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Comment from: actually [Visitor] Email
Actually Donald Trump admitted he started the feud in his Fox interview. He saw Rosie at a New York premiere, went up to her, and said: "Congratulations on your failed magazine."

Rosie had every right not to enjoy him after that. Plus he went off on Martha as well.
2006-12-23 @ 13:28
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Actually, what strikes me about this whole sordid affair is that they're both saying terrible things about each other, and they're both right.
2006-12-23 @ 13:30
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
Thanks for shedding more light on a worthless story generated by Trump's publicity people since he's got a new season of the Apprentice coming up soon.

Another home run, Chris.



2006-12-23 @ 14:18
Comment from: patricia [Visitor] Email
They're both shameless self promoters, and really good at getting people to talk about them... It's as simple and as complicated as that. Neither of them are in a position to be sanctimonious and I think they both realize this and I think they don't care. They'll just keep doing what they do and getting tons of attention. Good for them.
2006-12-23 @ 18:22
Comment from: Miike [Visitor] Email
I like the comments to this article. Frankly, Rosie is nuts, and Donald is well, Donald, he's the promoter. Either way with all there money, there both losers in the end. In the final run, America is sick of all the phonies, and would like to see both of these clowns disappear.
2006-12-25 @ 01:17
Comment from: Lisalt [Visitor] Email
I like them both in some instances but with the feud right now, both have loud mouths. One should have stayed silent just like Clay Aiken did with Kelly Ripa. They want attention. They get it but it is all trash.
2006-12-25 @ 05:57
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
Trump's a blowhard and not funny.

Rosie O'Donnell is at least funny, and she has a good Irish name. She's kicking Trumps ass.

Trump giving Miss America "another chance" is indeed the lowest form of hypocrisy.

Just because the guy owns the world, he thinks he can tell the world what to do. He's become a caricature of himself, which was laughable to begin with.

George Steinbrenner said you could buy any sportswriter for a $10 steak. Trump bought Chris Baldwin with a phone call.

I hear Chris watches Regis and Cathy every morning.
2006-12-27 @ 14:05
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Again, a pox on both their houses. However, Trump has a right to determine who will and will not be given a second chance within the context of the scope of his authority.
2006-12-27 @ 15:55
Comment from: Lina [Visitor] Email
When Star Jones was on The View, Trump was made to feel like he owned the show,... The View even featured his new wife and new born on the show one day. It was so NOTHING !!!! Who cares about Trump, his newest wife and newest new born???,... only Star Jones who wanted to be goody, goody in with Trump and his world.

I'm glad Trump is being challenged.
2006-12-28 @ 12:18
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Lina,

A show like the view trades on frivolity and fluff. And what strikes me about it is that Barbara Walters has finally found a group of people amongst whom she looks intelligent.
2006-12-28 @ 15:13

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