Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has appeared in more than one Playboy video, a new report released Wednesday showed. The two latest videos to be unearthed are in addition to the 2000 video that came into the limelight late last week.
The real estate mogul has had a long history with Hugh Hefner’s Playboy magazine. In 1990, he appeared on the cover of the publication. In the interview inside, when asked whether his marriage was monogamous, Trump replied with a controversial: “I don’t have to answer that.”
Following the 2000 Playboy softcore porn film that was discovered last week, CNN’s K-File investigative team unearthed two more videos from 1994 and 2001.
The 1994 video shows Trump interviewing a potential candidate for Playboy’s “40th anniversary Playmate.” The Republican candidate can be seen taking Polaroids of the models.
“I believe that it’s not just beauty, I think it’s an attitude,” the model being interviewed says. “I think it has a lot to do with personality and an attitude. I think Playboy really represents that, and I believe that I have that, and I have what it takes to represent them.”
In response to this, Trump says: “Well I think you have what it takes too. And I think everyone in this room thinks you have what it takes also.”
CNN reported Jeff Cohen, a senior photo editor for Playboy, as saying that Trump was brought in for additional publicity for the special occasion.
While the 1994 video does not contain any sexually explicit content in the parts where Trump is present, there are other scenes with fully nude women.
The next video, from 2001, shows Trump backstage at a fashion show with two Playmates and then-girlfriend Melania Knauss — now Melania Trump. Other scenes — without Trump — in the video again show fully nude women.
Trump’s reputation among women has been a sore point all through his election campaign. The latest CNN/ORC poll showed that 62 percent of women did not look at Trump favorably. With just over a month left for the November elections, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton may gain from Trump’s stance toward women.