Donald Trump has made numerous crude and misogynistic comments towards women, including agreeing that his daughter Ivanka Trump (left at 22 years old) is 'a piece of a**' while appearing as a guest on the Howard Stern (main) radio show over a 17-year period. Trump has engaged in lewd conversations with the shock jock that focused on his preference for younger women, his sex life and his losing his virginity to a 'hot little girl' when he was 14 years old, according to a review of the interviews by CNN. While being interviewed for a September 2004 show, the billionaire businessman told Stern that his daughter Ivanka was beautiful, who at the time was 22 years old (left). 'Can I say this?' asked Stern. 'A piece of a**?' 'Yeah,' replied Trump. Roughly two years later in a October 2006 interview, Stern and Trump discussed Ivanka's breasts on the show. Stern remarked that Ivanka 'looks more voluptuous than ever,' and asked if she had breast implants. Trump told Stern that she never had surgery for breast implants. 'She's always been quite voluptuous,' said Trump. 'She's tall, she's almost 6 feet tall and she's been, she's an amazing beauty.'
Is Pence planning to drop out of the race? Rumors Indiana governor is under GOP pressure to quit as Trump's running mate after publicly saying he 'could not condone' the billionaire's crude hot mic remarks
Donald Trump could be left without a running mate as GOP officials may consider pressuring Mike Pence to quit after he publicly stated that he could not 'condone' the billionaire's crude hot mic comments. A few GOP leaders may be considering a scenario in which they would convince Pence to leave the ticket, according to CNN. Former Jeb Bush supporter, Vin Weber told the network that he would 'absolutely' call for Pence to leave the ticket as a way to put 'immeasurable pressure' on Trump to leave the race. 'Pence is the anchor that keeps Trump in the race,' so without him it would be over for the candidate, Weber said. The Indiana governor was said to be 'beside himself' over Trump's comments. Pence said in a statement about Trump: 'I do not condone his remarks and cannot defend them. I am grateful that he has expressed remorse and apologized to the American people.'
Man suspected of killing two police officers - including a new mom and father-of-eight veteran just two months from retirement - in Palm Springs is taken into custody
Two police officers were killed and one was injured after being shot in Palm Springs, California on Saturday while responding to a 'family disturbance.' The shooting took place near Sunrise Way and Racquet Club Road in the luxury desert town as officers were responding to a 'family disturbance' around 2pm, Sgt. Hutchinson of Palm Springs Police Department said. Palm Springs Police Chief Bryan Reyes tearfully identified the two deceased officers as Jose Gilbert 'Gil' Vega (left) and Lesley Zerebny (right) during an afternoon press conference. Police on Sunday morning announced that a suspect had been arrested.
Passenger train slams into another engine on the tracks leaving 29 people injured in the THIRD New York rail accident in just two weeks
Eleven people were taken to hospital after the eastbound train slammed in to a work train near New Hyde Park shortly after 9pm. Six hundred people were on board the commuter service. It comes days after a train derailed in the Bronx causing widespread Amtrak delays. Earlier this month a New Jersey Transit train smashed into Hoboken station, killing a young mother on board.
'A sad day for all women, minus one': SNL skit shows Hillary Clinton reveling in Trump's 'grab them by the p***y' comments... as 'red-blooded' Donald insists he can also 'bop it, twist it and pull it'
Kate McKinnon has perhaps captured the real feelings of Hillary Clinton on SNL, by dancing and drinking champagne when asked about Donald Trump's controversial hot mic comments. 'It's a very sad day for our country and all women, minus one,' she said with a wink. 'It was incredibly disturbing, and when I heard it I was deeply, deeply saddened. It made me feel just very horrible and depressed,' McKinnon said, as she held back laughter. Earlier in the segment, Alec Baldwin again took the stage as Donald Trump - a performance he debuted last week to rave reviews. 'Are you not entertained?' he said.
Trump is CHEERED outside Trump Tower: Defiant Donald greets supporters in New York after Melania condemns him and senior GOP figures withdraw their support for his crude hot-mic comments
Donald Trump has been cheered by fans outside Trump Tower in New York, hours after Melania called his lewd remarks about women from a 2005 video 'unacceptable and offensive'. The Republican nominee emerged from the Manhattan skyscraper about 5pm on Saturday, and was immediately mobbed by adoring supporters. Trump waved to his fans (middle) before disappearing back inside the building. Earlier in the day, as Trump's statements were condemned being condemned by his running mate and several senators and congressmen who withdrew their support and discussed replacing him, Melania (right) said her husband's words do not represent the man he is today. 'The words my husband used are unacceptable and offensive to me. This does not represent the man that I know,' she said. Senator John McCain (left) became the highest profile Republican yet to rescind his support of Trump. Idaho Senator Mike Crapo, New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte, and others have officially said they can no longer vote for Trump, while dozens of Republicans have either rescinded their support or called on Trump to drop out of the race following the remarks made in the hot mic tape from an Access Hollywood shoot in 2005. But Trump defiantly says there is no way he is getting out of the running (inset).
Nancy O'Dell says she's 'saddened' by Donald Trump's comments as she breaks her silence on his claims he tried to 'f***' her in his lewd hot mic boast to Billy Bush
Television host Nancy O'Dell (pictured right, left with Donald Trump and inset with Billy Bush) has broken her silence after she was revealed as the married woman at the center of a crude recording detailing how Donald Trump tried to seduce her. Shocking audio was released by the Washington Post on Friday, which contained Trump bragging about his attempts to seduce a woman in September 2005. O'Dell said: 'Politics aside, I'm saddened that these comments still exist in our society at all. When I heard the comments yesterday, it was disappointing to hear such objectification of women.'
Trump failed to express remorse for affair with Marla Maples while he was still married to Ivana, saying 'life was a bowl of cherries' with both a 'beautiful wife' and a 'beautiful girlfriend'
Donald Trump failed to express any remorse for cheating on his first wife Ivana (left) in a 1994 interview (inset) that emerged, saying instead that he may have continued his affair with Marla Maples (right) had he not gotten caught. When an interviewer on ABC Primetime Live asked Trump whether he would have 'confronted that situation', he expressed his doubts before saying 'life was just a bowl of cherries' because he had 'a beautiful girlfriend, a beautiful wife, a beautiful everything'. Trump famously cheated on Ivana, who met Maples during a 1990 Christmas skiing trip in Aspen after she had been married to the business tycoon for 13 years. Maples is said to have confronted Ivana by asking: 'I'm Marla and I love your husband. Do you?', and the dissolution of Trump's first marriage ended up costing more than $14million.
Matthew marches on: Hurricane strikes North Carolina dumping more than 10 inches of rain on Charleston, killing at least 14 across the US and causing $6BILLION in damage
Hurricane Matthew moved on to North Carolina on Saturday afternoon, dumping 10 inches of rain on the state after a path of devastation along the east coast. It swamped Charleston, South Carolina (top right) earlier in the day after wreaking havoc in Savannah, Georgia (bottom left) and across Florida (bottom right). At least 14 have died and almost 2million left without power by the storm.
Picking up the pieces: Florida residents left 'feeling blessed' after Hurricane Matthew 'only' kills ten and moves north after sideswiping the Sunshine State
Residents of a Florida neighborhood located feet from the Atlantic Ocean said they had a 'very lucky escape' from Hurricane Matthew but admitted that others on the coast had not been so fortunate. Clean-up operations were in full swing on Saturday afternoon in Jacksonville Beach where surfers, cyclists and dog-walkers had returned to the shoreline as temperatures rose to the mid-80s and the sun shone. The area had been labelled a 'mandatory evacuation zone A' for the category-3 hurricane. Apart from isolated pockets of flooding caused by much-feared storm surges and torrential rain, the odd broken window and debris, residents said things were not as bad as they had feared but were quick to point out those who had suffered losses. There were reports of 'catastrophic damage' down the coast on Anastasia Island where people had lost their entire homes.
Rocking out the storm! Shirtless man headbangs to Slayer's Raining Blood in the middle of Hurricane Matthew as he brandishes an American flag
Lane Pittman was caught on video head banging to Slayer's Raining Blood as he stood in the middle of a road in Jacksonville, Florida, and braved strong winds and rain during Hurricane Matthew. In the video, Pittman is seen standing in a lunge position (left, center and right) as he steadies himself against the wind before twirling his ginger locks back and forth. What's even more impressive is that the shirtless man was even carrying an American flag.
Streets running with blood and 3,700 dead: After 100 days in office Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte compares his crackdown on drugs to 'Hitler's Holocaust' and cuts ties to the US
WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT: The death toll in the Philippines continues to rise as president Rodrigo Duterte, known as 'The Punisher', claims he will slaughter drug dealers and addicts in his war on drugs. The bombastic president has also sensationally disparaged the country's alliance with the US ordering its troops to leave his shores. The potential ending of an alliance comes as a reaction to the international outrage of the slaughter of drug criminals at the hands of vigilantes and police in the Philippines. The fear tactic has seen Duterte's popularity sky-rocket, with a Social Weather Stations Survey showed 8/10 Filipino residents are satisfied with his campaign promise to crack down on drug dealers and users.
Muhammad Ali's family locked in bitter feud over his $50m fortune as it emerges the boxer's brother 'has been cut out of the will altogether'
NEW Rahman Ali (left) is said to have been banned from a family meeting in Los Angeles which was arranged to discuss the three-time world heavyweight champion's estate. The boxer's son, Muhammad Ali Jnr (bottom centre), has indicated that his 73-year-old uncle will not receive any money from the will amid a long-standing row with Ali's wife Lonnie (bottom right with Ali). In an interview, Muhammad Jnr said the family is preparing to 'go through hell' as the dispute rumbles on. The boxer is pictured top right with family members on his 74th birthday.
EXCLUSIVE: Janice Dickinson's fiancé, 69, is seriously ill in hospital after falling 15ft off the roof at couple's California home
Supermodel Janice Dickinson's fiancé is seriously ill in hospital after falling off the roof at the couple's home, DailyMail.com can reveal. Robert 'Rocky' Gerner has a collapsed lung and several broken ribs after plunging around 15ft from the roof of their house in Tarzana, California while doing repairs on Friday morning. The 69-year-old was rushed to hospital after the accident and has been heavily sedated with pain killers over the past 24 hours. Distraught Janice has been at Rocky's bedside along with other family members as the retired doctor recovers.
'I think about it every day': Brother of television anchor Christine Chubbuck who killed herself live on air speaks ahead of release of two new films about the tragedy
Two new films are due to be released about the tragic and little known story of a young television anchor in Florida who was the first person to commit suicide on live television. Christine, top right, is about TV presenter Christine Chubbuck, who died live on air as she read the news in 1974, from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Coming out on the same date, Kate Plays Christine, bottom right, is a film about an actress, Kate Lyn Sheil, who struggles to develop into the character of Chubbuck as she attempts to portray her in a movie. Meanwhile, Chubbuck's brother, Greg, 70, has been speaking out about his sister's life and her extraordinary death.
Keeping up with the Olsons! Map reveals most distinctive surnames from each state (with no Smith or Jones in sight)
A map of the United States reveals what the most distinctive surnames are each of the fifty states and Washington, DC. The findings were unveiled by Mental Floss writer Simon Davis. He wrote online that he 'calculated the difference between the state and national prevalence of each of the top 250 last names nationwide' based on Social Security data.
Forget mirror selfies! Introducing the new outfit pose It girls are pulling all over Instagram... will you give it a try?
Fashion bloggers and celebrities including British model, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (left) have been quick to adopt the latest Instagram pose which shows off details in an outfit. In it, they simply sit slightly cross-legged (pictured) and snap from the collarbone to the knee. Photos of the pose on Instagram often rack up thousands of likes.
ABC News reporter's fatal brain aneurysm 'saved the life of California woman' when she remembered the tragic story and checked her 'intense' headache with a doctor
A New York TV news reporter's brain aneurysm may have saved the life of a California woman who had an 'intense' headache she mistook for a migraine. In March 2015, WABC-TV reporter, Lisa Colagrossi (left with husband) died while on assignment after an undiagnosed brain aneurysm ruptured. The 49-year-old was returning from covering a house fire in Queens when she collapsed. But her tragic death may have saved the life of Kris Sorensen (bottom right), who had the chance to meet Todd Crawford (left and top right), Colagrossi's husband, and thank him one year after his story convinced her to get a check-up because of an 'intense' headache. Crawford and Sorensen, who is from Sacramento, California, met on September 29 at a New York City fund-raising gala for the Lisa Colagrossi Foundation. Sorensen told the Daily News that she thought her days-long headache was a migraine. But it wasn't until her sister heard Crawford's story on the radio that Sorensen went to an emergency room. The doctors diagnosed Sorensen with an unruptured brain aneurysm and in December she underwent brain surgery.
A real taste of home cooking! Staten Island restaurant employs grandmothers instead of actual trained chefs
Nothing's better than grandma's home cooked meals! And those who visit Staten Island restaurant, Enoteca Maria, get the ultimate comfort food cooked by grandmas (top and bottom left) from all over the world. Restaurant owner, Jody Scaravella, started out hiring Italian grandmas to make the meals that his customers love. But now he has included 30 'nonnas' (top right) from around the world to whip up some grub in his kitchen. These 'chefettes' come from Ecuador, Algeria, Czech Republic, Syria, Calabria and many other countries. Scaravella said that there is one Italian grandma in the kitchen every night accompanied by another grandma with a different culinary background.
100 years of the Trans-Siberian railway: Fascinating pictures chart the growth of the longest train line in the world
Today, a journey across Russia's Trans-Siberian railway takes about a week. But exactly 100 years ago, upon its official completion, the trip took almost a month because the train trundled along at 20 miles an hour. Now the longest train line in the world, stretching more than 5,700 miles from Moscow to Vladivostok, the Trans-Siberian railway crosses two continents, 80 towns and cities, 16 large rivers and eight time zones. Here, MailOnline Travel takes a look back over a century of the Trans-Siberian's history with a series of fascinating pictures.
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Foot-loose? Hilarious moment dance teacher takes a tumble and drops the bridesmaid during wedding reception routine
A dance teacher and his partner took an unfortunate tumble while dancing during a wedding reception. The embarrassing moment took place during the teacher's entrance at his brother's wedding reception. As the video starts off, several men and women are seen gathered in a semi-circle while the dancing duo (top left) prepares to make their grand entrance. The audience begins to clap as the pair make their way onto the dance floor quick-stepping from left to right. But the next move became a bit tricky for the energetic duo. The dance teacher (top right) grabbed his partner's hand and twirled her around. The teacher (bottom left) then appeared to have lost his balance as he dipped his partner causing them to fall. And unfortunately the twirl landed them on the floor (bottom right).
Please God, throw me a nice piece of fish... I'm otterly famished! Animal's prayers are soon answered as he receives a tasty fish snack at his zoo
If this otter was indeed putting in a special request to his maker, it wasn't long before it was answered - in the shape of a tasty fish snack which he rapidly polished off. The grateful animal then appeared to offer thanks - with a high five. The 'pleading' otter was photographed at Wildlands Adventure Park in Emmen, Holland, where - far from going hungry - he is fed five times a day.
Horrifying moment a firefighter falls down 30ft during a bungled helicopter rescue attempt in Hawaii
Distressing footage of the mishap, which left the serviceman in a serious condition in hospital, has recently emerged online. It shows that a helicopter basket carrying an injured hiker snagged on a utility pole line, flinging off the firemen who was also inside. A crowd of tourists cried out in shock during the September 2 incident, which occurred on the Hawaiian island of O'ahu. He reportedly suffered broken bones, cracked ribs, internal injuries, and even felt a jolt of electricity.
Lawrence of Arabia's incredible city of sand! Saddling up for a camel trek across the desert to Jordan's greatest natural wonder
The Mail On Sunday's Wendy Gomersall ventured to Wadi Rum in Jordan. This month marks 100 years since T. E. Lawrence (pictured centre) used the spot as a base towards the end of the revolt. The destination offers a wealth of desert experiences, including (top left) hot air ballooning, (top right) camel riding (bottom left) canyoning and visits to Petra (bottom right).