WATCH: Trump “goes through the roof” if his wife doesn’t have dinner ready

Don’t worry, Donald Trump doesn’t want to sound like a chauvinist but there are consequences if his wife doesn’t have dinner on the table when he comes home from work.

“I have days where I think it’s great, and then I have days where I come home — I don’t want to sound too much like a chauvinist but when I come home and dinner’s not ready, I go through the roof ok?”

The Daily Show uncovered the 1994 clip and aired it last night.

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Introducing Tower Of Lies: New American Bridge Website Focuses On Trump’s Lies

Donald Trump’s lies have taken on a life of their own, transcending “Pants on Fires” and “Pinocchios” to become something much more nefarious. Since the start of his campaign, Trump has lied about his finances, his personal life, his policies and of course, his taxes. Today, American Bridge is announcing a new website dedicated to revealing the truth behind Trump’s lies: Tower Of Lies.

TowerOfLies.com will be updated regularly as part of American Bridge’s commitment to holding Trump accountable. With every speech and interview, Donald Trump’s list of lies grows — and so too will our website. Americans deserve to know who the Republican nominee actually is, not just who he claims to be. 

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Foreclosure Profiting Buddies — Trump And His Fundraising Host Tonight

It’s fitting that Donald Trump chose to hold one of his first GOP fundraisers at the home of a fellow foreclosure profiteer — it reminds us just how callous Trump is to working families. When millions of Americans were losing their homes to foreclosure during the housing crisis, Trump and the fundraiser host, Thomas Barrack, sought to make millions on others’ hardship.

Not only was Trump hoping that a housing crisis would happen so he could profit, he was selling risky sub-prime mortgages that helped lead to the crisis. And now that he’s the de facto Republican nominee, Trump is trying to con people into believing this is the kind of thinking our country needs.

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Trump’s Employees Marked “C” for “Colored”

Donald Trump, the man who regularly boasts about “never settling” lawsuits settled a 1973 suit brought by the Justice Department for racial discrimination at Trump properties. The suit was the result of undercover “testers” sent from organizations such as the Urban League to uncover housing discrimination. In one instance, a black woman seeking to rent in a Brooklyn complex was told nothing was available. Later, a white woman seeking similar accommodations was given her choice of two available units.

Such discrimination wasn’t accidental or the result of individual employees personal biases. Federal investigators found that Trump employees marked the applications of prospective minority tenants with racial codes–such as “No. 9” or “C” for “colored” applicants. Apparently Mr. Trump preferred to rent his properties to “Jews and Executives,” according to two former Trump employees.

“Donald Trump’s company embraced discriminatory practices while he was in the boardroom and his present rhetoric shows he wants to […]

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Firm Tied To Potential Trump VP Under Federal Investigation Over Alleged Fraud

A perfect match. A firm with close financial ties to Tennessee Senator Bob Corker is reportedly under federal investigation “for alleged accounting fraud,” according to the Wall Street Journal.

That makes Corker, a potential Donald Trump VP pick, a good fit for a Trump ticket. Why? Because Donald Trump is himself a fraud, and one with a lengthy sketchy business record of his own. And that’s not even getting to Trump’s essentially unprecedented refusal to release his tax returns, which has us all wondering what else he’s hiding.

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Burr’s Political Posturing On HB2 Is Too Little, Too Late

Senator Richard Burr is attempting to backtrack on his support of Governor Pat McCrory’s discriminatory HB2 law, saying that North Carolina Republicans went “too far” when they passed the anti-LGBT legislation.

Apparently Burr has seen the latest polls because up until this point, he’s been very supportive of HB2 and laws that hurt the LGBT community in general. Burr claimed that HB2 does not discriminate and “doesn’t involve federal issues.” He even went as far as to say that the job-killing law wasn’t affecting North Carolina’s business community.

In addition to the millions in economic and tourism revenue the state has lost to HB2, the Republicans’ law is putting $4.5 billion in federal education funding at risk. But only now, when it’s politically convenient, is Senator Burr ready to eat his words.

A look at his record on anti-LGBT legislation makes it clear, Senator Burr’s backtrack is political posturing:

SB 1598: Senator Burr signed on as a co-sponsor of SB 1598–the “First […]

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Trump Hoped For Home Foreclosures And Economic Pain, That’s “What America Needs”

In response to criticism of his 2006 statements hoping for a housing crash, Trump claimed in a statement to NBC News that, “This is the kind of thinking our country needs.” Trump doubled down on those statements tonight in Albuquerque, NM reiterating that, “That’s the kind of thinking we need,” and, “If it goes down, it goes down.

Trump’s callous disregard for the millions of Americans affected by the housing crisis reveals a man more concerned about his bottom line than the good of the country. While millions lost their homes and retirement savings, Donald spun a profit. Trumps’s reckless, self-serving approach represents the worst of our society, not the best; and it definitely doesn’t belong in the White House.

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