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Real estate mogul and "Celebrity Apprentice" star Donald Trump has threatened to file a $25 million lawsuit against the organizer of a petition calling on Macy's to sever ties with him, adding that the man is "stupid" and a "dummy."
The retail giant carries Trump's clothing, tie and cologne collections. In November, Angelo Carusone launched the "Urge Macy's To Dump Donald Trump" petition, which as of Wednesday, February 20, as 685,570 signatures.
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Although there were many celebrities celebrating President Barack Obama's re-election on Tuesday, November 6, there were a few who voiced their disappointment that his opponent, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, lost his bid to be Commander-In-Chief.
However, celebrities like Donald Trump, former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Victoria Jackson and rocker Ted Nugent went a step further and ranted against the President's win with Trump even calling for a revolution.
Mark Cuban has challenged fellow businessman Donald Trump.
The "Shark Tank" judge responded to Trump's Barack Obama "surprise," by offering him $1 million for the charity of his choice if he shaves his head. The challenge was in response to Trump's "big announcement" where he promised to donate $5 million to a charity of President Barack Obama's choice, if he released his college transcripts and passport records.
The cast of the first "All-Star" season of Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice" has been revealed.
The NBC reality show, which sees stars participating in business-related tasks in a big not to get "fired" and to raise money for charity, returns in 2013. Check out a list of the former winners and cast members set to appear in the new season.
Check out photos of the cast members of NBC's "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice."
The new season sees former winners and contestants will battle it out in and out of Donald Trump's boardroom, working to secure funds for their charities by creating business plans, and try not to get themselves "fired." "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" premiered in 2013. Who made the cut?
Arsenio Hall captured the title of "The Celebrity Apprentice" on the finale of Donald Trump's business-themed reality show on Sunday, beating runner-up Clay Aiken, who suffered his second major reality show upset since he lost the title of "American Idol" in 2003.
Previous "fired" contestants, such as Lisa Lampanelli, Dee Snider and Aubrey O'Day, were brought back to the live "Celebrity Apprentice" finale to reminisce about the past fifth season. Aiken, who lost to Ruben Studdard during season 2 of "American Idol," had said he "didn't want to come in second on another TV show."
"The Celebrity Apprentice" has kept the drama alive, thanks in part to the battle between Arsenio Hall and his teammate, Aubrey O'Day.
In the episode which aired on April 29, the 28-year-old former Danity Kane singer insinuated that Hall, 56, was a cross-dresser and he called her a "stank ass" whore. But O'Day defended herself in an interview with Celebuzz, claiming she lost her virginity relatively late in life.
"Queen of Mean" comedienne Lisa Lampanelli turned Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice" boardroom into a comedy roast of Miss Universe 2008 Dayana Mendoza as the two finalists spelled out precisely what they thought of one another on the lastest episode, which aired on Sunday, April 29.
Check out the top 11 meanest quotes from Lampanelli to Mendoza below.
The cast of the fifth season of the "Celebrity Apprentice" has been announced and includes the likes of Arsenio Hall and "American Idol" finalist Clay Aiken.
The show, which features real estate mogul Donald Trump working with his daughter Ivanka and son Donald Jr., showcases 18 "business savvy" celebrity contestants who compete to raise money for their charity of choice. The last celebrity standing is "hired," and receives the honor of delivering a $250,000 bonus check to their designated charity.
Zach Galifianakis of the comedy film "The Hangover" says it was "beautiful" that Donald Trump was mocked at the recent White House Correspondents' Dinner, adding that the "Celebrity Apprentice" host is a "bully" and "so grotesque."
Trump, a 64-year-old real estate mogul, made headlines on Monday when he announced he would not run for president in the 2012 election, as many expected.