'He bought me a futon and grabbed my p***y': Amy Schumer slams Donald Trump with Instagram joke amid presidential nominee's lewd comments scandal
Donald Trump has been roundly slammed for comments he said in 2005 that were released on Friday, where he bragged about trying to seduce a married woman and boasted he can get away with 'anything' when trying to bed a woman.
And now Amy Schumer has cast her own brand of derision in the form of an Instagram post late on Friday night.
The 35-year-old shared a snap of herself floating in water with the caption: 'How did I know he should be the next president? He bought me a futon and grabbed my p***y'.
Hitting him with humor: Amy Schumer has cast her own brand of derision in the form of an Instagram post late on Friday night regarding Donald Trump's lewd comments from 2005
Apology: Trump has been roundly slammed for comments he said in 2005 that were released on Friday, where he bragged about trying to seduce a married woman and boasted he can get away with 'anything' when trying to bed a woman
Meanwhile, Dancing With The Stars host Tom Bergeron blasted Trump on Twitter following the leaked 'grab them by the p****y' tape Friday.
The veteran TV personality tweeted: 'So basically he's an orange Cosby.'
Soon after, the hashtag #orangecosby started trending.
Disgusted: Dancing With The Stars host Tom Bergeron tweeted his reaction to Trump's 2005 comments about women and started a new hashtag #orangecosby
Made his point: The veteran TV personality went on to explain why he felt that way to a disgruntled follower
One of his followers responded by saying he couldn't 'follow' him anymore due to the remark.
'Sorry to lose you but the arrogant, sexist, dehumanizing sense of entitlement and power is common to both. It starts there,' Bergeron shot back.
Girls star Lena Dunham also tweeted her disgust at the Republican presidential nominee's attitude towards women.
'Every woman, cis or trans or gender nonconforming, knows what it is to lose control over their body. Every woman knows the shame and fear,' the actress tweeted.
Angry: Girls star Lena Dunham didn't hold back in a series of tweets reacting to the Republican presidential nominee's boast he could do 'anything' to women because he's famous
Didn't mince words: The 30-year-old New Yorker said that women have had enough of being objectified by men and that every woman should feel 'threatened' by Trump
Dunham, 30, continued: 'We need better lessons for our daughters. We need better lessons from our president.'
'Whether you feel it consciously or not, hearing these words out of a candidate's mouth is a threat. Take care of yourselves this weekend.'
Actress and singer Zendaya, 20, joined in, tweeting: 'I am disgusted... not surprised... but disgusted.'
While comedienne and TV host Chelsea Handler tweeted: 'Trump should be forced to have gender reassignment surgery, just for fun. He can find out what it's like to be on the other side of him.'
Actress and singer Zendaya, 20, summed up her reaction to the leaked recording in just a few words
Shocked: Actress Debra Messing, like others, questioned Trump's capacity to be President of the United States
Trump bragged to then Access Hollywood host Billy Bush in 2005 that the way to approach women was to 'grab them by the p***y'
Here's an idea.....: Comedienne and TV host Chelsea Handler shared her thoughts on the issue
The recording of the 'hot mic' chat between Trump and then Access Hollywood presenter Billy Bush in 2005 was obtained by the Washington Post.
Both men were wearing lapel microphones as they prepared for a taped segment in which Trump, then newly married to wife Melania, would shoot a scene of Trump visiting the set of daytime soap Days Of Our Lives.
The billionaire businessman, presumably unaware that the audio was being recorded, is heard telling Bush about a recent encounter with a woman not his ife, and subsequently identified as Bush's then co-host Nancy O'Dell.
'I moved on her and I failed. I’ll admit it. I did try and f*** her,' Trump says in the recording published on Friday. 'And I moved on her very heavily.'
He then brags about how his celebrity status allows him to do 'anything' to women, including grabbing 'them by the p***y.'
Mysogonistic, entitled pig': Shameless star Emmy Rossum proffered her opinion about how the U.S. electorate should react to Friday's revelations
Sisterhood: Superstar Cher, an outspoken opponent of Trump's candidacy for president, tried to rally female support
Menage a trois? Trump with then fiancee Melania Knauss at the Emmys in LA in 2004 talking to then Access Hollywood host Nancy O'Dell. Following his January 2005 marriage, Trump tried, by his own admission, to hit on O'Dell who at the time was also married
Speaking out: Mark Ruffalo, who starred int he Oscar Best Picture Spotlight, tweeted that men should come together in defense of their female loved ones
Shameless star Emmy Rossum had a clear opinion of what the US electorate should do after hearing what Trump brags about doing to women.
'Donald Trump thinks 'when you're a star' you 'can do anything' to women? Well you can't make me vote for you, you misogynistic entitled pig,' she said via Twitter.
And Cher, a Hillary Clinton supporter who has already come out strongly against Trump, added her twopennyworth too.
'Ladies, we'r not disposable blow up dolls, 4rich mens pleasure (sic),' she wrote in capitals on her Twitter.
'I had scary experience w/rich important film prod.& I was Cher. I wanted job,' followed by a sad face emoji.
Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rinna expressed her disgust, tweeting: 'Trump and Bush. Talking about Nancy O'Dell and then Arianne Zucker who are both friends of mine. Vulgar and Disgusting.'
She then followed up with: 'Bye. Trump. You're Fired!'
Borrowed his line: Real Housewives Of Beverly hills star tweeted she's friends with O'Dell and also Days Of Our Lives actress Arianne Zucker and speculated this should end Trump's candidacy
Getting real: Bravo host Andy Cohen reacted to Trump's short statement apologizing 'if anyone was offended' by his leaked audio comments
Sarcasm: Former Charmed star Rose McGowan had her take on the controversy
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