Donald Trump can’t fire the man protesting his relationship with Macy’s, but the Apprentice star might have sights on suing him.Angelo Carusone was the guy behind Dump Rush, which convinced over 100 advertisers to drop Rush Limbaugh's show after his infamous Sandra Fluke comments. His focus on Donald Trump is clearly having an effect—not just the original protest, but the fact that Carusone released the threatening letter.
Trump attorney Alan Garten has sent a cease and desist letter to Angelo Carusone, organizer of the online campaign Dump Trump, and threatened to seek damages of “not less than” $25 million if the protest continues, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.
"The guy’s desperate for media attention -- the guy's a loser," [Trump's lawyer] says, adding that the protest has had no negative effect on the sales of Trump merchandise at Macy's.So do you send a loser desperate for media attention a letter threatening a $25 million dollar lawsuit if the protest is really not having an effect?
Trump outed himself as a full-fledged loon last year, and he's intent on proving to the world that there was nothing temporary about that insanity.
Sign the petition asking Macy's to sever business ties with Trump over his sexist and racially charged rhetoric that is in direct conflict with the Macy’s family-based brand and image. That, and the fact that the clinically insane are really poor spokespeople for pretty much anything.