Donald Trump On Twitter: Starbucks #TrumpCup Trends As Fox News ‘OBJECTified: Donald Trump’ Special Aired Friday, November 18 [Video]

Donald Trump’s Twitter account is getting plenty of attention, not only because of a Starbucks #TrumpCup hashtag that’s trending, but also because of a one-hour Fox News special called OBJECTified: Donald Trump, which airs on Friday, November 18. As seen in the below video snippet from OBJECTified: Donald Trump, Harvey Levin of TMZ fame spoke of the impetus for the show’s concept and the very reasoning behind the OBJECTified name.

Levin revealed he was interested in doing an OBJECTified show or a series of OBJECTified shows on a famous person — but not by sitting on a sofa and talking to folks like Mr. Trump or Hillary Clinton, but by walking around their homes and looking at objects as a jumping-off point for personal conversations. Clinton said no to OBJECTified, Trump said yes to OBJECTified: Donald Trump.

There were a bunch of things that left Levin stunned when he interviewed President-elect Trump. The Mr. Trump revealed in OBJECTified: Donald Trump is completely different from the image that Mr. Trump has projected on the campaign trail, states Harvey.

In OBJECTified: Donald Trump, viewers will see the new leader of the free world speak of Mr. Trump’s fears — and portray a vulnerable side to the upcoming Commander-in-Chief.

Levin was shocked to learn that business school wasn’t Mr. Trump’s first choice. Instead, the soon-to-be President Trump wanted to make movies and planned to attend the University of Southern California’s famous film school. However, the guy who was helping Mr. Trump get into USC needed to move to New York — and the man was so impressed with the way Mr. Trump negotiated his real estate deal, Mr. Trump ended up in real estate when the man advised President-elect Trump that movie-making was a hit-or-miss business, whereas real estate ventures seemed more secure.

Near Trump Tower [Image by Bebeto Matthews/AP Images]

OBJECTified: Donald Trump also delves into how much President-elect Trump is afraid of having a drink, because Mr. Trump is afraid he has the same addictive alcoholic gene that killed his brother, reports Levin in the above video snippet of OBJECTified: Donald Trump and Fox News interview with Levin about the special.

It’s interesting that the one who said yes to OBJECTified: Donald Trump also won the presidency, note the Fox News hosts in the above video. As such, at least one Fox News host believed OBJECTified: Donald Trump would win big ratings for the network on Friday night — seeing as though the OBJECTified: Donald Trump special was filmed in September — prior to Mr. Trump winning the presidency, but will air soon after Mr. Trump won the presidency. Levin said he wasn’t sure how big of a ratings bonanza the OBJECTified: Donald Trump special would be for Fox News.


As seen in the above tweet, Mr. Trump sent out a tweet about the OBJECTified: Donald Trump special airing about his life to his Twitter followers.

That tweet quickly gained nearly 10,000 Twitter likes and more than 3,300 retweets in about 45 minutes for the 45th President of the U.S.

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Trump Tower [Image by Bebeto Matthews/AP Images]

In the OBJECTified: Donald Trump special Mr. Trump will speak about his father — as seen in the above video — and how he sent his son to military boarding school in order to shape him up and give him discipline.

Meanwhile, “Operation #TrumpCup” is also trending on Twitter, as seen in the below popular tweet.


The tweet urged folks to go to Starbucks and tell the baristas therein that his or her name is Trump — and if they refuse (what exactly they might be denied is not clear), to film video of the incident.

With a photo of a Starbucks red Christmas cup with Trump written on it, the tweet has gone viral.

Apparently, the melee started because of the below video of a Starbucks customer allegedly getting refused when he asked for the name Trump to be written on his cup.

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