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Trump Street Art Posted in NYC on International Women's Day

This Street Art Shows What Trump Thinks About Women — in His Own Words

On March 8, President Trump celebrated International Women's Day with a series of tweets about how much "respect" he has for women. Unfortunately for Trump, his own words came back to haunt him when giant posters featuring his sexist comments from the now-infamous Billy Bush interview popped up on a sidewalk in New York City.

Spotted at 30&5th, NYC. Our dear president. from pics

"I did try and f*ck her. She was married. I moved on her like a b*tch," the black and yellow street art reads, referring to Trump's retelling of his attempts to woo Entertainment Tonight anchor Nancy O'Dell. The poster also features Trump's offensive assertion that stars could grab women by their genitals simply because they're famous.

The photo was posted on the image-hosting site Imgur, where it has since racked up over 7,000 comments at press time with people calling out the irony of it all. "I can't wait for our children to read this man's elegant words in their textbooks," one user wrote. Another user resurfaced Trump's statements to Howard Stern in 2005 about going into the dressing rooms to "inspect" Miss Universe contestants back when he owned the beauty pageant.

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The poster was also shared on Twitter by J.K. Rowling, who has a history of taking down the president for his controversial rhetoric. The tweet has since received over 20,000 retweets and over 36,000 "likes."

Looks like women around the world aren't going to forget about Trump's words anytime soon, no matter how much he now claims to respect them.

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