Dating a fat pig

She's disgusting." One year earlier, New York Times columnist Gail Collins wrote in that paper about a note she received from Trump after she wrote about his financial challenges.

The note, written in true Trump form on a print-out of that very same column, consisted of a circle drawn around Collins' face and these words: “The Face of a Dog!

Megyn Kelly did not soften or in any way mince words.

Dating a fat pig

If Trump were to become the GOP's eventual nominee, the comments, Kelly said, could leave him and his party vulnerable to claims that he is an active participant in the Democratic Party-alleged GOP "war on women." Their exchange follows: KELLY: Mr. You once told a contestant on Celebrity Apprentice it would be a pretty picture to see her on her knees.

Trump, one of the things people love about you is you speak your mind and you don't use a politician's filter. Does that sound to you like the temperament of a man we should elect as president, and how will you answer the charge from Hillary Clinton, who was likely to be the Democratic nominee, that you are part of the war on women?

Here’s is Mumia’s piece: (NOTE: Please see special announcement at the end of today’s column. ) The past week saw People magazine at the center of yet another controversy when it featured on its cover one Ms.

Tess Holliday, hailed as the world’s first BBW Supermodel, at 5’5″, 280lbs and wearing a 22 dress size.

(And even then, there remains some room for thought.) And finally, according to the Supreme Court, any comment that suggests some type of sexual contact with a colleague or contemporary can contribute to a hostile work or school environment.

For the record, Trump reportedly said on Friday, the day after the debate, that he can't recall using words such as "dog," ''fat" and "disgusting" in disagreements with women.

Trump has referred to comedian and talk-show host Rosie O'Donnell as a "fat pig" -- among other pejoratives -- more than once. And Trump went back to that same language well during the debate.

In response, the often-combative O'Donnell tweeted a reminder that she wasn't the only one who heard what Trump said.

There is an interesting story in the Daily Mail today about a formerly slim woman who gained significant weight over the course of her marriage, much to her husband’s dismay.

This woman is rather exceptional in the media, in that she understands her husband no longer finds her sexually attractive, and that isn’t something he can consciously control.

The degree to which these comments are sexist or even misogynistic is going to be the subject of some debate. If a man's response to a disagreement with a woman includes commentary on her appearance, apropos of nothing else in the discussion, prepare, at the very least, for some people to regard that response as sexist.

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