In Carrie Prejean’s autobiography Still Standing, the former Miss California USA 2009 and Miss USA 2009 runner-up described how, moments after meeting Trump, the Miss USA contestants were subjected to “The Trump Rule.”
“We were told to put on our opening number outfits—they were nearly as revealing as our swimsuits—and line up for him on stage. Donald Trump walked out with his entourage and inspected us closer than any general ever inspected a platoon. He would stop in front of a girl, look her up and down, and say, ‘Hmmm.’ Then he would go on and do the same thing to the next girl. He took notes in a little pad as he went along,” wrote Prejean. Then, recalled Prejean, Trump called all the women forward and proceeded to ask each one, “Tell me, who’s the most beautiful woman here?”
Is this what Jud-a$$ wants women subjected to? Oggled and drooled over as if they were pieces of meat?
Infowar$ go on about Joe Biden. But Trump is worse. Much worse. In fact, they're all just as bad as each other. Both Trump and Bill Clinton have rape allegations against them, but at least Bill Clinton knocked trillions off the national debt while Trump could add $2 trillion to the debt with his slash-tax-for-the-rich-and-corporations scheme.
From 2016: Miss USA contestants took part in a pre-screening where Trump played his own personal game of "hot or not." One ex-contestant described the practice as like being “stripped bare.” @MarlowNYC reports: https://t.co/yB1flXrVp4— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) 5 June 2018