You can win a 45-minute date with Ivanka Trump for more than $25,000

Have you ever wanted the chance to be Mr. Steal Your Girl and snag a date with one of the most powerful women in America? Well, here is your opportunity to go out on a date with the one and only Ivanka Trump. Thanks to a charity auction from the Eric Trump Foundation, which supports the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, you can bid on a package that would give you and a...
Via Campus Sports Net
December 13, 2016

7 things to know about Trump Bedminster golf club, center of political world right now

Did you know Donald Trump built his Somerset County course on an estate once owned by another celebrity mogul? BEDMINSTER -- President-elect Donald Trump is expected to spend the weekend holding meetings with his transition team at his upscale private golf club in the bucolic hills of Somerset County.  Here are five things to know about Trump...
Via NJ.com
November 19, 2016

Sports industry warming up to Donald Trump after his election win

What a difference 16 months, and earning a new title, can apparently make for Donald Trump and his relationship with the sports industry. According to an article in the Sports Business Journal, it is believed that many segments of the sports industry that had cooled on Trump just 16 months ago are starting to warm up to him now that he is President-Elect Trump. From the article...
Via The Comeback
November 14, 2016  |  Discuss

SNL Celebrity Family Feud: Political Edition (Video)

Another season of Saturday Night Live is upon us, just in time for the prime part of political season. The SNL season premiere this weekend featured the highly-anticipated presidential debate spoof which delivered in all aspects, but Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump weren’t the only political figures portrayed on the show. SNL produced a “Celebrity Family Feud: Political Edition”...
Via Campus Sports Net
October 02, 2016

WATCH: Ivanka Trump vs. Chelsea Clinton

During a Facebook Live event Tuesday for Glamour, Chelsea Clinton challenged Ivanka Trump on the statements she made about equal pay for equal work during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Via The Oregonian
July 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Kacie McDonnell Fawningly Casts Ivanka Trump as America’s Kate Middleton

Well this is a head-scratcher. At last night’s RNC, Ivanka Trump spoke in praise of her father. I wasn’t watching. It’s like American Idol: when it’s silly and weird in the beginning, I find it entertaining. When it gets serious, I get bored… and somewhat frightened. But Ivanka made one hell of an impression on at least one person: Kacie McDonnell. Comparing Ivanka to Kate...
Via Crossing Broad
July 22, 2016

Donald Trump Is A Liar

This is what he teased to the New York Times in early June: Donald Trump has some ideas for how to jazz up the Republican National Convention, and he previewed one at a rally here on Friday evening: a “winner’s evening” of sports celebrities and champions addressing the convention rather than politicians. “We’re going to do it a little different, if it’s O.K.,” he...

Tim Tebow to speak at Republican National Convention because of course

Tom Brady will not be appearing on Donald Trump’s behalf at the upcoming Republican National Convention, but that does not mean Trump will be without NFL representation. The Republican Presidential Nominee will be joined by none other than Timothy Richard Tebow. Tebowmania is back, baby! On July 21, the quarterback who fooled people into thinking he would revolutionize the position...
Via The Comeback
July 14, 2016  |  Discuss

More establishment than celebrity in Trump convention lineup

CLEVELAND (AP) There are war heroes, a casino mogul and even an underwear model, yet Donald Trump is relying heavily on his party's establishment to fill the speaking program for next week's Republican National Convention. The presumptive presidential nominee has approved a convention program that features at least 20 current or former elected officials, including Senate Majority...
Via Associated Press
July 14, 2016  |  Discuss

How Donald Trump, with pizazz and bluster, took on the NFL

WASHINGTON (AP) Donald Trump was known in New York by 1984 as a flashy newcomer to Manhattan real estate. But football, not business, was what drew 60 young women to the Trump Tower in early January of that year. The women had come to audition for the Brig-A-Dears, the cheerleading squad of the New Jersey Generals, part of the upstart United States Football League. Trump had recently...
Via Associated Press
February 07, 2016  |  Discuss

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