Donald Trump has finally decided to pull out the big guns and run for president. According to The Daily Beast, the camera-happy Wharton grad has toyed with the idea of running in the past, but this time he really means business (see: finger-pointing picture).
Once he finishes up with this season of Celebrity Apprentice, Trump will have more time to focus on his platform, which so far includes promoting the death penalty and hating on China, as well as a number of criticisms of the current president. Rather than slamming any political “flip-flopping” of Democrats, however, he finds more fault with Obama’s sandals of the same name:
I wouldn’t be wearing flip-flops. I don’t like it. I don’t think that is what the president is supposed to be representing. You will not see me wearing flip-flops.
And there you have it. The Donald has spoken, and we’ll certainly be hearing a lot more from him, both on The Apprentice and on the campaign trail. New reality show idea: Huntsman v. Trump, in a series of challenges leading up to the epic showdown for Republican presidential candidate and ultimate King of Wharton? It’s got some kinks to work out, but it has a definite ring to it.