Senator Josh Hawley Takes On Andrew Tate In Upcoming 'Manhood' Book

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Criticizing Andrew Tate for “fake bravado” and “endless boasting”, Hawley adds: “Every man who has been in a locker room recognises the type … those aren’t the words of a man; those are the words of a child pretending to be a man.”

The senator’s evocation of “a locker room” could be an allusion to Donald Trump, who as Republican candidate for president in 2016 memorably dismissed as “locker room talk” the Access Hollywood tape, hot-mic audio in which he described kissing and grabbing women – even by the genitals – without their consent.

But it isn’t. Hawley does not mention Trump even once in his new book, Manhood: The Masculine Virtues America Needs.

The book will be published in the US next week.

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Josh Hawley book ridicules TikTok misogynist Andrew Tate - but is silent on Trump

In his new book, the Missouri Republican senator Josh Hawley derides Andrew Tate, a social media influencer and self-proclaimed " king of toxic masculinity ", for "sleeping with as many women as possible, berating them, abusing them and celebrating it all as manly, as 'freedom'".