VIDEO: Geraldo STUNNED by Trump Recording, But Does He Remember This?!

Geraldo Rivera comes out claiming he too has more embarrassing footage of Donald Trump.


“I have interviewed Donald Trump many times and been with him may times and I have tapes,” Rivera said on Fox News’ The Five Sunday, Politico reported. “My brother and I have been starting to go through the tapes now and there are statements that, in the context of the current climate, would be embarrassing.”

Geraldo, if what Trump said was so terrible, do you remember what YOU said and DID?

He is saying that this has caused an ‘existential crisis in the Trump campaign’ and will put it ‘on life support’.

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Check out his comments on the O’Reilly Factor:

What did Geraldo do, you ask.

Well, when asked about his claim in his autobiography, ‘Exposing Myself’, that he slept with 1,000 women, he just laughed and said, ‘Ah, those were good years.”

Um…GROSS! And degrading to women!

I’m suddenly king of the world and I’ve got all this money. It’s really pretty easy, easy picking’s when you’re in that situation. It’s not particularly my magnetism or anything.

…You have groupies, basically…

…Constantly surrounded by temptation that was instantly fulfillable, and no rules…

…It was the SNL Afterparty everyday.

Not only was he disgusting, he also named some women! This includes Bette Midler, Liza Minelli, Chris Everet.

Here’s Bette Midler talking to Barbara Walters saying when she met Geraldo, she was drugged and groped:

Here’s a newspaper report from the Eugene Register in 1991. Why is no one outraged about this?!

And last, but certainly not least, Geraldo stands with Roger Ailes:

This man has no right to talk about Trump’s “scandal”.

H/T: Clash Daily


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