Donald Trump, Women, and Sex: What Men Over 50 Can Learn
by Jack Kinum, Editor, maleenhancementover50.com
“You once told a contestant it would be a pretty picture to see her on her knees.” – Megyn Kelly to Trump, Fox News Presidential Debate
President-Elect Donald J. Trump has taken America by storm.
Trump first burst on the political scene in Summer 2016 by tangling with a feisty younger woman: Fox News bombshell Megyn Kelly.
Indeed, women have played a major role throughout Trump’s life.
Trump has been married 3 times – and, when single, has dated everyone from models to ‘seemingly happily married women.’
“If I told the real stories of my experiences with women, often seemingly very happily married and important women,” Trump wrote in The Art of the Comeback. “This book would be a guaranteed best-seller… ”
Trump once told Maureen Dowd of the The New York Times: ‘‘ [Women] know me better than anybody else. Women are much tougher and more calculating than men. I relate better to women.”
In between, there are many lessons Men Over 50 can learn from Trump about how to succeed with “The Mysterious Sex.”
Women Are Not Innocent Angels – They Are Sexually Attracted to Powerful Men
“Her husband was sitting on the other side of the table…. All of a sudden I felt her hand on my knee, then on my leg. She started petting me in all different ways. ” – Donald Trump, The Art of the Comeback
“Women have one of the great acts of all time,” Trump wrote in The Art of the Comeback. “The smart ones act very feminine and needy, but inside they are real killers.”
“The person who came up with the expression ‘the weaker sex’ was either very naive or had to be kidding. I have seen women manipulate men with just a twitch of their eye — or perhaps another body part.”
“I remember attending a magnificent dinner being given by one of the most admired people in the world,” he wrote in The Art of the Comeback. “ I was seated next to a lady of great social pedigree and wealth. Her husband was sitting on the other side of the table, and we were having a very nice but extremely straight conversation.”
“All of a sudden I felt her hand on my knee, then on my leg,” Trump said. “She started petting me in all different ways. I looked at her and asked, ‘Is everything all right?’ I didn’t want to make a scene in a ballroom full of five hundred VIPs. The amazing part about her was who she was — one of the biggest of the big. She then asked me to dance, and I accepted.”
“But the level of aggression [from women] was unbelievable. This is not infrequent, it happens all the time.”
“While we were dancing she became very aggressive, and I said, ‘Look, we have a problem. Your husband is sitting at the table, and so is my wife.’
‘Donald,’ she said. ‘I don’t care. I just don’t care. I have to have you, and I have to have you now.’ I told her that I’d call her, but that she had to stop the behavior immediately. She made me promise, and I did. When I called I just called to say hello, and that was the end of that.
But the level of aggression [from women] was unbelievable. This is not infrequent, it happens all the time.”
Real Men Love Women and Sex
“I’ve been successful with your girlfriend, I’ll tell you that.” – Donald Trump, when single, in 2001
While women have come on to Trump, Trump has been no slouch himself.
When Trump was single in the 1990’s, Trump told Howard Stern, he stole a girlfriend from celebrity columnist A.J. Benza:
“I’ve been successful with your girlfriend, I’ll tell you that,” Trump bragged on a 2001 Stern show. “I took her away like he was a dog. …While you were getting onto the plane to go to California thinking that she was your girlfriend, she was some place that you wouldn’t have been very happy with.”
When he was single, Trump told Maureen Dowd he liked then President Bill Clinton but would stock the White House with supermodels and keep the hot tub Clinton installed on the South Lawn.
”We would have a lot of fun,” Trump said.
In this time, Trump even appeared on “Sex and The City.”
“69 year old Trump recently called the 30 year old beauty ‘absolutely flawless'”
Currently happily married, Trump remains a normal man. On women he finds attractive, 69 year old Trump recently told Howard Stern he thinks 30 year old actress Keira Knightley is “absolutely flawless.”
Trump also told Howard Stern that Paris Hilton is “really beautiful.”
Trump admitted he did watch a sex tape that featured Paris Hilton, which was leaked onto the Internet.
The Most Successful Men Have the Highest Sex Drive
“Donald Trump is no stranger to sex and beautiful women.”
Trump is no stranger to sex and beautiful women. He once described his days as a single man in New York City:
“I was especially carefree [in the early-mid 1970s,” Trump wrote in Surviving at the Top. “I had a comfortable little studio apartment in Third Avenue in the city, and I maintained a lifestyle that was fairly commonplace then but that now, in an age when people are worried about dying from sex, is hard to even imagine…. I was out four or five nights a week, usually with a different woman each time, and I was enjoying myself immensely.”
“I was out four or five nights a week, usually with a different woman each time, and I was enjoying myself immensely.”
“One of the first things I did was join Le Club, which at the time was the hottest club in the city and perhaps the most exclusive — like Studio 54 at its height,” Trump wrote in the The Art of the Deal.
“It was located on East 54th Street, and its membership included some of the most successful men and the most beautiful women in the world. . . . [I]t turned out to be a great move for me, socially and professionally. I met a lot of beautiful young single women, and I went out almost every night.”
“These were beautiful women, but many of them couldn’t carry on a normal conversation.”
“Actually, I never got involved with any of them very seriously. These were beautiful women, but many of them couldn’t carry on a normal conversation. Some were vain, some were crazy, some were wild, and many of them were phonies.”
“For example, I quickly found out that I couldn’t take these girls back to my apartment, because by their standards, what I had was a disaster, and in their world appearances were everything.”
In 1977, Australian newspaper magnet Rupert Murdoch landed in America. Murdoch quickly snagged a crown jewel – The New York Post. Murdoch soon learned any Post story on Donald J. Trump was the gift that kept on giving.
Murdoch’s wallet expanded whenever Trump was put on the front page. The newspaper flew off the shelves. New Yorkers couldn’t wait to hear what he said next.
By the 1990’s, Murdoch put Trump on more Post covers than any other human being. But one in particular made Trump blow his top.
An aspiring actress named Marla Maples was quoted gushing The Donald was “The Best Sex I Ever Had.”
As soon as Trump saw the cover, he called a lawyer. “Sue for defamation,” Trump ordered.
As Trump later told Howard Stern, “The lawyer said, ‘Excuse me, Mr. Trump, are you sure you don’t want women saying that about you?’
“He was right, and we cancelled it. There’s no better publicity!”
It’s OK for a Man to Have High Sexual Standards
“Sadly, Heidi Klum is no longer a 10.” – Donald Trump
Trump is very particular when evaluating women.
Trump told The New York Times’ Maureen Dowd that Heidi Klum in no longer a “10”
“Certain guys tell me they want women of substance, not beautiful models. It just means they can’t get beautiful models.”
“Does she have a good body? No. Does she have a fat ass? Absolutely.”
On Kim Kardashian’s body, Trump told Howard Stern: “Does she have a good body? No. Does she have a fat ass? Absolutely.”
On Halle Berry, Trump told Stern: ““From the midsection to the shoulders, she’s a 10. The face is a solid 8. And the legs are maybe a little bit less than that.”
A Man’s Passion for Women Must Be Managed
“I was flying back and forth to Paris on the weekends, going to fashion shows. And I wasn’t looking at the dresses. ” – Donald Trump
By the late 80’s, as his marriage to Ivana was falling apart, so was Trump’s business empire.
And women played a major role.
The Golden Boy with the golden touch who “could not lose” for 2 decades suddenly found everything he touched was going to hell.
By 1991, Trump was heavily in debt, on the verge of business bankruptcy.
In the middle of a emergency meeting with creditors in a New York office, Trump reportedly took a break.
Trump then put on a video on the conference room projector of Marla Maples dancing in a bikini and high heels at a beauty pageant.
“Would you look at this girl,” Trump said to the other men in suits. “She’s unbelievable.”
In the previous few years, Trump’s major activity, besides creditor meetings, seemed to be pursuing women. One of his favorite pick-up spots was European fashion shows.
He later attributed part of his business problems to “taking his eye off the ball.”
“I was flying back and forth to Paris on the weekends, going to fashion shows. And I wasn’t looking at the dresses,” Trump wrote in Surviving at the Top.
By the late 1990’s, Trump was back on top in business. He has not come down since. It seems in this period of his life, Trump learned some tough lessons about fine line between business and sex.
He later said: “You cannot have it both ways.”
It Can Take Time To Find “The One”
“There is high maintenance. There is low maintenance. I want no maintenance. ” – Donald Trump
Trump was born in Queens, New York in 1946. His father, Fred, built a very successful real estate empire, building middle-class homes in the New York outer boroughs.
Trump’s home was a traditional one. His father worked, his mother stayed home. He called his mother Mary a “beauty,” who maintained a traditional home.
When Trump married his first wife, Ivana, in 1977, that is the home he also started. Ivana was a world-class model, but agreed to give up a career to raise their 3 children.
Meanwhile, Trump became a workaholic – building a real estate empire in Manhattan, buying a football team, and opening a string of Atlantic City casinos. In the process he became a national figure, gracing the cover of Newsweek magazine at just 37 years old.
It was this period where Ivana gave him the name that stuck ever since: “The Donald.”
But all that ambition came with a price. Trouble began in the marriage, it seems, when Ivana became less of a traditional wife and began working as a Trump executive.
“My big mistake with Ivana was taking her out of the role of wife and allowing her to run one of my casinos in Atlantic City, then the Plaza Hotel,” Trump wrote in The Art of the Comeback. “The problem was, work was all she wanted to talk about. When I got home at night, rather than talking about the softer subjects of life, she wanted to tell me how well the Plaza was doing, or what a great day the casino had.”
“I really appreciated all her efforts, but it was just too much. . . I will never again give a wife responsibility within my business… For a man to be successful he needs support at home, just like my father had from my mother, not someone who is always griping and bitching. ”
Meanwhile, Trump’s workaholic tendencies took a toll. In a 1998 Nightline interview, Trump admitted: “”I just know it’s very hard for women to compete because I do love what I do. I really love it.”
Trump divorced Ivana in 1992. In 1993, he married model Marla Maples, only to divorce her in 1999.
Of women, Trump said in Surviving at The Top: “There is high maintenance. And there is low maintenance. I want no maintenance.”
In the early 2000’s, then in his fifties, Trump finally found a woman who was willing to play his game.
In 2005 he married his present wife, another model, the former Melania Knauss.
Reportedly it was Melania who wanted to have children, and Trump obliged.
“She wants to have children, and I’m all for it,” Trump said. “When you’re rich you can have as many kids as you want.”
Barron Trump was born in 2006. Although Melania’s husband is a billionaire, Donald and Melania decided not to use a nanny.
“If you have too much help, you don’t get to know your children,” Melania told People magazine.