In the 12 days since the video of Donald Trump bragging about committing sexual assault was released, 10 women have come forward with their stories of Trump doing exactly what he bragged about doing.

But that doesn't stop those at the helm of the Trump Train try to discredit the women, and ironically, their defenses just reaffirm how little their campaign respects women.

"Beauty is in the eye of beholder … these aren’t even women he’d be attracted to,” Michael Cohen told Wolf Blitzer, “I think what Mr. Trump is really trying to say is that they’re not somebody that he would be attracted to, and therefore, the whole thing is nonsense.”


That's right. Trump's attorney, Michael Cohen of "Says who?" fame, essentially just said that the accusations are baseless, because the women aren't hot enough for him to want to assault.

Cohen is doubling down on the "defense" first made by Trump, which disgustingly shows his true colors as he digs himself into a hole. Nothing says "I respect women" like objectifying them.


Nineteen days until this nightmare is over, 1900 years before humanity recovers.