Donald Trump 'singled out a 'young socialite' at his Mar-a-Lago club and told reporter 'there is nothing in the world like first-rate p**sy'' in interview with defunct golf magazine years before infamous Access Hollywood tape
- Donald Trump was profiled by writer Michael Corcoran for a story in the now-defunct Maximum Golf magazine in 2000
- Corcoran said that while at Mar-a-Lago, a 'young socialite' caught Trump's eye who was at the club during dinner
- He claims Trump then said, 'there is nothing in the world like first-rate p**sy'
- But Trump's comment did not make it into published August 2000 story after editor Joe Bargmann¬†was asked to change it allegedly by magazine's top editor
- Bargmann said he refused to change it, but his editor eventually did
- The White House nor Trump have commented about Corcoran's claim
Roughly five years before the notorious Access Hollywood tape where Donald Trump bragged about 'grabbing p**sy', the businessman boasted to a writer 'there is nothing in the world like first-rate p**sy,' according to a new report.¬†
The real estate mogul made the comment to writer Michael Corcoran during an interview for the now-defunct Maximum Golf magazine, the Daily Beast reported.¬†
Corcoran was following Trump around for a profile story while at his Florida golf club, Mar-a-Lago, that was published in the August 2000 issue.¬†
The writer and another editor confirmed to the Daily Beast that the comment was made when the billionaire singled out a 'young socialite' who was at the club during dinner and caught his eye.¬†
According to Corcoran, Trump said, 'there is nothing in the world like first-rate p**sy.'
But Trump's alleged remark did not actually make it into the published story.¬†
While Donald Trump was being profiled in 2000 for the now-defunct Maximum Golf magazine, the businessman reportedly boasted to writer Michael Corcoran 'there is nothing in the world like first-rate p**sy'. Above with then girlfriend Melania Knauss in 2000 at Mar-a-Lago
Trump reportedly made the comment to the writer after a 'young socialite' caught his eye at Mar-a-Lago golf club during dinner. Above in 2000 at Mar-a-Lago with Melania Knauss
Corcoran and his editor both said they were not allowed to publish the line in the story. The writer also said that future convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and¬†Ghislaine Maxwell were on Trump's jet when they flew down to his golf club in 2000 (file above in 2000)
An editor of the magazine, Joe Bargmann, was not allowed to put the statement into the profile story of Trump.
'I was asked to change the last word of the story from 'p**sy.' When I refused, my top editor changed the quote,' Bargmann told The Daily Beast.¬†¬†
The White House did not respond to a request for comment from the Daily Beast. In addition, the magazine's editor-in-chief, Michael Caruso, has not responded to requests for comment either.
DailyMail.com has contacted the White House for comment.¬†
Corcoran also noted that he was not the only guest who flew on Trump's plane from New York down to Florida for that weekend.¬†
Trump had the plane wait at the marine terminal for pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his friend Ghislaine Maxwell - who were later convicted of paying minors for sexual massages that included rape as part of a pyramid scheme.
Corcoran's profile on Trump also displays how the businessman asked his golf pals if they liked the looks of his then-girlfriend Melania (above together in 2000)
While at Mar-a-Lago (above) during the trip, Trump also¬†bragged about his numerous properties to his golf buddies
At the time that the article was being written, Corcoran said that he didn't know Epstein or Maxwell.¬†
He said that he remembers the real estate mogul standing in the plane's doorway and yelling to the pair, 'You broke the cardinal rule, Jeffery! Never be late for someone else's plane!'¬†
Corcoran's profile on Trump also displays how the businessman bragged about his numerous properties and asking his golf pals if they liked the looks of his then-girlfriend Melania.¬†
This latest report comes after the president has reportedly expressed doubt over the authenticity of the infamous 2005 Access Hollywood tape in recent days.¬†
This latest report comes after the president has reportedly expressed doubt over the authenticity of the infamous 2005 Access Hollywood tape where he¬†women will let you 'grab 'em by the p**sy when you're famous' while speaking to Billy Bush (left)¬†
Trump has apparently started to claim that it was not him on the 2005 Access Hollywood recording saying women will let you 'grab 'em by the p**sy when you're famous,' according to a New York Times report.¬†
But when the tape was released last October, Trump verified that it was real and apologized for his 'locker room talk.'¬†
'I said it, I was wrong and I apologize,' Trump said at the time.¬†
'Anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who I am. I said it, I was wrong and I apologize.' ¬†
That same tape also resulted in Billy Bush, who was interviewing Trump, being fired from NBC.
Trump sent several tweets on Wednesday after NBC fired Matt Lauer over several sexual misconduct allegations made against him by staffers
Back in January, Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson wrote about Trump hitting back at him for joking about his hair.¬†¬†
'But I get more pussy than you do,' Carlson recalls Trump saying.
Trump has consistently denied claims that 16-plus women who have accused him of sexual misconduct are all lying.¬†
In several tweets on Wednesday, Trump seemingly celebrated the firing of NBC host Matt Lauer for ‚Äúinappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace‚ÄĚ. ¬†
Trump has praised the women who came forward to accuse Democratic Senator Al Franken of sexual misconduct. He tweeted the above statement on November 16 in regards to the reporter who first claimed sexual misconduct against Franken
In a second tweet minutes later, Trump wrote, 'And to think that just last week he was lecturing anyone who would listen about sexual harassment and respect for women'
Trump has praised the women who came forward to accuse Democratic Senator Al Franken of sexual misconduct after a reporter shared her story online with a shocking photograph of the lawmaker inappropriately touching her.¬†
He tweeted on November 16, 'The Al Frankenstein picture is really bad, speaks a thousand words. Where do his hands go in pictures 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 while she sleeps?.....'
He added: 'And to think that just last week he was lecturing anyone who would listen about sexual harassment and respect for women.'¬†
On the other hand, the president has defended Republican Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore who has been accused of numerous sexual misconduct with teenage girls.¬†
Moore has strongly denied the claims.¬†
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