I’m not really sure that an endorsement from Donald Trump on your date-ability is really the best thing you could have if you’re trying to find a nice guy to shack up with on Match.com, but that’s exactly what Martha Stewart got this week. You see, Donald and Martha are old friends and he thinks any guy would be lucky to have her. I’d say! Have you tried her basic pancake recipe? Her buttermilk chocolate cupcakes? Have you felt the softness of her towels? I rest my case.
In any case, instead of sending her a text or an email, Donald decided to take to Access Hollywood Live to wish Martha good luck in her search, which is… sweet or something?
“I know Martha very well… I like Martha a lot,” Trump commented. “She looks fantastic and whoever gets Martha will be very lucky… She’s a very good woman.”
Trump also offered his thoughts on the kind of man who would be a good match for the wealthy and well-to-do Stewart.
“She’s going to need a really confident guy or a man with absolutely no confidence whatsoever,” he joked.
“There’s no in-between, [I] think probably the no confidence would be better.”
Yep, nothing makes a man or woman more attractive that absolutely zero belief in themselves and lots of self-doubt. I can see the cartoon hearts flying out of her ears right now!
In all seriousness, Martha is amazing – it can’t be long now before someone tries to put a ring on it, right? (Good luck on that – Martha ain’t that easy!)
May 11, 2013 at 12:30 pm by Jennifer
It’s no secret that Donald Trump is a Grade A asshole for a variety of reasons – he’s homophobic, racist, pro-guns… blah blah blah. But the entrepreneur took it to a whole new level of nasty when he criticised the queen this week. That’s right: Donald Trump thinks Beyoncé was way too sexy at the Super Bowl.
From The Howard Stern Show (via BET.com):
Calling into the Howard Stern Show to discuss a variety of topics, Trump got into dialogue about lip-syncing and was led into the issue of Beyoncé. The real estate mogul was more disturbed by the pop icon’s suggestive dancing.
“When Beyoncé was thrusting her hips forward in a very suggestive manner,” Trump commented, “if someone else would have done that it would have been a national scandal. I thought it was ridiculous… I thought it was not appropriate.…”
But Trump also noticed that what he perceived as scandalous wasn’t by most viewers and the rest of country. “There’s been no mention of it,” he concluded. “So, obviously, it must not have been so bad. She gets a pass.”
Listen, Donald – don’t hate just because you’re past prime thrusting age and would break a hip if you so much as attempted it. Also, who in the hell do you think you are to give anyone “a pass” – like, I’m sure Beyoncé is losing sleep over whether or not she has your approval and all, but just shut up. The reason there was no mention of it is because your old ass is the only one who cares.
February 13, 2013 at 12:47 pm by Jennifer
And because I’m sure Donald Trump is the most monogamous man alive, and probably the most ethical and moral, to boot, we should totally, totally be taking him very seriously, guys.
This is what the Don had to say on Twitter earlier today:
“Robert Pattinson should not take back Kristen Stewart. She cheated on him like a dog & will do it again — just watch. He can do much better!”
So now? Officially? I’m really, really glad that Robert Pattinson decided to go ahead and forgive Kristen Stewart for indulging the carnal pleasures of cunnilingus with a buck-toothed director, because really, anything to be contrary to Donald Trump, OK? I mean, seriously. How is this guy even allowed to have a Twitter anyhow?
October 18, 2012 at 4:30 pm by Sarah
OK, I get that the death of Osama Bin Laden is a really big, big deal to a lot of people and nations and everything else, and I’m TOTALLY not discounting that. But guys? Osama Bin Laden is NOW DEAD, and he, himself – personally – can’t do any more damage to anyone forever and ever, amen. Donald Trump, however, is alive. And he just informally announced that he’s definitely going to run for President in 2012. Trump says:
“In my mind, I have already decided. I am going to announce. But I can’t do anything until the show ends. [And if I'm elected] the OPEC nations will be acting much differently, and fuel prices will go down and the economy will become strong again. They may like me or not like me, but nobody will be ripping us off.”
Yes, exactly. What we need is an ORANGE BULLY with a BAD TOUPEE in office. That’ll definitely show ‘em.
I know a lot of you guys know about the end of days and Nostradamus and the Mayan calendar and the book of Revelation, so this, precisely, is why you should be afraid. Very afraid. Kind of like how all of the other possible Presidential candidates are afraid:
“I knew I was going into the lion’s den. I’m the last person they want to run against.”
We suffer no chance of being harmed by a dead dude, but can you imagine the damage that an asshat like Donald Trump could do in a public office – namely, the biggest public office in the nation: President of the United States?
I’m fucking running for cover. Get the cyanide capsules, because this shit’s going down.
May 2, 2011 at 9:30 am by Sarah
“Obama was something fresh, and new, and people wanted to put their faith in his message of being different and ‘change’ and all this stuff two years ago, but that fell flat because he gets in there and it’s pretty much the same old thing. I think everybody can agree on that, there’s no real change. … Gasoline is going to be six dollars a gallon by the end of the summer. They want to raise the debt ceiling, and we have a trillion and a half dollars already in debt. … I’d be open to Donald. He’s somebody out of the box and I think that some of the stuff he’s saying makes sense. It sounds like you and I would say it, and it’s time. … I think Donald is an interesting character. He’s an amazing CEO, this is a business. This is a business, running this country is a business and it has not been run the last decade the right way, whether it’s Republican or Democrat, so it’s not really a party issue, it’s more of a person issue. Somebody has to get in there and really hold people accountable.”
Joey ‘Whoa!’ Lawrence on the many intricacies of politics. I was totally open to listening to his tirade up until he mentioned supporting Donald-fucking-Trump, and then it was all lost on deaf, bleeding ears.
I’m not saying that everyone’s not entitled to their opinions about government, politics, and the way that their nations are run, but how about this: instead of regurgitating whatever headlines you’re hearing out of the corner of your ear on your network of choice, or seeing short snippets of headlines in newspapers and failing to read the entire story, educate yourself. Lawrence, as far as I’m concerned, made no startling revelations aside from stating what he’s heard in various arenas of the media over the past six-to-twelve months.
I respect people – and especially celebrities who have a part in being a ‘role model,’ no matter how small – for their opinions, whether or not they differ from my own, but come on. Let’s have a little originality here. It’d be like a hardcore Democrat continuously walking around with a sign crying ‘YES WE CAN!’ and NOTHING ELSE for the last two years now.
PS – Despite current prices, gas won’t be six damned dollars a gallon by the end of the summer. Check out info on the market and current and historic oil trends before you start your Donald-supporting fear-mongering, JOEY.
April 28, 2011 at 10:30 am by Sarah
“Donald has beautiful legs… Very long and beautifully shaped legs.”
Man, I tell ya, I was on the fence about that whole “Donald Trump for President” business, but if he has legs for days AND an endorsement from Gary Busey? Forget it, I can fill out my ballot right this second. Who’s with me?!