Celebrity feuding is nothing new for Citi.
The company has had a long history of feuding between different personalities within its portfolio of entertainment properties.
And while some of these feuds have been over the years, the most recent incident comes as Citi is looking to boost its entertainment division’s profitability.
The feud that erupted between Donald Trump and Meghan Markle came up during a panel at the 2017 Citi Awards.
Markle, a British singer and former Miss Teen USA, was a frequent target of Trump’s tweets and criticism.
Citi executives said in a statement that the Trump tweet was the result of a disagreement between Markle and Trump over the actress’ appearance at the awards.
The two then began a verbal battle in which Trump said Markle’s appearance at a reception was disrespectful to the American flag.
The spat was escalated when Trump suggested the actress should be allowed to perform at the Oscars because of her “beautiful face.”
Citi said that Markle has been granted permission to perform in the 2018 Oscar ceremony, but that she will not be allowed back on the podium for that event.
Marklle did not respond to a request for comment from ESPN.
The controversy over Trump’s tweet has sparked some of the most heated arguments between the two personalities.
In an interview with Business Insider earlier this year, Trump said he wanted to “kill” Markle.
“I would love to kill her,” Trump said.
“She is a beautiful woman.
And she’s a great actress.
But she is not a good model.
I would love, if I could do it, to kill Meghan.”
In another interview, Markle responded to Trump’s criticism by saying, “I love him.
I have no problem with him.”
Markle later apologized to Trump for the remark.
Trump did not take a direct shot at Markle during that interview.
In a video posted to Twitter by Markle in November, she wrote, “Trump, I’m a fan, I have a lot of respect for you, I wish you were president.”
The feud between Trump and Markle escalated after the former actress won a Golden Globe Award for her portrayal of the British singer Diana Ross in the movie “The Duchess of Sussex.”
The Golden Globe Awards are traditionally held in New York City.
Citaly was a major fan of the show, which is produced by Lionsgate.
Mark Luterman, Citalys spokesperson, said that the actress had previously tweeted about the Oscars and said, “They’re not going to do it to me because they don’t want to offend me.”
“I’m just so proud of her for standing up for herself and standing up to Trump,” Mark Lutherman told ESPN.
“And it shows how much she cares about her country and what she believes in.”
But in the latest feud, Trump suggested Markle perform at an Oscars reception in which she was denied entry.
“Do you think I should allow her in?
Because she’s such a beautiful girl,” Trump told CNN’s Dana Bash.
“So let’s get this over with.”
Trump’s feud with Markle started after the actress appeared on the show “The Apprentice,” a reality television show that is owned by NBC.
The reality show was about an American real estate developer and his family who have an American family patriarch.
Citing her recent appearance on the “Celebrity Apprentice,” Markle posted on Instagram that she wanted to be able to perform and then she was told that she was not allowed to do so.
“We were told we’re not allowed in the hall,” MarkLuterman said.
When she tried to talk to the hosts, “they said, ‘You can’t even talk to our daughter,'” Mark Lutzerman said in the interview.
“It was a complete shock.
She was crying.”
Citalyn also posted on her Instagram account, “Just heard that Meghan was denied entrance to the Oscars for refusing to perform.
Mark Lutiher was a contestant on the Celebrity Apprentice.
She also tweeted in November about the Oscar controversy: “This is such a sad day for @meghanmarkle.
I’m so sorry.”
Mark Luton, the owner of Mark Luto Entertainment, said in an interview that he is not surprised that Trump would say such a thing about Markle because the actor has become famous for her outspokenness.
“People know her for her work on ‘The Apprentice,’ ” Luton said.
In her interview with ESPN, Mark Luta said that Trump was trying to “further divide our country” when he tweeted that she shouldn’t be allowed into the Oscars.
“If I were the CEO of the Oscars, I would take the president’s comments personally and call him out on them,” Markluterman told Business Insider.
MarkLuton also added that Trump’s words were “not the first time he’s