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A New York psychologist who claims to have "met Trump personally" in the early 90's at a fashion event, Suzanne Lachmann, says that Donald Trump interrupted her while she was trying to introduce herself - asking her why he would want to talk to her with all the hot models around, and that he "wouldn't let you suck my dick."  

Lachmann told The Post she spotted the famous developer standing alone at a Missoni fashion event — filled with models — on the heels of his 1992 divorce from first-wife Ivana.

She approached The Donald to introduce herself as “a neighbor,” and tell him she enjoyed his recent interview on the Howard Stern show.

“He interrupted me and said, ‘Why would I want to talk to you? Look at all the beautiful women in here. I wouldn’t let you s–k my d–k.’”

Stunned, she said, she walked away without a response. -NY Post

Earlier in the month, Lachmann - a New York Fire Department consultant whose Twitter account is littered with anti-Trump tweets and retweets, wrote "As a mental health expert - clinical psychologist - based in #nyc consultant for #FDNY who helps determine who must be taken off line due to mental duress, have met trump personally and had direct interaction w him I say w certainty that he is #UnfitForOffice #UnfitToBePresident"

In February, Lachmann ranted over Twitter about Trump supporters, saying they are "psychiatrically unstable, mentally impaired, cognitively limited, utterly misanthropic, white supremacists to the extreme," who “can’t distinguish what an abusive sick nut job he is.”

Lachmann, 50, described the encounter in the March 2017 edition of Psychology Today:

I was volunteering that evening and later approached him in order to introduce myself, and he said, “Why would I want to talk to you? I wouldn’t even let you suck my d*ck. Look at all the beautiful women here. Don’t waste my time.” -Psychology Today

The Post suggested that Lachmann's comments over Twitter may have violated the FDNY's social media policy which states: “Employees who identify themselves as FDNY employees, or hold positions with the FDNY that are known to the general public … should make a clear disclaimer that the statements and views expressed … do not reflect the views of the FDNY.” 

Lachmann, however, insisted the policy doesn't apply to her because "I'm a consultant, not an employee." 

FDNY spokesman Frank Gribbon, however, said "It’s inappropriate to cite her work with FDNY in social posts that express political views."

Sad!