While presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump is mapping out attacks on Democrat’s Hillary Clinton’s character on presidential debates this fall, interviews with more than 50 women in his life allowed a peek into his personal life. The billionaire has been ardently trying to convince voters that he is not what he is being portrayed as in his personal life and that he has tremendous respect for women.

Trump’s references on Clinton underlined a specific trait in him that spoke of his point view on women. The spate of Twitter posts or the comments on social media or during interviews in the form of casual insults are the public treatment of women by the presumptive Republican nominee.

The New York Times interviewed 50 women who have observed the real estate magnet from a closer proximity and are well acquainted with the ways and behaviours that define the real Trump.

Rosanne Brewer Lane, Trump’s former companion, said she was a 26-year-old model when she first met him at a pool party at Mar-a-Lago. There were 50 women and 30 men at the party, but Trump somehow took more interest in her, Brewer Lane recounted. He gave her a tour of his mansion and then asked her to get into a swimsuit which was a bikini. At that time, the billionaire was 44 years old and was in the midst of his first divorce.

Brewer Lane said that Donald Trump wanted to flaunt her off to the crowd at the pool party outside. “He brought me out to the pool and said, ‘That is a stunning Trump girl, isn’t it?’” she said. However, Trump has disputed the claim that he asked Brewer Lane to put on a swimsuit.

“A lot of things get made up over the years,” he said. “I have always treated women with great respect and women will tell you that.”

However, he is adopting the policy of character attacks at Clinton in the upcoming presidential debates. He will be holding her responsible for her husband and former president Bill Clinton’s affairs. He will also blame her for the security lapses at the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya as well as for Ambassador J. Christopher Steven’s subsequent death, The New York Times reported.

According to reports by Vox, Donald Trump responded to the piece by the New York Times, calling it a “lame hit” from a “dishonest” and “failing”” publication on Twitter.