Donald Trump, who is famously a big fan of the TV show “The Apprentice,” said the song “Boomers” was “a big hit” in the 1990s.
But a farmer disputed Trump’s claim.
The farmer’s rebuttal comes as the Republican Party is preparing to release a “list of 100-plus” new names to replace the ones it eliminated in the 2016 election.
“You don’t need to be an Apprentice to understand that it’s not about me, it’s about the country,” Trump said in a recent interview with “Fox & Friends.”
“Bummers, boomers, boom, boom-boom, boom!
That’s what boomers do.”
The farmer, whose name is being withheld, is a farmer who has operated his farm on land that was once part of the property of Trump’s mother, Gloria, and his father, Fred, who also owned it.
The land was purchased in 2004 for $10,000 and is now owned by Trump’s father-in-law.
Trump said the farmer was the first to buy the land from Trump, and he said the name “Bombers” was born out of the need for a catchy name.
“We were doing boomers and boomers for a long time.
That’s why we got the name ‘Bomers,'” Trump said.
“But we were also doing boom-bobs.”
“The name ‘bomber’ came from the boom-time.
It’s not even the best name.
I would like to think it’s the best.”
“Trump’s claim that he has ‘no recollection of’ the tune being used on The Apprentice is false.
He has been very vocal about his love of ‘The Boomerang’ and of ‘Bubblegum Bob,'” a spokesperson for Trump’s presidential campaign told Fox News.
“The ‘Boms’ song is used on every episode of ‘Celebrity Apprentice,’ which has aired on Fox News since 2009.”
The farm that Trump and his son, Donald Jr., have leased from the Trump Organization is owned by the Farm Security Administration and the USDA.
Trump’s son-in a-law, Fred Trump, was a contestant on “The Celebrity Apprentice” in 1999.
Trump did not respond to multiple requests for comment.