Trump Comments On Female Reporter's Appearance, Surprises No One

Trump Comments On Female Reporter's Appearance, Surprises No One

Trump Comments On Female Reporter's Appearance, Surprises No One

As the USA 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".

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar told the house that Mr Trudeau and his family will be making the trip. "She has a nice smile on her face so I bet she treats you well".

Social media users blasted Trump's comments - describing him as "creepy" and the fact he singled her out as "disgusting".

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Another added: "Trump literally called you over just to look at you?"

The moment quickly went viral after Perry shared it on Twitter.

Trump speaks to Irish journalist Caitriona Perry while on the phone with Leo Varadkar, Ireland's new prime minister.

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When Perry, who works as Washington Correspondent & U.S. Bureau Chief with RTÉ News-Ireland, tweeted the footage, she called the incident "bizarre".

During Trump's light discussion with Varadkar, he interrupted the call to summon Perry to his desk. He then immediately turned back into a creep, singling out a pretty, blonde woman member of the Irish press and talking about her smile.

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