Donald Trump said he’s never been a fan of Bill Cosby.
“His humor was always, like, slow and stupid to me,” Trump said in his first interview as a Republican frontman with The Hollywood Reporter. “I never saw it. I think he’s weird. And I never found his humor good at all. Just sit in a chair, talk very slowly?”
“I had one bad experience with him,” Trump said. “I was on ‘Letterman,’ and he was following me on the show. He said, ‘Oh, I want to buy you a suit.’ It was nice, he bought me a suit. And then he was on [the ‘Today’ show], and my name was mentioned, and he went absolutely crazy. And I said, ‘What the hell was that all about?'”
“I’ve never been a fan.” (RELATED: New Bill Cosby Accuser: He Made Me Put Oatmeal On My Face And Act Like A Queen)
“And then he’s obviously got this stuff,” Trump added, referencing the sexual assault allegations made against Cosby in the last year. “What amazes me is he was so quiet and then you see these depositions. What was he doing? Was he drunk? You see he admitted all this stuff on top of everything else.”
“I think he’s weird.”
When asked if he’d take away Cosby’s Medal of Honor, Trump replied, “I think that we have bigger problems in this country.” (RELATED: Heidi Klum Responds To Trump Diss)