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Republican candidate in the 2010 race for U.S. Senator from Connecticut Linda McMahon, former World Wrestling Entertainment CEO, makes a campaign stop outside a polling location in Norwalk, Connecticut August 10, 2010.    REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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Yesterday, Linda McMahon and the WWE, the Linda and Vince McMahon entertainment conglomerate, were arguing over where a $5 million donation to Donald Trump's foundation came from, that $5 million being at issue because of The Donald's bizarre birther $5 million pledge.

Looks like they found the culprit for the big donation.

Vince McMahon stepped forward Thursday as the top donor to the Donald J. Trump Foundation, with a spokesman for the wrestling impresario’s company telling Hearst Newspapers that the WWE chief executive gave $5 million to the charity. [...]

WWE previously said that the Vincent and Linda McMahon Family Foundation gave the $5 million to Trump, who has long questioned Obama’s citizenship and eligibility to run for president.

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See, it's not from WWE, or the family foundation, where Linda McMahon makes the decisions. No, the story now is that Vince came up with this one all on his own. Sounds like he's going to have to look out for more groin kicks coming his way.

See, this is particularly problematic for the missus right now, because her election in blue Connecticut is hinging on her ability to tie herself to Obama. Being tied instead to the birther-in-chief is going to make that kind of difficult.

Let's just end McMahon's political ambitions here and now.

Please send Chris Murphy $3 on ActBlue.

Originally posted to Joan McCarter on Fri Oct 26, 2012 at 09:59 AM PDT.

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