Donald Trump Goes on Twitter Rant, Calls for 'March on Washington' After Obama Wins Re-Election

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"Lets fight like hell and stop this great and disgusting injustice! The world is laughing at us," the "Celebrity Apprentice" star tweets.

You might say that Donald Trump is a little upset about the outcome of Tuesday's presidential election.

The real estate mogul and Celebrity Apprentice star, who has been extremely critical of President Obama, went on a tirade on Twitter after the commander-in-chief was declared the winner.

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He said Obama's win was a "disgusting injustice" and called on his followers to "march on Washington and stop this travesty." He also complained about the "divided" nation and said the electoral college is a "disaster for a democracy." (As of press time, Republican challenger Mitt Romney had more of the popular vote, but Obama had already secured the 270 electoral voted needed to win.)

Trump, who has publicly questioned whether Obama was born in the U.S., recently made headlines when he announced he'd donate $5 million to the charity of Obama’s choice if the commander-in-chief would release his college records and applications and passport records and applications.

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In response, Obama quipped on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno that Trump’s beef with him dated back to their days growing up in Kenya.

Read Trump's Twitter rant below.