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2024 Nasty Women Calendar

Trump Lashes Out at Women Who Served in His Administration Warning of ‘End of Democracy’

It's not the first time... It takes a special person to attack war widows, rape victims, young girls and journalists. Check some of the other women Trump has insulted with the 2024 NASTY WOMEN CALENDAR.

2024 Nasty Women Calendar

What triggers Trump?

Alyssa Farah Griffin blasted her former boss over his unfounded claims about the 2020 presidential election being rigged, claiming the Republican will do "anything to get into power and to stay into power."

Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House aide who testified during the congressional subcommittee hearings on the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, called Trump a "weak and feeble man," taking issue with the former president joking recently he'd be a dictator on "day one" of his next stint in the White House. Hutchinson argued that the "singular focus" should be on making sure Trump is defeated if he wins the Republican Party nomination.

"I've never voted for a Democrat in my life, but I think that in this next election, I would put policy aside and choose democracy," said former deputy press secretary Sarah Matthews, echoing the same points about Trump being a major potential threat to the country.

2024 Nasty Women Calendar

President Trump has a history of attacking women by mocking their bodily functions, demeaning their looks or comparing them to animals. ‘Horseface,’ ‘Lowlife,’ ‘Fat, Ugly’:

Trump referred to the pornographic film actress Stephanie Clifford as “Horseface” in a tweet, adding her to a long list of women he has attacked by demeaning their looks, mocking their bodily functions or comparing them to animals. Trump’s verbal assault came as he gloated about a federal judge’s decision to dismiss a defamation suit filed by Ms. Clifford, who is known professionally as Stormy Daniels. Ms. Clifford’s lawyer responded by calling the president “a disgusting misogynist.” Ms. Clifford — who was paid $130,000 through Mr. Trump’s former lawyer to buy her silence about sex she said she had with Mr. Trump — replied on Twitter by using the nickname “Tiny” for the president. - NY Times

Trump and Republicans ban abortions. Deny women their freedoms and promote misogyny.

Nasty women vote

One of the many jarring moments during CNN's town hall with former President Donald Trump occurred when the moderator, CNN anchor Kaitlan Collins, was asking Trump why he held on to classified documents when he left the White House. The FBI later recovered them from Mar a Lago by executing a search warrant.

When Collins pointed out that the difference between Trump and Joe Biden, who also faces questions about classified documents found at his house but who didn't ignore a subpoena, Trump interrupted her. "It's very simple that you're a nasty person, I'll tell you," Trump said, attempting to insult her as his supporters in the crowd cheered.

"Can you answer why you held on to the documents?" Collins asked again, at which point Trump launched into a rambling answer that boils down to he was negotiating with the National Archives during the year-plus when the government was seeking them. It's the insult to Collins' face, calling her "nasty," that was jarring. And the cheering crowd made it more so. The word has long been a favorite insult of Trump's, often hurled at women who frustrate him.

He called Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman" at the close of the final presidential debate in 2016. He's used it on Vice President Kamala Harris and former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Of Meghan Markle, who had criticized him, in 2019, Trump told a British newspaper, "I didn't know that she was nasty."

TakeAway: You can tell a lot about a person by who they are afraid of and insult. NASTY WOMEN vote for Democrats.

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