Donald Trump loves to dish it out, but now that President Obama is taking in the congrats on getting Bin Laden what is The Donald to do right now but turn his fight against someone else -- that someone is David Letterman.
During a taping of The Late Show on Thursday night in which Dr. Phil was Letterman's guest, the talk show host took to bashing The Donald saying,
"My point is it's all fun, it's all circus, it's all a rodeo, until it starts to smack of racism," he said. "And then it's no longer fun... I have heard enough really smart people to convince me that yes, that is very, very insulting... How can you say things like that if you're not a racist?"
Letterman has had Trump on his show several times over the years, but if he were to ever return Letterman would expect an apology from Trump to President Obama.
Trump sent Letterman a letter in response to his criticism,
"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."
A long list of celebs have spoken out against Trump and his comments, that list includes Seth Meyers, Jerry Seinfeld, Bill Maher, and Robert De Niro.
Something tells us we haven't seen the last of this.