Donald Trump is at it again. We're starting to think that he may get uncomfortable if he hasn't started or participated in a celebrity feud at least once a month. This time, it's showbiz veteran Cher that's catching the ire of The Donald. After Cher tweeted some harsh words for presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Trump went on the war path in an appearance on Fox News on Monday.
Trump told host Greta Van Susteren that Cher was lonely and miserable. But the real vitriol was dished out by Trump via twitter. "@Cher should stop with the bad plastic surgery and nasty statements about good people running for office. I can't stand her computer enhanced voice or music." Trump even got a shot in at another one of his celebrity feud partners, Rosie O'Donnell tweeting that Cher "is an average talent who is out of touch with reality. Like Rosie O'Donnell, a total loser!"
With Cher added the list of Donald's foes, a pattern seems to be emerging. Does Trump have a penchant for sparring with the ladies? Here's a look at his past feuds, and we'll let you be the judge!
Rosie O'Donnell - Perhaps the most openly aggressive of his feuds, Rosie and Trump are like oil and water. It all started when O'Donnell criticized Trump's decision to let a Miss USA winner have a second chance after she revealed she had drug and alcohol problems. Rosie called Trump a "snake oil salesman" and Trump shot back with calling Rosie a "loser." Over the years this feud has festered, at times picking up heat if either party decided to take a pot shot.
Rihanna - When the singer canceled her appearance at a Trump fundraiser event and then went out and sang at the NBA All-Star game the very next night, Donald was incensed. He told a Florida newspaper, "For Rihanna to go to the All-Star Game and perform after she told us she was sick, that is just a lack of respect."
Barbara Walters - Barbara caught some collateral damage from Trump's assault on Rosie. In the middle of the fight with O'Donnell, Trump took a shot at Walters who fired back on "The View" that Trump was "pathetic." Trump then countered by saying that Babs was a "sad figurehead dominated by a third-rate comedian."
Martha Stewart - By all accounts, Stewart and Trump are actually friends. Yet even friendship didn't stop Trump from kicking Martha while she was down. In 2005, Stewart hosted a spin-off of "The Apprentice" and it tanked in the ratings. Trump said that Martha needed to "take responsibility for her own failures." Stewart simply released a statement saying she was hurt by her long time friend's harsh critique.
Do you think Donald especially loves to feud with women? Sound off and tell us in a comment!
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