Actress and reality TV star Claudia Jordan stated during a recent interview that she believes that Donald Trump was always “cool with her” because he wanted to get into her pants.
Jordan also compares Trump to Thomas Jefferson and by doing so isn’t making a presidential reference.
Jordan is an alum of the “Celebrity Apprentice” and she opened up about her time on the show during a recent podcast of “Political Junkeez.” She has made no secret that she hates Donald Trump now, but she shares that they got along well enough when she appeared on his reality TV show. She does add, however, that it was only because “he wanted to f**k.”
Jordan does not accuse Trump of any type of bad behavior she says it was more of a vibe that she got from him, but she also added that no one should take his admiration of her as a sign that he isn’t a racist.
She went on to compare Trump to slave owners, who had sex with their slaves.
“Let me tell you — more than a few slave masters were having sex with black women,” she added. “You can still be racist and have sex with a black woman or want to. I need people to stop with that nonsense.”
Claudia appeared in seasons 2 and 6 of “Celebrity Apprentice.” She also knew Trump from the days that she competed in the Miss USA competition.
She shares that she does not have any type of political beef with Trump not at first, anyway. She adds that she does have issues with Trump when he goes to what she calls “the dark side.”
Back in October, Jordan claimed that Trump attempted to kiss her twice and told her not to date black men because they weren’t as financially stable.
“He called me a few times and … he would tell me that I shouldn’t waste my time with black men, dating them, which I was at the time dating an Olympic athlete, Black man, and who is the best in the world,” she said while appearing on “Behind The Velvet Rope With David Yontef.”
“And I was like, ‘Wait, why would you say that to me?’ And he said ‘Cause they don’t have money.’ And I was like, ‘Hmm, okay. So just throw away the whole race because they don’t have the money to you.’ So, I told him, I said… ‘That’s not a cool thing.’”