Donald Trump's Latest Twitter Target: Cher and Her "Plastic Surgeries That Didn't Work"
Billionaire blowhard Donald Trump is notorious for his vicious attacks on female celebrities -- like a teenage girl, he often uses Twitter to point out the physical flaws of his enemy du jour.
His most recent celbu-spat is with Cher. And, per usual, juvenile insults have (pardon the pun) trumped maturity, poise, and any sense of class.
Macy's is catching heat over its decision carry apparel that dons the name of the world's trashiest billionaire. The company has partnered with "The Donald" to sell his line of retail crap for years, but Trump's recent ramblings that America needs to stage a revolution against President Obama has prompted a petition urging the company to dump Trump. The petition has garnered more than 500,000 signatures.
Over the weekend, Cher chimed in.
Further reading on Trump's trashiness:
"I'll NEVER GO TO MACY'S AGAIN! I didnt know they sold Donald Trump's Line! If they don't care that they sell products from a LOUDMOUTH," the 66-year-old diva posted on her Twitter page on Sunday.
She later tweeted "RACIST CRETIN,WHO'D LIE LIKE "HIS RUG"TO GET SOME CHEAP PRESS ! I CANT BELIEVE MACY'S THINKS HE'S THE RIGHT "MAN" 2 REPRESENT THEIR NAME !"
That, apparently, was Trump's cue to start acting like an immature jackass.
@cher--I don't wear a "rug"--it's mine. And I promise not to talk about your massive plastic surgeries that didn't work," Trump tweeted.
Cher has since apologized for mentioning Trump's stupid hair -- while simultaneously calling a spade a spade.
"2 set the record straight..I Took a Cheap Shot At Trumps Hair," she tweeted. "I WAS WRONG! However..... He is a Flaming Asshole & I Hope Macy's Dumps Him!"
Trump, however, is standing by his plastic surgery insult because, well, he's Donald Trump.
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