REPORT: Days before presidential visit, BBC runs story asking whether Trump is a ‘sex pest’
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Days before President Trump is set to visit the United Kingdom, the BBC ran a special program focused on his actions with women in the 1980s and 1990s with the provocative title “Trump: Is the president a sex pest?”
The 30-minute report aired Monday as part of the BBC’s investigative programming series titled “BBC Panorama.” The segment is likely to stir controversy ahead of Trump’s stay in the United Kingdom later this week.
The article goes on to state the following:
Vice News reported that one woman, Barbara Piling, told the network that she met Trump — who would have been in his 40s at the time — at a party in New York in the late 1980s. She claimed that when she told Trump that she was 17, he responded that she was “not too old and not too young.”
Another woman, Heather Braden, recounted attending a party in Miami in the 1990s, where Trump was one of just a few men at the event, along with close to 50 women. She said she felt “like a piece of meat” at the gathering.
The Hill has reached out to the White House for comment on the BBC report.
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