Donald Trump isn't one to hold back—or let bygones be bygones.
".@Cher attacked @MittRomney. She is an average talent who is out of touch with reality," Trump, 65, wrote. "Like @Rosie O'Donnell, a total loser!"
Where's all the animosity coming from?
The Trump/Cher feud stemmed from the "Believe" singer tweeting—and then deleting—some harsh remarks about presidential hopeful Mitt Romney: "If ROMNEY gets elected I don't know if I can breathe same air as Him & his Right Wing Racist Homophobic Women Hating Tea Bagger Masters."
Cher quickly apologized to her followers for her rant. "Sorry 4 bringing Wrath of Kahn Lovelies," she tweeted Tuesday. "Feelings [are one] thing but no right 2 let mean spirit run free! Anger in heart made me turn back on Luv"
She clarified that while she was "not sorry [for her] feelings" she "was not kind." Cher even admitted to one fan she was "a hater" and said that "its not right 2 express anger in hate speech & feel good about yourself!"
As of Thursday morning, Cher had yet to respond to Trump's dis.
O'Donnell, however, was quick to fire back. "He returns - like a raging herpes rash," she tweeted, responding to a follower who commented on Trump's seemingly unprovoked slam. "He wants me … He needs me - he is obsessed … like a grandpa stalker," she told another user.
When asked if something happened to reignite her longstanding feud with Trump, O'Donnell responded, "[Out of the] total blue - when he needs publicity - he calls me names - fat - loser - "degenerate" - low class - Such a special guy."