President Donald Trump's campaign and presidency have been plagued by leaked recordings.
From the infamous "grab 'em by the pu**y" tape to the recent revelation that he "felt up" First Lady Melania Trump, the president has sparked a multitude of controversies involving contentious remarks about women.
Now, his daughter Tiffany has been thrown into the spotlight after a conversation between Trump and Howard Stern was leaked.
In tapes obtained exclusively by Newsweek, a conversation between president Trump and Howard Stern was recorded in which Trump admits that Donald Jr. and Ivanka were trying to “bump off a child” from their inheritance.
And yep, you guessed it — the “child” in question was Tiffany.
In the tapes, Stern is heard asking Trump: “Do your older children get nervous every time you have another child?”
“I have a friend who is also like a very rich guy. And he said how his children hate the new children coming along and everything else; I said, 'Yeah, because every time you have a child, it's 20 percent less to the people [Inaudible],' ” Trump responded.
Stern then nudged Trump to ask if his other children, namely Ivanka and Donald Jr., were trying to “bump off a child”.
After evading the question and minor back and forth, Trump confirmed with a clear “yes."
Trump’s net worth, which is estimated at $3.5 billion, is divided into hundreds of assets — partnerships, properties, businesses, which means each of his children is expected to get a piece of the pie.
There’s been no word yet from any of the parties involved on the nature of the tapes, but we’d be willing to bet our money on the fact that Trump will have a tweet (or three) out about it soon.
This isn't the first time conversation with Howard Stern has landed President Trump in hot water. Throughout his campaign, the president was mocked for the now-famous words he uttered to the radio jockey in 2003: “If Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her."
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