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At The Last Word, we like to call these items, the “Page Six Story We Want To Be True.” These are the fruffy headlines that are just amazing.
Today’s New York Post narrows in on Oprah Winfrey and one of Donald Trump's most precious possessions: his hair. The paper read, "Oprah Winfrey wants to end her iconic show by getting her hands on Donald Trump's iconic hair.
We hear the Queen of Daytime Talk reached out to the "Apprentice" creator, along with a series of other big names, to come on for a makeover by top stylists on one of her last "Oprah" installments. According to sources, the e-mail invitation to Trump's office said, "The eyes of the world will be upon these episodes," given that "Oprah" will end its 25-year run in May. Sources told us the production team promised to let the real estate mogul promote "Celebrity Apprentice" and talk about his potential presidential bid. "Oprah" producers also vowed to treat Trump's makeover with "integrity" and "not let it become a joke or silly." Sources added that the invite noted, "This will become one of those historical television moments that will become iconic.
Donald's hair may be the only thing he hasn't changed for his current 15 minutes in the political spotlight.
On October 31, 1999 he told Fox News, "I'm totally pro-choice... I want to see the abortion issue removed from politics."
On February 14th of this year he told Fox News, "I'm pro-life. I think that's a big social."
On October 7th, 1999, he told Larry King, "I'm very liberal when it comes to health care."
Last month, he said, "I do not think it's constitutional." And now he says he thinks the health care reform legislation should be repealed.
Donald is smart enough to know with a record of flip-flops like that, he couldn't survive an hour on a Republican primary debate stage. He's not gonna run for President. And he's not gonna let Oprah touch his hair.