Trump surrogates review his licentious comments to Beyoncé lyrics, hip bound and ’50 Shades of Grey’
October 17, 2016 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Donald Trump’s surrogates are perplexing to urge a Republican hopeful in a arise of his licentious comments about women by comparing them to a Beyoncé strain “Formation” and a erotic-novel-turned-movie “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
Betsy McCaughey, former New York major administrator and Trump supporter, attempted to bond Hillary Clinton’s open indebtedness for Beyoncé with some of a pithy lyrics contained in her strike single.
“[Clinton] likes denunciation like this: ‘I came to slay, bitch,’” McCaughey pronounced on CNN Monday night. “‘When he eff me good, we take his donkey to Red Lobster, means we slay.’”
“It’s full of a F word, a P word, a B word, a A word,” McCaughey said.
Trump inhabitant mouthpiece Katrina Pierson used a identical evidence on CNN Tuesday morning after associate panelist Angela Rye, a Democratic strategist and commentator, pronounced Trump’s comments — that a claimant after discharged as “locker-room talk” — were a partial of “rape culture.”
“I do find it utterly abounding we have Democrats on a left articulate about rape enlightenment when they’re a ones corroborated entirely by Hollywood,” Pierson said. “This rape enlightenment is supposed by nothing other than a party industry, nothing other than hip-hop music, that we can hear on internal radio stations.”
“This is a bigger emanate here,” Pierson continued. “We are articulate about a multitude that puts women on a pedestal since of a sex tape. And afterwards we have a insolence to all of a sudden explain there’s a dignified compass. This is something that Mr. Trump pronounced in what he suspicion was in private.”
In a 2005 videotape published Friday by a Washington Post, Trump was hold on a prohibited mic bragging to afterwards “Access Hollywood” horde Billy Bush that he could do anything he wanted to with women since of his luminary status.
“I only kiss. we don’t even wait,” Trump said. “And when you’re a star, they let we do it. You can do anything. Grab them by a p****. You can do anything.”
Scottie Nell Hughes, a tip Trump surrogate, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Monday night that his remarks were excusable in a context of today’s cocktail culture.
“Unfortunately, we have done that to be arrange of a partial of a culture, a ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ enlightenment in today’s multitude that group can speak like that,” Hughes said.
“Where have group done it OK to speak like that?” Cooper asked.
“Eighty million copies of ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ have been sold,” she replied.
Fellow panelist Ana Navarro, who clashed with Hughes on Saturday when Navarro steady Trump’s coarse word on a air, tore detached Hughes’ excuse.
She added: “If he wants to be hold to that standard, great, afterwards go write ‘The Art of a Groping.’ But if we are using for boss of a United States, we are a purpose model. You’re a purpose indication for children … You’re a purpose indication for all Americans. You’re hold to a aloft standard. You should not be working like if we are in a locker room. You should be working like if we are in a Oval Office.”