For the first time (that I’m aware of, anyway) disgraced former President Donald Trump has appeared to publicly address all those nasty rumors involving him and an alleged affinity for showers of the “Golden” kind, in apparent connection to the alleged “Pee Tape” — and, frankly, it’s just as awkward, weird, and uncomfy as we’d imagined.
The rumor hails back to the 2017 days of the Steele dossier — the deep-dive investigation into the alleged collusion between the Trump campaign team and the Russian government to secure the US presidency for Donald Trump — which contained a rather eyebrow-raising accusation against the reality TV washup turned President.
According to the Steele dossier, Donald Trump allegedly hired numerous sex workers to come to the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in the Russian capital, where he then supposedly instructed them to urinate in front of him, in an effort to somehow defile the same room that the Obamas had stayed in, in the same hotel.
Of course, this allegation rapidly grew into an obsession for many Trump critics, namely due to the fact that it was supposedly caught on camera by the Russian Federal Security Service. This alleged recording has infamously been dubbed the “Pee Tape.”
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Over the years, while the rumors and obsessions remain as strong as ever, there’s never really been any true evidence of the tape’s existence or even that Trump personally enjoys the niche fetish. However, it appears that the subject of the rumors himself, Mr. Donald Trump, has now publicly addressed the word on the street.
The Washington Post recently reported that Donald addressed this fetish allegation during the NRSC conference in Palm Beach on Thursday, ultimately telling the crowd there that he’s “not into Golden Showers.”
The ex-president was speaking to the audience about the investigation into his Russian ties and went on to state, “It was all phony s**t, okay. All phony stuff. I’m not into golden showers. You know the great thing, our great first lady — ‘That one,’ she said, ‘I don’t believe that one.'”
So, wait. Melania believed the rest but just found that particular allegation to be a bit too far-fetched??? Whatever you say, buddy.
Later on in his speech, the Post reports that he heaped his praises on both Chinese president Xi Jinping and Russian leader Vladimir Putin and even harped on his long-standing beef with wind turbines. “It’s so sad when you see that they are approving these windmills — worst form of energy, the most expensive. You talk about carbon emissions, well they are making them. More goes into the air than if you ran something for 30 years,” the former guy reportedly stated.
You can read the full report here.