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Donald Trump Clashes With Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Over Giant ‘TRUMP’ Sign

June 17, 2014 by staff 

Donald Trump Clashes With Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Over Giant ‘TRUMP’ Sign, According to an article recently published by Malaysian Digest, New York real estate billionaire and entertainment industry mogul, Donald Trump, has been asked to change a gigantic sign which highlights his famous last name in unashamedly gross and public fashion.

It seems that Mr. Trump, who has never been shy when it comes to promoting himself, his name, or his brand, took the extremely immodest measure of adding a gigantic sign to the outside exterior of his famous Chicago area palace, the Trump International Hotel and Tower. The sign is not only gaudy, it is simply massive. It is a full 6 meters (nearly 20 feet) tall, and is lit up by bright LED lights.

Perhaps not coincidentally, Trump has incurred the publicly expressed wrath of Rahm Emmanuel, the outspoken mayor of Chicago who is also a key ally of one of Donald Trump’s sworn enemies – President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama himself. The mayor himself is said to despise and detest the immodest addition to the outside of the already boastfully named Trump Hotel. According to Mayoral spokeswoman Kelley Quinn, Emmanuel “believes this is an architecturally tasteful building scarred by an architecturally tasteless sign”.

Of course, Donald Trump has taken to international media to proclaim otherwise. He, among many others, has already pointed out that the sign is smaller than the even more massive monolith that he had originally planned to decorate the edifice of the building. The original sign was nearly 20 percent larger, and would have been even more inescapable.

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