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Salma Hayek reveals she was asked out by Donald Trump

Salma Hayek opened up about the US President asking her out

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Salma Hayek has revealed that she was asked out by Donald Trump – while she was in a relationship! Chatting on The Daily Show to its host, Trevor Noah, the 50-year-old said: "I was at an event with my boyfriend and then [Trump] put his jacket on [me]. He was so charming, so nice, super nice. He said, 'Hello,' he presented himself, super nice. 'I'm sorry your girlfriend – I saw she was cold', he kept talking to my boyfriend, and then he befriended my boyfriend and invited him to dinner and the whole time he's talking to my boyfriend and then he was like, 'If you guys are in New York, you can come to Atlantic City, you can stay in my hotel. Give me your numbers.' Never talked to my boyfriend again."

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Salma opened up about Donald asking her out 

She continued: "Now, he's calling, he's inviting me out, just me." She revealed that she told Donald she was in a relationship and the President responded: "He's not good enough for you. Not important, he's not important, he's not big enough for you. You have to go out with me." The star also opened up about Donald while on The Graham Norton Show, admitting that she thought he was "strange" when she met him. She said: "One thing you got to give it to him – he is what he is. This is what you get, unfortunately."  

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Donald had met Salma and her boyfriend at an event

The Frida actress has previously opened up about her feelings towards the US president. She told the Los Angeles Times: "I'm not insulted because I cannot be insulted by stupidity. Everybody's entitled to have uninformed opinions. Everybody's entitled to be dumb. But I'm not dumb, so I see through the manipulation. We have something to learn from this."