Donald Trump attacked for 'slut-shaming' Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

by Abel Hampton December 13, 2017, 7:22
Donald Trump attacked for 'slut-shaming' Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

"This morning's comments are beneath the dignity of the highest office in America", Esty said in a prepared statement about Trump's tweet, which said in part that Gillibrand would "come to my office "begging" for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them)".

Trump did not explain what he meant by "do anything" for campaign contributions.

"President Trump has committed assault, according to these women, and those are very credible allegations of misconduct and criminal activity, and he should be fully investigated and he should resign", the Democratic senator said during a December 11 interview on CNN. "Neither will the women who stood up to the president yesterday", referring to women who have accused the president of sexual misconduct.

Democrats quickly came to Gillibrand's defense. Sen.

Warren, meanwhile, accused the president of "trying to bully, intimidate and slut-shame" Gillibrand. 'Is everyone OK?' You know, they're standing there with no clothes.

Brzezinski then went on to call out White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, saying, "Good luck today in the briefing".

Three women who previous year accused Donald Trump of making unwanted sexual advances renewed their allegations Monday, saying it was time Congress investigate claims against the president in the wake of dozens of other powerful American men being held accountable for their treatment of women.

He added that the NY senator, who took over Hillary Clinton's Senate seat when her term ended, had been "very disloyal" to the Clintons and had been "USED" by them. Leeds, Holvey and Crooks similarly called on Congress to investigate Trump.

Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) sounded as though she'd just as soon walk into a cornfield than answer questions about the president's activity on social media.

The calls for a congressional investigation into Trump are also being echoed among 56 female Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Rep. John Yarmuth, D-Ky., said Trump had "proven to be a poison for the presidency, a cancer on the country, and a truly disgraceful human being".

"You treat women terribly, and you tweet the women around you even worse".

Likewise, Brian Fallon, Clinton's former campaign spokesman, tweeted: "This is a disgusting tweet".

Gillibrand may also be on thin ice with her supposed moral outrage. Fallon appeared to be referring to the fact sexual harassment is an issue that Gillibrand has taken on politically. "Therefore, Congress should investigate the multiple sexual harassment and assault allegations against him".

The White House dismissed claims that the remarks were sexist, adding that he was referring to political corruption. Trump has denied the allegations.

Trump has called the accusations fabricated stories and he has said he did not know his accusers.

Trump donated $4,800 to Gillibrand's Senate campaign in 2010, according to federal campaign finance records.

Earlier this week, Trump recorded a robocall for Moore ahead of Tuesday's special election. "I have a new dream now, that this man will be held accountable for his actions and that future generations of women can fulfill their dreams without worry of anyone treating them like they are less than because they're a woman".

"It was heartbreaking previous year".

The Democratic Women's Working Group - led by Democratic Representatives Lois Frankel of Florida, Brenda Lawrence of MI, and Jackie Speier of California - said it plans to hold a press conference Tuesday afternoon to call for the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform to investigate the allegations against Trump. The police report was never produced, and his wife later said she never made the call. "The environment's different. Let's try again".


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