Donald Trump Jokes About Dating Little Girl in Resurfaced 1992 Footage — Watch

More video is coming to light. Donald Trump can be heard in a resurfaced 1992 interview aired by CBS News on Wednesday, October 12, joking about dating a little girl in a few years. 

In the Entertainment Tonight clip, which was shot for a Christmas feature filmed at Trump Tower in New York City, the controversial Republican presidential nominee — who would have been 46 years old at the time — can be heard asking a little girl in a pink parka: “Going up the escalator?”

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Donald Trump responds to a question during the town hall debate at Washington University on Oct. 9, 2016, in St Louis. Scott Olson/Getty Images

The girl’s face can’t be seen but you can hear her answer “yeah” before she’s shown ascending up the escalator.

Trump then tells the camera: “I am going to be dating her in 10 years. Can you believe it?”

Us Weekly has reached out to Trump for comment regarding the Entertainment Tonight footage.

The resurfaced footage comes after The Washington Post published Access Hollywood footage from 2005 in which Trump brags to then host Billy Bush about kissing women and grabbing their genitals. 

In the audio — which Trump has since repeatedly defended as “locker room banter” — the former Apprentice host can be heard telling Bush that he tried to “f–k” a married woman and that “when you’re a star … you can do anything … grab them by the p—y.”

During the second presidential debate on Sunday, October 9, the business mogul turned politician denied that he had ever sexually assaulted women when asked by moderator Anderson Cooper about his comments in the Access Hollywood video. (Bush, 44, has since been suspended from the Today show and, according to sources, his exit is “imminent.”)

Trump has repeatedly faced criticism for making numerous derogatory remarks about women. Including former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, whom he called “Miss Piggy” after she gained some weight after her 1996 win.

And on Wednesday, two women accused him in a New York Times report of inappropriately touching them years ago. Jason Miller, Trump’s senior communications advisor, denied the accusations, telling Us in a statement that the account published by The New York Times is “fiction.”

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