The revelation follows the release yesterday of a recording of the real estate tycoon speaking with George W. Bush and Jeb Bush's cousin, television personality Billy Bush, on a hot mic saying that he just "grabs women by the p----" and that "you can do anything" to women when you are famous in addition to making a series of lewd states about how he wanted to "f---" a married woman.
Yet it may ultimately be Donald Trump's statements to Howard Stern that prove most damning because it undercuts the message that his daughter Ivanka Trump has put out in defense of her father that he always supported her professionally making her one of the controversial candidate's best political surrogates.
Trump was no stranger to lewd and controversial discussions with Howard Stern throughout the 1990s and 2000s discussing topics ranging from Ivanka's physique, women's menstrual cycles, and how romantic relationships with women are no longer interesting to him once his female counterpart is over the age of 35.
Speaking to Trump in 2006, Howard Stern began by saying that Ivanka "looks more voluptuous than ever" asking Trump whether she had ever had implants to which Trump responded — "She's actually always been very voluptuous. She's tall, she's almost 6 feet tall and she's been, she's an amazing beauty.
In a 2004 interview, Stern asked Trump if he could call Ivanka "a piece of a--" to which Trump said "yeah" — "My daughter is beautiful, Ivanka."
Trump also said in a separate interview with Howard Stern in 2006 that he "absolutely" believed that at the age of 60 he could "be banging 24-year-olds."
The latest statements, even if part of his public celebrity persona of being a "bad boy" at the time will only further the troubling narrative about the Republican nominee with the political establishment of the country apparently deciding to kneecap his political ambitions in a flurry of attacks over the past 24-hours.