Martha Stewart calls Donald Trump “juvenile,” “evil,” “unethical” and “immoral”

It’s volley six in the epic war of the larger-than-life Apprentice CEOs (previous rounds: 1 and 2, 3 and 4, and 5). And it’s getting even more juveinile; at this rate, they’ll be throwing sand into each other’s eyes by March 1.

After Donald Trump continued to rip her, Martha Stewart went on her daughter Alexis’ Sirius radio show, where she called Trump “juvenile,” “evil,” “unethical” and “immoral,” among other things. According to Rush and Molloy, Martha said, “Donald is not a normal businessman. Remember Donald was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.”

Alexis had a better line: “Or up his ass.” Responding to that later, Trump said, “Nice. What a crude statement. But then Alexis is used to making crude statements. Too bad she couldn’t put two words together on her mother’s show. She was terrible.”

Martha then called him “a spoiled brat,” and later said, “I don’t think serious investors listen to Donald Trump, actually.” At the end of Martha’s appearance, Alexis asked her, “You’re not busy riding around town seeing if your name is polished properly on the front of all the buildings you don’t really own?” Trump, of course, defended those named buildings to Rush and Molloy. “I do too own the buildings!” he said.

Martha looks ready to bury hatchet – right in Donald [New York Daily News]

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