Becoming the presumptive Republican presidential nominee has made Donald Trump a political bullseye for many. When you have “supposed” victims refute sexist claims made against him then maybe there’s a problem with the reporting.
Donald Trump was furious about a recent New York Times’ article portraying him a sexist and demeaning pig who judges women on their appearances alone. The New York Times interviewed several women who dated Donald Trump in the past in what seems to be an attempt to smear the presidential nominee’s character.
The headliner in that article was Rowanne Brewer Lane, a former model who dated Trump for several months starting in the late 1990s. When the article broke, she immediately contacted the media to set the record straight.
“He never made me feel like I was being demeaned in any way.”
~ Rowanne Brewer Lane
She said her words were mischaracterized in the Times article, which used dozens of interviews to show what it said was a pattern of unsettling personal behavior by the presidential candidate with women.
For the original New York Times article, click here.