Two Playboy videos featuring Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump have been uncovered less than a week after his appearance in a softcore porn became public. Both videos feature Trump with models or celebrities who are fully clothed.
CNN uncovered the 1994 Playboy Centerfold and a 2001 Playboy videos in which Trump makes brief appearances. In the first video, Trump participates in Playboy magazine's search for its 40th anniversary playmate.
The 1994 video shows Trump photographing fully clothed models with a Polaroid camera. He later interviews a potential model on why she would be the right choice for the anniversary cover.
"I believe that it's not just beauty, I think it's an attitude," the model says. "I think it has a lot to do with personality and an attitude. I think Playboy really represents that, and I belive that I have that, and I have what it takes to represent them."
Trump responds: "Well I think you have what it takes too. And I think everyone in this room thinks you have what it takes also."
According to CNN, while the scenes featuring Trump do not contain nudity, other scenes in the film feature fully nude women rubbing themselves seductively in different scenarios. Jeff Cohen, a senior photo editor for Playboy who was at the event with Trump, said the magazine wanted to use the publicity the real estate mogul created for its search for the 40th anniversary playmate.
Cohen, who told CNN he is voting for Trump's rival Hillary Clinton, noted that Trump was professional and businesslike when he interacted with everyone at the shoot.
In the second video, Trump briefly appears in a fashion show Playboy put on with designer Betsey Johnson. Trump is seen backstage with two Playmates and his then-girlfriend, now-wife Melania Knauss. Like the first video, other scenes not including Trump feature fully nude women.
The latest videos emerge a week after Trump launched a late-night Twitter tirade against former Miss Universe Alicia Machado. In the 3am ramblings, Trump called on his supporters to look for Machado's alleged "sex tape". His comments against Machado and other women have been used by the Clinton campaign to question his treatment of women.