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The Peacock cuts ties with Miss Universe organization which Trump co-owns and ends the business mogul's appearance on 'Celebrity Apprentice'.
The Peacock says they 'do not agree with his positions on a number of issues, including his recent comments on immigration.'
Donald Trump sends a letter to Univision's CEO to ban the company's employees from Trump National Doral in Miami.
The 'Celebrity Apprentice' judge plans to take his feud with the Spanish-language broadcaster to the courtroom after the company backed out of their deal.
The Spanish-language broadcaster will no longer air Miss USA pageant after severing ties with Miss Universe Organization and the Trump organization.
'He makes a lot of news. Doesn't have as much influence as, say, Kim Kardashian. She would probably be a better president, in my opinion,' Simmons said of Trump.
The real estate tycoon and 'Celebrity Apprentice' host was accused of hiring paid actors to attend his presidential announcement on Tuesday, June 16.
The Canadian singer wasn't happy when he learned that the billionaire used the song while he took the stage at the Trump Tower on Tuesday to declare his presidential candidacy.
'This will be the finest, most luxurious gold-plated, diamond-encrusted campaign that will give hope to a weary nation,' Colbert describes how Trump's campaign will be like.
The ultra-rich tycoon finally announced his presidential candidancy after several decades floating the idea of running for the White House.
The 68-year-old businessman calls the President of the U.S. 'incompetent leader,' saying Obama 'hasn't exactly had a positive impact' on the riots.
The 68-year-old businessman slams Russell in a new Instagram video after having a feud on Twitter on Thursday, October 16.
After learning that he fell victim to a Twitter prank, the tycoon deletes the post and writes, 'I guess this teaches you not to be nice or trusting. Sad!'
Commenting on O'Donnell's return to the ABC talk show, the 'Apprentice' host says, 'It'll have a short term positive effect... Rosie always self-destructs.'
The real estate mogul, best known for hosting NBC's 'The Apprentice' series, call scripts of the 'box office bombs' 'terrible.'