• Introducing the Trump Hotel, Casino and Candidate: Mitt Romney

    Donald TrumpAre you an undecided Michigan primary voter? Are you torn between the social conservatism of Rick Santorum and economic savvy of Mitt Romney?

    Well sit back, relax and let Donald Trump tell you whom to vote for

    Mitt Romney's campaign deployed an automated phone call from Trump Wednesday in Michigan, a state that has become a must-win for the former Massachusetts governor. Trump also recorded a Michigan radio ad for Romney…

    On the call, Trump says he's tired of Santorum "pretending" to be the outsider in the race. Trump says the former Pennsylvania senator has been entrenched in the Washington culture for decades. Trump calls Romney a good man who is working hard.

    Here at Indecision, we weren't able to get an actual transcript of the Trump robo-call, but this is probably what it says…

    Hello, fellow billionaires, millionaires, and less wealthy people whose existence remains an abstract concept to me. I’m calling you today from my luxury suite at the beautiful Trump Taj Mahal Hotel and Casino for an important message about the Republican primary.

    You're probably saying to yourself, "I think I know who I want to vote for, but I need to know what the host of Celebrity Apprentice (Sundays at 9/8 Central on NBC) thinks." Well, I'll tell you: I'm voting for Mitt Romney. He exemplifies the three guiding principles—or as I call them, brain diamonds—that I use to maintain my very successful, very exclusive lifestyle: Money, Classiness, and No Losers.

    So remember, when you're at the voting booth next Tuesday, don't go with your heart or your brain. Go with your Trump, and vote for Mitt Romney. Then watch my show Celebrity Apprentice, Sundays at 9/8 Central on NBC.

    Photo by Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    Tags: Donald Trump, Michigan, Mitt Romney, Primaries, Republicans, Television


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