Here Are All The Worst Things Trump Has Said About Women, As Recited By Women

Throughout his life as well as his presidential run, Donald Trump has said some pretty terrible things about women, particularly in regards to looks. In case you have trouble remembering all the various ways women have offended Donald Trump by not living up to his standards of attractiveness.

Thankfully, Our Principles PAC–a group dedicated exclusively to preventing Donald Trump from getting the Republican nomination for President run by former senior Romney adviser Katie Packer–has collected a pretty good amount of them all in one attack ad.

I find it pretty unfortunate that at the end of the ad, which includes such classics as “Women, you have to treat them like shit,” and “That must be a pretty picture — you dropping to your knees.,” the women feel the need to drop a reminder that Trump is talking about your “sisters,” “daughters” and “mothers.” Do men really need to be reminded that they know women? And shouldn’t we be appalled by this kind of talk in general, rather than only in relation to those we have a personal relationship with?

I gotta tell you though. I don’t know that these comments in and of themselves will dissuade conservative voters from supporting Trump. Especially since it’s hardly as though any of the other candidates have ever done anything too great for women either, and Trump supporters generally tend to praise him for saying mean things about people.

However, I realized the other night that if you really want to make people hate the things Donald Trump says– have his boasts read out loud by an attractive woman.

Although for some reason Trump supporters have no problem listening to him brag about himself constantly, I have a feeling they’d go positively apoplectic if it were an attractive woman standing up there telling everyone that entire countries and groups of people love her, and saying things like “Sorry losers and haters, but my I.Q. is one of the highest -and you all know it! Please don’t feel so stupid or insecure, it’s not your fault.” I am actually convincing my sister to work on something like this with me, so perhaps we’ll have our own video in the near future.

[The Hill]