In footage of a 1992 Entertainment Tonight Christmas special, Donald Trump, then 46-years-old, can be heard remarking on a group of young girls as they ride up an escalator.
“I am going to be dating her in 10 years," Trump can be heard saying about one of the girls in the video clip. "Can you believe it?”
The clip was aired on Wednesday's edition of the CBS Evening News, and joins a steady stream of recently leaked archival footage depicting Trump making lascivious comments toward women.
Last week, The Washington Post published a video clip containing audio from a hot mic during a 2005 Access Hollywood segment with then reporter Billy Bush in which the presidential candidate described sexually assaulting women. “When you’re a star they let you do it. You can do anything," Trump says. "Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything.”
Trump has dismissed the comments as "locker room talk," but the video is only one of what is proving to be multiple instances of the presidential candidate's misdeeds, ranging from lewd comments to accusations of sexual assault, including from two women—Jessica Leeds and Rachel Crook—who came forward to The New York Times on Wednesday to recount their alleged encounters with Trump. Their stories join a growing list of sexual assault allegations levied against the businessman.
The comments made in the Entertainment Tonight video also follows another alarming trend in the Trump controversy oeuvre: inappropriate, sexualized comments about young, including underage, women.
This post has been updated with the correct language and link to this story about Trump allegedly walking in on beauty pageant contestants' dressing rooms.
Aleksander Chan is Fusion's News Director.