Kim Kardashian pregnancy comments Donald Trump unnecessarily made in a 2013 interview has resurfaced and it is haunting the Republican presidential candidate. The interview video has resurfaced at a time when Trump is already battling widespread accusations over his habit of demeaning women whenever an opportunity presents itself.
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In that 2013 video Trump is seen fat-shaming Kardashian, who was then pregnant with her first child – North West.
The Kim Kardashian pregnancy comments Donald Trump made occurred when the real estate mogul was being interviewed by HLN’s Showbiz Tonight. The interview was about the decision by Kardashian, who was worth millions already, to register for baby shower gifts.
As the interview began, Trump just seemed to be talking nicely about Kardashian, saying how he has known her for years. But without any provocation, Trump just decided to give Kardashian a piece of his mind, fat-shaming the Hollywood star with comments that she’s gotten a little bit large.
Trump went on to say in the interview that, “I would say this, I don’t think you should dress like you weigh 120 pounds.”
Kardashian appeared in Trump’s The Apprentice reality show in 2010.
Kim Kardashian pregnancy comments Donald Trump made continues controversy
The new video about Trump’s hurtful remarks about Kardashian adds to the series of sexist and derogative comments the politician has been accused of making against women. Unfortunately, Trump’s targeting of women carries political cost.
Kardashian has declared that she will not vote for Trump in the November 8 presidential election. Instead, she is backing Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Before Kardashian cleared the air about her political orientation, rumors had surfaced that she was supporting Trump, only for her to confirm the opposite.
During the first presidential debate, Trump’s chief opponent Clinton brought up the issue of Trump’s demeaning view of women. She talked of Trump habitually calling women he didn’t like “dogs, slobs and pigs.” Among other things, Clinton was referring to Trump’s reference of former Miss Universe Alicia Machado as Miss Piggy.
Before the video of Kim Kardashian pregnancy comments Donald Trump made in 2013 surfaced, Machado had said that Trump’s hurtful remarks led her into eating disorder.
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