Just when we thought Donald Trump couldn't get any creepier, another video surfaces that shows his true colors.
This one, filmed in 2007 at a Learning Annex speech in San Francisco, was uncovered by Mother Jones a while back and shows the Republican nominee boasting about hiring a teenager with no experience just because she was "pretty."
In the same speech — which he was allegedly paid $1.5 million for — he also compared his attraction to woman to alcoholism.
The footage reported by DailyMail.com begins with him interviewing a young woman in the audience who seemingly idolizes Trump for reasons I will never understand.
My name is Juliet. I have a question. My question is, how many jets do you have and how can I apply to be a flight attendant?
Trump immediately invites her onstage after the question, and the creepiness commences.
Before Juliet even gets the the stage, he says, "I think she's hired."
Catcalls, whistles and applause are heard from the audience as she approaches his podium.
When she arrives, The Donald takes one look at Juliet and confirms that she is indeed "hired," while tugging her closely to him and putting his tiny little fingers around her waist.
To confirm the fact that her beauty is the only reason Donald didn't think twice about hiring the woman, he begins telling a story about a young girl who applied to be a waitress and had no experience whatsoever.
But, he hired her because she was a "world-class beauty."
Verbatim, he says,
You know, I had a case that was very interesting. A beautiful girl who was 17 or 18 and applied to be a waitress. So beautiful. She's like a world-class beauty — like the young lady who just asked a question about the actress. She's so beautiful. And my people came and she said, 'Mr. Trump, she has no experience.' So I interviewed her anyway because she was so pretty.
And I said, 'Let me ask you, do you have any experience?' She goes, 'No, sir.' I say, 'When can you start?'
Check out the footage below.
The audience roars, and Donald kisses Juliet on the cheek. He sends her offstage and says, "You can work on my plane anytime."
SO. FUCKING. CREEPY.
He then continues and compares his attraction to women to his alcoholism, saying that Juliet working on his plane would be a "death wish" to him.
That's like an alcoholic. I have many friends who are wonderful people — they are alcoholics. You put Scotch in front of them, it's like, this would be my form of alcoholism.
The fact that Donald has compared his attraction to woman to an addiction to alcohol makes me want to vomit, but I won't digress.
Hopefully Juliet explored a career path that showcased more than just her looks. But according to Donald, nothing else really matters, does it?