Out of all the people that Comedy Central has ever roasted — and we’re talking about everyone from Joan Rivers to Pamela Anderson to William Shatner to Charlie Sheen, James Franco and Donald Trump — Justin Bieber could be the...
Donald Trump is making it difficult to take his latest possible presidential run seriously. His latest sound bite came this week in an interview with MyFox New York, during which he said, among other things, that actual presidential contender Ted Cruz ripped off one of his lines when he announced...
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The "American Idol" alum, who next appears on the Esquire Network docuseries "The Runner-Up," says he hasn't watched Fox's singing competition in 10 years. read more
Donald Trump is having a bad week. No sooner does he announce his intention to pretend to run for president than the dumb not-even-really-American-wink-wink Ted Cruz copycats him and does the same thing, what a jerk. But worse, CruzShow More Summary
We should get the wire services and pollsters to create a consensus "Dumbest Americans" list, the way BCS football teams or boxing contenders are rated. Not only would it be fun, but it would be a way for Donald Trump to stay in the news without having to say dumb...
When I consider good fragrances I think about how I feel when I'm wearing them. And to create that feeling there are various scents combined and layered—in many ways, it's a recipe. — Donald Trumps shares his perfume expertise with E Online. Read more at Donald Trump, Possible Future President of the United States, Launches […]
On the same day that Sen. Ted Cruz announced that he's running for president, real estate mogul Donald Trump dusted off his old birther rants, suggesting that the Texas Republican may not be eligible to become president. "He's got a hurdle that nobody else seems to have at this moment. Show More Summary
The following post first appeared on FactCheck.org. FULL QUESTION Is Ted Cruz eligible to run for president based on the fact he was born in Canada but his mother was American? Exactly what does the Constitution and our other laws say about this? FULL ANSWER Sen. Show More Summary
By Richard K. Barry In an interview on MyFoxNY, perennial blowhard Donald Trump said Ted Cruz's birthplace could rule him out as a presidential candidate. Well he’s got, you know, a hurdle that nobody else seems to have at this moment," said Trump, who was born in Queens. Show More Summary
Donald Trump told Fox News he doubts Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) can legally run for president because he was born in Canada. Said Trump: “It’s a hurdle; somebody could certainly look at it very seriously. He was born in Canada. [...]
Sen. Ted Cruz, American Canadian, and London's Boris Johnson, British-American, have something in common, and it isn't Donald Trump's hair.
…which, clearly, is a European insane asylum.
Donald Trump goes all birther on Canadian-born GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz. Trump said Cruz has “an additional hurdle” to overcome and that “you’re supposed to be born in this country” to run for president. Um, he wasted no time…. The reality television host, real estate magnate, and serial almost-presidential candidate who repeatedly demanded that [...]Show More Summary
Donald Trump is keeping the birther movement alive and has taken aim at Canadian born Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). Cruz announced on Monday that he will run for president and Trump, who is also considering a presidential bid, wondered if the Texan was even eligible to become commander-in-chief. Show More Summary
Is Orly Taitz editing her Obama legal briefs for Ted Cruz? Better ask Trump, because he's showing himself to be a birther who doesn't let partisanship get in the way. In a telephone interview with MyFoxNY.com, Trump got right down to...Show More Summary
During the run-up to the 2012 presidential election, no one spoke more loudly and often about President Barack Obama's birth certificate than Donald Trump. Now, it appears he might do the same for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX).
Real estate magnate and perennial not-quite-candidate weighs in on Texas senator's eligibility to be president
Retired neurosurgeon and "abysmally ignorant" GOP favorite Ben Carson was the keynote speaker at televangelist Pat Robertson's 85th birthday celebration over the weekend - an event that also featured appearances from Steve Forbes, former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, Donald...