''Donald Trump once gave me a diamond and platinum cufflinks, on my wedding'', says Charlie Sheen
Talking on The Graham Norton Show, the previous star of Two and a Half Men and Various TV Shows was drawn closer by the possible Republican presidential candidate in an eatery in an experience that left an awful impression.
“I’m really not a fan,” the actor with the fine net worth of 125 million dollars said. "I was once in a restaurant with my then-wife Brooke [Mueller] and he came up to me to say he would like to give me a wedding gift. He took off his cufflinks, told me they were solid platinum and diamonds and insisted I have them.
“Six months later I was having some jewelry appraised and remembered the cufflinks. When the jeweler took a look, she recoiled and said, ’In their finest moment, they were cheap pewter and bad zirconia.’
"They had "Trump" stamped on them — I imagine that says a ton in regards to the man."
Inquired as to whether the actor with five children trusted Trump would be the president, Sheen — who conceded a year ago that he had been analyzed HIV positive — said he believed the American voters. “I have faith that good and decent people will make the right choice and the circus will leave town before it contaminates the Oval Office,” he said.
It comes in the midst of progressively disturbing survey figures for Trump. An ABC/Washington Post survey indicated 70 for every 100 voters perceive him unfavorably.