WASHINGTON: Donald Trump has moved ahead with his plans to begin a homegrown revolution after Obama's re-election victory on Tuesday night, planning a "Million Toupee March" on the nation's capitol.
The normally loud-mouthed host of "Celebrity Apprentice" did not fail us this time around, tweeting: "He lost the popular vote by a lot and won the election. We should have a revolution in this country!" among many other statements made after the predicted winner was announced.
He later deleted his tirade from the twitterverse, but not after the media caught on. On the air of his show, Brian Williams said, "[Trump] has driven well past the last exit to relevance," prompting Trump to fire back at the first man to declare Obama the victor.
For once, however, The Donald might have some might behind his mouth. His march is scheduled for January 20th, the day before the Presidential inauguration. On his website, he calls for, "Every patriotic American who is dissatisfied with our broken system of democracy to join myself and others as we march to the doors of the Capitol to bring real change to this nation."
Underneath he gave the time, start location, and one final instruction, "Everyone wearing a fashionable toupee will receive a 'Celebrity Apprentice' button."
He will be joined by many of Romney's campaign aides, Sarah Palin, most of the Republican Senate as they filibuster everything until the 11th hour, prominent conservative members of Congress, and Karl Rove.
The march will be exclusively covered by FOX News.