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RUSH: Norah O’Donnell brought in Ivanka Trump, the daughter, to discuss whether or not her father gropes women, as the New York Times hit piece on Sunday said.  Now, keep in mind when you listen to this, she would never ask Chelsea Clinton even one of these questions.  She would never ask Chelsea Clinton about Monica Lewinsky or Bill Clinton’s multiple affairs or the alleged rape, Juanita Broaddrick.  She wouldn’t even go there, but she’s got such contempt for Ivanka.Question.  “It says many of the women interviewed reveal unwelcome romantic advances, unending commentary on their female form, a shrewd reliance on ambitious women, and unsettling workplace conduct.  Is there unending commentary on the female form with your father?  Does he always objectify the way women look?”

IVANKA:  No, no.  And again, this is an article that is widely being discredited.  The lead person who was interviewed for the story, and that the story opens up with, is all over the news yesterday saying that they manipulated what she was saying.  I don’t find it that meaningful to comment on this particular story because I think the facts are starting to speak for themselves.

RUSH:  So, next, you know, Norah O’Donnell couldn’t even form — just keep in mind these questions would never be asked of Chelsea Clinton.  Here’s Norah O’Donnell next.

O’DONNELL:  There’s another woman who is quoted in the article that says that Donald Trump groped her at a, you know, at a meeting, at a business meeting.

IVANKA:  Yeah.  Well, look, I’m not at every interaction my father has, but he’s not a groper.  That’s not who he is.  He has total respect for women.  He was promoting women in development and construction at a time when it was unheard of.

RUSH:  That’s true.  And the woman involved has admitted so.  But here is  the final bite.

O’DONNELL:  He has called women crazy.  He’s called them crooked.  That’s what he calls Hillary Clinton.  He’s even used the word “bimbo.”  Do you ever look at those Tweets and say, “Dad, you know, tone it down a bit”?

IVANKA:  I’ve certainly thought that certain things should be toned down, but not necessarily in relation to that.  When I think about myself as a feminist it’s important that women are treated equally, and he treats women and men equally.

RUSH:  Well!  Well, the other side of the story, he treats women and men equally.

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