PALM BEACH — At this point, everyone is familiar with the 2005 Access Hollywood tape where current president Donald Trump boasted to host Billy Bush that he—among other claims—would “grab” unconsenting women “by the pussy,” implying that he could do so without consequence due to his fame.
Unsurprisingly, this was not a lone aberration.
Trump, who has been accused of sexual misconduct by 20 women, reportedly told writer Michael Corcoran of Maximum Golf magazine that “there is nothing in the world like first-rate pussy” in 2000.
Corcoran had flown from New York to Florida with America’s classiest president to interview him for the now-closed magazine at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort. Trump’s comments were in regard to a “young socialite” upon his observing her at a club dinner.
An editor of Corcoran’s magazine also confirmed the account.
The writer’s story about the trip grew more interesting still when he pointed out that Trump had his personal plane wait at the marine terminal to take on additional passengers, namely Palm Beach pedophile and comrade-in-sexual-misconduct Jeffrey Epstein and his gal-pal Ghislaine Maxwell.
“You broke the cardinal rule, Jeffrey!” Trump allegedly shouted at the duo upon their arrival. “Never be late for someone else’s plane!”
According to Corcoran, Trump additionally boasted about his many property holdings and the appearance of his (at that time) girlfriend Melania.
Trump owned up to the Access Hollywood recording when it was released last year and offered a short apology, but has reportedly begun casting doubt on the tape’s veracity of late.
Not knowing when to leave well enough alone, the president has continued tweeting about sex scandals in the news, calling out Matt Lauer and Al Franken and—in so doing—calling additional attention to his own alleged indiscretions.
The White House has offered any comment on Corcoran’s tale.
Trump’s quote did not appear in the Maximum Golf article at the time, but it wasn’t for lack of trying.
“I was asked to change the last word of the story from ‘pussy,’” said editor Joe Bargmann. “When I refused, my top editor changed the quote.”
One of the few times the term “fake news” was actually applicable to accounts of Trump’s behavior.