Trump slams 'B-actor' with 'no mojo'

Lena Dunham was not the only star to come into Trump's cross hairs.

April 26, 2016 16:01
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Republican US presidential candidate Donald Trump

Republican US presidential candidate Donald Trump . (photo credit: REUTERS)


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Republican presidential contender Donald Trump fired back on Tuesday at actress and TV writer Lena Dunham after she commented that she would move to Canada were Trump elected, internet publication The Hill reported on Tuesday. 

"She's a B-actor," Trump said in an interview with cable media outlet Fox News. "[She] has no mojo."

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Dunham drew Trump's ire when she said earlier this week at a public event that she could get her work done in Vancouver, and while others had toted the idea of moving were Trump elected, in Dunham's words, "I really will."

Dunham was not the only star to come into Trump's cross hairs. In the same interview Trump made disparaging statements against Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O'Donnell, who had publicly voiced similar distaste for the real estate magnate.

"We'll get rid of Rosie...Now I have to get elected, because I'll be doing a great service to our country," Trump said, after having made similar remarks about Goldberg.

The Republican front-runner also used his interview with Fox to criticize former secretary of state Hillary Clinton for "playing the women card."

Trump referred to his competitor across the aisle as "crooked Hillary," and accused her of pandering for the female vote. 

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