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With show renewed, Donald Trump officially ends fake campaign to run for President

Donald Trump has announced that he has ended his fake campaign to run for President. Trump began this fake campaign a few weeks ago when ratings for his NBC series The Celebrity Apprentice began to decline. With news that NBC has renewed the show — and would have aired it with or without him — Trump now has the go-ahead to end his fake campaign.

Trump’s poll numbers also collapsed in recent weeks after he got embarrassed by President Obama and comedian Seth Meyers at the White House Correspondence dinner. Trump went from leading the Republican field with 26% in April to a embarrassing fifth place 8% a month later. He would have gotten crushed by President Obama, regardless.

Trump never intended to run for President. Never. It was all an act.

The joke that is Trump can now continue next season on The Celebrity Apprentice.

If you want to read Trump’s statement, click over the jump.

Continue reading With show renewed, Donald Trump officially ends fake campaign to run for President

NBC Renews Celebrity Apprentice

celebrityapprentices8cast-042909NBC has renewed the Donald Trump series Celebrity Apprentice for another season.  NBC says the new season will kick off in spring 2010.

Season to date, The Celebrity Apprentice has performed well, especially in the key A18-49 demographic where it has averaged a 3.5 rating/9 share.  Overall, the show has averaged 8.6 million viewers.

“It’s a valuable franchise and proven competitor and we’re thrilled to have Mr. Trump and Mr. Burnett back to create another brilliant season,” said Paul Telegdy, Executive Vice President, Alternative Programming, NBC and Universal Media Studios.

“…I am greatly honored that NBC has renewed us for yet another season, our ninth.”

The full press release follows after the jump. Continue reading NBC Renews Celebrity Apprentice