Donald Trump: Women Are Gossipy Hens Who Can’t Be Trusted With Classified Info

The Republican Party’s current (and cringeworthy) front-runner for the nomination for president, Donald Trump, is infamous for his repugnant views on women. His openly derisive rhetoric is so notorious that he was even questioned about it by Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly in the first GOP primary debate. Following that exchange Trump actually ended up providing more evidence of his misogyny by singling out Kelly, the only woman debate moderator, for despicable criticism and insults.

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Apparently, that wasn’t a sufficient demonstration of hostility toward women, so Trump is upping the ante with a new line of attack aimed at Hillary Clinton and her long-time aide, Huma Abedin. In remarks yesterday to his glassy-eyed disciples, Trump assumed his characteristic schoolyard bully stance to level charges against Abedin that were purely slanderous and without any factual basis whatsoever.

Trump: “Huma Abedin is married to a bad guy. Anthony Weiner is one of great sleazebags of our time. So Huma is getting classified secrets, she’s married to Anthony Weiner, who’s a perv. If you think that Huma isn’t telling Anthony, who she’s probably desperately in love with, in all fairness to Anthony, because why else would she marry this guy? Do you think there’s even a 5% chance she’s not telling Anthony Weiner, now of a public relations firm, what the hell is coming across?”

First of all, for Trump to assail Anthony Weiner, or anybody else, as a “sleazebag” takes a boatload of chutzpah. After all, Weiner was only guilty of sexting online and was never unfaithful to his wife, to whom he is still married. Trump, on the other hand, has cheated on his multiple spouses and even been accused of rape by one of them. And in an appearance on The View he said that if Ivanka were not his daughter “perhaps I would be dating her.” A perv who lusts after his own daughter and betrays his marital oath ought not to be calling other people names.

More importantly, the truly offensive part of Trump’s comment is the assertion that Abedin is incapable of conducting herself as a professional. Simply because she is a woman Trump believes that she would disclose classified information to her husband in violation of the law and the ethical requirements of her position. Because obviously, in his view, women cannot be trusted in sensitive jobs due to their biological compulsion to gossip.

This raises some interesting questions. Does he also believe that the women in the Bush administration were leaking secrets to their spouses? Is he disqualifying Carly Fiorina, or any other woman, from serving in government because she represents a security risk? Would Trump make the same charge against a man in a similar position? And if so, is he admitting that he would blab state secrets to his current wife Melania?

This was not a flip remark by Trump. When he made it originally he also asked the women in his audience to confirm his opinion. When a women in the crowd said that she would not reveal classified info to her husband, Trump shouted back contemptuously “You would,” in effect calling her a liar who would put national security at risk because of her unsuitability for the job and the inherent flaws of her gender. Remember, that was one of his supporters. And to seal the deal, Trump tweeted the same insult to Abedin this morning that he made in his speech yesterday.

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It is really mind-boggling that any women, or men who respect them, would cast a vote for this neanderthal. But even worse, the other women and men in the GOP have been completely silent about this rebuke. Fiorina has not mentioned it. Nor has Trump’s BFF, and self-anointed Mama Grizzly, Sarah Palin. None of the other candidates seem to be disturbed by the suggestion that all women are gabby turncoats who would sellout their country for some good pillow talk. Which proves again that Trump is not a problem for the Republican Party. He IS the Republican Party. And his noxious ideas will remain a core part of their agenda even after his inevitable flame out.


14 thoughts on “Donald Trump: Women Are Gossipy Hens Who Can’t Be Trusted With Classified Info

  1. Keep talking, Donnie. BY the time they nominate you, there won’t be 10% of the nation who considers you worthy of anything more than another fake YV and the Palins can team up on OANN. No one else will want a thing to do with you. Oh, and Hillary or Bernie will mop the floor with your toupee.

    • I’m not so sure about that – there is something very weird going on in this country and no one can predict the fallout or direction of something like an election. Just because Mark and people like you interpret his statements in the worst possible way, doesn’t mean everyone else would. And Hillary Clinton isn’t the savior she has been presented to be – that is clear. Bernie Sanders – maybe, but NOT Hillary Clinton. The election of George W Bush and then Barack Obama has changed the presidency forever – no knowing how or what will be elected in the future – the bar is permanently lowered. Smart guy (Barack Obama) – yes…Trustworthy Leaders (Both) – no. Only time will tell.

  2. Lets see. So far Trump has made sure Latinos, African Americans, Asians, Alaskans, sane women, people with brains and mental health professionals will never vote for him.
    Comedians? They are so hoping for a Trump presidency they are drooling all over the floors.

  3. Donald Trump will crash and burn before election day.

  4. “…Trump is not a problem for the Republican Party. He IS the Republican Party.”

    Exactly! That’s why I want the media to keep promoting & publicizing The Donald, 24/7. At this point, I don’t think anybody’s gonna change their mind about him. He has carved out his niche and the only thing the GOP establishment can do about it is figure out a way to deny Trump the nomination while keeping him from jumping ship for an independent bid. The Republicants can’t risk winning with a loose cannon who won’t toe the party line, but if he breaks off a chunk of The Base and goes it alone he’ll not only cost them the election (which wouldn’t be hard anyway) but will probably shatter the whole party at the national level.

    As long as the GOP can hold the deep south and some less-populated western states they can still do plenty of damage, but if they lose their grip on Congress they might see some of that $weet federal support wither away. Imagine if we started closing military bases in red states and quit propping up their economies in all the other ways they’ve taken for granted… but I’m getting ahead of myself. I don’t want the Lesser Evil Party (D) to rule unopposed of course, but the Pure Evil Party (R) needs to be put out of its (and everybody’s) misery!

    Viva Trump!

      • Thank you. This is the only blog I comment at anymore. It’s nice and low-key here, not so many mean people and trolls.

    • Now come on, you’re smarter than this – if talking trump all day (24/7 as you note) was going to be good for taking down the GOP, why is the trend pointing the other way? The gap between the “lesser evil party” candidate and the “pure evil party” candidate is closing with respect to a head to head match up between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. The trend has NOT been to see the race open up larger to the benefit of Hillary Clinton – yes, she still leads, but the trend is not in her favor. Here is the proof the trend has not been favorable to the Lesser evil party candidate:

      I’m citing the trend only – yes, she is still leading but clearly over time it’s not going the way you seem to think it would. I can’t predict the future – but I can read graphs and understand numbers and maybe what you expect to happen isn’t going to happen given this data. Will it destroy the GOP – I can’t say. But I bet they get behind him if he can win and he looks more and more like he can close the gap. Maybe there is more to this story than anyone here wants to acknowledge??? Loose cannon – maybe, but if he can be a winner, I think they would take that too.

      • That post wasn’t a pro or anti anyone post – just showing that maybe the conventional wisdom here isn’t reality – at least today.

        • I agree that nobody should listen to Conventional Wisdom anymore. I don’t think Hillary has an easy road ahead at all. She’s gonna “Feel the Bern” pretty soon!

          The GOP’s problem is bigger than Trump. They don’t want another empty suit like Mitt, but they sure can’t get anywhere with a vile bag of rotten offal like Cruz, or Santorum, or Huckabee… etc. Trump won’t take marching orders from the party, but the other candidates look pretty unelectable… even to Republicans.

          • You got that right – the GOP is hated by their own registered members. Average people who go to work and try to get by like everyone else in this world is not on the same page as today’s GOP. Donald Trump is a symptom that has come to the surface – a finger in the eye of the establishment. More of him is just a reminder of how much the party is hated and how it has walked away from its base. In that way – I would agree with you. But to suggest more TRUMP will “destroy” the party I think is naive. They will do it themselves by continuing to ignore the people. None of that is to say it should go anywhere near progressive policy positions – which are destructive to human beings as individuals.

  5. Trump seems to be a self-destructive personality, who is only still alive because he was born rich.

  6. TRump is and always will be a big, heaping, steamy pile of horse—-. Why anyone would think this dips— should be in charge of the oval office is a great mystery. Go the f— way, you d-bag a-hole.

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