As you've probably heard, Steve Harvey blundered in epic fashion last night when he announced the wrong winner while hosting the Miss Universe pageant in front of a live television audience.
The scene was awkward and embarrassing for everyone involved, so naturally Donald Trump - the king of all things embarrassing - is butting in, and surprisingly, he has yet to refer to the runner-up as a yuuuuge low-energy loser.
Trump, of course, loves all things glamorous and gaudy and slightly sexist, so he's invested in several beauty pageants over the years.
Following Trump's remarks about Mexican immigrants during his campaign announcement speech back in June, he was publicly pressured to bow out of the pageant business, and he wound up selling the rights to Miss Universe to the William Morris talent agency.
But if you thought the fact that he doesn't own the event anymore would keep the Donald from commenting on last night's debacle, then you don't know Trump.
Early this morning, Trump tweeted:
"Very sad what happened last night at the Miss Universe Pageant. I sold it 6 months ago for a record price. This would never have happened!"
Shortly thereafter, Trump called into the Today show to give his two cents on the matter, and astonishingly, he actually has a good idea for how to resolve the situation.
Yes, we just said Donald Trump had a good idea. We imagine the weather in hell is downright blustery right now.