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Jamie Lee Curtis Defends Lindsay Lohan After Donald Trump Called Her 'Deeply Troubled' & 'Probably Great in Bed'

Jamie Lee Curtis is standing up for her former movie-daughter Lindsay Lohan after a recording of Donald Trump making vulgar comments towards the actress was released on Friday (October 14).

During an appearance on Howard Stern‘s radio show back in 2004, the 70-year-old Republican candidate for President can be heard calling Lindsay “deeply troubled” and that she would “probably be great in bed.”

After the recording was released, Jamie took to Instagram where she blasted Donald for his comments towards a then-18-year-old Lindsay.

“I am appalled,” Jamie wrote along with a pic of herself with Lindsay in their film Freaky Friday. “Lindsay needed help and guidance. Not your gross, lecherous, lewd commentary.”

Jamie continued by saying “YOU are the Republican nominee for the Presidency. #wordsmattermrtrump.”

A rep for Lindsay told CNN that she has chosen to “disregard” the comments. Parodies Donald Trump in Funny or Die Music Video - Watch Now! is blasting Donald Trump in a new parody video titled “Grab’m By The P***y,” posted on Funny or Die.

In the video, the 41-year-old musician dons a suit and messy blonde wig while on the podium facing a female opponent played by musician Liane V. calls out Donald for his leaked controversial and lewd remarks, rapping, “I’m a star ’cause I made it/ I’m rich and I’m famous/ Donald Trump said to ‘grab’m by the p***y.”

At the end of the video gets more serious, adding, “OK, it’s obvious: I don’t look like Donald Trump. But what’s more obvious is, Donald Trump doesn’t look like the president of the United States of America nor should he be.”

Check out the entire video below…

Donald Trump Laughs When Called 'Sexual Predator' in Resurfaced 2006 Video

A new video of Donald Trump has surfaced from a 2006 appearance on SirusXM’s The Howard Stern Show, where he laughs at being called a “sexual predator.”

In the clip, at around the 22-minute mark, Howard Stern brings up Ivanka‘s sex life. Donald and Ivanka (who is also present), sit there while Howard suggests, “Donald, seriously you know about sexual predators and things like that,” and his co-host Robin Quivers adds, “You are one!”

Donald can then be seen laughing and appears to say, “that’s true,” as he is nodding and chuckling.

Watch the video here.

Melania Trump Demands 'People' Retract Natasha Stoynoff Story

Melania Trump has threatened legal action against People if the magazine fails to retract statements from Natasha Stoynoff‘s story, which she says are false.

The former People writer has claimed that Donald Trump sexually assaulted her while interviewing him back in 2005 at the Republican presidential candidate’s home.

Natasha was assigned to the Trump “beat” at People during her time at the magazine and interviewed the couple on many occasions. She says that after the alleged assault happened, she ran into Melania on the street in New York City and that the former model asked why she doesn’t see her anymore.

Melania‘s lawyer sent a “demand for retraction and apology” to People and she tweeted out the letter.

“The true facts are these: Mrs. Trump did not encounter Ms. Stoynoff on the street, nor have any conversation with her. The two are not friends and were never friends or even friendly. At the time in question, Mrs. Trump would not have even recognized Ms. Stoynoff if they had encountered one another on the street,” the letter read.

'New York Times' Won't Retract Story, Tells Donald Trump to Sue

The New York Times has responded to Donald Trump‘s legal team’s request to have the newspaper retract its story about two women who claim the Republican presidential candidate touched them inappropriately.

David McCraw, the newspaper’s lawyer, responded by saying the paper will not be retracting the story as the libel claim is invalid.

“The essence of a libel claim, of course, is the protection of one’s reputation,” the letter read. “Mr. Trump has bragged about his non-consensual sexual touching of women. He has bragged about intruding on beauty pageant contestants in their dressing rooms. He acquiesced on a radio host’s request to discuss Mr. Trump’s own daughter as a ‘piece of ass.’ Multiple women not mentioned in our article have publicly come forward to report on Mr. Trump’s unwanted advances. Nothing in our article has had the slightest effect on the reputation that Mr. Trump, through his own words and actions, has already created for himself.”

“It would have been a disservice not just to our readers but to democracy itself to silence their voices,” the letter continued. “We did what the law allows: We published newsworthy information about a subject of deep public concern. If Mr. Trump disagrees, if he believes that American citizens had no right to hear what these women had to say and that the law of this country forces us and those who would dare to criticize him to stand silent or be punished, we welcome the opportunity to have a court set him straight.”

Donald Trump has already addressed the accusations during a rally in Florida.

“So now we address the slander and libels that was just last night thrown at me by the Clinton machine and New York Times and other media outlets as part of a concerted coordinated and vicious attack,” Trump said. “These vicious claims about me of inappropriate conduct with women are totally and absolutely false. And the Clintons know it. And they know it very well. These claims are all fabricated. They’re pure fiction. And they’re outright lies. These events never, ever happened.”

'People' Editor-in-Chief Jess Cagle Defends Writer Natasha Stoynoff for Sharing Donald Trump Sexual Assault Story

This week, People magazine writer Natasha Stoynoff opened up about being sexually assaulted by Donald Trump, and now, editor-in-chief of the mag Jess Cagle is backing her story and commending her for speaking out.

In a rally today, Trump said, “These vicious claims of inappropriate conduct about me with women are totally and absolutely false.”

Jess responded in a statement (via People), “We are grateful to Natasha Stoynoff for telling her story. Ms. Stoynoff is a remarkable, ethical, honest and patriotic woman, and she has shared her story of being physically attacked by Donald Trump in 2005 because she felt it was her duty to make the public aware. To assign any other motive is a disgusting, pathetic attempt to victimize her again. We stand steadfastly by her, and are proud to publish her clear, credible account of what happened. It is heartbreaking that her fear of retaliation by Trump kept her from reporting the incident when it happened. She has carried this secret for more than a decade, and we hope that by coming forward now she is relieved of that burden.”

Donald Trump Slams Media, Claims Sexual Assault Allegations Are 'Fabricated'

Donald Trump spoke at a rally in West Palm Beach, Florida on Thursday (October 13).

“These claims are all fabricated. They’re pure fiction and outright lies. These events never ever happened,” Trump said about the recent sexual assault allegations.

“Let’s be clear on one thing,” he added. “The corporate media in our country is no longer involved in journalism, they’re a political special interest no different than any lobbyist or financial entity with a total political agenda and the agenda is not for you, it’s for themselves. And their agenda is to elect Crooked Hillary Clinton at any cost, at any price, no matter how many lives they destroy.”

“The Clintons are criminals, remember that,” he added.

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