Trump says women should “find other jobs” if they feel harassed by their bosses at work


WASHINGTON – While US President Barack Obama has termed Donald Trump as “unfit to become the US president,” the Republican presidential nominee continues to prove his opinion right with every passing day.

On one side he is stuck in a controversy over his remarks about slain US Muslim soldier’s mother Ghazala Khan, and on the other Mr Trump started a new heated debate by saying that he would ask his daughter Ivanka to “find a new career” if she were sexually harassed by her boss at work.

He went on to say this in an interview with USA Today’s columnist Kristen Powers while commenting on Roger Ailes, the former Fox News boss who is accused of demanding sex from multiple female workers in exchange for their career advancement.

Adding a little more to his answer, Trump also termed the former Fox News officials as a “very talented” and “good person”.

“Some of the women that are complaining, I know how much he’s helped them,” Trump said answering a question about the same issue in an interview with NBC last week.

It is also worth mentioning here that Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump, while speaking at the recent RNC event which nominated his father a presidential candidate, had termed his father a feminist who backs his female employees, adding that he was a “gender-blind” person.