Wikileaks spills more dirt: DNC approved ad–‘Hot Women’ OK with being ‘groped’ by Trump

Democratic National Committee emails leaked by hacker WikiLeaks revealed a plan to create a phony ad portraying Donald Trump as sexist.

In one of over 19,000 emails leaked, a DNC deputy communications director presented the idea for a “fake craigslist jobs post for women” who wanted to work at Trump’s organization.

In the May 18, 2016 email, Christina Freundlich asked for approval of the ad which would read, in part:

“Seeking staff members for multiple positions in a large, New York-based corporation known for its real estate investments, fake universities, steaks, and wine. The boss has very strict standards for female employees, ranging from the women who take lunch orders (must be hot) to the women who oversee multi-million dollar construction projects (must maintain hotness demonstrated at time of hiring).”


The bogus ad noted that the job title would be “Honey Bunch (that’s what the boss will call you).”

Job requirements listed included “No gaining weight on the job,” and “Must be open to public humiliation and open-press workouts if you do gain weight on the job.” In addition, “A willingness to evaluate other women’s hotness for the boss’ satisfaction is a plus.”

The proposed ad noted that the boss “may greet you with a kiss on the lips or grope you under the meeting table.”

Freundlich’s idea was approved by DNC Communications Director Luis Miranda.

“As long as all the offensive shit is verbatim I’m fine with it,” Miranda responded.

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