Ever since he announced his presidential campaign 11 months ago, Donald Trump has found himself in constant controversy. Trump's biggest campaign issue appears to be his struggle to get in good standing with women, which took a turn for the worst on Tuesday.

Trump's woman troubles

Just as the first season of "The Appreciate" was underway in 2004, Trump found himself dealing with another issue involving a woman. As reported by Mediaite on May 17, Trump had allegedlyput in a phone call to Playboy, asking to set up and interview with a model that he claimed he wanted to work with.

As it turns out, Trump just wanted a date with a model, who turned out to be Victoria Zdrok. In an interview with Stepping Out magazine in 2004, Zdrok spoke with Chaunce Hayden and ripped into Trump, detailing the four dates that they ended up going on.

Referring to Trump as "arrogant" and "really into himself," Zdrok described their dates as Trump mainly talking about himself.

As claimed by Zdrok, Trump would go on rants about himself, often telling her how much better looking he was in person than in pictures. "People don’t realize how handsome I am!" Trump allegedly said.

Upon hearing the news, Trump quickly called Hayden and ripped into Zdrok. The audio recording of their phone conversation has now been leaked with Trump going off on the model. "(Zdrok) looks like a fucking third-rate hooker. Gimme a break. I never took her out," Trump said, saying Zdrok was "full of sh*t."

"I never took her out, and based on that picture I would never take her out.

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She's not even attractive, she's not a good-looking girl," Trump continued. The billionare real estate mogul didn't hold back, ripping into Penthouse magazine, where she was "Pet of the Month" in 2002 in addition to previously working for Playboy. "Who the hell wants a Penthouse Pet?," Trump rhetorically asked, stating "Penthouse is gone, it's bankrupt! It's over!"

The Hit Piece

The new audio involving Zdrok follows a controversial report in The New York Times that was released earlier this week. In the article, Trump is accused of mistreating women, and almost collecting them like trophies.

Trump has since pushed back, describing the report as a "hit piece." Trump's claims were somewhat validated when one of the women interviewed by The New York Times, Rowanne Brewer Lane, said the paper took her words out of contest. "It was extremely disappointing to read. Point blank. I was really, really upset when I started to read it," Lane said in an interview with ABC News, saying The New York Times " absolutely put the spin on it." Despite the allegations, Trump is still considered the presumptive GOP nominee heading into the convention this July.

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