As we've been told several times now, nobody respects women more than Donald Trump. NOBODY. Gloria Steinem? NOPE, Trump. He alone can respect women, and he will fight any woman who claims otherwise. A perfect example of his respect can be seen in this video from 2011, when Donald Trump was in Sydney, Australia, giving a speech on
revenge success at the National Achievers' Congress. What better way to show his great respect for women than by sexually humiliating his "favorite" Miss Universe, Jennifer Hawkins, in front of 10,000 people? After all, she'd driven all that way to introduce him before his speech, but there was a brief period of time earlier that day where it seemed like she might not make it. If that doesn't call for revenge respect, what does, right?
As Trump explains, he was going to speaking at the conference, and he "naturally assumed" that Hawkins would be there. When he showed up to find she wasn't, he decided to incorporate it in part of his business speech, on the topic of "how quickly people forget." Because obviously since Hawkins won Miss Universe, she now owes her life to Trump. Anyway, she "zoomed over" to introduce him, so he "thought that was very nice." Apparently not nice enough to escape being humiliated, though, because Trump brings her back up onstage at the end of his speech.
At the 22:30 minute mark of this video, Trump says, "Now, there's a couple of other things, and these aren't things that you learn in business school, but you know, I believe in it. Get even with people. If they screw you, screw them back 10 times as hard. I really believe that. I mean, I'll give you an example: Jennifer Hawkins. Where's Jennifer? Where's she sitting? Come up here, Jennifer." Uh oh.
Trump rambles on for a few more minutes, until he finally gets to, "And then when I came here there was no Jennifer Hawkins."
Hawkins tries to explain herself, saying, "No, no, in my defense—" but because he respects women so much, he cuts her off (she can be heard saying, "Of course I wanted to come here!") and continues,
I was actually going to get up and tell you that Jennifer is a beautiful girl on the outside, but she’s not very bright. That wouldn’t have been true, but I would have said it anyway. Because I said, "You know what, it would be great." I haven’t seen Jennifer in a couple of years. She’s so great and she did so well, and she’s a big star here, and I helped her make it—I own the Miss Universe pageant. And I heard that she wouldn’t introduce me.
Hawkins interjects, "But I did!"
"No, but you didn’t," Trump says (but…but…she did!). He goes on, "So what happens is—and you know what? She came tonight, she came—came, she came, she came," at which point people in the audience start laughing, because haha, Trump said "came," clearly as a sexual innuendo.
As the crowd laughs, Trump adds, "See, so they have the same filthy minds in Australia." "As you," Hawkins clarifies.
Hawkins continues to try to explain the miscommunication for which she is being punished, until Trump, apparently having forgiven her, pulls her over to him for a big ol' kiss…which she manages to strategically block, so that his kiss ends up on her cheek instead of his on his intended target of her mouth. And he has so much respect for women, he never even asked her if he could touch her at all.
Wow, she must have felt so respected.