EXCLUSIVE: ‘Horndog’ Trump bragged about sleeping with black women to ‘get a little chocolate in his diet’, says he needs the opposite of Viagra ‘to make my erection go down’ and was obsessed with knowing ‘who’s f***ing’ Hope Hicks, claims author
- Author Michael Wolff has written a new explosive book, Siege: Trump Under Fire, the sequel to his bestselling Fire and Fury
- The book describes Trump as obsessed with sex and quotes the president saying: ‘I don’t need Viagra. I need a pill to make my erection go down’
- Wolff claims that former UN ambassador Nikki Haley once gave Donald Trump oral sex, leaving her ‘enraged’ before she resigned
- Trump once bragged to Fox News host Tucker Carlson that he occasionally likes to sleep with black women, Wolff writes
- Wolff alleges that Trump has cheated on First Lady Melania since taking office, spending his Christmas in the White House where he was ‘banging’ a staffer
- He also writes that Hope Hicks was a ‘frequent subject of [Trump’s] prurient interest’, and would demand to know ‘Who’s f**king Hope?’
Donald Trump spent hours giving Robert Kraft legal advice after he was arrested for soliciting a prostitute and told him: ‘You’re innocent’.
The President took time out from running the country to give ‘copious’ amounts of briefings to the New England Patriots owner, a new book says.
Trump supposedly told him to reject a plea deal and ‘don’t give an inch’ – advice he said was better than anything Kraft would get from a lawyer.
The claims are made in the book Siege: Trump Under Fire, Michael Wolff’s latest expose about the Trump White House, a sequel to his explosive Fire and Fury.
In Siege, Wolff depicts a President who is obsessed with sex and says that he needed the opposite of Viagra – a pill to make his erection go down.
Michael Wolff’s new book Siege: Trump Under Fire describes the president as obsessed with sex, having cheated on First Lady Melania and quotes him saying: ‘I don’t need Viagra. I need a pill to make my erection go down’
Wolff claims that Trump advised New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft not to ‘give an inch’ to investigators after he was busted for receiving sex acts at a spa in Florida
Wolff includes anecdotes that he admits were trashed by Trump’s staffers, such as the President’s astonishing claim that his former UN ambassador Nikki Haley once gave him oral sex, leaving her ‘enraged’.
Author Michael Wolff has written a new explosive book, Siege: Trump Under Fire following his bestseller Fire and Fury
DailyMail.com obtained a copy of the book ahead of its launch tomorrow, June 4, amid controversy over how much of the book is accurate.
Among the most outrageous anecdotes is that Trump once bragged to Fox News host Tucker Carlson about his taste for black women.
Trump is said to have liked to sleep with them every now and then to ‘get a little chocolate in his diet’.
The morning after one such encounter Trump was ‘ridiculed’ by his friends.
In a rare moment of self-reflection Trump ‘looked at himself in the mirror and was reassured that nothing had changed – he was still the Trumpster’.
Trump offered this as an ‘anecdote to show that he was not racist’, Wolff writes.
On another occasion ‘horndog’ Trump told a Hollywood friend who visited him in the White House: ‘I only f*** beautiful girls – you can attest to that’.
In a voicemail to Carlson, writes Wolff, Trump once bragged: ‘It’s true you have better hair than I do but I get more p***y than you’.
Trump’s coarseness led to him routinely embarrassing his former communications director Hope Hicks by asking: ‘Who’s f****** Hope?’
Trump’s son Don Jr also got in on the act and talked about wanting to ‘f*** Hope’ even though he was married at the time, Wolff claims.
Hope Hicks was a ‘frequent subject of [Trump’s] prurient interest’, and would demand to know ‘Who’s f**king Hope?’ Wolff writes
Wolff claims that former UN ambassador Nikki Haley once gave Donald Trump oral sex, leaving her ‘enraged’ before she resigned
Trump once bragged to Fox News host Tucker Carlson that he occasionally likes to sleep with black women to ‘get a little chocolate in his diet’, Wolff writes
Wolff also alleges that Trump has cheated on First Lady Melania Trump since he took office.
He supposedly did not go to Mar-a-Lago, his Florida estate, last Christmas with her because he was ‘banging’ a White House staffer that he liked, though Wolff does not provide any more details or a name.
Wolff says that the #MeToo era is a long way from reaching Trump who privately called Harvey Weinstein a ‘good guy’.
His advice to Kraft was not to admit to anything even though police had a video of him visiting a massage parlor in Palm Beach, Florida.
Wolff writes that even though he was supposed to be the Leader Of The Free World, Trump ‘seemed to find comfort in counseling Kraft on his legal peril, offering him copious amounts of advice and maintaining he was much better than any lawyer’.
Wolff writes: ‘He (Trump) knew what to do. He knew how to handle it. They always wanted you to plead out. But don’t give an inch’.
Bragging about his virility, Trump once said: ‘I don’t need Viagra. I need a pill to make my erection go down’.
The confirmation of Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh was another instance when Trump’s views on sex were on full display, Wolff writes, as Trump at one point said: ‘If it wasn’t true she would have claimed rape or something, not just a kiss’
When Kavanaugh said he was a virgin at the time of the alleged assault on Christine Blasey Ford, Trump said: ‘My virgin justice. This man has no pride! Man? Did I say man? I don’t think so’, Wolff writes
Wolff claims Trump privately called Harvey Weinstein a ‘good guy’ after the #MeToo scandal, pictured together in 2009
The confirmation of Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh was another instance when Trump’s views on sex were on full display, Wolff writes.
Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings were nearly derailed when Christine Blasey Ford claimed that he assaulted her in 1982 when she was 15 and he was 17.
According to Wolff, Trump ‘could not get enough’ of the story, asking: ‘He pushed her down on the bed and that’s it?
‘How long had he held her down? Did he just fall on her and go in for a kiss? Or was it humping?’
When Trump was told Kavanaugh’s friend Mark Judge had written a book about their drunken high school days, Trump whacked his head and said: ‘What kind of idiots did you get me here?’
As the scandal built Trump thought that the appointment of Kavanaugh could be part of a Catholic conspiracy to get another one of their own the Supreme Court.
When Kavanaugh defended himself poorly over the allegations Trump speculated that he had been ‘abused by a Catholic priest’, Wolff claims.
Trump supposedly said: ‘This is embarrassing. Catholic school boys’.
Michael Wolff new book Siege promises to be as controversial as his bestseller Fire and Fury
The rest of the Trump family was in Mar-a-Lago over the Christmas holiday, while Donald was in the White House during the government shut down
While Trump was ‘alone’ in the White House during the holidays, Wolff claims he was actually ‘banging’ a staffer
It got worse for Kavanaugh when he said in an interview he was a virgin at the time.
Trump said: ‘My virgin justice. This man has no pride! Man? Did I say man? I don’t think so’.
When Trump learned that former President George W Bush had come to Kavanaugh’s defense, he said: ‘The drunks stick together…Virgin-man will sell me out’, referring to Bush’s arrest for drunk driving in his youth.
During Blasey Ford’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Trump offered his own commentary and suggested he believed her.
He said: ‘If it wasn’t true she would have claimed rape or something, not just a kiss’.
As the testimony continued Trump said that ‘she’s good’ but watching Kavanaugh he said ‘I wanted to slap him’, branding him a ‘Virgin crybaby’ when he broke down in tears.
Later on Trump changed his tune and said: ‘After 40 years she’s still upset? Give me a break. Give. Me. A. Break’.
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