in order to survive the abuse. Again, no excuses, simply human empathy.

  30. SJhere says:

    IMO, Trump and others who get to that enormous level of wealth, did so by not having any morals. Period. They value money/power/status over everything else. They feel “rules” don’t apply to them.
    Example: See old Joe Kennedy and his offspring. Their private lives were out of control.

    But, I do agree that those pictures of Trump and Ivanka are disturbing as hell.

    And yes, if anybody tried any crap like that around my child….they would seriously be in a world of hurt from me.

    Omarosa and her money making grab of a book…is she really that stupid to assume that we, the people of the USoA , who hated Trump from day one…does she nestle think we need her to tell us Trump is Unhinged? Geez Lady, we KNOW that!

    • Nic919 says:

      Dump is a psychopath. He has no empathy for others, as stated above his kids are merely an extension of himself and he has no impulse control. Because of his money and power through his family he has never had to control himself so he is probably the most public version of a psychopath we have ever seen. We know he has been physically abusive with his wives and children and frankly I would not be surprised that there was a murder at some point in his life that was hushed up. Look at what has been kept quiet by Giuliani in terms of the fraud he has committed over the years in NY. Conspiracy twitter does in fact point to a missing 14 year old named Maria and the implication is that Dump was involved. Whether or not that is complete fiction we will probably never know. But at this point would we be surprised?

  31. trh says:

    I’m fixated on her weird neck and head. Does she have the long, black/purple tongue of a giraffe? Is she a wide-eyed, long-necked humanoid from the mothership in Close Encounters of the Third Kind? Does she eat meal worms and crickets ten times a day like a bearded dragon? Or does she just hunt komodo dragon style– nip her prey once, and let infection from her saliva kill it slowly, while she waits nearby in a patient, reptilian torpor?

  32. rabbitgirl says:

    I can’t even. That just creeps me out. If some guy made a sexual comment about me to my father, he would be dead and my dad would be in jail. No joke.

    And if she is “used to it” then that suggests sexual abuse, which makes me incredibly uncomfortable in terms of discussing this.

  33. A says:

    Frankly, what this says to me about Donald Trump is that he views his daughter as his property, and also as an extension of himself. He judges her worth based on the same metric through which he judges the worth of all women, which is their looks. Her good looks are a reflection of him. How f*ckable she is in the eyes of other men is an indictment of him being able to “produce” that type of daughter. If she were ugly, that would be a no go, because Donald Trump does not create “ugly” women. Her looks being bought are a non-issue, because hey, it’s still his money that made her look good. It’s still “his” brains and “his” genes that gave her the idea to earn her own money to fund that plastic surgery. But fundamentally, it’s not entirely about his own incestuous feelings for her as much as it is about how he sees her as an extension of him. Everyone and everything in Trump’s life is an object that props up his own worth. And if it doesn’t, then it’s quickly discarded.