Despite the fact that it seems like a strange reality show gimmick, Donald Trump is actually running for president of the United States. And while he seems to prefer sitting down with the likes of Sarah Palin for interviews, hardcore feminists wouldn’t mind getting the real estate mogul in a room… and asking him hardball questions.
If you could ask Donald Trump one “presidential-esque” question, what would it be?
“I still think Donald Trump’s candidacy can only be an elaborate performance art stunt. I can’t wrap my brain around the idea that he might be serious about running. So I guess my question is, ‘Is this a joke?'” — Celeste Lindell
“First, thank you for inspiring Berkeley Breathed to come out of retirement, thus creating a few new jobs in the comics industry. What other new jobs has your campaign inspired?” — Veronica
“I can’t even muster up enough “give a damn about Trump” to come up with such a question. The idea that he could ever be president is such a complete joke it makes me sad and depressed to see how much time American media has devoted to it.” — T??p?? Fádìran
“I’d ask him if he’s kidding. Right? He has to be kidding. Or wait, no. I’d ask if he’s an alien. The facsimile of hair and that ruddy off-colored skin suit surely isn’t of this world. What’s under that outer layer, Donald? Beneath that, is there a wicked awesome reptilian goddess who once elected in the guise of that sack of sadness we call The Donald, will burst forth? And through executive order, she will right all the wrongs, remove all senators who don’t know how the vagina works? And that is how we’ll have our very first female president? A girl can dream.” — Leigh Shulman
“Since you are so pretend-concerned about fictional foreign rapists, what is your plan for preventing rape and sexual assault in this country?” — Alex Blank Millard
“What did you mean on The View when you said, ‘I’ve said that if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps, I would be dating her’? Is that what women are to you — Daughters or dateable? Or dateable daughters? To be honest, I couldn’t wait for an answer. I’d probably erupt in a barbaric rage scream.” — Shaindel Beers
“As president, problems may arise that require a cool head. How do you plan on keeping your temper in check when dealing with issues of national or international security? Continuing along those lines, the solutions to those problems may not be found in the depths of your bank account. How do you plan to work towards solving problems that cannot be solved financially?” — Seraphina Ferraro
“‘Why would you want to be president of a country that would even consider having you?’ For point of reference, see Woody Allen in Annie Hall declaring he would not want to be a member of any club that would have him. So, yeah, that.” — Mayim Bialik
“Any time I see his face, hear his voice or catch someone referencing his name, my mind goes to one place and one place only:
” — Katie Klabusich