Donald Trump reportedly appeared in a 'Playboy' softcore porn video in 2000

Source: AP
Source: AP

BuzzFeed reported Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump had a role in a Playboy softcore porn video in 2000. 

According to BuzzFeed, Trump's role is "relatively benign" and limited to breaking a bottle of Champagne and pouring it over the Playboy logo printed on a limo:

Trump's role in the porn is relatively benign and centers around breaking a bottle of Champagne on a Playboy-branded limo while several of the playmates are visiting New York City. BuzzFeed News obtained the footage from the online-only Buffalo, New York-based adult video store Cinema Cornucopia.

Other scenes from the film feature fully nude women posing in sexual positions, dancing naked, touching themselves while naked, touching each other sensually, rubbing honey on themselves, taking a bath and dressing in costumes.

"Beauty is beauty, and let's see what happens with New York," Trump says in the video.

You can see footage of Trump's appearance in the video at BuzzFeed.

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