Donald Trump, Miss California Carrie Prejean

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UPDATE: blogger Nik Richie tells E! News that, despite Carrie Prejean's claim that there's only one controversial photo of her floating around, he can confirm that his website (which scored the first scandalous pic) is in possession of more images—and he intends to post them.

"The other pics are a little bit more risky," Richie says.

They say a picture—or in this case, pictures—are worth a thousand words. Especially if Donald Trump is the person doing the talking.

Never one to shy away from sharing his thoughts, the real estate mogul talked about the whole Miss California photo scandal during a call in to Ryan Seacrest's morning radio show on Wednesday…

As the owner of the Miss USA franchise, Trump said the alleged racy shots of Carrie Prejean are heading his way so that he can review them and determine if they are grounds for her to lose that coveted sash.

"They're sending me the photos now, and we have to make a decision, but from what I'm hearing, they're not so bad," The Donald told Ryan, before slyly pointing out: "And her body does look good."

"She's a beautiful girl," he continued. "And I'm not sure if, in the end, is this going to help her or hurt her? I think maybe it helps her. I don't think she realizes that."

While Trump intends to come to a resolution "probably today or tomorrow," he's clearly into it all. Between this, Prejean's other scandalous moment and, lest we forget, Celebrity Apprentice—"Joan Rivers' controversy on poker players"—he said it has definitely made for "an amazing period of time!"

—Additional reporting by Whitney English


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