Submitted by Newseditor on Fri, 2015-12-18 16:42 So, how do you deal with Donald Trump?The American Presidential hopeful has made derogatory remarks against Muslims, vowing to stop their entry if he becomes the President. He is also infamous for his misogynistic remarks. Nearly insufferable, the American business magnate, television personality, is among the frontrunners among the Republic candidates for the White House, and most people in the world dread the possibility of him becoming the US President.So, we come back to our question: How do you deal with Donald Trump?Well, a Bengaluru boy says he has the answer. Simple. He has developed an app that will allow you to take your revenge against Trump for all the hurt he has caused you (and me).Syed Shakir Aga, a tourist guide and a freelance app developer with many companies in Bengaluru and a resident of J P Nagar Bengaluru (India) is developing a Mobile Game based on Donald Trump as a creative reaction against the latter’s anti-Muslim and chauvinistic statements. And the name of the game is Black Comedy Game and the app is called Donald Trump Mobile App. The Game will be about Donald John Trump giving a statement against Muslims and the audience reacting to it by throwing rotten eggs, tomatoes and footwear at him. The game will be released in IOS (Apple Store), Play Store (Google) and on Facebook. The game would be available free of cost to the internet users. They can download the game for free and there would be few InApp purchases to buy rotten eggs to throw at Trump. There would be space below the game for advertisers to promote their product. The game will take over a month to hit the market. The game will be in 2D and 3D model coco search engine platform and can be downloaded in any smartphone. “For 3D version I am incurring a cost of Rs 15 Lakh and for 2D-Rs 9 Lakh while the annual cost for IOS is 99 US Dollars and 25 US Dollars for Play Store,” said Syed Shakir Aga. According to Syed, people who hate Trump can vent out their frustration through the game and it is going to be a great hit across the globe. “I will release the app by February when the campaigns for US presidential poll may start from grass root level prior to the polling scheduled to take place at the end of 2016. Even if Trump wins the election, dissenters of Trump can still use the app with revised version and continue to throw rotten eggs, tomatoes and so on,” Syed said. Syed is hopeful that the app will sell like hot cake as also considering the fact that ladies also have taken up the cudgels against Trump for his alleged anti-women remarks. So the women who cannot access Trump’s neck directly can try the virtual attack.Here is a compilation of Trump’s infamous misogynistic statements: Credits: Fortune.comAnti women statements:In 2012, Trump tweeted that Arianna Huffington “is unattractive both inside and out. I fully understand why her former husband left her for a man—he made a good decision.”On Celebrity Apprentice: All-Stars in 2013, he mused about the “pretty picture” of former Playboy Playmate Brande Roderick “dropping to your knees.”He called opposing counsel in a deposition “disgusting” for wanting to break to pump milk for her 3-month-old daughter.In his book, How to Get Rich, he wrote that “All of the women on The Apprentice flirted with me—consciously or unconsciously. That’s to be expected.”In a 1991 Esquire interview, he said “You know, it doesn’t really matter what [the media] write as long as you’ve got a young and beautiful piece of [expletive].”In a 2006 feud involving Miss USA, he called Rosie O’Donnell an “animal,” an “extremely unattractive person,” and a “slob.”His attack on Fox News host and debate moderator Megyn Kelly (full disclosure: I’m a Fox News contributor.) The war of words started after Kelly asked whether his descriptions of various women (“pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals”) suggested that Trump didn’t have the temperament to be president.In August 2015, Trump in his comment to CNN about Kelly: “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes–blood coming out of her wherever.” As if the suggestion that her menstrual state was behind Kelly’s tough questioning wasn’t enough, Trump also retweeted a comment calling her a “bimbo” (later deleted) and called her a “lightweight.”Trump made the rounds of the Sunday talk shows to deny that his blood comment was a reference to the Fox host’s hormonal state. “There’s nothing to apologize [for],” Trump said on the NBC News program Meet the Press. “I was referring to nose, ears. They’re very common statements. And only a deviant would think of what people said.”It may be recalled that Syed had hit the headlines earlier by accusing Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan of stealing his idea and launching a mobile phone game to popularise the movie Ra.One, by concealing his contribution.He had served a notice to SRK through Red Chillies Entertainment stating that further legal action would be initiated if the star did not pay him Rs 40 crore, which was apparently his share for the project estimated at around Rs 400 crore.