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Trump says GOP ad claiming Obama ‘too cool to be President’ ‘worst ad ever’

Trump says GOP ad claiming Obama ‘too cool to be President’ ‘worst ad ever’Washington, Apr 28 : American businessman Donald Trump has slammed a Republican ad targeting US President Barack Obama for being too cool, calling it one of the worst commercials he had ever seen.

"I thought it was one of the worst commercials, in terms of what they were trying to do, that I've ever seen," Politico quoted Trump, as saying.

"They are making Obama look great. They are making him look like that's the man we want to be president. I looked at that clip very closely, and actually, I couldn't believe it," he added.

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Donald Trump changes party affiliation keeping options open for 2012 Presidential race

Donald Trump changes party affiliation keeping options open for 2012 Presidential raceWashington, Dec 24 : After years as a registered Republican, billionaire US businessman Donald Trump has changed the party affiliation on his New York State voter registration to “unaffiliated,” leaving the door open for a
2012 Presidential race.

Michael Cohen, a Special Counsel to Trump, said the real estate mogul did so in order to preserve his right to run as an Independent.

“Trump has done that in order to preserve his right to run as an independent after the finale of his television show “The Apprentice” at the end of May,” Fox News quoted Cohen, as saying.

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Donald Trump skips Kim Kardashian’s wedding to play golf

 Donald Trump skips Kim Kardashian’s wedding to play golfWashington, August 22 : Donald Trump declined an invite to Kim Kardashian's wedding in favour of playing golf.

According to E! News, Donald Trump and his wife Melania ditched Kim Kardashian and Kris Humpries' wedding to attend his Trump National Golf Club tournament in Bedminster, New Jersey - that was likely scheduled far in advance from Kim''s big day, reports Contactmusic.

Despite his absence, the celebrity head count was predictably high.

According to the Daily Mail, among the many stars in attendance were Ellen Degeneres, Eva Longoria, Demi Lovato, Serena Williams, Kelly Osbourne and Ryan Seacrest.

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Trump''s plan for 750 million pound Scottish golf resort postponed

 Trump''s plan for 750 million pound Scottish golf resort postponedWashington, June 21: American business tycoon Donald Trump has postponed plans to create the "world''s greatest" golf resort in Scotland, complete with five-star hotel and luxury villas, because of the global financial crisis.

Trump said that his 750 million-pound complex featuring a luxury hotel, Trump Boulevard, a golf academy, a second course and timeshare apartments, had been bunkered by the recession, The Guardian reports.

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How billionaire Trump ‘bullies residents coming in way of his dream golf resort

How billionaire Trump ‘bullies residents coming in way of his dream golf resortWashington, June 4 : One of the residents living on the edge of Donald Trump''s 750 million pounds golf resort has alleged that the US billionaire's organisation is trying to "intimidate and bully" him by putting up a fence around his house and then billing him for it.

David Milne, whose home at Hermit Point on the Menie estate is near the site planned for the resort''s luxury hotel development, has been having a dispute with Trump after he refused to sell his home to the Trump Organisation.

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Trump''s presidential prospects dipping: Poll

Trump''s presidential prospects dipping: PollWashington, May 11: US millionaire Donald Trump''s presidential prospects have started to diminish, as President Barack Obama’s step of releasing his ‘long form birth certificate is beginning to change the public viewpoint about his birther issue.

Sixty-four-year-old Trump has slid down from the head of the Republican primary field to fifth-place, The New York Post quoted a newly-released survey from Democratic-aligned firm Public Policy Polling (PPP), as saying.

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Trump pulls out of Indy 500 race after 17,000 fans object to his participation

Trump pulls out of Indy 500 race after 17,000 fans object to his participationWashington, May 6: Donald Trump has pulled out from plans to drive the pace car at this year''s Indianapolis 500 citing conflicts with the schedule for his possible presidential run after 17,000 race fans signed a Facebook petition, demanding his removal.

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Trump not a "serious" presidential candidate: Republican senator McCain

Trump not a Washington, May 2 : Arizona Senator John McCain has said that Donald Trump cannot be perceived as a "serious" Republican presidential contender.

He argued that while the business magnate seemed to be "having a lot of fun," the GOP had "very serious" candidates in the field who would be focusing on more serious issues.

"I think Mr. Trump is having a lot of fun. It''s "pretty clear he enjoys the limelight,” the CBS News quoted McCain, as saying.

"We have very serious candidates. I think that if Trump wants to run, he''s welcome to run," he added.

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Trump drops ‘F-word’ fusillade, calls politicians ‘blood suckers’

Trump drops ‘F-word’ fusillade, calls politicians ‘blood suckers’Washington, Apr 30 : Potential Republican candidate Donald Trump has dropped a barrage of `F-bombs' at a massive Las Vegas rally where he attacked US President Barack Obama and slammed other politicians as "blood suckers."

"Our leaders are stupid, they are stupid people. It''s just very, very sad," Politico quoted, Trump, as saying.

He further criticized the nation's involvement in military actions overseas.

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Trump bristles at claim that he''s racist

Trump bristles at claim that he''s racistWashington, Apr. 29 : American billionaire businessman Donald Trump has said that it is "terrible" the host of CBS'' "Face the Nation" has accused him of racism.

Trump told TMZ ... "That is a terrible statement for a newscaster to make. I am the last person that such a thing should be said about."

Bob Schieffer delivered a scathing statement against Trump Wednesday night on the "CBS Evening News," reacting to Trump''s insinuation that President Barack Obama may not have had the grades to get into Harvard.

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Democratic favouritism outlines Trump political donation history

 Democratic favouritism outlines Trump political donation historyWashington, Apr 27: US business tycoon Donald J. Trump, who is also a preferred potential presidential candidate among tea party activists, reportedly has a history of financially supporting prospective democratic candidates.

According a Washington Post analysis of state and federal disclosure records, Trump has made over 1.3 million dollars in donations over the years to candidates nationwide, with 54 percent of the money going to Democrats.

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Even Republicans feel Trump has very little chances of reaching White House

Even Republicans feel Trump has very little chances of reaching White HouseWashington, Apr 27: Potential Republican candidate Donald Trump has very little chances of winning the 2012 presidential elections, according to a poll.

According to a Gallup survey, nearly 64 percent of general election voters, including 46 percent of Republican voters, would "definitely not vote" for Trump.

That was the second-worst showing by any potential Republican candidate, after former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, who 65 percent of the voters said they would not consider voting for.

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Weakened US, a laughing stock of the world : Trump

 Weakened US, a laughing stock of the world : TrumpNew York, Apr. 18: Billionaire Donald Trump has described the United States as the laughing stock of the world in so far as its foreign policy initiatives are concerned.

Trump, who is flirting with a White House run in 2012, said Washington is too timid to wield its power assertively on the world stage.

"We have such power if we knew how to use it," Trump told CNN television in an interview.

He said that by failing to move more decisively in its foreign policy, "this country is a laughing stock throughout the world".

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GOP dismisses Trump’s ‘pro-life’ claim as publicity ploy

GOP dismisses Trump’s ‘pro-life’ claim as publicity ployWashington, Apr. 10 : Donald Trump claims he is ‘pro- life’ and opposes abortion after supporting it for years, but New York Republicans who know the real estate giant are dismissing this as a publicity ploy.

In an interview with Pat Robertson''s Christian Broadcasting Network, Trump said he had changed his view a few years back.

Meanwhile, the Republicans are skeptical of Trump''s bid to run for President of the United States.

"I know Donald a long time. I never take him seriously. I don''t think he''s a serious candidate," former Staten Island Congressman Guy Molinari was quoted by The New York Post as saying.

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Trump’s desire to be President surprises many in US

Washington, Apr 9: American business tycoon Donald Trump has surprised many in his country by indicating that he might run for president in 2012.

“I never really considered very strongly running for the presidency. But the country has never been in trouble like it is now,” Fox News quoted Trump, as saying.

The business magnate said he would decide by June, and added that he would discuss details of the presidential season with GOP chairman Reince Priebus this week.

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