Donald Trump's Obama 'Bombshell' Draws Mockery

Trump Expands "Celebrity Apprentice"

NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice" returns Feb. 12 for its fifth cycle -- and 12th overall in The Apprentice franchise -- upping the number of contestants (to 18) and episodes (to 15). "It's hard to top the past few seasons, but we think we've done it," Donald Trump tells THR of his new cast.

The real estate magnate and reality TV host delivered a $5 million offer to President Obama on Wednesday, and immediately received plenty of backlash.

After teasing for days a "bombshell" about President Obama that could change the face of the presidential race, Donald Trump's certainly created an immediate buzz with his big announcement. It just wasn't quite the reaction he was looking for.

Trump, who has long professed skepticism as to Obama's roots even after the president produced his "long form" birth certificate, on Wednesday said in a YouTube video that he was willing to pay up to see the commander in chief's other personal documents.

"If Barack Obama opens up and gives his college records and applications and if he gives his passport applications and records, I will give to a charity of his choice… a check, immediately, for $5 million," he said.

Instantly, the mocking began. Here's a sampling of Hollywood's take on the event: