Donald Trump just can’t help himself when it comes to publicly humiliating Miss Universe winners.
The Huffington Post has posted a new video showing Trump telling an audience of how he planned to humiliate former Miss Universe winner Jennifer Hawkins after he thought she had slighted him.
During a talk in Sydney in 2011, he brought Hawkins up to the stage and told the audience that he believed that she had refused to introduce him during a speech.
“I was so angry at her yesterday,” he says. “Seriously, as I said, I thought that she dissed me. I thought that my Jennifer ― I’m going around saying she’s my favorite Miss Universe, but I think I like the new one better, Jennifer. So I go around saying she’s the greatest… then when I came here, there was no Jennifer Hawkins to introduce me.”
Because he believed this, Trump said, he had planned to publicly humiliate her by questioning her intelligence.
“I was actually going to get up and tell you that Jennifer is a beautiful girl on the outside, but she’s not very bright,” he said. “That wouldn’t have been true, but I would have said it anyway.”
Trump then says that things turned out okay in the end because “she came tonight” — and then repeats suggestively that “she came ― came, she came, she came” until the audience starts laughing.
“See, so they have the same filthy minds in Australia!” Trump said after the audience started laughing.
Check out the full video below.
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