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Trump's lawyers quote Forbes saying he's worth upwards of $2.7 billion. It might be $7.7 billion after he's done.
What a chump. Suing someone because they said you weren't a billionaire. WAAAHHH. Trump is filing whining ...and make no bones about it, it's whining, than most people could possibly hope to see in ten life times. Tell you what "Donald," you go take all that money you're suing for and fund that $100 computer project at MIT. Then I'll have some sympathy. Go fund AIDS research to the tune of a few hundred million. If you're going to whine about them misquoting your worth, get over it. There are certainly better pissing contests. Maybe you need a new apprentice to explain real life to you.
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posted by Stithmeister @ 12:10 AM
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