Dear Mr. Trump,
Anything you say can and will be used against you – especially since you’re running for president. Not only that, but your words are a direct reflection of your character, and I’m not so sure that anyone who believes pumping breast milk is “disgusting” should be running for office.
You remember that, don’t you, Mr. Trump? Back in 2011 during a deposition involving attorney Elizabeth Beck and her clients who claimed to have lost thousands of dollars from your Florida real estate project? Beck wanted to take a break to pump breast milk for her newborn, but you refused the scheduled break. You said, “You’re disgusting, you’re disgusting,” and then “ran out of there,” according to Beck in the CNN video below.
After leaving the deposition, Beck claims no one saw Trump for a week. Where did you go, Mr. Trump? Were you running away from the horrible things you said?
Currently, no one has properly defended Trump, including his attorney Allen Garten. Instead of denying the allegations against his client, Garten said in an interview with CNN, “She was disgusting. She was attempting to breast feed – to pump in the middle of a deposition, in a deposition room with five lawyers and was not excusing herself.”
This sounds like a weak attempt at making Beck look like the villain in this situation – it seems as though a scheduled lunch break was not given thus resulting in Beck having to (possibly) resort to an extreme action of pumping in the middle of the deposition. Beck claims that these accusations are untrue, though.
The truth can be found within a transcript obtained by CNN, in which Trump calls Beck’s questions stupid while questioning her competence. Also included in the transcript is Trump’s question, “Do you even know what you’re doing?”
Though Trump and his crew are doing everything they can to make Beck out to be the villain, transcripts don’t lie, and the evidence is clear:
Beck is not disgusting, Mr. Trump. You are.
Original article via CNN.
Photo via Conservative Tribune.