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Donald Trump Goes Off On Bizarre Tangent About 'Golden Showers'

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Donald Trump Goes Off On Bizarre Tangent About 'Golden Showers'

Donald Trump went on a bizarre tangent about 'golden showers' during his latest speech.

The former President was speaking at the National Republican Senatorial Committee retreat in Palm Beach, Florida, on Thursday (14 October) when his focus took an entirely unprompted and unexpected turn.

According to The Washington Post, he said: "I'm not into golden showers."

Trump does not, I repeat, does not like golden showers. Credit: Alamy
Trump does not, I repeat, does not like golden showers. Credit: Alamy
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Righty-o, thanks for clearing that one up then, Donald.

Now, this was totally random and inexplicable, but we do have a smidgeon of an explanation of what he was going on about.

It seems the 75-year-old old was referencing the 'Steele Dossier' - a collection of memos put together by former British spy Christopher Steele during the 2016 presidential election.

He was hired to investigate Trump's links with Russia, and while some of his findings have been substantiated, others - such as a 'pee tape' - remain unverified.

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Steele's report claimed that Trump rented the presidential suite at the Ritz-Carlton in Moscow in 2013, where he hired prostitutes to perform sex acts involving urination.

It was alleged that the hotel was monitored by Russian authorities and they were able to obtain footage of this golden shower sesh, which they then used as leverage over Trump.

There's no evidence that this tape exists, and Trump labelled the dossier a 'pile of garbage'.

Continuing his golden shower interlude at the National Republican Senatorial Committee retreat, Trump seemed to indicate that his wife didn't believe the allegations either.

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He said: "You know the great thing, our great first lady - 'That one', she said, 'I don't believe that one'."

Suffice to say, people thought the completely unprompted denial of the allegation was a little bit curious:

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Ex-FBI director James Comey previously said in his book A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership that Trump was obsessed with disproving the rumour.

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He claimed Trump said to him: "I'm a germaphobe... There's no way I would let people pee on each other around me. No way."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: US News, Donald Trump, Weird, Politics

Jake Massey
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