Apparently tracking down President Obama's birth certificate and running a reality TV show aren't enough to keep Donald Trump busy, because his penchant for writing nastygrams to writers of less-than-flattering articles about him is getting downright habitual. "We, too, are recent beneficiaries of Trump’s editorial suggestions," writes Vanity Fair blogger Juli Weiner, the Donald's latest target. "Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter received a packet of documents from Trump containing a print-out of a VF Daily blog post, several articles concerning the ratings of Celebrity Apprentice and Trump’s presidential aspirations, and a debossed “DONALD J. TRUMP” note card of surprisingly thin paper stock." Zing.
Weiner's mug wasn't there for Trump to label "the Face of a Dog!," but her byline does get a "bad writer!" Trump goes on to quibble with his relevance, the vastness of his real estate empire, and the size of his fortune. Click through to see the marked-up printout at Vanity Fair. Ken Layne over at Wonkette has a decidedly less flattering take on Trump's latest literary effort, for which he should start checking his mailbox. (Read more Donald Trump stories.)