New Michael Wolff book makes shocking claim that Trump slept with black women to "get a little chocolate in his diet"
President Donald Trump allegedly bragged about his taste for African-American women and said that he liked to sleep with them time and again to "get a little chocolate in his diet."
A new book by author Michael Wolff portrays the commander-in-chief as one who is obsessed with sex and needed the 'opposite of Viagra' — a pill that would help make his erection go down, Daily Mail reports.
'Siege: Trump Under Fire' is the sequel to Michael Wolff's 'Fire and Fury', his first hit piece on the Trump White House.
One of the most outrageous anecdotes in the book recalls the time Trump allegedly bragged to Fox News host Tucker Carlson about his taste for African-American women. Wolff claims Trump liked to sleep with them time and again to "get a little chocolate in his diet", according to Daily Mail.
When he was "ridiculed" by his friends, Trump "looked at himself in the mirror and was reassured that nothing had changed — he was still the Trumpster."
The author even claimed Trump offered this as an "anecdote to show he was not racist."
Wolff relates another occasion when "horndog" Trump invited a friend from Hollywood to the White House and told him: "I only f*** beautiful girls — you can attest to that."
The president apparently once bragged in a voicemail to Carlson, saying, "It's true you have better hair than I do but I get more p***y than you."
Wolff went a step further and accused the president of routinely embarrassing his former communications director Hope Hicks by asking around who was "f****** Hope."
The author also fired against Don Jr. saying he also talked about wanting to "f*** Hope" time and again despite being married to a supermodel at the time.
And, of course, Wolff did not miss the opportunity to allege that the president cheated on First Lady Melania Trump on more than one occasion since he took office.
'Siege: Trump Under Fire' claims Trump did not go to Mar-a-Lago last Christmas with Melania because he was "banging" a White House staffer he fancied.
However, just like the prequel, Wolff does not provide any details or a name to corroborate his claims.
That said, Wolff's anecdotes have once again been trashed by Trump's aides, including unfounded claims that his former UN ambassador Nikki Haley once gave him oral sex and was left "enraged."
In his relentless barrage against the president, Wolff said Trump once bragged about his virility. "I don't need Viagra. I need a pill to make my erection go down," he quoted Trump saying.
According to the new book, Trump's obsession with sex was apparent during the confirmation of Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh.
When Christine Blasey Ford accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulted her back in 1982, Trump apparently "could not get enough" of the story. "He pushed her down on the bed and that's it? How long had he held her down? Did he just fall on her and go in for a kiss? Or was it humping?" the president inquired.
Wolff claims Trump thought the appointment of Kavanaugh could be part of a Catholic conspiracy to get another one of their own in the SCOTUS panel.
The book states he was disappointed with the way Kavanaugh defended himself over the allegations and speculated if he had been "abused by a Catholic priest."
The U.S. leader supposedly said: "This is embarrassing. Catholic schoolboys."
When Kavanaugh revealed during an interview he was a virgin at the time of the alleged assault, Trump allegedly said: "My virgin justice. This man has no pride! Man? Did I say man? I don't think so."
But Trump turned the tables later on and fired at Ford. "After 40 years she's still upset? Give me a break. Give. Me. A. Break," he supposedly said.
Wolff has also claimed the president took time out from running the country to give "copious" amounts of advice to his longtime friend New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.
Kraft, who was arrested for soliciting a prostitute, allegedly spent hours with U.S. President Donald Trump who consoled him and told him he was "innocent."
Wolff claims Trump supposedly told Kraft to reject a plea agreement and "don't give an inch", telling him it was better advice than anything he would get from a lawyer.
While talking to Kraft, Trump allegedly told him not to admit anything despite footage of him visiting a massage parlor in Palm Beach Florida.
Even as POTUS, Wolff writes, Trump "seemed to find comfort in counseling Kraft on his legal peril, offering him copious amounts of advice and maintaining he was much better than any lawyer."
"He (Trump) knew what to do. He knew how to handle it. They always wanted you to plead out. But don't give an inch," he wrote.
While the countless claims made by Wolff in his new book are yet to be proven, it is probably best to take them with a grain of salt.
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