Donald Trump agreed to let radio personality Howard Stern refer to his daughter Ivanka as a "piece of a--" and made other lewd remarks about women in recordings uncovered by CNN's KFile from the GOP presidential nominee's various appearances on "The Howard Stern Show" in the 1990s and 2000s.
CNN published 18 clips today from Trump’s appearances on the radio show. The exchange about Ivanka’s attractiveness came during an appearance in 2004 in which Trump was asked by Stern, “Your daughter ... can I say this? A piece of a--?”
“Yeah,” Trump responded, later adding that Stern would be “the last person I would introduce her [to].”
In another recording from 2006, Trump noted that Ivanka's "always been voluptuous" after Stern asked whether she got breast implants. "She's tall, she's almost 6 feet tall, and she's been, she's an amazing beauty," said Trump.
The "Howard Stern Show" recordings were surfaced amid fallout over lewd remarks Trump made in a separate 2005 recording that was published Friday by The Washington Post, in which Trump is heard talking about how he tried to have an affair with a married woman and describing how he makes moves on women.
Ivanka was not the only female to be the subject of discussion in Trump’s appearances on "The Howard Stern Show."
In one clip from 2002, Trump discusses feeling embarrassed being seen on dates with younger women, saying, “Over the past couple of years, I’d go out with somebody and she’s like 21, and she’s talking about you know, ‘What are you doing?’ and she’s studying algebra.”
He used the anecdote to explain why he believed 30 was “the perfect age” to date, going on to describe age 35 as “check-out time.”
In another appearance in 2006, Trump was asked if he “could now be banging 24-year-olds?” to which he replied, “Oh, absolutely. I’d have no trouble.”
Stern asked, “Would you do it?”
“I’d have no problem,” Trump answered.
In the same interview, Trump said, “If I weren’t married, I’d be able to get all of the girls I want.”
Trump has not commented on the recordings uncovered by CNN.
ABC News’ Candace Smith contributed to this report.