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Donald Trump Jr says Trump’s locker room talks in 2005 just “a fact of life”

Trump Jr. opened up his mind on the audio conversations made by Donald Trump, "... I think we probably all know guys who have had conversations with other guys that go a little bit in that direction, that's a fact of life."

Responding to Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump’s sexist locker room comments in 2005, Donald Trump Jr. justified his father saying they were “a fact of life.”

In a radio chat on Friday, Trump Jr. opened up his mind on the audio conversations made by Donald Trump, “Obviously he’s not happy about that, but I think we probably all know guys who have had conversations with other guys that go a little bit in that direction, that’s a fact of life. I think he’s able to relate to ordinary Americans because in many cases he is still very much like that. He does do that. He hasn’t spent his whole life sitting there polishing every statement he’s ever made, every conversation he’s ever had.”

Trump’s wife Melania in an interview given to CNN also supported her husband, saying he was forced into boy talk.
Melania claimed that “this is not the man I know”, while admitting that his “the language was inappropriate. It’s not acceptable. And I was surprised because that is not the man that I know.” http://naradanews.com/2016/10/melania-trump-claims-donald-trump-was-forced-into-boy-talk-in-locker-room-chat/

Following the incident, Trump has apologised over his comments, but he claimed he has become a victim of the conspiracy hatched by ”Crooked Hillary and media.”

Meanwhile Trump walked out of a TV interview when asked about his sexist comments made in 2005. http://edition.cnn.com/videos/politics/2016/10/21/trump-interview-walk-off-orig-vstan.cnn

 

 

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