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#CreepyTrump trends as video of Trump objectifying his own daughters emerges, Internet says 'the man is a pig'

The 59-second video by features a montage of various video clips from Trump's interviews where he has made inappropriate comments about his daughters Tiffany and Ivanka
President Donald Trump (Getty Images)
President Donald Trump (Getty Images)

President Donald Trump has been slammed time and again for his crass comments on women and blatant sexual objectification. On July 8, an advertisement uploaded on Twitter by, a media organization known for producing impactful political videos, went viral. The video is a compilation of Trump's comments about his own daughters, which eventually led to #CreepyTrump trending on the social media platform, along with #EnemyOfThe People.

The 59-second video features a montage of various video clips from Trump's interviews where he has made inappropriate comments about his daughters Tiffany and Ivanka. Trump allegedly had already been thinking about whether his younger daughter Tiffany, who was a baby at that time, would have breasts like her mother. In an old interview clip, he is seen talking about his then one-year-old daughter's chest size.

He also says "She's got Marla's legs' while chuckling about it. Trump also talked about his older daughter, Ivanka, and how he wished he could date her. In an appearance on 'The View', he said, “She does have a very nice figure. I've said if Ivanka weren't my daughter, perhaps I'd be dating her." When Ivanka was asked what she had in common with her father in an interview on 'The Wendy Williams Show', she replied with "real-estate and golf" while Trump's controversial response was  "Well, I was going to say sex, but I can't relate."

The vulgar statements, add to the unusual videos of Trump and his friend, Jeffrey Epstein, watching young women dance. Epstein was later arrested for having sex with minors. "I've known Jeff for 15 years. Terrific guy. He's a lot of fun to be with! It is even said that he likes women as much as I do, and many of them on the younger side. No doubt about it," he had said about Epstein.

His niece, Mary Trump, who wrote a book and went to town exposing her uncle's most unflattering moments, said Trump once ogled at her. "I was at Mar-a-Lago. It was an informal dinner. I was in my bathing suit. Uncle Donald came over to me and said, 'Mary is that you? Wow, you're stacked'," she wrote. 

A protest group called "Hot Mess" holds up signs of Jeffrey Epstein and President Donald Trump in front of the Federal courthouse on July 8, 2019, in New York City (Getty Images)'s video garnered over 1 million views in just an hour after it was posted and was retweeted over 20.5K times. It fuelled an international conversation over the president's "creepiness" and went on to become the No 1 trend in the US on Twitter. Trump has made such controversial comments about women before, including that video that surfaced during his 2016 campaign, where he is alleged to be engaged in a conversation with former president George W Bush. He was heard saying, "I did try and f**k her. She was married. I moved on her like a b***h. But I couldn't get there. I just start kissing them. I don't even wait. And when you're a star they let you do it. You can do anything—grab them by the p***y. You can do anything."

"My daughter, Ivanka. She's 6 feet tall, she's got the best body," Trump has said about Ivanka in interviews on national television. "Don’t you think my daughter’s hot? She’s hot, right?" he had added.

Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen also wrote in an article for the publication that the then-President-elect Donald Trump once asked, "Is it wrong to be more sexually attracted to your own daughter than your wife?" When he made an appearance on The Howard Stern Show, some years ago, Stern asked, "You know about sexual predators?" with co-host Robin Quivers adding "You are one" to which Trump's response was a nonchalant shrug with the words "It's true", while they all laughed at him. 

President Donald Trump shakes the hand of his daughter and advisor, Ivanka Trump, during a meeting with the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board inside the State Dining Room of the White House on March 6, 2019, in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

Twitterverse's response to the new video bordered between anger and disgust at Trump's brazenness, vulgarity and blatant pedophilic remarks. "#CreepyTrump sexualizes minors, his daughters, and even his minor daughter," a user commented while another added "The number one #EnemyOfThePeople is @realDonaldTrump. Pass it on."

A user wrote, "I miss having a president I could trust alone in a room with my daughter or the Constitution. #CreepyTrump." Another user said, "Creepy is an understatement. The man is a pig."

"He doesn’t belong in the oval. He belongs in jail. #CreepyTrump", said Brett Meiselas, co-founder of "#CreepyTrump is trending number one and #EnemyOfThePeople trending number three. Not a good night for the #WeakPresident to log onto to Twitter. Would be a shame if they’re still trending when #TraitorTrump logs on tomorrow morning," one user sarcastically quipped.

"Donald Trump said ABOUT HIS DAUGHTER. GROSS. #CreepyTrump," added another in a tweet. "#CreepyTrump looks at and treats his own daughter as a sex object. And don't forget those pee tapes from Russia! If you don't want him alone with your daughter, why would you want him alone with a nuclear code?" wrote one user.