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Trump joked that his ex got her ‘beauty’ from her black mother and ‘intelligence’ from white father

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Trump joked that his model girlfriend Kara Young got her “beauty” from her black mother and “intelligence” from white father and supposed staffers of color were WAITERS at the White House meeting, a new book claims

  • Trump told Young she got her looks from her black mother and her ‘intelligence’ from ‘her father, the white side’
  • The Former President Laughed At His Own Joke, Young Didn’t
  • Young and Trump date from around 1997-1999
  • That relationship seemingly overlapped with when he met and started dating another model, former first lady Melania in 1998
  • Trump also once turned to a group of racially diverse congressional staffers and asked them to bring up the hors d’oeuvres, mistaking them for the wait staff.

Former President Trump once joked that his biracial model ex-girlfriend got her “beauty” from her black mother and her “intelligence” from her white father, according to a new book.

Shortly after meeting Young’s parents, Trump told his then-girlfriend how she got her looks from her black mother and her “intelligence” from “her father, the white side.” The former president laughed at his own joke, Young didn’t.

Young and Trump dated from around 1997-1999 after meeting in the Hamptons, New York. That relationship seemingly overlapped with when he met and started dating another model, former first lady Melania in 1998, while he was still in the process of divorcing his second wife Marla Maples. Trump and Melania Knauss dated occasionally until they got married in 2005.

The new anecdote comes from Confidence Man, by New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman, which came out on Tuesday, and was first reported by rolling stone.

Trump once joked that his former biracial model girlfriend got her “beauty” from her black parent and her “intelligence” from her white parent, according to a new book

Shortly after meeting Young's parents, Trump told his then-girlfriend how she got her looks from her black mother and her

Shortly after meeting Young’s parents, Trump told his then-girlfriend how she got her looks from her black mother and her “intelligence” from “her father, the white side.” The Former President Laughed At His Own Joke, Young Didn’t

Young defended Trump in 2017 against accusations of racism. “I’ve never heard him make a disparaging remark about any race of people,” she told the Times.

When asked if he supported white supremacist ideals, she said at the time, “That was not my experience.”

The president, who had three marriages, was known for dating models before settling down with first lady Melania Trump.

He also dated models Kylie Bax and Rowanne Brewer Lane and tennis player Allison Giannini in the late 1990s.

In a 2017 interview, Young described another incident where Trump expressed surprise that Serena and Venus Williams drew a racially diverse crowd at the US Open because he believed black people were not interested in tennis.

At another time noted in Haberman’s book, Trump held a White House reception in January 2017 to meet with congressional leaders.

At one point, the former president turned to a group of racially diverse staffers and asked them to bring up the hors d’oeuvres, mistaking them for the wait staff.

“Why don’t you get the food?” Trump asked the wait staff.

Then-White House Chief of Staff Reince Preibus rushed to correct Trump’s flub, telling him that he had just addressed top congressional officials and signaled the actual ministry.

Young is in the picture with her parents

Young is in the picture with her parents

Trump held a reception at the White House in January 2017 to meet with congressional leaders, pictured above

Trump held a reception at the White House in January 2017 to meet with congressional leaders, pictured above

At one point, the former president turned to a group of racially diverse staffers and asked them to bring up the hors d'oeuvres, mistaking them for the wait staff.

At one point, the former president turned to a group of racially diverse staffers and asked them to bring up the hors d’oeuvres, mistaking them for the wait staff.

In his own story, former National Security Adviser John Bolton noted that Trump had once told him he didn’t like being dumped, preferring instead to end relationships with women, an observation that then Chief of Staff John Kelly found revealing.

Trump told Bolton “how he never liked the women he’d dated when they broke up; he always wanted to be the one who made the breakup. (“Very revealing,” Kelly said when I told him later),” Bolton writes in his memoir.

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