Beyonce's Sister Solange Responds to Donald Trump's Hurricane Sandy Tweet
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Donald Trump is not one to keep his mouth shut. Last week, the 66-year-old tyrant made a PSA offering President Barack Obama $5 million to donate to a charity in exchange for his college and passport records and applications. As expected, the President ignored the gratuitous nonsense. Now, Trump is back with a new rant which concerns the vicious Hurricane Sandy.
"Hurricane is good luck for Obama again- he will buy the election by handing out billions of dollars," Trump tweeted.
The statement caused a stir among the Twitterverse. Devoted Obama supporter Solange Knowles made sure to give Trump a piece of her mind. "Have one. A seat. Any seat. @realDonaldTrump," the 26-year-old singer tweeted. Knowles' big sister Beyonce has publicly endorsed the President. Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z previously hosted a fundraiser dinner for Obama's reelection campaign. The 31-year-old songstress has even (allegedly) dropped out of Clint Eastwood's anticipated film, "A Star is Born," due to conflicting political views.
Still, Trump kept on with his rant. "Not only giving out money, but Obama will be seen today standing in water and rain like he is a real President - don't fall for it," he tweeted.
"I always said Obama is lucky for himself but unlucky for the country. The storm could be very good for him as he will stand in the rain doing nothing but with the cameras rolling," Trump tweeted.
Solange responded to the above tweet with, "Since when is a hurricane good luck for anyone? How insensitive to say regarding a time with so much distress and agony."
Trump ignored Solange's responses and continued his tirade. "Because of the hurricane, I am extending my 5 million dollar offer for President Obama's favorite charity until 12PM on Thursday," he tweeted. Adding, "Maybe Obama should donate my $5M to the families of the 17 who have lost loved ones during the storm?"
Maybe Trump himself should just donate the $5 million to the families in need. People have lost their homes and loved ones in the deadly storm. At a time like this, is it the "Obama deal" really necessary for him to do a good deed?© 2013 Fashion & Style.com All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Nov 01, 2012 01:37 AM EDT