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  • Writer's pictureDonald V. Watkins

One Man’s View Of Women

By Donald V. Watkins

©Copyrighted and Published on October 16, 2018

In 2015, he made fun of Carly Fiorina’s face during the lead up to the Republican Primary for president. In 2016, he denigrated Ted Cruz’s wife Heidi by mocking her appearance and threatening to “spill the beans on [her.]”


Over the years, he has used the terms "fat pigs," "dogs," "slobs" and "disgusting animals" to describe some women.

Today, he called porn actress Stormy Daniels, “Horseface”.

He laughed approvingly while Howard Stern described his daughter Ivanka as a “voluptuous”, “piece of ass.”

He brags about grabbing women “by the pussy.” (His words, not mine).

He criticizes the “low” IQ of some African-American women.

His “terrific guy” friend Kanye West was allowed to use the word “motherfucker” in the Oval Office during a highly promoted and planned visit.

No man or woman in a position of authority in government or political leadership in his Republican Party has stepped toward to check his misogynist attitude and language toward women. They mask their cowardice in this regard by claiming his political agenda is too important to become distracted by his obvious lack of respect for women. Yet, these cowards ask American citizens to respect the Office of President of the United States.

Why should ordinary citizens respect the Office of President when the man who occupies it does not? Nobody ever answers this burning question.

The man we are talking about is Donald J. Trump, America’s 45th president and the so-called “leader” of the free world. Unfortunately, this man is shaping how men in America and around the world will view women in this “very scary time” for young men in the #MeToo era.

The clear message he is sending is this: It is okay for men to bully and degrade women during the era of Trump. He has their backs.

PHOTO: Porn actress Stormy Daniels (left) and President Donald J. Trump (left).

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Oct 18, 2018

The premise of this is flatly untrue. Donald Trump was the only candidate in the 2016 campaign who stood up for women as equals. While Hillary Clinton famously pursued a “nuts and sluts” strategy to humiliate and discredit women who were sexually harassed and abused by her husband, Donald Trump worked to give those people a voice. While Hillary said that all accusers should be believed, she backtracked on that when people asked if that included Juanita Broaddrick, and tried to hide it from her website:

Hillary Clinton Sexual Assault Page Edited to Remove 'Right to be Believed'?

Hillary has said things about women like “We have to destroy her story,” and “narcissistic loony toon,” the latter referring to the…


Oct 17, 2018

Norm, you’ve once again done an excellent job of not addressing the relevant issue in 12,987 words. Almost every president that has been in office since I’ve been alive has been unfaithful to their spouse. It is a common issue with well-known, powerful, influential people. That’s why I try to stay away from them.

The issue with this president is his continual denigration of women. It appears that Donald is not the only person who has noticed this issue:


Koda Shepherd
Koda Shepherd
Oct 17, 2018

Why should ordinary citizens respect the Office of President when the man who occupies it does not? Nobody ever answers this burning question.

The answer is they don't, because prior presidents set a precedence of desecrating the office and nothing  was done about it by their party so why start now?

John F Kennedy (D)  Showed the following character traits as a  national leader by having  young interns swim in the nude with him in the White House pool. While Jackie was caring for their young children he was busy taking the virginity of Mimi Alford a teenage intern in HIS WIFE'S bedroom in the White House!  He even tried to "pimp her out" to his own brother (…

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