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Today, comedy writer and "Family Guy" producer Aaron Lee posted a list of "Jokes that were and were not allowed at the roast of Donald Trump." On the approved punchline menu, Lee's personal analysis of all the jokes told at the televised roast, are laughs about Trump's hair, all of his three wives, his penchant for models, his failed product endorsements, his failed casinos, his status as a business legacy, his weight and his relationship with daughter Ivanka.
According to Lee, who's written for more than a half-dozen such roasts, the only wisecrack Trump didn't want told was "any joke that suggests Trump is not actually as wealthy as he claims to be." Lee's list confirms an earlier account by roast comedian Anthony Jeselnik, who told the Hollywood Reporter in June, "Trump's one rule was 'don't say I have less money then I say I do.' " "His kids were fair game. And I remember one of my jokes was about his casino business failing, and I could feel that hurt coming off of him," continued Jeselnik, who said Trump didn't like that last one.