For anyone else, sparring with the parents of a fallen U.S. soldier and kicking a baby out of a rally would be a pretty solid week in terms of low points. For Trump, that’s just getting started. After the ouster of FOX News head Roger Ailes last month over a deluge of accusations about sexual harassment, Trump, unsurprisingly, continued to support his friend. He said it was suspicious that many of the women that accused Ailes had also been promoted by him, or said nice things about him after the fact. Again, for anyone else, that would be bad enough, but, well, you know…
Asked how he thought his daughter Ivanka would handle being sexually harassed, he said “I would like to think she would find another career or find another company if that was the case.”
Proving that the rotten apple doesn’t fall far from the rotten tree, Trump’s son Eric echoed the sentiments.
“Ivanka is a strong, powerful woman, she would not allow herself to be subjected to it,” he said when asked about his father’s comments.
So, to sum up here, if you’re ever sexually harassed at work here’s all you need to do
- Be stronger
- Just start a new career.
It’s so simple when you put it like that. Why didn’t anyone think of this before?