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The Trump-Kushner baby is on the way!

Donald Donald is gonna be a grandpa again! His daughter Ivanka Trump is expecting her first child with husband, New York newspaper publisher Jared Kushner.

Rachel Uchitel signs up for ‘Rehab’; Donald Trump thinks it’s a mistake

Rachel Uchitel’s involvement in the Tiger Woods infidelity scandal got her to make newspaper headlines several times over the past year. Her new found fame has landed the party planner a place on the upcoming season of Celebrity Rehab.

Tiger-Elin divorce happening? Trump says 'yes', source says '100%'

Tiger Woods’ rumored divorce is definitely happening! Yes, at least according to the golf icon’s good friend, Donald Trump. Also a family source confirmed to that a divorce between Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren is "100% happening."

Enraged Ivana Trump escorted off the plane

Palm Beach, Fla., December 27 -- Belligerence cost one of Palm Beach's most famous residents, Ivana Trump, dearly. The first ex-wife of billionaire Donald Trump, blasphemed children on a plane because they were running and screaming.

Ivanka Trump ready for her N.J. wedding

Somerville, N.J. -- Ivanka Trump, daughter of real estate mogul Donald Trump, says she is anxiously awaiting her upcoming wedding in Bedminster, N.J.

The 27-year-old Trump admits she had her ideal wedding planned out in her head long before she got engaged to New York Observer publisher Jared Kushner, reported Friday.

"I've always envisioned myself having a traditional and elegant wedding, even before the engagement," she said.

Ivanka Trump said all of that anticipation has made her nervous while awaiting her private wedding ceremony Sunday at Trump National Golf Club.

Pranksters use statues to fight Trump

Edinburgh, Scotland, Sept. 24: Protesters angered by developer Donald Trump's planned golf resort in Scotland decorated statues Thursday with golf clubs and anti-Trump slogans.

The Greyfriars Bobby statue in Edinburgh, a tribute to the faithful Skye terrier that spent years at its master's grave, sported a wig dressed in Trump's signature style, The Scotsman reported.

James Clerk Maxwell, the great physicist, Scottish philosopher David Hume and poet Robert Fergusson wore Donald Trump masks. In Aberdeen, statues of Robert Burns, Queen Victoria and her consort, Prince Albert, were targeted.

The Menie Liberation Front took credit for the action, saying it hoped to show how Trump plans to "walk over Scotland" with his resort.

Donald Trump intends to repossess casinos

New Jersey, Aug 5: Real estate magnate Donald Trump has his eyes on Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc (TRMPQ.PK). However, what stands between him and his dream are the bondholders of the bankrupt casino.

Donald Trump libel case dismissed

CAMDEN, N.J., July 16 (UPI) -- A New Jersey judge said Donald Trump failed to convince her an author's estimate of his net worth at under $250 million was done out of malice.

Author Timothy O'Brien's book, "Trump Nation: The Art of Being Donald," estimated Trump was worth between $150 million and $250 million, The New York Times reported Thursday.

Trump sued, asking for $5 billion in damages. Publicly, Trump has claimed his is worth a far greater than a quarter of a billion dollars.

Superior Court Judge Michele Fox in Camden, N.J., dismissed the case, saying Trump did not present "clear and convincing evidence to establish malice."

Trump complained that "the libel laws in this country have never been fair. We proved our case 100 percent."

Trump buys WWE's 'Raw' franchise

Stamford, Conn. -- World Wrestling Entertainment Tuesday announced the sale of its "Monday Night RAW" program on USA Network to Donald Trump.

The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Trump is to make his first live appearance as the new owner of the "RAW" franchise Monday.
"This was an offer I couldn't refuse," WWE Chairman Vince McMahon said in a statement.

Tavern on the Green bidding light

New York -- Some of the restaurant world's biggest names say they backed away from submitting bids for one of the highest-grossing U.S. restaurants.

To qualify for bidding on a 20-year lease for New York's Tavern on the Green, restaurateurs were required to submit a proposal and a $50,000 certified check to the city by Monday, The New York Times reported.

But noteworthy potential bidders Donald Trump, Danny Meyer, the Cipriani family and David Liederman reviewed their options and decided not to bid, the New York Post reported Tuesday.

"I ran the numbers with my accountants, and there was no way to make this work in the middle of a depression," said Lieberman, who used to run Chez Louis in New York.