"A guest who comes on and says anything that is in his mind is a great guest and he would get on and no matter what I asked him, he would answer in a very sincere and thought out way," Stern said of Trump. "I'd always call him Mr. Trump, he liked that."
"I'd say, Mr. Trump, who are the great beauties?" he continued. "If I ask you some names, can you tell me who the great beautifies are?" Donald's response: "First of all, the great beauties aren't actresses. It's models and a lot of these girls who work in the ... anyone who works in the entertainment industry, I've only seen sixes and sevens."
"So, you know, I'd say, Donald, I think Angelina Jolie is a great beauty," Stern countered, before Trump rated the "Tomb Raider" star a 'seven.' It got worse from there, as Stern said, "He goes, 'You know who is a great beauty? My daughter Ivanka. She's a 10."
Howard acknowledged that those old interviews -- about 15 hours in total -- are all over the internet now, with the press "still using them on a constant basis."
They most recently went viral again in September 2017, with outlets like the Washington Post pointing out how he said Kim Kardashian's "got a huge trunk," that Halle Berry always has "drama" like "automobile accidents" and "fistfights" around her and that Jessica Chastain is "not hot." Thankfully, he didn't forget his wife, also calling Melania "one of the great beauties of the world."