Donald Trump had no objection to Howard Stern describing daughter Ivanka as a 'piece of a--' in a September 2004 interview unearthed by CNN.
The CNN report, published Saturday, came as Trump's campaign reels from the Friday release of a 2005 recording in which the real estate mogul graphically discusses groping women.
The exchange about Ivanka Trump was one of many frank discussions about sex CNN found Trump had with Stern, the well-known shock jock, over the course of 17 years.
In the September 2004 chat, Trump mentions daughter Ivanka, prompting Stern to interject "by the way, your daughter."
"She's beautiful," Trump says.
"Can I say this? A piece of a--," Stern responds.
"Yeah," Trump says.
"Boy, I would back up the Brinks truck," Stern adds. Trump goes on to note that his daughter was "a very successful model," who later attended the Wharton School and was preparing to join her father's business.
In another interview CNN found from 2006, Trump is asked by Stern if his daughter had gotten breast implants, to which he replies she hadn't.
"She's actually always been very voluptuous...She’s tall, she’s almost 6 feet tall and she’s been, she’s an amazing beauty." Trump says.
During other chats with the shock jock CNN reviewed, Trump gets much more descriptive in characterizing his own sexual exploits.
In 2006, the then-60-year-old Trump, who'd married wife Melania the year before, says if were single, he'd "have no problem" having sexual relationships with 24-year-old women.
Stern asked Trump whether he could “now be banging 24-year-olds?”
“Oh absolutely,” Trump said. “I’d have no problem.”
Trump noted that he generally didn't have age requirements when it came to sexual partners. He added, though, that he did have some age limits because he didn't "want to be like Congressman Foley with, like, 12-year-olds," in reference to Mark Foley, the Florida House member who'd resigned that year over a congressional page scandal.
During a 2005 appearance, Trump is asked about the Miss Universe pageant. He was asked whether he had ever had sex with a contestant, Trump at first said he would “never comment on things like that.” Later, when Stern asked whether he would turn down a Miss Universe candidate asking to have sex with him, Trump said, “I don’t want to hurt their feelings.”
Trump later went on to admit that “it could be a conflict of interest,” but that “what you could say is that, as the owner of the pageant, it’s your obligation to do that.”
Trump added that sometimes, because he was the owner, he would go backstage while contestants were naked or getting dressed.
“I’ll tell you the funniest is that I’ll go backstage before a show and everyone’s getting dressed,” Trump said. “No men are anywhere, and I’m allowed to go in, because I’m the owner of the pageant and therefore I’m inspecting it…. ‘Is everyone OK’? You know, they’re standing there with no clothes. ‘Is everybody OK?’ And you see these incredible looking women, and so I sort of get away with things like that.”
That clip was played on NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday. Asked to respond, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, one of Trump's top surrogates, said that when he would appear on Stern's show, "I made sure that we didn't fool around."
"On that show, a lot of things are said that aren't true," Giuliani said. "You just say them because they're funny."
In other interviews with Stern that CNN examined, Trump discusses the "perfect age" for women and other lurid details of his personal sexual history.
As for what Trump views is the ideal age for females, he says in 2002 that 30 is "a perfect age."
"What is at 35, Howard? It's called check-out time," Trump adds.
Other discussions on the Stern show involved Trump confirming that he’d had threesomes and that he was open to having sex with women while they were menstruating. When he was asked if he’d had sex with a black woman, he responded: “Well, it depends on what your definition of black is.”
Trump, for his part, has said that there is no chance he’ll quit the race, emphatically declaring so on Twitter Saturday afternoon:
The media and establishment want me out of the race so badly - I WILL NEVER DROP OUT OF THE RACE, WILL NEVER LET MY SUPPORTERS DOWN! #MAGA— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 8, 2016
-- Contributing: CBS News