More crude remarks surface

Mr Trump was asked on a radio show 10 years ago whether his daughter Ivanka (right), who was 24 at the time, had breast implants and he said she did not have any, adding that "she's actually always been very voluptuous".
Mr Trump was asked on a radio show 10 years ago whether his daughter Ivanka, who was 24 at the time, had breast implants and he said she did not have any, adding that "she's actually always been very voluptuous".PHOTO: AGENCE FRANCE- PRESSE

WASHINGTON • Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has had crude, sexually explicit conversations in a series of radio interviews over the past 23 years, even noting how "voluptuous" his daughter was.

In a new batch of recordings from Mr Howard Stern's radio show aired on Saturday by CNN, Mr Trump - then 60 years old - said he would "have no problem" having sex with 24-year-olds and that he "couldn't care less" if he satisfies the women he sleeps with.

He also said "it's checkout time" once women reach the age of 35 and that he had engaged in three- way sex.

"Haven't we all?" he asked.

When asked if he had ever had sex with contestants in the Miss Universe contest, Mr Trump said that "as the owner of the pageant, it's your obligation to do that".

He talked about barging in on naked Miss Universe pageant contestants in their dressing room.

"I'm allowed to go in, because I'm the owner of the pageant, and therefore I'm inspecting it," he said.

In the recordings, Mr Trump also traded observations with the radio host on his older daughter Ivanka.

On a show 10 years ago, Mr Stern asked if Ms Trump - who was 24 at the time - had breast implants and her father said she did not have any. "She's actually always been very voluptuous," he added.

Mr Trump was a frequent guest on Mr Stern's show and during one of those appearances in 2000, he was joined by his wife Melania on the phone and she said they "have incredible sex once a day, sometimes even more".

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 10, 2016, with the headline 'More crude remarks surface'. Print Edition | Subscribe