05:26 PM EDT 08/23/2016
Originally posted 08/22/2016 05:20PM
Before he was named the 2016 Republican presidential nominee, Trump was considering a 2012 bid and reportedly wanted to continue to host reality show The Apprentice if he made it all the way to the Oval Office, according to a June Vanity Fair article.
Originally posted 06/15/2016 03:30PM
[YOUTUBE "GnBkIstNk4I"] Get this girl on the comedy circuit stat!
Originally posted 05/19/2016 09:55PM
Donald Trump's comments about The Apprentice are coming back to haunt him.
Former Apprentice Contestants Denounce Donald Trump: He's Running a Campaign of 'Racism, Violence and Hate'
Originally posted 04/14/2016 12:05PM
Some of Donald Trump's former Apprentice candidates say he's not "worthy of becoming president of the United States."
Originally posted 09/23/2015 01:10PM
Having worked alongside his father, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, for the past 10 years, Eric Trump says he knows that his dad will turn the country around.
"I think my father will be a very direct president, to say the least," Eric, 31, told PEOPLE at the Ninth Annual Eric Trump Foundation Golf Invitational & Auction Dinner, which raised more than $2.2 million for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Z100 radio star Elvis Duran hosted the evening, and former Celebrity Apprentice star and comedian Gilbert Gottfried performed.
"My father is saying what everybody thinks, but is afraid to," says Eric, who works with his brother, Donald, Jr., 37, and his sister, Ivanka, 33, at The Trump Organization. "He is a straight shooter. He has a personality that's larger than life. He is smart, charismatic and pragmatic. He built a great company. He would do an incredible job as the leader of this nation. I think that a lot of nonsense that goes on will end in about two seconds. We're so proud of him."
Originally posted 08/13/2015 03:35PM
A month and a half after NBC announced it would no longer be airing the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants following Donald Trump's controversial comments about Mexican immigrants, the network has opened up about cutting ties with the presidential hopeful.
"He is a lovely guy. He was very much of a collaborator and worked with us closely on Celebrity Apprentice and is a really effusive great guy," said NBC entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt when asked about their working relationship with Trump at the Television Critics Association press tour Thursday. "We weren't in any adversarial position. We had no controversies. He had his own personal controversies. It was a congenial, really great relationship."
Originally posted 07/01/2015 11:40AM
Move over, Donald Trump.
A surprising contender just threw his hat in the ring to replace the real estate tycoon on TV. Lord Alan Sugar, a prominent English businessman, says he "would like the challenge" of hosting the The Apprentice in the United States.
The Brit expressed his desire to take the reins on Twitter in response to suggestions that he would make a "perfect replacement." Sugar already fronts the U.K. version of The Apprentice on BBC.
Originally posted 01/13/2015 12:50PM
He may have found fame in Beverly Hills, 90210, but Ian Ziering has set his sights on another zip code these days. Ziering relocated to New York City to vie for the title on Donald Trump's Celebrity
Apprentice. Besides being a clothing entrepreneur – though he's also Chippendales-approved and ready for any tasks that require shirtlessness – Ziering has one major edge one his opponents: Have they ever faced off against a throng of sharks? That is, not in the boardroom …
Follow Ziering on Twitter and check back for his exclusive blog posts on PEOPLE.com after each episode of The Celebrity Apprentice.
Cosmopolitan ProjectFor the teams' fourth task, we had to come up with a four-page health and fitness layout layout for Cosmopolitan. Having Terrell Owens and Johnny Damon on our team really helped focus us on what we needed, content-wise. We also used our athletes as fitness models.
Geraldo Rivera modeled, too. With his infamous "selfie at 70" from last summer, he's feeling quite confident these days.
Originally posted 01/05/2015 11:15AM
The various allegations of sexual abuse currently being leveled against Bill Cosby made Sunday's premiere of Celebrity Apprentice a little awkward, to say the least.
Keshia Knight Pulliam, best known for her role as the adorable Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show, was the first to get fired from Donald Trump's newest team of Celebrity Apprentice hopefuls.
As project manager, it was Pulliam's responsibility to ensure that her female-driven team – which included Housewives Brandi Glanville and Kenya Moore – raised more money for charity than their male opponents, led by Geraldo Rivera.
Originally posted 01/04/2015 08:00PM
While Joan Rivers may have been known for a fairly caustic wit, her upcoming appearance on the new season of Celebrity Apprentice proved to Donald Trump and the rest of the cast and crew that she wasn't all sharp edges behind the scenes.
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