Bill Gates Just (Politely) Called Trump a Lecherous Fool

Ebony Scott
May 18, 2018

In a video of a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation event this week obtained by US broadcaster MSNBC, the Microsoft founder spoke to an audience about his odd conversations and encounters with the US President.

The video depicts Gates saying he had "avoided" Trump before he was elected President, but then went to see him in Trump Tower before the inauguration to discuss science and innovation.

Gates said he wasn't sure if Trump was serious or if he was just "being friendly", but he turned down the offer. "And then like 20 minutes later he flew in on a helicopter to the same place". Anyway, so when I first talked to him, it was actually kind of scary how how much he knew about my daughter.

Gates also revealed a how he and wife Melinda were creeped out by Trump seeming to be a little too attentive to their 22-year-old daughter Jennifer's looks. Gates reacted much like a parent to a misbehaving toddler, telling him "Don't do that".

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As the audience laughs, Mr Gates, with his arms crossed, smiled and continued: 'So I was able to explain that those were rarely confused with each other'.

"Clearly he had been driven away but wanted to make a grand entrance in a helicopter". Those plans that have since stalled-also thanks to Gates, who said he told Trump "No, that's a dead end, don't do that". Gates, ever the optimist, suggested that Trump focus on something big, like accelerating the search for an HIV vaccine.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection - affecting 79 million Americans, most in their late teens and early 20s -and can cause health problems including cancers.

Billionaire Bill Gates has told of how he had to school President Donald Trump on the facts of life, explaining that human immuno-deficiency virus and human papilloma virus are not the same thing.

"In both of those two meetings, he asked me if vaccines weren't a bad thing because he was considering a commission to look into ill-effects of vaccines and somebody - I think it was Robert Kennedy Jr - was advising him that vaccines were causing bad things. 'Gates says, Gates knows that you're not doing things right, '" he joked.

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