Former President Donald Trump reportedly made sexual comments about his daughter Ivanka, according to a new book by former official Miles Taylor.
Everything happened in a meeting, where there were several people, including the then Chief of Staff, John Kelly, who would have told the story.
“Aides said he talked about Ivanka Trump’s breasts, her butt and what it would be like to have sex with her, comments that once led (former chief of staff) John Kelly to remind the president that Ivanka was his daughter,” Taylor wrote. in a new book cited by RawStory.
The report adds that Kelly told him that story with disgust.
“Kelly retold me that story with visible disgust. Trump, she said, was ‘a very, very evil man,’” the report added.
Taylor first worked at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with former DHS Secretary John F. Kelly, who later became White House chief of staff, where Taylor was his adviser.
The former official rose to fame when he wrote the anonymous opinion piece in The New York Times in 2018, “I am part of the resistance within the Trump Administration,” which spoke of criticism among officials against the former president.
His identity was revealed in October 2020, while he was campaigning against Trump’s re-election.
Taylor is currently a media commentator on national security and public policy.
It is not the first time that there have been mentions of a supposed attraction of Trump towards his daughter Ivanka and after the revelation of Taylor’s book on social networks, such as Twitter, other expressions of the Republican have been taken up again.
In an interview on ABC News in 2006, former President Trump said that if Ivanka weren’t his daughter, “maybe” he would hang out with her.
“If Ivanka wasn’t my daughter, maybe I would hang out with her,” she said on television, causing laughter, but one of the participants said: “Stop, that’s very weird, stop.”
Ivanka Trump was former President Trump’s economic adviser throughout his presidential term.
Currently, Ivanka has distanced herself from her father, due to conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election, even when launching her candidacy towards 2024, the ex-president’s daughter did not attend the event.
Source: La Opinion