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Donald Trump may glitter, but he's also evergreen. The billionaire's appeal to press and public knows no season, whether he's pondering President Obama's birth certificate or revealing he'd spent $1 million on electoral research for a White House run. Like he did this week.
"Donald Trump for President" campaign signs may make an appearance once again.
Wealthy businessman Donald Trump has changed his voter registration in New York state from Republican to unaffiliated.
Former "green jobs czar" Van Jones hopes to ally the progressive cause with the middle class, using a page or two from the tea party playbook, perhaps.
Donald Trump believes that the federal deficit and the turmoil it engenders is no mere quagmire, it is an abyss. So says Michael Cohen, special counsel to the billionaire real estate tycoon who still appears to have a calling to re-join the 2012 presidential race.
The Donald is giving up one race, perhaps so he can focus on another.
There's a Dump The Donald movement afoot at the Indy 500.
NBC was not responding to a challenge by talk-show host Lawrence O'Donnell to disclose whether Donald Trump will return next fall with "The Celebrity Apprentice."
A certain billionaire is getting ambitious support in the heartland from a rockabilly hero, far from the glittering avenues of Manhattan.