Paris Hilton Says Women Who Accused Trump of Sexual Assault Are Looking for Attention, Fame

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Nicky Hilton, Donald Trump and Paris Hilton at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on October 18, 2001. 

"They want to get money or get paid to not say anything or get a settlement when nothing really happened."

The pink-loving supposed newly turned feminist Paris Hilton claims that her family friend President Trump's "always been so respectful" towards women in an interview with journalist Irin Carmon for her recent new profile in Marie Claire​, an excerpt of which the journalist shared via Twitter on Tuesday (Aug. 15).

On the subject of Hilton's famous sex tape that President Trump has previously claimed he watched while on The Howard Stern Show, the hotel heiress said blamed the radio show and said, "It wasn't creepy at all. He's not like that at all."

As for Trump's painfully straightforward "Grab the Pussy" line, Paris defends that too. 

"I've heard guys say some pretty crazy things. Like, worse than that." she continued. "I definitely don't think he would just say that."

Of course there are women who have claimed the president actually did grab them. To those claims, Hilton replied, she thinks the women are just "opportunists" in it for the "attention" and "fame."

"They want to get money or get paid to not say anything or get a settlement when nothing really happened," she said. "So I don't believe any of that. Because a lot of women, I've seen, like him because he's wealthy and he's charming and good-looking so I feel like a lot of these girls made the story up."

Read the full interview excerpts here: