POLITICS
05/20/2016 04:32 pm ET

Donald Trump's Appearances On Howard Stern Tell You Everything You Need To Know About His Views On Women

Trump loves to talk about his sex life.

Donald Trump loves women. And Donald Trump loves Howard Stern. And Donald Trump loves talking about women with Howard Stern.

Over the course of more than 20 years and roughly two dozen appearances on the "Howard Stern Show,Trump has been quite candid about his sex life, fake breasts, and his general view of women.

If you could sum it up -- and really, who could possibly sum up such an enlightened view? -- Donald Trump thinks women are objects that exist for his pleasure.

Just a few pearls from Trump's mouth to Stern's listeners:

  • "I tend to like beautiful women more than unattractive women."

  • "A person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10."

  • "Do you like girls that are five-foot-one? They call it -- they come up to you-know-where."

That is: to his penis, if you needed that spelled out for you.

Trump claims to "cherish" women, but his past behavior, which has been meticulously documented, suggests he holds a grotesque, outdated, objectified view of the opposite sex.

When Stern asked Trump in 2005 if he would have more kids with his new wife Melania, Trump suggested he was open to the idea because, "I mean, I won't do anything to take care of them."

Trump, who -- we'll remind you -- is the presumptive Republican nominee to be president of the United States, has also been far more forthcoming about his sex life on the "Howard Stern Show" than he's been about topics like how he'd balance the budget.

"The sex is extraordinary," Trump said in 2005 of his new wife.

"You know, she's a great beauty, but she's a great beauty [on the] inside," Trump said, "which is almost as important."

"Not really," Stern added.

"No, probably not," Trump clarified.

Editor's note: Donald Trump regularly incites political violence and is a serial liarrampant xenophoberacistmisogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims -- 1.6 billion members of an entire religion -- from entering the U.S.

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