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Donald Trump Has Been Gifting Fake Diamond Cufflinks for Years

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Appraiser says they’re merely “bad zirconias.”

At least three people – Charlie Sheen among them – have come forward to accuse Donald Trump of giving them fake diamond cufflinks that Trump maintained were the real deal, The New York Post reports. The article quotes Sheen from an appearance he made on “The Graham Norton Show” (video below, but be aware of the graphic language) in which he recalls receiving a wedding gift from Trump while at a restaurant five years ago:

Sheen: “[Trump] says, ‘These are platinum diamond Harry Winston,’ and he pulls off his cufflinks, and he gives them to me.”

Six months later, Sheen took the cufflinks to an appraiser.

“She took [her magnifying] loupe, spent about four seconds and kind of recoiled from it,” Sheen explains. “She says, ‘In their finest moment, this is cheap pewter and bad zirconias.’ And they’re stamped ‘Trump.’”

Trump is alleged to have pulled off the ruse at least two other times, according to the report.

Read more at The New York Post

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