Donald Trump has a knack for saying horrifically sexist things. He's called women “dogs” and “fat pigs.” He even once told Celebrity Apprentice contestant Brande Roderick that it would be good to see her “on your knees.” But his latest comments on sexual harassment hammer home the fact that he's not—and probably never will be—a friend to women.
In an interview with USA Today, Trump said he was disappointed that former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes was ousted from the company after being accused by multiple women of sexual harassment. (According to New York Magazine, Ailes allegedly repeatedly made inappropriate sexual advances towards women and routinely made crude comments about their bodies.) But when he was asked how he would feel if his daughter Ivanka Trump was treated that way, Donald said he would “like to think she would find another career or find another company if that was the case.”