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At times you can legitimately answer a question with a question: How many votes would Donald Trump get if he ran for president in 2016? Answer: How many relatives does he have? Yes, Donald Trump is at it again, blowing his
ET National Geographic's 'Taboo' chronicles a man who lives as a big baby -- and no, it's not Donald Trump by Aly Semigran Baby talk ranks, for me, on the general awfulness scale somewhere between people chewing loudly and the apocalypse.
Donald W.R. Allen, II – Editor in Chief of the Independent Business News Network asks his business role model to re-focus
As the cast from season 11's Celebrity Apprentice dwindles down, the former Playmate, 26, keeps chugging along. As project manager for the task to come up with a marketing plan for Omaha Steaks, Dworaczyk (pronounced dor-ah-sik), won the challenge...
Celebs Who Endorse Donald Trump For President And The Ones Who Don't If Donald Trump seriously runs for president (which I don't think will happen, but still) and gets so much as one single vote in the primaries, I am moving to Canada...The man who
Donald Trump for President? Please give me a break already! Trump went broke and declared bankruptcy 3 times. In 1988 for example Donald Trump was "unable" to meet a loan payment. The reason he said was "complicated". Ya
"This country is headed for disaster," says Donald Trump. Word on the street is Trump may seriously be considering running as a Republican candidate for president in 2012. Recently, he stirred up just a little itsy bitsy amount of
Donald Trump was outlining the many ways he thinks America would be better if he was President, when he was interrupted by someone in the crowd. "You're hired!" the mystery audience member shouted, excitedly making a play on Trump's famous reality
The Republicans' Trump card Actually, it's not the punchline to a joke: there are real reasons why the GOP might nominate Donald Trump in 2012 Donald Trump for president?...The man who said Rosie O'Donnell opposed the Miss America pageant , which
Donald Trump is sounding more like a candidate for the Oval Office as time passes and the fight for the 2012 White House heats up among republicans. In an interview with CNN's Piers Morgan,