Friday, November 25, 2016

We finally know how Ivanka Trump responded to hearing her father say if she wasn't his daughter he would like to "date" her. Update!

By the way there is also this Trump quote that was apparently removed by WaPo before the story was published:

Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen wrote that President-elect Donald Trump once asked, “Is it wrong to be more sexually attracted to your own daughter than your wife?” — but the quote was quietly removed before the syndicated column was published Tuesday. 

Trump was reportedly referring to his daughter, Ivanka, who was 13 years old at the time. 

The quote was circulated Monday in a draft of Cohen’s piece “Our Next President, The Godfather” that was sent to outlets that syndicate the column, a source told BuzzFeed News. The quote did not appear in the later, final version of the piece carried by the Post and other outlets. 

Jesus! And this pussy grabbing possible pedophile is who this country just allowed to win a presidential election.

Good job America!

Just when the rest of the world had started to respect is again.

Update: Well it looks like Snopes strikes again

Dammit! I should have known that quote was too good to be true.


  1. Anonymous8:44 AM

    Donald Trump was unhappy with this one as his daughter grew up:

  2. Anonymous8:45 AM

    Trump inaugural committee having a hard time finding people to perform at swearing in ceremony

    1. Maybe Jon Voight and Clint Eastwood could perform some duets. That would get the kids!

    2. They can't get Ted Nugent?

    3. Anonymous8:04 AM

      I had a feeling there wouldn't be many notable people wanting to participate ink his inauguration. It's going to be pathetic. And I bet there will be more folks protesting his swearing in than celebrating it.

    4. Anonymous5:11 PM

      I'll swear at him for free!

  3. Anonymous8:56 AM

    The New York Times released the transcript for its interview with Donald Trump yesterday. Now that we can see the full text, rather than just quips in tweets, we can see that the New York Times wasn't as hard-hitting and non-compromising as we first thought.

    The NYT staff all but surrounded Trump in cotton candy.

    1. Anonymous9:01 AM

    2. Anonymous1:30 PM

      and trump kissed the nyt's ass in that interview, too. day before this he attacked all the tv anchors/reporters over at t tower, then next day walked to nyt and actually complimented them. clearly maneuvering to get good coverage from important paper, and an f-you to everyone else in the msm. he wanted them to know that if they want to cover him and get scoops, they'd better kiss up. plus all of nyc is so pissed at him for staying there. he had to kiss up.

  4. Anonymous8:57 AM

    Almost every article I read about Trump makes me even more terrified that he will be our president. If he dies, next in line would be Pence; just as terrifying. Then comes the Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan; double terrifying. Then comes the President pro tempore of the Senate, Orrin Hatch. We are in a no win situation.

    1. Only the hailest of marys could save us.

      A combination of Jill Stein's recount turning a state or two to Clinton and a truckload of electors saying hell no to Trump.

      Do I think that will happen?

      Not a chance.

      We're doomed.

      And so are our lands, our wildlife, the air we breathe and the water we drink.

      We will never be able to undo his damage. Even if we took back the House, Senate and White House in 2020 and kept it for 20 years.

    2. Anonymous9:22 AM

      $5,026,516.15 raised

    3. Anonymous10:07 AM

      After easily passing her initial fundraising goal to pay for recounts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan, the Green Party's Jill Stein has upped the amount of money she says she will need, and changed some of the fine print on her fundraising page.

      ...The Law Newz blog pointed out that the language on the fundraising page was changed on the website to read:

      All money raised goes toward recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania. We hope to do recounts in all three states. If we only raise sufficient money for two, we will demand recounts in two states. If we only raise enough money for one, we will demand a recount in one state.

      We cannot guarantee a recount will happen in any of these states we are targeting. We can only pledge we will demand recounts in those states.

      If we raise more than what’s needed, the surplus will also go toward election integrity efforts and to promote voting system reform.

      Stein will shortly surpass $5 million in fundraising for the recount. She changed the goal of the campaign to $7 million. The Green Party now has enough money to file for recounts in all three swing states. Stein is correct. Recounts are very expensive, and if she wants to silence those who are wondering if the fundraiser is a scam, the deadline for filing for a recount in Wisconsin is today.

      Those who are donating to this effort need to read the fine print and understand that the money they are donating might not go towards a recount. If the money is only for the purpose of a recount, Stein should promise to return any leftover funds to donors beyond what is needed. The talk of spending the extra funds on election integrity and voting system reform efforts is a nice-sounding way of saying, we’re going to keep the money and spend it as we see fit.

    4. Anonymous10:20 AM

      GOP Strategist Pans Jill Stein Recount Effort as ‘Largest List Build the Green Party Has Ever Had’

      Republican strategist Rick Tyler blasted Jill Stein‘s campaign to raise money as an “opportunistic” grab for money and email addresses from guileless Democrats hoping to undo the results of the election.

    5. It will cost $2-3 million just to file for the recounts in the three targeted states. Total will be more like $6-8 million once all of the lawyers and fees have been paid.

      I have no problem with her doing this since it's obviousl the CAVEocrats won't do squat, even when they have proof an election has been stolen.

      Where are the Democrats when it comes to protecting the rights of the disenfranchised voters? North Carolina, anyone?

    6. Anonymous1:33 PM

      Agreed, miaiuppa. I read last night that it was 6-7 and at least 1 to get started in WI. I have no problem with what she's doing. And I think she's been forthcoming and sincere.

  5. Anonymous8:59 AM

  6. Anonymous9:05 AM

    Look at Ivanka and Melania side by side.Either Melania has had surgery to make her look more like Ivanka,or he chose her because she does.

  7. Who needs to censor our press? They seem to be doing a damned find job of censoring themselves.

    No wonder fake news is so prolific.

    1. Anonymous9:34 AM

  8. Anonymous9:27 AM


    "The Devil's Advocate" 1997

    I nursed him through two divorces...

    250 lbs of self-serving greed on wheels...

    Becomes his own God...

    We got a runaway train...

    Getting ready to fuc_ God's green planet lick their fingers clean...

    Then it hits home, a little too late in the game to buyout

  9. Anonymous9:30 AM

  10. Anonymous9:31 AM

    Trump urged to abolish national monuments

  11. Anonymous9:41 AM

    Donald Trump - The hand up Mona Lisa's skirt...

    ("And when you're a star they let you do it. You can do anything ... Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything."
    - President-elect Donald Trump)

    I'm the hand up Mona Lisa's skirt, I'm a surprise, they don't see me coming

    Donald Trump the Devil's advocate

    1. Anonymous9:50 AM

      Look at the red circle showing Trump's fingers

  12. Anonymous10:09 AM

    Donald Trump Owns a Stake in the Dakota Access Pipeline

    ...Since the project is worth $3.8 billion, you can bet the Sioux of Standing Rock are not going to get a fair shake from the president-elect. Trump’s 2016 federal disclosure forms show him owning $15,000 to $50,000 stock in Energy Transfer Partners.

    That’s not all: Trump is also invested to the tune of $100,000 and $250,000 in Phillips 66, which owns 1/4 of ETP. It is easy to see why Sharon Buccino the Natural Resources Defense Council says,

    “Trump’s investments in the pipeline business threaten to undercut faith in this process — which was already frayed — by interjecting his own financial well-being into a much bigger decision.”

    Really, the Dakota Access Pipeline represents a confluence of corrupt Republican sources, with former Texas Gov. Rick Perry serving on ETP’s board of directors.

    What could possibly go wrong? Pretty much everything. The Republican administration of Donald Trump is set to economically rape America, and Trump is already lining up his pocket-filling from Trump Tower.

    1. Anonymous1:36 PM

      And he had $500,000-1,000,000 of stock with that pipeline company in 2015, just last year. For whatever reason it's less now. Maybe he thought it'd not go through. Or maybe he pulled back b/c if election reasons. Who knows. Won't be surprised if that share was sold to someone in the family or a friend or deal was made and later he'll own that much again. Even more. Of course he's all for wrecking the lives of Native Americans.

  13. Anonymous10:24 AM

    I hear Donald Trump really hates this photo. So make sure not to retweet it. Ever.


      "A graphic designer in Miami Beach has designs on turning Donald Trump’s last name into a new euphemism for “poop.”

      The way he’s doing it will strike many as crappy: He’s putting Trump’s face and, occasionally, his quotes on pieces of dog poop he sees around his South Beach neighborhood.

      Every day, the artist, who goes by the name “Allan Adler” to avoid detection, walks around looking for pieces of dog crap suitable for his purposes.

      “I don’t want it too old,” he told The Huffington Post.

      Once he finds a piece of poop that fits his purposes, Adler sticks a toothpick with Trump’s face glued to it into the doggy defecation. Sometimes, he adds one of Trump’s infamous quotes, “such as ‘grab her by the pussy’ or ‘I like soldiers who weren’t captured.’”

      Then he photographs the Trumped-up dog poop and posts it on Facebook at “Pieces Of Trump.”"

  14. Anonymous10:26 AM

    The 25th Amendment clause to remove an unfit POTUS is much broader than you, or @realDonaldTrump, know:

  15. Anonymous10:32 AM

    Can't mace him because he's your father, Ivanka? She must have had attended the same "boys will be boys" upbringing as Heath Palin.

    1. Anonymous11:06 AM

      There's nothing wrong with the Palins as people. Hardworking, humble, non-judgmental, victims of slander...

    2. You forgot their biggest burden, mentally ill supporters.

    3. Anonymous11:22 AM

      >>There's nothing wrong with the Palins as people. Hardworking, humble, non-judgmental, victims of slander...

      Is all I have to say to that ridiculously full of bullshit sentence.

    4. Anonymous11:26 AM

      To Anonymous 11:06 AM

    5. Anonymous9:13 PM

      @11:06 AM Is this slander, or did Bristol Palin lie about Sailor's birthday?,fl_progressive,q_80,w_800.jpg

  16. Anonymous11:08 AM

    Which book is this, summed up into 3 sentences:

    I was in love with the most beautiful girl in school.
    Her parents hated me because I was a punk who couldn't stay in school.
    Because I am incapable of introspection, I pretended like I am better than the world because all I care about is killing things.
    I also lied about my ex's family, while covering up my sister's mental illness, yet have pretended I am an honest person.

  17. Anonymous11:58 AM

    Not according to Snopes.

    The earliest version of this quote we could uncover was published on 17 March 2006, in the "News For Dumb Guys" section — a weekly feature in Louisiana's Shreveport Times — where it was attributed to comedian Conan O'Brien:

    "While appearing on The View, Donald Trump said if his 25-year-old daughter Ivanka wasn’t his child, he would date her. Meanwhile, Ivanka said if Donald Trump wasn’t her father, she would mace him."


    While it's unclear if this is a real quote from Conan O'Brien (we have yet to uncover video of the joke) similar quotes on this page were correctly attributed to late night comedians. Regardless, it's clear that the "Mace" quote did not originate with Ivanka Trump.

  18. Anonymous12:41 PM

    That comment would have been made about the same time that Trump ''allegedly'' raped the 13 year old, who now has a lawsuit against him. The alleged rape took place at convicted pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein's mansion. Both sickos!

    1. Anonymous11:17 PM

      The lawsuit was dropped. Again.

  19. Anonymous12:52 PM

    Well,I guess my city has to be famous for dumb stuff.

  20. Anonymous1:39 PM

    The Trump as sexually attracted to daughter quote fooled everyone. Of course it did! Why wouldn't it have?! He's lusted after her forever.

    1. No that's not the quote which is in dispute.

      It's the mace one that may have been invented by Conan O'Brien.

    2. Anonymous1:48 PM

      He also raped Ivana.

  21. Richard Cohen got in trouble some years ago for sexually harassing a co-worker, Kara Swisher. Cohen's "punishment" involved... being moved to an office on another floor from Swisher.

    And Cohen also had a wrong number, as Swisher long since has come out of the closet. She and her wife have a family, etc.


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