Like father, like son, I guess. In a 2013 appearance on The Opie and Anthony Show posted by BuzzFeed News, Donald Trump, Jr., a self-proclaimed "guy's guy," talked about how annoying it is to have women in the workplace doing all those bothersome things they do, like complaining about sexual harassment.

The conversation, originally about women in all-male golf clubs, veered into "women be like" territory, and pretty much every word out of Trump's mouth is lame.

Trump, Jr.: There's something still cool, for me, the old school, like, if you have a guy's place you have a guy's place. I have a hard time letting go of that maybe, I'm not going to have a choice, I'm kind of a guys' guy.

Jim Norton: But the problem is they complain and they f*ck it up. I don't like being around just men, I love when women are around, but they complain, "Oh, that's harassment," and that's why we hate them around, because they stop us from doing what we want to do, and they complain.

Trump, Jr.: In the club house, guys just want to be guys.

Anthony Cumia: It's usually just bullshit that you're talking, making jokes. It's the things you never expect, and then HR or someone will come up and go—

Trump, Jr.: Don't even start, I'm of that mindset, and I'll get in trouble, I've been on the show enough, I'm sure I'll get myself in trouble one of these days, but if you can't handle some of the basic stuff that's become a problem in the workforce today, you don't belong in the workforce. You should go, you know, maybe teach kindergarten.


Well, there you have it, ladies. Don't want to be subjected to sexual harassment at work? Go teach kindergarten. And don't worry, Donald Trump, Jr. thinks it's a "respectable position."