This is inneresting!
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Ohhhhh, Donald Trump!
You've really gone and done it since announcing your presidential candidacy, haven't you?
You've said awful things about Mexican people (and that, in turn, created a little vendetta from a Mexican drug lord!), you said some terrible things about a female lawyer that you won't back down from, you made a wild speech for president, and you lost your pageant after making racist remarks.
You referred to Senator John McCain a dummy instead of a war hero, and then you gave out Senator Lindsey Graham's personal cell phone number. Oh, and that's maybe half of the questionable things in the past two months!
But let's talk about that last one — Senator Graham's cell phone number. Because it seems that somebody may have gotten your personal cell phone number, Mr. Trump! Wouldn't it be awful if thousands of people started calling you like you had them do to Graham?
Well, thanks to Gawker, it's possible!
For those who'd like Trump's cell phone number to speak with him about any number of pressing political issues, have at it (below):
Celebs and politics — always fun!
So it went for reality TV star Jack Osbourne on Friday night, when he appeared on Meghan McCain's radio show to talk politics in Hollywood (and yes, McCain is the daughter of Senator John McCain, who has been involved in a feud with a notable new presidential candidate lately).
Meghan asked Osbourne about his thoughts on America's presidential election coming up next year, and Jack didn't hold back on blowing up, well, everyone!
Donald Trump almost did the unthinkable… apologize for something he said!
On Monday, the former Apprentice host appeared on The O'Reilly Factor to clarify his comments, and almost deliver an apology!
Bill O'Reilly got his longtime friend to acknowledge that McCain is a war hero, but The Donald still argued that the Arizona senator could be doing a better job fighting for our country's veterans, explaining:
If there's one thing you can trust Donald Trump to do, it's stick to his guns.
In fact, even when saying things off the top of his head that are completely ignorant and don't make any sense — like implying that John McCain is less of a war hero because he was a POW — he never backs down.
Of course, when even fellow Republican candidates Jeb Bush and Scott Walker condemned what he said, we're guessing Trump tried to change the conversation.
On Monday morning's Today show, Matt Lauer held the Presidential hopeful's feet to the fire over his remarks, and all The Donald wanted to do was attack McCain's political record.
He also argued that he said McCain is a war hero. See what happens when Lauer reads his own words back to him (below)!
Well, a broken clock is still right twice a day!
Donald Trump is no stranger to controversy — and controversy nabbed him several times this week, like when he made awful statements about John McCain not being a war hero, or when he put his foot in his mouth over escaped Mexican drug kingpin El Chapo Guzman.
On The Rita Cosby Show (nope, no relation) that aired this morning in New York City, Trump discussed Cosby's alleged history of sexual assault and put a pretty fine point on it:
Oh, Donald Trump. When will you learn?!
Apparently not this week, because The Donald walked into another firestorm of controversy after making questionable statements about former presidential candidate and veteran John McCain.
The statements were widely panned by other politicians, but Twitter also spoke their mind — as they tend to do — about Trump's brash tongue.
Ch-ch-check out some of the funny and telling tweets (below):
Donald Trump strikes again!
It seems as though the presidential candidate didn't think he burned enough bridges after his comments about Mexican immigrants sparked tons of outrage. On Saturday, the former Apprentice host called out a revered member of the Republican Party.
The Donald was speaking in front of a bunch of religious conservatives at the annual Family Leadership Summit, when he was pressed about his recent description of Senator John McCain as "a dummy."
Moderator Frank Luntz described the 2008 presidential nominee as "a war hero." McCain's plane was shot down while serving in Vietnam, and he spent over five years as a prisoner of war. But Trump thought of it this way: