Sports Illustrated, the popular sports magazine, is out with an exclusive story about the former Republican congressman and GOP presidential nominee, Donald Trump.
The piece covers the 2016 campaign and the fallout from a scandal involving his daughter Ivanka Trump.
“In Trump’s life, he has always found his way to a place of calm, quiet and calm,” Sports Illustrated’s Michael Wolff wrote.
“He is a man who doesn’t get into fights and who has never been in trouble with the law.”
“But the night he had an argument with a young intern in a Manhattan restaurant, the moment the tables were turned and he was in a frenzy, the world changed,” Wolff said.
“His temper rose, and his eyes were darting to the ground and his mouth moved in a wild, uncontrolled gesture.
His lips moved in another wild, uncontrollable gesture.
He grabbed the intern by the hair and pulled her into his arms.
His eyes were rolling back into his head and he seemed to be having a psychotic breakdown.”
He told the woman he loved that she would be “the greatest motherfucker” in the world, and later told the press he had a vision of her and his family being shot.
Wolff also reported that Trump’s daughter Ivanka is “not afraid to be herself, despite the backlash that her father has gotten over the past few months.”
The magazine’s report comes as the Trump campaign is struggling to contain allegations of sexual misconduct by a number of women.
Trump has been accused of groping a former Apprentice contestant and forcibly kissing two women, including a woman who said he forcibly kissed her during a 2005 photo shoot.
Trump denied the allegations, which included one woman who was raped while working on his reality show.