It looks like Donald Trump has landed himself a new gig.
In addition to his NBC reality show "Celebrity Apprentice" and Monday appearances on Fox News' "Fox & Friends," Trump now has a regular segment on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
TVNewser reported that Trump now has a weekly segment on "Squawk Box" titled "Trump Tuesdays." The segment is accompanied with snazzy graphics and allows Trump to opine on issues regarding the economy, politics, business and more. The CNBC show competes in the same time slot as "Fox & Friends." The show is co-hosted by "Too Big To Fail" author Andrew Ross Sorkin as well as Becky Quick and Joe Kernen.
During Trump's Monday appearances on "Fox & Friends," the business mogul typically discusses politics and the GOP primary election. This past week, Trump also discussed the recent cancellation of Rosie O'Donnell's nightly talk show on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Trump, who has made his disdain for O'Donnell quite clear in the past, harshly said that he was not surprised by the news because "Rosie fails at everything."
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