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While Shakira slammed Trump with condemning messages on Twitter, Ferrera chose to write a wordy letter, saying his hateful speech would prevent him from winning the upcoming election.
The Miss USA pageant will be broadcast by Reelz after Univision and NBC abandoned it following Donald Trump's negative remarks on Mexican immigrants.
Flo Rida will no longer perform at the upcoming beauty competition while Jeannie Mai will continue her role as a host despite Donald Trump controversy.
The owner of Trump organization insists that it was his decision to end his business relationship with Macy's which has carried his menswear line since 2004.
The real estate mogul sues Univision for dropping the broadcast of his Miss USA beauty pageant, claiming the channel has violated their contract.
The 'Dancing with the Stars' pro-dancer decides to withdraw from her duties with Donald Trump's upcoming annual beauty competition.
Miss Universe Organization says they are 'disheartened' by the controversy surrounding Trump's anti-immigrant comments but they are 'moving forward, full-steam ahead.'
Mexico will not send representative to the beauty pageant after the country's media giant cut ties with Donald Trump following his negative remarks on Mexican.
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.