Frank Sinatra once told Donald Trump to “go f*** himself”

FRANK SINATRA said Donald Trump could “go f*** himself” after Trump tried to pay the legendary Singer less money to perform at a casino opening.

the incident is said to have taken place in 1990 after the property baron took over a casino in Atlantic City, USA.

Donald Trump, Ivana Trump, and Frank Sinatra in 1988.

The revelation has been made in a 2017 book by the singer’s former manager, Elie Weisman, who said the incident took place in 1990 at Trump’s Atlantic City casino

According to Weisman, he had a deal in place with the new venue’s operator Mark Grossinger Etess, who died in a helicopter crash before they could cross the T’s and dot the I’s. That’s when The Donald got involved.

Trump, started new negotiations and said the cost of the 12-date performance at his Taj Mahal was a “little rich”, reported the New York Daily News.

He also said he didn’t want the performance to include planned supporting acts Sammy Davis Jr, who had just been diagnosed with cancer, and duo Steve and Eydie.

Trump poses in his Trump Tower office on a giant letter “T” in 1996. (TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)

Weisman then told Sinatra what had taken place at the meeting to which the hit singer replied that he could tell Trump to “go f*** himself” or that he give the businessman’s phone number so the crooner could do it himself.

Weisman said he returned to Trump’s office and told him: “Sinatra says ‘go f*** yourself'”.

Sinatra, who sold 150 million records worldwide, agreed to perform at the Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas instead.

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