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Trump Says He Mocked Women's Looks to Be Entertaining

Donald Trump defended his habit of publicly ridiculing women's looks, arguing that it has entertainment value. Trump, who made the comment during an interview with an NBC affiliate in Las Vegas before giving a speech there Wednesday evening, seemed to claim that as long as mocking women is funny, it's a fine way to grab headlines and ramp up ratings. "You have two beautiful daughters past their teenage years," the reporter said.
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