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Donald Trump laughs and shrugs in agreement as he is labeled a 'sexual predator' on his old friend Howard Stern's radio show... and this time Ivanka finds it funny too
- Trump appeared on Stern's show with Ivanka and Donald Jr in 2006
- Co-host Robin Quivers labeled him a 'sexual predator' and he shrugged
- Ivanka, who was at the time 24, burst into laughter and pat his shoulder
- In the same year Trump boasted he could 'grab women by the p****'
- Six women have accused the candidate of groping them without consent
- Trump vehemently denied their separate allegations on Thursday
He has vociferously denied the allegations of six different women who claim he groped them without consent at some point over the last 30 years.
But yet more footage has emerged which undermines Donald Trump's apparently scornful view of sexual assault.
In 2006, a year after he was caught bragging about grabbing women 'by the p****', the businessman laughed and shrugged in agreement as he was labeled a 'sexual predator' during an appearance on his friend Howard Stern's radio show.
He was appearing on the show, co-hosted by Robin Quivers, with his eldest children, Donald Jr and Ivanka, to promote The Apprentice when the comment was made.
A recording of it was released by The New York Post on Thursday.
Donald Trump laughed, shrugged and received a pat on the back from his daughter Ivanka after being labeled a 'sexual predator' by Robin Quivers in a 2006 appearance on Howard Stern's radio show (above)
Stern, who described Ivanka as a 'piece of ass' in other recordings, was quizzing her on whether she discussed sex with her father.
'Donald do you ever discuss sex with you daughter?' he said, after asking Ivanka, who was 24 at the time, if she was 'still a virgin'.
'No,' Trump replied. Surprised, Stern pushed on: 'Donald seriously,you know about sexual predators and things like that I mean...'
At that, Quivers chimed in jokingly: 'You are one!'.
The Republican presidential candidate laughed, shrugged his shoulders and mouthed: 'That's true.'
His daughter burst into laughter and patted him on the shoulder. Donald Jr, who was not in view at the time, could not be heard.
It is the latest in a seemingly endless stream of videos and accusations which have cast doubt on the billionaire's treatment of women and attitudes towards sex in recent weeks.
The first came when, after the first presidential debate against Hillary Clinton, Trump took to Twitter to blast Alicia Machado, a former Miss Universe winner.
Ivanka was 24 at the time and laughed as her father shrugged off the comment
The Trumps were guests on Howard Stern's show with Robin Quivers (right) who made the remark jokingly
Stern, who described Ivanka in the past as a 'piece of ass', asked her if she was still a virgin during the appearance
Machado had claimed that Trump named her 'Miss Piggy' when she gained weight after winning the pageant.
He later described her as 'the worst we ever had, the worst, the absolute worst.'
Playboy videos in which he appeared spraying champagne, photographing models and telling them they 'have what it takes' to appear in the magazine's explicit pages then surfaced.
The tape to have caused most offense, and what prompted the retreat of dozens of GOP endorsers and supporters from his campaign, was a 2005 Access Hollywood video.
In it, Trump was recorded by a microphone boasting to host Billy Bush off camera that he could do 'anything' he liked to women because he was a star.
Trump (above on Thursday) has denied the allegations of six different women who claim he inappropriately touched them
Ivanka Trump, now 34, refused to answer questions about her claims her father's sexual attitudes and behavior as she campaigned on his behalf in Philadelphia on Thursday (above)
He told of aggressively pursuing a married women and trying to 'f*** her'. He bragged of 'immediately' kissing women without their consent when he sees them because he is 'automatically attracted to beautiful'.
In more videos to later emerge, he responded to an exchange with a 10-year-old girl in 1992 by saying he would be 'dating her in 10 years'.
Natasha Stoynoff (above) is one of six women who says he touched her inappropriately and without consent
And in numerous appearances on Stern's radio show, the now 70-year-old described his own daughter as 'voluptuous,' said his wife Melanie turned in to a 'monster' during her pregnancy with their son Barron, and said he had the privilege to flirt with Miss Universe contestants because he owned the pageants.
Trump apologized for the comments made to Billy Bush in 2005, stating categorically in a recorded statement: 'I was wrong.'
At the second presidential debate however, he reignited the fury of those offended by the remarks by describing them as nothing more than 'locker room talk'.
Aside from his own comments on the subject, six different women have come forward to claim he touched them inappropriately without their consent.
In separate incidents dating between 1979 and 2005 they say he kissed, groped or touched them.
Trump issued an unequivocal denial of their separate allegations on Wednesday and threatened to sue The New York Times and People magazine for publishing them.
His wife Melania also took to Twitter to deny some of the womens' allegations on Thursday
During a 2005 appearance on Access Hollywood, Trump boasted to co-host Billy Bush (right) he could 'grab women by the p****'
'HE CALLED KHLOE KARDASHIAN A FAT PIGLET'
Donald Trump has been accused of making disparaging comments about reality TV star Khloe Kardashian during her appearance on US show Celebrity Apprentice in 2009.
It has been claimed that he compared her unfavourably to her ‘hot’ – and more famous – sister Kim Kardashian, calling her a ‘fat piglet’ and asking if she could be fired.
Khloe appears in reality TV series Keeping Up With The Kardashians alongside the rest of her family, including Kim – who was robbed of £9million of jewels in Paris earlier this month.
The Huffington Post cited editors who worked on The Apprentice, who said that Trump fired Miss Kardashian because he didn’t like her, not because she had failed at anything. Trump also allegedly asked: ‘We can’t even get the hot one?’ apparently referring to Kim Kardashian.
Meanwhile a former model came forward last night to accuse Trump of sexually assaulting her in a nightclub. Kristin Anderson said that he put his hand up her miniskirt while they were at the China Club in New York in the early 1990s.
A spokesman for Trump said he ‘strongly denies this phoney allegation by someone looking to get some free publicity’.
He honed in on the accusations of People journalist Natasha Stoynoff who said he forced himself on her in 2005 at Mar-a-Lago mansion in Palm Beach, Florida.
Stoynoff was there to interview him and his new bride, Melania, at the time. On Thursday, Trump said of her accusation: 'I ask a very simple question.
'Why wasn't it part of the story that appeared 12 years ago?' Trump said.
'I was one of the biggest stars with The Apprentice... it would have been one of the biggest story of the year.
'People all over the place. You take a look. Look at her. Look at her words. You tell me what you might think. I don't think so.'
Melania took to Twitter to deny Stoynoff's claim the pair bumped in to each other in the street months after the interview.
'The true facts are these: Mrs. Trump did not encounter Ms. Stoynoff on the street, nor have any conversation with her,' a letter written by her lawyers stated.
Trump is now seven points behind his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House, with less than a month to go.
The latest poll by Fox had Mrs Clinton on 45 per cent compared to Trump's 38 per cent.