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donald trump's penis teaser

That Time Donald Trump Jr. Discussed His Father’s Penis in an Interview

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Yes, since the campaign of Donald Trump, American politics has been reduced to conversations about porn stars, NDAs and the president’s penis. But discussion of Donald Trump’s penis goes back even further than June 2015 when his candidacy was announced. And the president has his own son, Tweedle Dee Donald Trump Jr., to thank for that.

In 2007, Donald Trump Jr. appeared on an episode The Adam Carolla Show, a typically toxic piece of work that on the day in question was recording live from the Playboy Mansion. (That choice of scenery should offer you all the info you need on the quality and taste level of Carolla’s show.) Well, the Huffington Post has unearthed the episode, and it turns out it didn’t take much time for the conversation to veer towards the most nauseating topic known to modern man: Donald Trump’s penis.

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This guy has thought long and hard about Donald Trump’s penis

Carolla asked Trump Jr., “I got one question, Donald Jr. When you and your pops are in the shower, who’s got the bigger package? You know what I’m saying.”

To which Trump Jr. replied, “You know, and I will get fired for this, but I’m never going to say that I don’t. I will get fired for that. By the way, they’re both pretty substantial I think.”

Yes, Donald Trump Jr. referred to his father’s penis as “pretty substantial.”

In addition to discussing now-President Donald Trump’s penis during the interview, conversation on The Adam Carolla Show also encompassed:

  • Having sex with Miss USA contestants
  • Whether Don Jr. thinks Melania is hot
  • And whether Don Jr. has ever thought about killing his father for inheritance money

So, now that you’re thinking about the size, shape and color of Donald Trump’s penis, who’s ready for lunch?

Do you have any thoughts about Donald Trump’s penis? Sound off in the comments.

Featured image by AP Photo / J. Scott Applewhite

This story was originally published on April 6, 2018

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