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Donald Trump Mocks Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy Breakup

October 27, 2012 (5:50 am) GMT
The 'Celebrity Apprentice' judge posts a mocking tweet of 'Re: Taylor and Conor--great news for Taylor!' after the young couple reportedly split.

Not only does follow political and business news but he also keeps tab on the latest celebrity gossips. In one of his recent tweets, he mocked 's breakup with Conor Kennedy. "Re: Taylor and Conor--great news for Taylor!" he tweeted.

Taylor and Conor started dating over the summer and reportedly split amicably earlier this fall. "It's been over a month since they've even seen each other. With her promotion for '', she has no time off until the end of the year," a source told Us Weekly.

Trump previously gave advice to after hearing about his reconciliation with . "Robert Pattinson should not take back Kristen Stewart," he wrote. "She cheated on him like a dog & will do it again - just watch. He can do much better!"

"" judge also targeted "" show in another tweet. "The TODAY Show should call me about who to put on the show - I know more about people who get ratings than anyone," he dissed the NBC morning show.

Trump previously offered President Barack Obama a $5 million check for charity in exchange of his college and passport records. "It's not a publicity stunt, it's a serious, very serious offer," he told on CNN when responding to the critics.

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