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Trump claims never to call daughter Ivanka beautiful anymore, sparking controversy

Rodolfo Vieira
Nov 08, 2018
12:22 P.M.
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President Donald Trump claimed that would never call his daughter, Ivanka Trump, beautiful again because it isn't politically correct.

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On Monday, November 5, 2018, Trump was in Cleveland for a rally and when it came time to introduce Ivanka, he referred to her as 'really smart.'

As it can be seen in a short video circulating on Twitter, the President's words caused quite a reaction from his supporters, who didn't waste any time booing.

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The crowd wasn't against Trump; they were against the notion that calling a female beautiful is considered politically incorrect, at least in Trump's opinion.

“Now I don’t know if they’ll say this is nepotism, but the truth is she’s a very, very — you’re not allowed to use the word ‘beautiful’ anymore when you talk about women, you’re not allowed, no, no, it’s politically incorrect.”

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Donald Trump, Twitter, November 5, 2018

AN EMPTY PROMISE

The 71-year-old used sarcasm to mock the fact that he wasn't allowed to comment on women's looks anymore, which was why he jokingly vowed not to do it again.

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"I will never call a woman beautiful again, and every man here, every man here, raise your hand, you will never say your wife, your girlfriend, anybody is beautiful, right?”

Donald Trump, Twitter, November 5, 2018

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AN ATTACKING WAVE

Although the President's words were comprehended by everyone, people online didn't miss the chance to take a jab at the Head of the White House, using past incidents as ammunition.

A Twitter user named Kevin Barr wondered if Trump would apologize to the women that he called 'pigs' and 'cows,' while another one accused Trump of only being interested in a woman's beauty.

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THE TURNING POINT

One of Trump's biggest scandals is still the one that took place inside a bus with former "Access Hollywood" host Billy Bush in 2016. At the time, Trump was heard on tape making very sexist and obscene remarks against women.

Although he denied making those remarks, Bush, who was fired for encouraging Trump's sexual boasts, has since come forward to confirm that the then Presidential candidate did, in fact, make all those statements.

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