Donald Trump

Posted by tamara 
Donald Trump
January 04, 2007 04:16AM
In regards to the battle between the two right now....I think I'm on Donald Trump's side smiling smiley Thoughts???



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Re: Donald Trump
January 04, 2007 12:31PM
The Donalds verbal assault, see vid below, mud slinging at this level is so infantile it amazes me. She's a comedian we expect her to act in a certain manner.

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Re: Donald Trump
January 04, 2007 02:23PM
One of my favorite poems.

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Re: Donald Trump
January 05, 2007 10:01PM
I choose neither side in this battle. Send them both up in the same spaceship (without a video feed back to earth) with no ability to return, they can figure it out, and we don't have to, even incidentally, be bothered by either again.



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Oracle?
Re: Donald Trump
January 06, 2007 01:58AM
I totally agree with KM. Rosie is a Comedian. There's a double standard here. Trump is mocked every night by Leno, Letterman, and the rest. He doesn't verbally attack them, does he? I thought Rosie's crack about Trump serving as a moral role model was pretty funny. Trump reacted like a second grader, calling her ugly, etc., and bragging that he was going to send some to "lure her girlfriend away from her." How moronic.



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Re: Donald Trump
January 06, 2007 04:32AM
I agree with KM & Oracle. At our house we could not believe someone who has the reputation of saying "you're fired!", did not act as expected which is most likely why his stock has gone down. He has showed how sexist he is for sure, and childish. His stock has gone down further because others feel the way the 3 of us do. KM your favorite poem is perfect!

If the head of my NY world headquarters acted the way Trump has, guess what the board would be saying - You're Fired!!! Very unprofessional.



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Re: Donald Trump vs. Rosie
January 06, 2007 05:05AM
I do agree that Trump's remarks were childish and uncalled for, however Rosie is getting a bad reputation for "stirring the pot" so to speak, as she did start the whole thing, just like the whole Clay Aiken/Kelly Rippa incident. I agree with the spaceship thing - send 'em up there so that we don't have to hear about it!
Oracle?
Re: Donald Trump vs. Rosie
January 07, 2007 02:53AM
Tamara, I didn't like Rosie's getting all riled up over the Clay Aiken-Kelly Rippa incident either. I've never even seen the show -- I only saw the replay on the local news -- but Kelly Rippa was right in not wanting him to touch her face after he'd shook hands with the whole audience. And for Rosie to out him was wrong, that's his decision.

I think she is paid to "stir things up," that's why people watch.

I always wanted to give Trump the benefit of the doubt because he solely was responsible for getting Central Park's Wollman Rink up and running after the city failed for so long. But one good civic deed doesn't cancel out the fact that his monster ego is so hideous.
Re: Donald Trump vs. Rosie
January 07, 2007 03:29AM
Trump is sexist. If it had been a man who had made Rosie's comments, I highly doubt Trump would have gone after him as vigorously as he has with Rosie.

Maybe he is mad because Rosie's comments hit a bit too close to home. How ironic is it that a man who had an affair while married is the arbitrator of Miss USA's actions?

Does he not realize that his 2nd or 3rd wives would not have had anything to do with him had he not had $$ in the bank? In some ways, he is no better than a "john" paying for their services.

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Re: Donald Trump vs. Rosie
January 11, 2007 02:28PM
Karma...What you sow is what you reap....winking smiley
Re: Donald Trump vs. Rosie
November 21, 2008 02:10PM
Now Barbrasmiling smiley
......."You said nothing and thats a coward" Aloha.


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Re: Donald Trump
January 25, 2011 10:21PM
Oy vey!!

In March 2009, Trump purchased Ideal Health, rebranding it the Trump Network. Though the packaging has now been imprinted with the Trump family crest, the product line is still much the same. There are the two multivitamins: Prime Essentials and the more expensive Custom Essentials, the ingredients of which are determined by the Trump Network–branded PrivaTest, a urine test that claims to determine which vitamins the user needs. There’s also a line of healthy snacks for kids called Snazzle Snaxxs, QuikStik energy drinks, and a Silhouette Solutions diet program. With the Trump investment, the company has added a skin-care line that goes by the seductively foreign name BioCé Cosmeceuticals.



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