READ: Melania Trump Responds to Donald Trump’s Vulgar 2005 Tape

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Melania Trump has issued a response to the 2005 tape of Donald Trump making sexually explicit comments about trying to have sex with another married woman. The tape was made just months after Melania and Trump married in January 2005.

In the statement, which you can read in full below, Melania calls Trump’s comments “unacceptable and offensive” and they do “not represent the man that I know.”

Melania said that she hopes people will “accept his apology, as I have, and focus on the important issues facing out nation and the world.”

The statement followed several remarks from key Republican politicians calling for Trump to step out of the race for the White House. However, Trump has said that he will not exit the race against Hillary Clinton.

“I never, ever give up,” Trump told The Wall Street Journal. “The support I’m getting is unbelievable, because Hillary Clinton is a horribly flawed candidate.” Trump added that there is “zero chance I’ll quit.”

Moments after Melania’s statement, Trump posted the following tweet.

In 2005, Trump was caught on tape talking to then-Access Hollywood anchor Billy Bush about a failed attempt to have sex with a married woman, who was later revealed to be Bush’s then-colleague, Nancy O’Dell.

“I moved on her like a bitch, but I couldn’t get there. And she was married. Then all of a sudden I see her, she’s now got the big phony tits and everything. She’s totally changed her look,” Trump told Bush in the Tape, which was obtained by the Washington Post.

Later, Trump tells Bush that “you can do anything” with women when you are a star. “Grab them by the p—y. You can do anything,” Trump says.

At the time the tape was made, Trump was already married to Melania, his third wife. The couple married in January 2005.


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Donald Trump wife is Melania is 24yrs his junior. I honestly feel sorry for her in that regard! He is old enough to be her FATHER!

Donald Trump has eye candy on his arm, she serves no other purpose. PLEASE SHARE ME!!!!

What type of first lady would she really be?? I care less about what she has to say as she is TRULY a newly made US Citizen, to whom Donald Trump has no issues with marrying but yet spent 8 yrs falsely stating Barack Obama is not! If I was her I would feel offended that my husband making untrue statements about something that she oblivious tried so HARD to become but yet she is fit to be the FIRST LADY OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. GOOD GOD SAVE US!


sorry, but i cant feel sorry for her, nor any other person offended by all this. this is like looking at an expose of your ‘special’friend, and realizing they never were that special after all… what you’d known all along. eg, how’d it change you to see a vid of them while in war fighting; would you feel proud, or ashamed… because there’s always a side of a person that we’re not fully aware about. deep inside she must’ve known; but she didn’t really care, nor bothered to brought into her conscience. it’s a var of the cheater’s mate dilemma. how can you fully trust someone to be loyal that already has been unfaithful before… you want someone that chases you, but you don’t want to ever chase someone else again; wtf is that shit1 just like you want someone to ‘die’ for you, but never ‘kill’ for you… nigga plz111 in any case and fortunately for her, feelings trumps reason:pun: and dt has enough wealth to compensate for any personal shortcomings in that regard. anyhow, i’m certain that a rel young, rich, attractive and well looking exmodel will be fine, worst case scenario…

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