Mexico will not send a contestant to this year’s Miss Universe pageant after part owner and TV personality Donald Trump made comments insulting Mexicans, according to Reuters.
People keep pulling out of Donald Trump's "Miss Universe" and "Miss USA" pageants after the presidential candidate made controversial remarks about Mexicans. CNN's Brian Stelter reported Tuesday that the two co-hosts of "Miss USA" — Cheryl Burke and Thomas Roberts — would not participate. Show More Summary
A television company controlled by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim has canceled a project with real estate developer and TV personality Donald Trump after his comments insulting Mexicans, Slim’s spokesman said on Monday. This is the third company to cut ties with Trump, who is seeking the...
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None of the planned co-hosts of Miss USA will end up participating, in more fallout from Donald Trump's remarks about Mexican immigrant rapists.
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Cheryl Burke is the latest star to come out against Donald Trump. The former Dancing with the Stars professional has resigned as host of the 2015 Miss USA Pageant, a day after NBC officially severed ties with the event's owner, Donald...Show More Summary
There's more to being a beauty queen than beauty. Just kidding, no there isn't. However, a few beauty queens are focusing on more than the Vaseline on their teeth. After NBC fired Donald Trump and axed his Miss Universe Organization,...Show More Summary
Burke is the third co-host to step down from the pageant. read more
A media company owned by Carlos Slim would have begun production on a show featuring US mogul Donald Trump just this week, before the unnamed program was canceled over Trump's incendiary statements about Mexican immigrants. Ora TV, an...Show More Summary
Suffice it to say that Latinos don't love Donald Trump : The second richest guy on planet Earth has joined the burgeoning list of Latino-affiliated groups jumping ship in the wake of the candidate's derogatory remarks about Mexican immigrants. Carlos Slim announced yesterday that his Ora TV would back out of...
Burke is the second co-host to step down from the pageant. read more
Many laughed about Donald Trump’s intention to run for presidency, thinking he had no chance to win the Republican nomination, much less – the presidency. The results of the latest polls, however, show that Trump ranks second in terms of popularity in New Hampshire, closely following another Republican candidate, Jeb Bush.
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During an upcoming episode of The Wrap's Drinking With The Stars, Rivera said that when it comes to the amount of public discussion on Trump's 2016 candidacy, "there has not been this kind of excitement in the city since, in a very different way, 9/11. I've never seen people so energized, negative or positive, about a man announcing a run for the office."
On the heels of NBC dropping Donald Trump after his derogatory comments about Mexican immigrants, Macy's is now facing pressure to do the same while it carried several products bearing Trump's name. And it's possible that such a move would do the department store some good since it's heading into dire straits.
Donald Trump’s campaign comments about Mexican immigrants continues to cause beauty-pageant chaos. NBC just announced it will air its USA Vs. The World episode of American Ninja Warrior on July 12 in the timeslot where it was to have aired the Miss USA Pageant. Show More Summary
Conservatives called out NBC on Twitter for cutting ties with Donald Trump over his offensive comments about Mexicans, while still employing Al Sharpton as an MSNBC host.
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The Miss Universe Organization, partly owned by Donald Trump, issued a statement today saying they're "disheartened by recent events" between Trump and NBC.