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“In terms of being able to laugh at himself.”In 2012, she had a client who wanted to compete in the Miss Canada pageant, owned by Trump, but who was kicked out after it was revealed she was a transgender woman.“I essentially said to Mr.
Trump, ' We don’t care what your anatomy looked like when you were born, and you shouldn’t care what her anatomy looked like when she were born, either,'” Allred recalled. Trump said something to the effect of, ‘Oh, Gloria would love to see what’s under my pants’ [on TMZ]. Trump, I don’t have a magnifying glass strong enough to see something that small.’”She ran into Trump again about a year later when she appeared on Fox News the same day he was on another program.
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When I asked why she doesn’t take a break, she responded crisply: “Why should I?
There’s no break from injustice.” She has a repertoire of such pithy rejoinders—Allred has told me more than once she lives “wherever there is a wrong to right.”For a time, Bloom lived next door to Allred while she was raising her two, now-grown children, who had a weekly date with their grandmother.
Bloom has already been to five countries this year; Allred not only does not travel, she doesn’t take days off.“The worst thing would be to take a vacation,” Allred said.In short, Allred and Bloom are well-suited to use Trump's own tactics against him.They just have thicker skin on Twitter, or wherever trolls might lurk.Sitting down next to one another, mother and daughter looked uncannily alike.“It’s a complete coincidence,” Allred said of her only child, deadpan.
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This July 4th was one of the few times during the summer of 2017 that Gloria Allred and Lisa Bloom, attorneys as well as mother and daughter, have had a free morning at the same time. t-shirt (for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, of course), waited outside in her Tesla, summing up her weekend's work this way: “Women who were sexually harassed became millionaires.”Bloom was talking about a confidential case—the majority of hers are—but she’s been making headlines for representing women in high-profile lawsuits all year, from Bill O’Reilly’s sexual harassment accusers to, just this month, Blac Chyna in her suit against Rob Kardashian, who posted graphic comments and photos of her on social media.