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Thursday, 26 July 2012

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The U.S. Olympic team's opening day ceremony uniforms were all made in China.

MANHATTAN - Donald Trump has never been one to just sit idly by and keep quite about anything or anyone.

And he has let it be known that he is not a happy camper at the fact that the U.S. Olympic team will be shown at the Summer Olympics opening ceremony while wearing outfits that were made in China.

Trump said that when he heard about it he could not believe it and he immediately called up President Obama.

Donald, who is the creator and star of NBCs The Celebrity Apprentice said that he hung up after being placed on hold for 17 minutes.

He then called up Vice-President Joe Biden. The vice-president did answer the phone but after hearing Trump's complaint he told him to put it down in writing, have it notarized, and mail it to Gary Busey and maybe he will straighten out the situation for him.

Needless to say "El Trumpista" was not the least bit happy with that remark and he has reportedly stated that he wants to see Vice-President Joe Biden's birth certificate within 48 hours if not sooner.

Donald Trump did appear on Piers Morgan Tonight and he informed the Englishman that he would personally have every one of the United States Olympic team outfits replaced with outfits manufactured by an American company, preferably his own clothing firm, Trump's Outfits "R" Us.

The silly-haired billionaire has stated that he plans on hiring Los Angeles attorney Gloria Allred and he will be suing Ralph Lauren who is the designer who outsourced the Olympic outfit making to China.

In A Non-Related Story. Neighbors of Katie Holmes report that the soon-to-be-ex-Mrs. Tom Cruise has not stopped smiling since filing for divorce.

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