Matthew Modine: Trump Sexist Pig At Work (VIDEO)

Matthew Modine, star of the hit Netflix Original “Stranger Things”, has told Variety that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump sexually exploited women at his office in New York.

Modine was interviewed by Variety at the Carmel International Film Festival. He said that he is a longtime friend of Trump’s brother, Robert. During the interview, Modine shared the following story from a former intern of Trump’s in New York. He said:

“I know someone who took a summer intern job with him, a 15-year-old boy, who noticed one day that the secretaries didn’t really speak English, that they didn’t know how to type, that they didn’t really know how to do secretarial work. He thought it was his duty to tell Donald that they weren’t proficient at their secretarial work and he said ‘hey kid, I don’t hire them to be secretaries’.”

It Gets Worse

Modine went on to explain that Trump would place pieces of paper on the floor of his office. He would then call a secretary to come in, bend over, and pick up the piece of paper in front of the intern, who was 15-years-old at the time.

Modine went on to comment:

“He was teaching a 15-year-old, this is how you treat women and these are the women that you want to have around your office.”

Modine’s Take On Pussygate

As politics took over the interview, Modine went on to discuss the leaked Billy Bush tape of Trump. He said:

“It’s embarrassing to call it locker room talk, because anyone who was ever an athlete and spent time in a locker room, I spent a lot of time in locker rooms, and I’ve never heard anybody talk about women the way that he’s spoken about women.”

Finally, Modine went on to say:

“The U.S. deserves better.”

Super Sex

Modine was at the festival to promote his latest short film Super Sex. The short stars Kevin Nealon and Elizabeth Perkins, who play siblings who hire a prostitute for their father’s birthday.

Watch the full interview here:

Featured image via YouTube screengrab.

Kay Smythe is a freelance writer, social geographer, and senior writer at Anthony Gilardi's HIPPO LIFE. She was first published by Guardian Travel in the mid-2000s, which earned her the editorship at her college newspaper in 2010. From there, Smythe was opinion and news editor with The Tab, whilst maintaining a blog with Huffington Post. Her works featured interviews with Oscar and Emmy nominated actors. In early 2016, Smythe was awarded an O1 VISA. She lives and works in Venice, California, and loves it.