Donald Trump gave Howard Stern permission to call his daughter Ivanka a “piece of ass” — and that’s just one of the shocking comments unearthed by CNN Saturday, in a review of newly uncovered audio from Trump’s 17 years of appearing on The Howard Stern Show.
"By the way, your daughter," says Stern in a 2004 interview.
"She's beautiful," Trump says.
"Can I say this? A piece of ass," Stern says.
"Yeah," Trump says.
In another interview from October 2006, Stern tells Trump that Ivanka is looking “more voluptuous than ever,” and asks if Ivanka has gotten breast implants.
Trump says no, and adds: “I would know if she did.”
Then he says, "She's actually always been very voluptuous.”
It’s incredibly creepy stuff, and it fits into Trump’s long history of saying creepily sexual things about Ivanka specifically. He can’t seem to stop commenting on her looks and her sex appeal — which, while that’s also the case for just about every woman who crosses Trump’s path, is especially disturbing when it comes to his own daughter.
CNN found other clips related to women and sex.
When Stern asks Trump if he could be “banging 24-year-olds,” Trump says, “Oh, absolutely,” and that he’d “have no problem” doing it.
Trump says that when a woman turns 35, it’s “checkout time” (as in, time to leave her and move on to someone else).
When Stern asks Trump if he’s “had a black woman in bed,” Trump responds: “Well, it depends on what your definition of black is.” Then the two men joke about Jesse Jackson’s “Rainbow Coalition.”
Trump has resolved to stay in the race amid prominent Republicans — including 2008 nominee John McCain — pulling their support after the Washington Post posted leaked audio of him bragging about sexual assault.
That tape is shocking — but it’s not really surprising, given Trump’s long history of both misogyny and alleged sexual misconduct. And some of Trump’s more famous lewd comments about women were previously reported from appearances on Stern’s program.
It’s hard to say if this will be the last of the newly resurfaced remarks.