Who Said It Donald Trump or Lucille Bluth?
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Who Said It Donald Trump or Lucille Bluth?

It’s Donald’s Arrested Development.

Who Said It Donald Trump or Lucille Bluth?

Lucille Bluth is the matriarch of the Bluth family from the award-winning show Arrested Development. Donald Trump, as you probably know, is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. These two are surprisingly very alike, most notably in the things they say. Let's see if you can tell who said what.

“The beauty of me is that I'm very rich.”

This one's easy, Trump said it. But honestly I can see Lucille saying this too.

"They're building a wall to separate the US from the immigrants, which was my idea!"

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This was said by Lucille. Surprising I know, considering that building a wall has been one of Trump's biggest campaign promises.

"If you're worried about criticism, sometimes a diet is the best defense."

This was Lucille. But given Trump's tendency to attack people's looks this sounds like him.

“The point is; you can never be too greedy”

This is Donald Trump. The quote can be found in his book The Art of the Deal.

“I have so many fabulous friends who happen to be gay, but I am a traditionalist.”

This very Lucille-like quote comes from Donald Trump.

“I don't understand the question and I won't respond to it.”

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This comes from Lucille and frankly this sounds like a great way to avoid answering questions during a debate so maybe Trump will use this someday.

“I fully understand why her former husband left her for a man, he made a good decision.”

Trump said this about Huffington Post founder Ariana Huffington. But it sounds like something Lucille would say about one of her "friends."

"They didn't sneak into this country to be your friends"

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Lucille said this, but be on the lookout for this line in one of Trump's future speeches when he announces Lucille as his running mate.

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