Donald Trump is NOT amused that Sacha Baron Cohen dressed up like his character from The Dictator and threw “ashes” on Ryan Seacrest. Seacrest may have SEEMED to handle it with a smile, but Donald Trump knows very well that Seacrest actually appeared “visibly upset.”
If you’re discussing matters of empathy and insight into the human condition, you never, ever, question Donald Trump. I once saw him diagnose a baby deer with depression just by petting it.
Trump claims that Cohen should have been “punched in the face,” and the security guard that stood idly by ought to be fired immediately. Cause that’s what Donald Trump does. He fires people.
Hard to pick a horse in this race. In 2006, Donald Trump decided to give Miss America a second chance after some unpleasant incidents resulting from drug and alcohol abuse. A dialog was opened, and the outspoken O’Donnell called Trump a “snake-oil salesman” and she claimed she “didn’t enjoy him.”
Not understanding the virtue of a proportionate response, fired back with “Rosie’s a loser. A real loser. I look forward to taking lots of money from my nice fat little Rosie.”
While I enjoy this retort on a comedic level, I don’t think that’s a very nice thing to say about someone. Trump hasn’t let the feud die, once again calling her a “loser” and a “failure.”
Coming Spring of 2013: How to Succeed and Not Be a Loser by Donald Trump.