Trump on Lindsay Lohan in 2004: 'Deeply troubled' women are 'the best in bed'

Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden team wants to understand Trump effort to 'hollow out government agencies' Trump's remaking of the judicial system Overnight Defense: Trump transgender ban 'inflicts concrete harms,' study says | China objects to US admiral's Taiwan visit MORE in a 2004 interview said "deeply troubled" women are "great in bed" while discussing actress Lindsay Lohan with shock jock Howard Stern.

“She’s probably deeply troubled and therefore great in bed,” Trump told Stern on his radio program, as first reported by CNN Money. "How come the deeply troubled women, you know, deeply, deeply troubled, they’re always the best in bed?"


“Because they’re looking for love, they’re looking for positive affirmation, they’re looking for a father figure who will love them and tell them they’re wonderful,” Stern said. "And it’ll never be enough."

“No matter how many times you tell them they’re beautiful or how many times you tell them you love them, they want to suck it up more. They will drain you like a vampire until your head caved in if they could get more love," he continued.

“For some reason, what I said is true. I mean, they’re just unbelievable," Trump responded.

"You don’t want to be with them long-term, but for the short-term there’s nothing like them."

Lohan was 18 at the time of the interview.

"Right now, Lindsay is choosing to focus on the positive things happening in her life and has decided to disregard the comments made about her by Presidential nominee Donald Trump," a representative for Lohan told CNN. "She is focusing on helping children around the world in need and that's where her passion is."

The interview is only the latest controversy over Trump's treatment of women.

Trump was heard discussing his failed sexual advances on a married woman and groping women without their consent in a 2005 tape that was uncovered last week by The Washington Post.

The tape sparked a firestorm of criticism, with a number of Republicans withdrawing their support for the party's nominee.

During the second presidential debate with Democrat Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonThe Hill's 12:30 Report - Third vaccine candidate with 90% efficacy Biden won — so why did Trump's popularity hit its highest point ever? The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by the UAE Embassy in Washington, DC - Calls mount to start transition as Biden readies Cabinet picks MORE, Trump denied that he had ever committed sexual assault, saying the remarks were just words.

But since the debate, Trump has seen mounting allegations from women that he kissed and touched them without consent.

Trump has fiercely denied the allegations, which threaten to undermine his presidential bid less than a month from Election Day.

Clinton leads Trump by about 7 points nationwide in the latest RealClearPolitics average of polls.