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Saturday, 24 November 2012

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A close up of Donald Trump's hair taken as he chatted with Paul "Little Bunny Foo Foo" Ryan.

LOS ANGELES - Showing no signs of letting up on her verbal attack of Donald Trump, Cher appeared on Ryan Seacrest's radio show and took some more jabs at the man she calls The Off-Key Trumpet.

Cher has repeatedly made it known that Trump's Birther Act has gotten about as old as some of Joan River's jewelry.

She told Seacrest that Donnie is a perfect example of the cliché that just because someone is a billionaire does not mean that he has brains.

Seacrest remarked that Trump is a shrewd businessman. Cher fired back by saying shrewd screwed and illegally brewed. She went on to add that the man with the world's ugliest hairdo got his money from his daddy who handed the beauty salon services company over to him in 1971.

Cher, who at 66 is three weeks older than Trump, said that in all of her years in show business she has never known anyone who liked to brag about himself more than him; with the possible exceptions of Chevy Chase, Andrew Dice Clay, and Rush "Mr. Mush" Limbaugh.

She told Ryan that the host of Celebrity Apprentice thinks he is one smart cookie, but truth be told he is about as sharp as a serving of jello.

Cher commented that her goal is to get a petition with over 10 million signatures.

She wants to then present it to the national retail chain that features Trump in their commercials and ask that he be fired for being arrogant, sarcastic, and as obnoxious as Glenn "Crybaby" Beck.

The "Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves" singer noted that the real problem with Trumpy, the poster boy for "Haters," is that he just has way too much free time on his hands and he really needs to see about getting a job.

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