Published On: Tue, Oct 11th, 2016

Barbara Res details the profanity, insulting and vulgar attacks by Donald Trump as Trump Organization executive

The former executive vice president and senior vice president at the Trump Organization Barbara Res recounted life under Donald Trump, working for the mogul for eighteen years.

“I had never heard him say ‘p****’ before. I heard him say ‘f***’ a million times,” Res told The Daily Beast connecting the language to the lewd audio released last week. “The way he said it—I just grab it—I was shocked at that, and then you know, when I took the time to put it into context, I said, yeah, that’s right.”

“He’s terribly sexist. He’s a womanizer for sure,” Res said.

“He hired me for a specific reason: Because I was really good. And he told me, and he believed this, that women had to work harder and be smarter and were willing to work harder than men, and that’s what he wanted, and he had a couple of women working for him… ‘Men are better than women,’ he said, ‘but a good woman is better than 10 men.’ I think he thought I would take it as a compliment, and I think it was intended as a compliment.”

photo/ donkeyhotey

photo/ donkeyhotey

The Beast article details many scenarios, noting Res “oversaw the construction of Trump Tower on 57th and Fifth and the rehabilitation of the Plaza Hotel on Central Park South,” publishing several photos of her.

“I thought about the times that he bragged about how women were chasing him and all these movie stars wanted him, talking about how he’s such a magnet to women,” Res recounted. “He once said that, when his business was failing in the early ’90s, he blamed it on the fact that his executives did a bad job while he was off, in his words, ‘f***ing women two and three at a time’—he said that!”

All of that said, the actions alluded to in the audio, grabbing women by their genitals, isn’t something she witnessed.

“I saw him leering at women and putting his arm around them and stuff like that, but never anything of the magnitude described,” she said.

There are countless examples provided by Res, who points to Trump’s fame, feeding his dishonesty and inability to handle criticisms.

“He got too famous. He started believing his own shit,” she said. “He got way too famous and, you know, people were telling him he was great and he was buying that. He started thinking that he walked on water, he really did.”

Check out the full report at the BEAST HERE

photo/ Mary Pahlke via pixabay

photo/ Mary Pahlke via pixabay


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