The Stormy Daniels affair won’t go away, with the porn star now gearing up to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live on the same night as President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address.
There was also the bad optics last weekend when millions of American women, along with the men who support them, took to the streets in cities across the country to protest the misogynistic presidency of Donald Trump on the first anniversary of his inauguration.
Add to that a First Lady who appears fed up with her philandering husband, shunning him at public appearances and refusing to travel with him, and you have a very nervous White House looking for a way to burnish the president’s sullied image among women voters.
Over the weekend, President Trump took the urgent rehabilitation of his public image into his own hands, appealing to the small percentage of American women not already kissed, fondled, insulted, harassed, sued, groped, or raped by him to come forward to attest to his “unbelievable respect” for them.
The White House communications office followed up on the president’s request by asking all average-looking women over 150 pounds, who have never won a beauty contest or been to the gym, who were body shamed in high school and not asked to the prom, to uphold Trump’s claim that “no one respects women more than me.”
Mr. Trump’s most visible female surrogates, adviser Kellyanne Conway and daughter Ivanka, also hit the Fox News shows on Saturday and Sunday exhorting women with facial moles and oily hair, big asses and cellulite to leave Walmart immediately and flood Facebook and Twitter with enthusiastic praise for a president who admits to “aggressively loving women since my first ‘fake news’ sexual assault accusation in high school — which was settled out of court, by the way, nothing proved!”
During his appeal, Mr. Trump also promised homely female voters that in the coming year, he would dispatch sons Eric and Donald Jr. to “the far corners of this country to personally give these unattractive, desperate ladies a little coochie coochie directly from The Donald.”
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