29 June, 2017
As the United States president and Irish premier discussed issues such as migration and Britain's exit from the European Union, Trump broke off to compliment RTE's Washington reporter Caitriona Perry's "nice smile". Even if you're the President of the United States, bringing unwanted attention to a woman to compliment her looks, especially one who is at the White House to report on worldly matters, is not flattery.
Trump then said: "Caitriona Perry, she has a nice smile on her face". What an inappropriate, disgusting, misogynistic creep.
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"When we went in he was already on the phone but I managed to catch his eye and he called me over". We have all of this attractive Irish press.
Trump was telling Irish PM Leo Varadkar that journalists were watching their phone call when he pointed to RTE reporter Caitriona Perry and asked where she was from. "Where are you from?"
Mr Trump sparked outrage when a 2005 recording of him claiming he could do "anything" with women emerged during his election campaign previous year.