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South Park killed Donal Trump Last Night
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As is their wont, South Park destroyed Donald Trump last night.

Trump has obviously been all over everything over the past few months, most recently facing off against Stephen Colbert on The Late Show. And the creators of South Park ain't havin' it.

Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have been regularly involved in politics, everything from Kim Jong Il lamentation in Team America: World Police to the President Obama's first election episode which aired the day after voting.

In the episode, Donald Trump becomes the Canadian president and he must be stopped. According to the show, they thought his candidacy was a joke, but they let the joke go too far.

So in very South Park fashion, Mr. Garrison invades Canada to sexually assault Trump to death.


To quote the show:

"Did you hear the good news? The Canadian president has been f*cked to death!"

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After launching his new show with a bevy of jokes on Donald Trump, Stephen Colbert decided it would be a nice idea to invite the GOP front running candidate for the presidency on The Late Show.

So, Sept. 22, it happened.

It certainly wasn't the best interview Colbert has had on his show so far, that honor goes to the the emotional chat with Vice President Joe Biden. But still it was a civilized conversation in which Trump still would not say whether President Obama was born in America.

Then they played a little game:

All in all, a solid night at The Late Show.

Arnold Schwarzenegger will be the new host of Celebrity Apprentice, replacing Donald Trump.
Via: The Hill
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Get your ass to NBC!

If you had a list of the people likely to replace Donald Trump in his hosting duties on Celebrity Apprentice, Arnold Schwarzenegger would be at darn near the top of it.

The Hill has the story:

The network announced Monday morning that the former California governor will take over the seat relinquished by the GOP presidential front-runner when the show returns to the air next year.

"I have always been a huge fan of 'The Celebrity Apprentice' and the way it showcases the challenges and triumphs of business and teamwork," Schwarzenegger said in a statement. "I am thrilled to bring my experience to the boardroom and to continue to raise millions for charity. Let's get started!"

It's a bit politically interesting seeing the celebrity-turned-governor replacing the celebrity-turned-presidential-candidate. If only there wasn't that damn law that required an American birth, we could very well have a President Schwarzenegger.

Wonder if Trump would then demand to see his birth certificate.

Trump trumpeted the announcement on his Twitter account.

Donald Trump pissed off michael stipe by using his music without asking.
Via: Gawker
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We're having to slowly come to grips with the fact that a lot of people seem to like Donald Trump and his bid for the White House in 2016. Many others do not. One of those people is R.E.M. frontman Michael Stipe.

On the campaign trail, candidates use a lot of music to set the tone for how they perceive the world and what they plan to do to get it right. They don't always ask for permission.

At a Tea Party rally Sept. 9, Trump used the R.E.M. song "It's the End of the World as We Know It (and I Feel Fine)" without checking to make sure it was OK with the band. It wasn't and Michael Stipe took to Twitter to express his opinions about it.

The band later released a more, ahem, tactful statement on their Facebook page.

"While we do not authorize or condone the use of our music at this political event, and do ask that these candidates...

Posted by R.E.M. on Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Gawker points out that this is certainly not the first time candidates have angered artists:

R.E.M., of course, is only the latest group to object to their music being hijacked for tone-deaf political purposes. Just yesterday, Survivor slammed Kim Davis for using "Eye of the Tiger" as her walkout song and in June, Neil Young asked Trump to please stop rockin' in the free world.

However, the saddest example (by far) is Bruce Springsteen superfan Chris Christie, whose history of getting sh*t on by his idol apparently dates back to the Clinton administration.
Via: CNN
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Tired about the speculation circling his flaxen halo of hair, Donald Trump invited an event attendee to examine his hair to make sure it was real.

He did caution the audience that he does use hairspray, but that didn't stop the investigating woman to quickly confirm that it was real.

Deadline Hollywood wrote about the campaign stunt:

The stunt was by way of attacking The New York Times for what Trump described as a front-page inaccuracy – NYT being today's Donald Trump Media Target. Never any downside to blasting the media, which Trump has used to his headline-grabbing advantage, following his grilling by FNC moderators at the first GOP debate and by Univision star Jorge Ramos at a recent news conference.

"I'm always in the front page of The New York Times now … I'm going to set a record for that too," the real estate mogul simpered at the top of his speech to the Upstate Chamber Coalition's Presidential Series in Greenville, SC.

The quote that drove Trump to such follicle extremes came from this story about Trump's problem courting Spanish media outlets

Ricardo Sánchez, known as "El Mandril" on his Spanish drive-time radio show in Los Angeles, has taken to calling Donald J. Trump "El hombre del peluquín" — the man of the toupee.
Donald Trump called Megyn Kelly a bimbo again.
Via: NY Post
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Well, it seems like Donald Trump has not let go of his grudge towards FOX News' Megyn Kelly, even though its been over a month since the GOP debate that sparked the whole thing off.

After Kelly asked him a series of questions regarding Trump's views of women, he took it personally, saying the questions were unfair.

He continued responded, days after the debate, with Twitter baiting and possible interview slander, but that was a few weeks ago and you'd think the candidate for United States President would find other ways to fill his time.

Not so!

Megyn Kelly returned to her regular FOX show, The Kelly File and Trump returned to troll.

Then he just started retweeting people.

And then there's this one.

Save us, Deez Nuts.

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