The Donald-David feud continues to heat up, this time with fire coming from Trump's end.
Donald Trump shot back at David Letterman after the late night host publicly accused Trump of making racist comments toward President Obama during an on-air chat with Dr. Phil. In a letter to Letterman, Trump wrote that he was cancelling his May 18 appearance on Late Night, among other things.
The New York Post is reporting that Trump's letter to Letterman not only served as a cancellation notification, but as a tongue-lashing.
"I was disappointed to hear the statements you made about me last night on your show that I was a 'racist,'" Trump wrote. "In actuality, nothing could be further from the truth and there is nobody who is less of a racist than Donald Trump. Based upon your statements, and despite the fact that we have always done so well together, especially in your ratings, I am canceling my May 18th appearance on your show."
And if that wasn't enough, Trump also wrote that he wouldn't be doing a Top Ten list that was in the works. "Please inform your staff that I will likewise not do the 'top ten' list that they had been trying to set up," he says in the letter.
Last week, Letterman said about Trump: "If he comes back on this show, and I am not sure we want him back on this show under these circumstances, he ought to be prepared to apologize just for that kind of behavior."
Looks like Donald won't be coming back on "Late Show" to apologize any time soon.
"Saturday Night Live" may be off the list as well. The Trumpster also directed his ire toward Seth Myers, who hosted the White House Correspondents' Dinner and cracked wise about the mogul.
"Seth Meyers has no talent," Trump was quoted by The New York Times. "He fell totally flat. In fact, I thought Seth's delivery was so bad that he hurt himself."