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Trump vs. O'Donnell Feud / Trump Interview (Part I) #847862

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 28, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Round three in the feud between two big celebrities, Donald Trump & Rosie O'Donnell, featured; details given about Trump's decision not to strip Miss USA Tara Conner of her crown & O'Donnell's critical response. [On "The View," O'DONNELL - criticizes Trump.] [For "ET," TRUMP - says he will probably sue her.] [On "Larry King Live," voice of TRUMP - says who would ever want Rosie.] Rosie's poem yesterday on her blog quoted. ["US Weekly" editor Katrina SZISH†- suggests the feud has to end soon because the public will get annoyed.] [In phone interview today, voice of TRUMP - says Rosie is a loser who was resurrected by Barbara Walters, who is not a fan of Rosie; states Rosie has a death wish & will fail; states Rosie is calling him a pimp in her blog; comments on Miss USA's problems & his giving her a second chance & Rosie went crazy; calls Rosie a liar for saying he went bankrupt.]

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