Donald Trump threatens to sue ‘Dump Trump’ campaigners

Getty Images File PhotoDonald Trump is threatening to sue a man who is campaigning to remove his menswear line from Macy's.

Getty Images File PhotoDonald Trump is threatening to sue a man who is campaigning to remove his menswear line from Macy's.

Donald Trump appears to be taking the Scientology route by suing the living crap out of anyone who disses him. This time it’s the man behind the petition asking to have Trump’s line of menswear pulled from Macy’s.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Trump is threatening to sue for $25 million in damages if the protest continues. Hmm … maybe someone who wants to be president should re-acquaint himself with the First Amendment?

Just an idea.

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