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John: The Latest To Come Forward: "Female reporter: Trump called me the C-word" A former Philadelphia Inquirer reporter alleged Saturday that Donald Trump called her the c-word back in the 1980s. Jennifer Lin, who was based in New York, wrote a story about Trump's business dealings in Atlantic City in 1988 when she received a phone call from Trump, she told CNN's Michael Smerconish Saturday. "The woman said hold for Mr. Trump. And then Mr. Trump began to yell at me. He told me I had s--- for brains. He told me I worked for a s----- newspaper and said what sort of s--- was I writing. I was stunned. He hung up." Then, Lin claims, Trump called her boss in Philadelphia, where the insults continued. "He referred to me as the c-word," she said. Lin said she decided to share her story after watching Monday's presidential debate, when Hillary Clinton berated Trump for calling women "pigs" and belittling a Miss Universe winner for gaining weight. Smerconish said that Lin's former editor at the Philadelphia Inquirer, Craig Stock, had confirmed the story to a member of his show team. "He remembers it exactly the way that you told it," Smerconish said to Lin. Trump campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks, however, told CNN Saturday "there is absolutely no truth whatsoever" to Lin's charges. The man is truly a misogynist P-I-G.