Charles Barkley Defends Donald Trump’s ‘Locker Room’ Comments [VIDEO]

David Hookstead | Reporter

NBA legend Charles Barkley is defending Donald Trump referring to his lewd comments as “locker room” talk.

“In the locker room I’ve heard things and I have said things myself that I would not want to be repeated publicly. For people to act like they haven’t heard stuff in the locker room I think is disingenuous. I have heard things in the locker room I would not want to be said publicly and I have said things in the locker room I would not want to be heard publicly,” the former Phoenix Suns star told CNN.

Barkley also said that he might not vote but if he does it’ll be for Clinton, despite the fact that he isn’t a big fan.


Trump has been thoroughly criticized for comments about women he made in 2005 to Billy Bush, and Barkley is one of the few people defending him. If there is anybody that could be an expert on the attitudes in locker rooms it’s certainly Charles Barkley.

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