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Donald Trump Says He 'Can't Rule Out' Late Presidential Run

Now that another season of 'Celebrity Apprentice' has concluded, how will Donald Trump stay in the news?

For starters, Trump says, even though he announced that he won't be running for president in 2012, he may change his mind.

"Who knows if I did the right thing," Trump told Fox News' 'Fox & Friends' on Monday. "I am not seeing a lot out of the Republican candidates."

"I can't rule out anything. The country is so important. It's so vital that we choose the right person, and at this moment, I don't see that person."

"I really think the right candidate can win this election because things in this country are going very badly."

"I believe I could have won. I believe Mike Huckabee could have won. I was a little surprised he got out."

Fox claimed in the appearance that Trump was offered $60 million per year to do two more seasons of 'The Apprentice'.

May 24, 2011 |

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