Donald Trump has publicly confirmed that he’s ‘not into golden showers’

Former US president Donald Trump has finally publicly confirmed that he’s not into “golden showers”.

Yes, really…

Cast your mind back to the early days of Trump’s presidency in 2017, when the Steele dossier – an investigation into the alleged collaboration between Trump’s campaign team and the Russian government – was published.

Amongst the many eyebrow-raising accusations in the report, it claimed that, in 2013, Trump had employed a number of sex workers to urinate in front of him in order to defile the same room that the Obamas had used in the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in the Russian capital.

This story quickly became an obsession for many of Trump’s detractors who were determined to find out whether the incident was real as it has supposedly been recorded by the Russian Federal Security Service, a recording that has since become known as “pee tape”.

There hasn’t been any actual evidence to support the claim that Trump has ever taken part in this fetish but finally, after all these years, the man himself has decided to put the rumours to bed.

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In a report in the Washington Post, which details Trump’s continued stranglehold over the Republican Party and the pressure that he has put others under to buy into his lies about election fraud, Trump reportedly told a crowd at the NRSC conference in Palm Beach on Thursday that he’s “not into golden showers.”

Speaking about the investigation into his ties in Russia, Trump said: “It was all phony s**t, okay. All phony stuff. I’m not into golden showers. You know the great thing, our great first lady — ‘That one,’ she said, ‘I don’t believe that one.’”

Good to hear Melania is at least with him on that one.

Elsewhere within his speech, he is said to have praised both Chinese president Xi Jinping and Russian leader Vladimir Putin and returned to his longstanding hatred of wind turbines. He said: “It’s so sad when you see that they are approving these windmills — worst form of energy, the most expensive. You talk about carbon emissions, well they are making them. More goes into the air than if you ran something for 30 years.”

Meanwhile, Trump is said to hold a significant 67 per cent lead over his opponents in a new poll about potential Republican presidential candidates for the 2024 election.

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