President Donald Trump may have said some really awful things about females, particularly women who have criticized him in the past, but while recognizing International Women’s Day Wednesday, the real estate mogul turned commander in chief assured his millions of Twitter followers that he really, truly does respect the women of America and every other country.

While the president encouraged everyone to honor women during the international holiday, Trump pointed out how important women were to the development and advancement of the U.S., saying females were “vital to the fabric of our society and our economy.”

Despite his infamous, “Grab ‘em by the p***y,” comment, Trump has made some respectful remarks about women before. Check out a list of some nice (and some not so nice) things the president has said about females in the past below:

1.  During his final president debate with opponent Hillary Clinton in October 2016: "Nobody has more respect for women than I do. Nobody."

2. During a rally in New Hampshire in October 2015: "I respect women incredibly. I have had women working for me in positions that they have never worked in terms of so many different jobs. I had a woman who was in charge of the building of Trump Tower many years ago before it was even thought — before anybody would have even thought of it and it did a fantastic job. I have given women more opportunity than, I would say virtually, anybody in the construction industry."

3. On Twitter in May 2013: "26,000 unreported sexual assults [sic] in the military-only 238 convictions. What did these geniuses expect when they put men & women together?"

4. During an appearance on "Meet the Press" in August 2015: "I have so much respect for women, and I will help women in terms of the health issues because it's so important to do that. Chuck, I have thousands of women working for me. I have women working at high positions. I was one of the first people to put women in charge of big construction jobs. And, you know, I have had a great relationship with women."

5. In an Esquire magazine profile in May 1991: "You know, it really doesn’t matter what they write as long as you’ve got a young and beautiful piece of ass. But she’s got to be young and beautiful."

6. Written in his 1987 book, "Trump: Art of the Deal": “It’s funny. My own mother was a housewife all her life. And yet it’s turned out that I’ve hired a lot of women for top jobs, and they’ve been among my best people. Often, in fact, they are far more effective than the men around them.”