Donald Trump's Christmas greeting is yet another shameless self-promotion intended to fool people into thinking he's still politically and personally relevant.
Donald Trump Pretends He's Still Relevant
December 19, 2014

There's Donald Trump's Christmas greeting to us all. "President Obama, You're Fired!"

Because we really care about what The Donald thinks, right?

Of course, that Christmas card is intended to convey the idea that Donald Trump is relevant and planning to run for the 2016 nomination.

The Inquisitr:

Donald Trump’s reality show, Celebrity Apprentice, returns in January for it’s seventh season, but it’s possible that it may be the celebrity mogul’s last year hosting the show on NBC. Of course, that’s if Trump decides to run for president in the 2016 election.

“The Donald” has contemplated running for president before, so his current chatter about a 2016 bid for the White House may not be taken seriously until he actually confirms it. Trump tells CNN that he intends to make a decision this Spring — but he’s not sure which month — stating that he will decide in “March, April or May.”

We've seen this show before. It's all a big tease so he can negotiate for more money and little more. That, and possibly also a way to pimp his new hotel located on Pennsylvania Avenue. No more, no less.

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