Donald Trump boasts about his private parts to transgender Jenna Talackova
DONALD TRUMP, the real-estate mogul, US Apprentice boss and owner of the Miss Universe Organisation, bragged about is genitalia when addressing the controversy surrounding Jenna Talackova (photos), a transgender beauty queen who was disqualified from the Miss Universe pageant in Canada last month.
During a press conference, the 23-year-old Talackova ‘s attorney, Gloria Allred, referred to Trump’s private parts, saying that Talackova “didn’t ask Mr. Trump to prove he’s a naturally born man, or see photos of his birth, or to view his anatomy… It made no difference to her.”
In response, Trump phoned in to TMZ, telling viewers that “I think Gloria would be very, very, very impressed with me”. As regards sharing his baby pictures, Trump joked: “I just wanna know how much will Gloria pay me? Because if the payment is enough, I might just do it. Boy, would she be impressed.”
When she was told she might be allowed to compete after all, the beauty queen, Jenna Talackova, said: “I wish Mr. Trump would just say, in plain words, whether or not I will be allowed to compete and, if I win, whether I will be allowed to represent Canada in the Miss Universe competition.”
Talackova was born a man but underwent a sex change four years ago. She has said that she knew she was a female at age four and began hormone therapy at age 14. According to the Miss Universe contest rules entrants must be “naturally born” females. In a statement the Miss Universe organisation said Talackova was disqualified because “she did not meet the requirements to compete despite having stated otherwise on her entry form”.
But Trump seems to have reversed the decision. He told TMZ that Talackova would be able to compete based on the laws of Canada and the United States. “If she competes, that’s wonderful and if she doesn’t want to compete because maybe she thinks she can’t win, that’s fine also. I couldn’t care less.”
Image: Jenna Talackova, right, who advanced to the finals of the Miss Canada competition, part of the Miss Universe contest, and was recently forced out of the competition, appears with her attorney Gloria Allred at a news conference in Los