Billionaire Donald Trump reacted to Sacha Baron Cohen's ash-spilling stunt with Ryan Seacrest at Sunday's Oscar red carpet. With a frown on his face, Trump delivered his rant from behind his desk and explained why he thought it wasn't funny to dump Kim Jong Il's pretend ashes on the E! correspondent.
Trump pointed out that the security guard standing near Seacrest didn't do his job and that he believes Baron Cohen, who showed up to the event as "The Dictator" from his upcoming movie, should've been punched in the face.
"Extra" friend and billionaire Donald Trump talked about the shocking death of Whitney Houston, telling AJ Calloway, "I knew Whitney very well. I went to their wedding. She was a great woman."
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Real estate mogul Donald Trump launched a brand new verbal assault against two O'Donnells - MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell and Rosie O'Donnell - for their blasts over his plans to hold his own Republican debate.
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Rosie responded via Twitter, writing, "Only in ur dreams Donny" to which Trump tweeted back, "#badratings @Rosie you will never make it. You are not funny or talented."
Billionaire Donald Trump, who was set to moderate a GOP presidential debate on Dec. 27, 2011, has canceled because only two of the candidates, Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum, agreed to show up.
Trump made this video of himself explaining why he decided to ax the event, and released this statement: "It is very important to me that the right Republican candidate be chosen to defeat the failed and very destructive Obama Administration, but if that Republican, in my opinion, is not the right candidate, I am not willing to give up my right to run as an Independent candidate. Therefore, so that there is no conflict of interest within the Republican Party, I have decided not to be the moderator of the Newsmax debate."
GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich met with Republican pundit Donald Trump Monday in NYC in hopes of receiving Trump's endorsement.
Trump said he would endorse a candidate for president sometime after he moderates the December 27 debate, hosted by Newsmax. When asked about a Trump endorsement, Gingrich replied to reporters, "Of course I want his endorsement."
Trump said he would not run for president unless "the wrong person gets in," but Trump didn't believe a wrong person will be chosen. Trump criticized candidate Ron Paul for not participating in his debate. Candidate Jon Huntsman also turned down the invitation. "With all due respect, this is from me, not him," Trump said, gesturing toward Gingrich. "Ron Paul has zero chance of getting the nomination," Trump said.