Donald Trump responds to jokingly being called 'sexual predator' on 2006 Howard Stern show


​Donald Trump was caught on tape again 10 years ago shaking his head in agreement after being called a sexual predator.

A resurfaced clip from a 2006 interview on the Howard Stern show is making the rounds on the internet in which Stern's co-host Robin Quivers called the businessman a sexual predator.

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Stern asked Trump "You know about sexual predators and things like that," according to New York Magazine. Then Quivers broke in saying, "You are one." Trump smiled and mouthed what appears to be the word "true" while his daughter Ivanka laughed and seemed to be embarrassed next to him. 

Watch the clip here.

The exchange was 10 seconds of the nearly hour-long interview.

Trump was joined by Ivanka and his son Donald Jr. to promote "The Apprentice."

The comment came after Stern asked Ivanka about her private life and her relationship with an ex-boyfriend. Stern had asked Trump if he had ever discussed sex with his daughter. He responded "no," New York Magazine reported.

The Stern video came to life after several women recently accused Trump of sexual assault and after audio was released of him explicitly speaking off camera to Billy Bush in 2005. Trump described the comments to the former "Access Hollywood" host as "locker-room talk."

Trump is calling himself a victim, claiming he is the focus of "one of the great political smear campaigns in the history of our country," CNN reported.

The Republican nominee says the allegations against him are part of a conspiracy, including the media, to defeat him, CNN reported.

"This whole thing is one big fix. It's one big fix. It's one big ugly lie. It's one big fix. The press can't write the kind of things they write, which are lies, lies, lies," Trump said last week. "The only thing I said is hopefully, hopefully our patriotic movement will overcome this terrible deception."


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