An old Robin Leach interview with Donald Trump becomes virulent again after the death of the celebrity journalist at the age of 76 this week.
In the Leach broadcast "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous," broadcast in 1994, Trump responded to a question about what qualities his 1-year-old daughter Tiffany had inherited from himself and her mother, then-wife Marla Maples, by writing about the legs and breasts of the child spoke.
"Well, I think she's got a lot of Marla, she's a really nice baby," said Trump, sitting next to Maples. "She has Marla's legs, we do not know if she still has this part, but time will tell," Trump added as he put his hands to his chest to indicate breasts.
"The Daily Show" reappeared in April In 2016, just seven months before Trump won the presidential election. Host Trevor Noah sent the material that he believed had not been seen for more than two decades and was speechless.
"He could have said anything and he walked with legs and possibly breasts," Noah finally said, collecting his thoughts. "We pretty much accepted every other part of the body."
"We know for sure that Trump does not have a woman who is too small to not reduce her to her body parts," Noah added. "I do not even think Trump was trying to be funny or provocative, it just clearly shows that it's an impulse for him."
Leach later defended Trump's comments and told Inside Edition 2016 that the backlash was an "overreaction" and "just the accumulation of those who do not like Donald. "
Trump has a history of objectifying his daughters, and in 2006 he said in ABC's" The View "that he would" possibly "go out with his eldest daughter Ivanka Trump if they were not related.