But on June 29, he took it to a personal level when he tweeted to his millions of followers about Brzezinski's appearance: "I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don't watch anymore). When it comes to how he talks about, addresses and tweets about women, President Trump is having a bad week. On Tuesday at an Oval Office conference with reporters, he told an Irish journalist to come over to his desk and told Ireland's newly elected prime minister, who was on the phone, that “she has a nice smile on her face.
In a separate 2016 Pew study on partisanship and political animosity, 55 percent of Democrats said the Republican Party makes them “afraid,” and 49 percent of Republicans said the same thing about the Democratic Party.
Kelly and Trump have "agreed to disagree," according to Kelly. "You’re disgusting." Trump hurled this barb at a female lawyer, who, during a deposition involving Trump, asked for a medical break to pump breast milk for her 3-month-old daughter.3. When talking to CNN’s Don Lemon on Friday, he said this about Kelly: "You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever."5. ICYMI: Here's Trump, the GOP presidential nominee, suggesting the People reporter wasn't hot enough for him to be inappropriate with: pic.twitter.com/YLUul Vjzc H— Carlos Maza (@gaywonk) October 13, 2016 27. During the first presidential debate, Hillary Clinton called out Trump for his history of misogynistic comments.
And Trump told that he’d be "phenomenal to women." But Kelly was right to question him on his stance on the women. In a May 1991 magazine profile, Trump had this to say about his recent bad press: "You know, it really doesn’t matter what they write as long as you’ve got a young and beautiful piece of ass. In particular, she called attention to Trump body-shaming Machado, whom he has called "Miss Piggy," "Miss Housekeeping," and an "eating machine." Trump then renewed his attacks against Machado in a late-night Twitter rant.28.
His current projects include a NIDA-funded dyadic-network cohort study of young gay/bisexual men that seeks to gain a multilevel perspectives on the drivers of substance use and HIV in this population, several randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of HIV prevention program for adolescent and young adult gay/bisexual men (NIDA, NIMH, NIMHD), and an NIMHD-funded study of ethical considerations in LGBT adolescent participation in HIV prevention research.
He serves as co-director of the NIH-funded Third Coast Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) and dual principal investigator of the NIDA-funded Center for Prevention Implementation Science Methodology (Ce-PIM). Mustanski has published over 130 peer reviewed journal articles.