A week ago, the New York Times showed it is a complete failure even as a propaganda tool, with its hysterical, "Crossing the Line: How Donald Trump Behaved With Women in Private" piece. The story led with model Rowanne Brewer Lane, who disowned the piece. Now using the quotes in the piece itself, I give you: "How Donald Trump Behaved With Women in Private," because I would have to be an adults only site to give you Bill's.
The fake piece.
Rowanne Brewer Lane was 26 when she met Donald Trump in 1990. He was 44 and going through an ugly divorce. Both were single and attractive. She recalls 26 years later:
Donald was having a pool party at Mar-a-Lago. There were about 50 models and 30 men. There were girls in the pools, splashing around. For some reason Donald seemed a little smitten with me. He just started talking to me and nobody else. He suddenly took me by the hand, and he started to show me around the mansion. He asked me if I had a swimsuit with me. I said no. I hadn’t intended to swim. He took me into a room and opened drawers and asked me to put on a swimsuit.It was a bikini.
I came out, and he said, "Wow."Having saved a damsel in distress, he escorted her to the pool where he told the crowd, "That is a stunning Trump girl, isn’t it?"
They later dated. Trump always liked dating smart, good looking. At the New York Military Academy, Trump was the captain of the Class of 1964, a group of 99 boys who became men at that college prep school. Classmate George White pointed out that Trump was called the Ladies Man in their yearbook:
He wasn't bringing the same girl. He had a variety of girls coming up. Donald was bringing in very pretty women, very sophisticated women and very well-dressed women. You could always tell they were of a higher class.Trump learned the building construction business from the subfloor up from his father Fred Trump, whom he deeply admired. But he hired Barbara A. Res as a construction manager against his father's wishes. In her memoir, Res wrote:
Fred did not like the idea that Donald had hired me. “A woman?” Donald told me that. But I could tell by the way Fred treated me. He used to say that all the time: “You don’t know what you are talking about.” When I would complain to Donald about Fred, he would say, “Fred didn’t want me to hire you or didn’t think it was a woman’s job.”Countless other interviews revealed Trump liked attracting beautiful, strong women.