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Donald Trump Talks Running for President on 'Celebrity Apprentice' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Apr 25th 2011 1:20AM
Donald Trump, 'Celebrity Apprentice'While it probably wasn't the most impartial of groups, Donald Trump nevertheless decided to talk about his possible Presidential nod with the remaining contestants on 'Celebrity Apprentice' (Sun., 9PM ET on NBC). He asked the contestants if they would vote for him, and Meat Loaf took it one step further.

"I would vote for you," he said. "In fact, I'll help you with your campaign."

Trump even asked them point-blank which of them would not vote for him.

"A hot hint," Ivanka Trump said. "Don't raise your hand."


Back to the actual game, which was probably a welcome relief to the uncomfortable contestants, this week's challenge proved to be too much for either team. Trump declared that neither had won the challenge, though A.S.A.P. still managed to lose. Now by our calculations, that makes Backbone the winner, but we suppose he was saying it was a win by default.

The Project Manager for A.S.A.P. was Star Jones, but she made it through the elimination mostly unscathed. Instead, Trump turned his attention to the team member who was considered the weakest link by the rest of the women: LaToya Jackson.

Do you think the right person went home?

Watch the full episode here:

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star should have been fired why are they always picking on latoya nene is just a bully and since when is a reality star a celebrity

April 25 2011 at 6:02 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

I agree Trump is a joke, and so everyone I have spoken to would not vote for him. Having said that, I don't believe he is running. It's like a replay of his actions from 2000. It's all about ratings and making money for his show. He needs to move on.

April 25 2011 at 12:32 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

This billionaire could run this country like he built his own empire

April 25 2011 at 10:44 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply


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General Kenobi

I'm not endorsing Trump, but the fact is, he's never gone bankrupt. There are some corporations that he has had and run that have been forced into bankruptcy restructuring, but that's a legal process for a corporate entity, not personal bankruptcy... as with all smart businessmen, they don't ever risk themselves, but rather have a framework around them to protect themselves. Obviously he wasn't going to harm himself with certain ventures that were more dangerous financially than others... that said, and birther stuff aside, I don't see what he's saying that's wrong. The United States is shipping jobs and money to China that is serving to finance their takeover of the world. Their presence in South America, or even in the US, is able to go forward because they have the money to do so... where'd they get that money? Our open market... He's not wrong about that, which is the most pressing danger to the US continuing in the position it currently has in the global market. So, make fun of him, dismiss him, etc... When he's the only Republican out there who forms a populist message, don't be surprised when the results aren't what you expect.

April 25 2011 at 9:12 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

A 14 TRILLION DOLLAR DEBT America is in, Im pretty sure we are already bankrupped.

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