Name calling is a trade mark of Donald Trump. He uses name calling to further his political ambitions (crooked Hillary, lying Ted, etc.). He makes fun of people with disabilities, calls women names, and thinks that Mexicans are mostly rapists and drug dealers.
Donald Trump’s history of remarks about women is not something that he stopped doing a decade ago. Just this past week he tweeted in the wee hours of Friday morning, August 26. The impulse-control-deficient Republican nominee let loose a torrent of tweets, calling former Miss Universe winner Alicia Machado “disgusting” and accusing her of having a sex tape.
Then there were Trump’s remarks about Megyn Kelly, a Fox News anchor, after she questioned him about his derogatory remarks she said the GOP hopeful had made about women, from “fat pigs” to “dogs, slobs and disgusting animals.”
So without listing anymore of Trump’s commentaries my question is When has Donald Trump stopped making crude remarks about women?
The answer is he has not stopped making remarks about women. Perhaps the latest reaction of some leading Republicans will begin to have an impact on the Trump campaign. He has been dis-invited to a Wisconsin event on Saturday, October 8. Jason Chaffetz, a leading Republican congressman from Utah and Utah’s Republican governor, Gary Herbert having both withdrawn their support for Trump.
I do not agree with the conservative views of most Republicans but I do respect their insistence on the upholding of their moral views. Donald Trump has to be an insult to them.