Donald Trump and Babe Ruth. Photos via Wikimedia Commons (left) and artcreationforever.com
Donald Trump and Babe Ruth. Photos via Wikimedia Commons (left) and artcreationforever.com
The same day The New York Times depicted Donald Trump as “crossing the line” with women, the paper’s Maureen Dowd had a column in which he called Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas.”

Specifically, Dowd wrote: “When I asked if he had been chided by any Republicans for his Twitter feud with Elizabeth Warren, he replied, ‘You mean Pocahontas?’ So much for reining it in.”

But less noted in that piece was Trump comparing himself to baseball legend Babe Ruth.

“No one marvels more at his success than Trump,” she wrote. “’Don’t analyze it,’ he said. ‘Just do it. The other players would come up to Babe Ruth and say, ‘Babe, how do you hit the long ball?’ And he said, ‘I don’t know, man. I just hit it.’ There’s a little bit of truth in that.’”

Trump also marvels at his ability to come up with knock-em-down nicknames.

“Recalling trouncing Jeb Bush, he noted, ‘Low energy, that term just hit. That thing, that was a one-day kill. Words are beautiful.’”

Will Trump start saying: “I love women, and chicks love the long ball”?

Warren hit back at a commencement:

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