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Was Donald Trump exacting revenge on a political adversary? Probably not — we doubt he even knew about it. See the likely reason following the jump.
I love Mark Cuban, and not just because I’m a Dallas Mavericks fan. No, I love him because he’s just a regular guy. And like a regular guy, he has done what so many of us would do if we could afford to basically throw away millions of dollars: he has offered Donald Trump $1 million to shave his head.
Donald Trump has a lot of experience in firing people, but unfortunately for him, he has no jurisdiction over the fate of workers he doesn’t employ. That’s a relief for Alex Rodriguez, who The Don said would have been sacked for his paltry postseason performance if it were up to him. SORRY DON, CAN’T FIRE ‘EM ALL!
You probably didn’t think Donald Trump could work himself into the Derek Jeter broken ankle conversation. You probably didn’t think Donald Trump could blame Derek Jeter’s injury on Derek Jeter. You probably didn’t think Donald Trump was the all-powerful karma master. He has done or is all these things.
It’s only been around since the 1970s at the earliest, but that’s been long enough for the wave to become an object of ridicule. Among those non-fans: Bill O’Reilly, apparently. Donald Trump, on the other hand…
Race car fans and politicians want to force Donald Trump out of driving the pace car in the centennial Indy 500 later this month because of his support for the birther movement.
President Barack Obama skewered quite a few people at last night’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner, but no one got it worse than Donald Trump.
Our newest sister site, Mogulite, launched today. You should check it out. And in our corner of the internet, we’re honoring our new colleagues by looking at some of the eccentric business figures (i.e., owners) in sports through the years.
In a move that could turn the Mets into even more of a disaster, or help them transition into a playoff contender, Donald Trump is considering buying the team.