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The article, dismissed by Trump as a 'lame hit piece', featured claims from dozens of women from The Donald's past who painted the picture of a businessman obsessed with the appearance and bodies of the women who he was involved with both professionally and romantically.Prejean was quoted at length in the piece where she appeared to attack him over his behavior during a Miss USA pageant which had made many female contestants feel 'humiliated' and left some 'sobbing backstage.'Trump himself has called it a hit piece.He would stop in front of a girl, look her up and down, and say, "Hmmm." Then he would go on and do the same thing to the next girl. Rowanne Brewer Lane (pictured with Trump, right, in 1990) told the Times of a time at Trump's pool party at Mar-a-Lago in 1990 when he asked her to put on a swimsuit.She says the paper fabricated quotes Of those quotes, 12 are from women.
"I am very honored that she won," Trump told FOX News. She was doing well on every single card and she really did answer also a very, very tough question very well." PHOTOS: 10 biggest beauty pageant scandals.Nine of those women had spoken before about their experience of Trump, meaning there were only three new interviewees, one of whom was supportive of the billionaire.linked to controversial Miss California Carrie Prejean, who was disgraced after using biblical quotes to attack gay marriage, just over two years ago and around the time it's reported that he started dating Finestone.Naomi Wolf, in her similarly titled 1991 book, called a version of this bias “The Beauty Myth.” Many people recognize it by its other name, i.e., “sexist nonsense women have been subjected to for decades.” And Trump, who is threatening to run for president, is one of its most prolific practitioners.The world was reminded of the Trump Rule earlier this month, when New York Times columnist Gail Collins published a piece detailing how “The Donald,” in a fit of pique worthy of gossip blogger Perez Hilton, once sent her a copy of her column with the words “Face of a Dog! Collins, it should be noted, is just one of many targets of Trump’s gender-specific hostility: Last year, the master media manipulator was accused of asking the men on “The Apprentice” to rate their female peers, based on appearance, just one of a number of sexist decisions he’s made over the show’s 11 seasons.