That Donald Trump has been accused, repeatedly, of sexually predatory behavior is not new information. However, in Michael Cohen’s new book, there’s a previously untold story of the reality tv star leering at an underage girl — Michael Cohen’s own daughter. According to the president’s one-time fixer, he called the 15-year-old child a “piece of a**” and added, “I would love some of that.”
Newsweek, reporting on some of the revelations found in advance copies of Michael Cohen’s new book about Donald Trump, says Cohen describes the incident as happening after a tennis match in 2012. As Cohen’s daughter, then only 15, finished her game, Donald Trump reportedly said of the girl, “Look at that piece of a**. I would love some of that.”
It’s not the only time Trump has been accused of sexual misconduct in regard to a child. In 2016, Courthouse News reported that a rape case had been dropped after Trump’s accuser says she faced threats that made her afraid to move forward publicly. This accuser, going by the name Jane Doe, claimed in her filing that Trump and Jeffrey Epstein had taken turns raping her at a party at Epstein’s home in 1994 — when the accuser was only 13.
As the Washington Post reports, before Trump moved to distance himself publicly from Epstein, who was arrested on charges of operating a pedophilic sex trafficking ring, he publicly declared the man “a lot of fun to be with,” referencing a love of “beautiful women on the younger side”.
I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it — Jeffrey enjoys his social life.
Michael Cohen’s book, Disloyal: The True Story of the Former Personal Attorney to President Donald J. Trump, becomes available on September 8th. The stories being released from advanced copies are already creating shock waves among the reading public.
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