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‘First-rate p*ssy’: Trump busted for lewd comment to former ‘Maximum Golf’ reporter

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Five years before the infamous Access Hollywood tape, in which Donald Trump bragged about grabbing women by the genitals, the real estate mogul boasted to a magazine writer, “there is nothing in the world like first-rate p*ssy,” the Daily Beast reports.

According to journalist Michael Corcoran—who was, at the time, writing a profile on Trump for the now-defunct Maximum Golf Magazine—the president was at his Mar-a-Lago club when he described a “young socialite” in terms of her genitals.

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The Beast reports that Trump’s comment never made it to print, as an editor at the magazine refused to publish the real estate mogul’s remark.

Former Maximum Golf editor Joe Bargmann, who worked with Corcoran, confirmed the reporter’s account, noting a higher-up nixed Trump’s comment.

“I was asked to change the last word of the story from ‘p*ssy.’ When I refused, my top editor changed the quote,” Bargmann said.

The report comes as Trump in recent days has reportedly expressed doubt over the veracity of that Access Hollywood tape. Sources in the White House have told reporters the president has begun to claim it was not him on the recording (during which Trump can clearly be heard saying women will let you “grab ‘em by the p*ssy” when you’re famous).

Last October, when the tape was first released, Trump himself verified its authenticity, apologizing for his “locker room talk.”

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As the Beast reports, these are hardly the only instances Trump has used derogatory language to describe female’s genitals. In January, Tucker Carlson wrote about the president hitting back at the Fox News host for making fun of Trump’s hair.

“But I get more p*ssy than you do,” Carlson recalls Trump saying.

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Trump official who doesn’t want poor people to have publicly-funded healthcare wants public to pay for stolen Ivanka jewelry

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President Donald Trump's official in charge of Medicare and Medicaid, Seema Verma, came under fire after Politico reported Saturday that she submitted a $47,000 claim for reimbursement on the taxpayers' dime for stolen, uninsured items items.

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The bulk of the claim—for which the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) ultimately reimbursed her $2,852.40—was for roughly $43,000 worth of jewelry. Among the roughly two dozen pieces was an Ivanka Trump brand pendant whose estimated value was $5,900, according to documents obtained by Politico. A $325 claim for moisturizer was also among the items included.

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Why Colbert got serious — and why Donald Trump isn’t funny

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In her new book, “Irony and Outrage: The Polarized Landscape of Rage, Fear, and Laughter in the United States,” Dannagal Goldthwaite Young advances the argument that the ironic satire of "The Daily Show" and the outrage programming of Fox News — which debuted within months of each other — play remarkably similar roles for their respective audiences, speaking to their distinctively liberal and conservative psychological orientations to motivate not just voter loyalty, but political engagement.

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Head of Jewish Democratic Council of America denounces Trump speech as anti-Semitic

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The executive director of the Jewish Democratic Council of America told Salon on Sunday that President Donald Trump's recent comments about Jewish voters continue "what has been a very negative stereotype of Jews and money and power."

"He has said in the past that he wants Jews to be the ones counting his money," Halie Soifer told Salon. "He has repeatedly made references to what has been a very negative stereotype of Jews and money and power." After saying that "I think that he must believe it, and that is why he continues to repeat it," Soifer noted that Trump was repeating claims that he has made when "typically speaking extemporaneously, and clearly he's speaking from his heart. It's clear that there's quite a bit of hatred in it." Soifer also criticized Trump for having "views of Jews as driven largely by money, which is why he said at this events that Jews have no choice but to support him, referring to tax cuts."

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