"Grab them by the casket."
Mere weeks after Diana's tragic death, NBC's Stone Phillips asked Trump if he could have dated her, to which he replied, "I think so, yeah. I always have a shot." Yeah, in case you didn't know, it's the job of the fourth estate to figure out which celebrities had the best chance of f*****g recently deceased dignitaries.
Not letting the matter drop, months later, Trump said, "I only have one regret in the women department -- that I never had the opportunity to court Lady Diana Spencer." Which may be evidence that Trump purchases his women from some sort of department. And when asked by Howard Stern the same year Diana died if he "could've nailed her," Trump responded: "What an appalling question! I won't dignify such thoughtless vulgarity with an answer."
Kidding. He said: "I think I could have."
This should be fun.
This wasn't Trump's only celebrity crush, either. According to Salma Hayek, he asked her out, and when she refused, an unflattering article showed up in the tabloids, which she suspects may have planted by Trump to use as leverage to get that date. Which is so messed up that it wouldn't surprise us if this incident isn't where the whole "wall" idea stemmed from.