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In a recent stop to “The Graham Norton Show,” on the BBC, actor Charlie Sheen opened up about one of his friendly moments with Republican Presidential hopeful, Donald Trump.

According to Sheen, Trump had once given him a very lavish looking gift, that was so spectacular it was almost too good to be true.

As he began to tell the story, Sheen noted that the simple mention of Trump’s name grew a giant roar from the crowd of laughter.

“Is that the laughter I can hear coming from across the pond at our country about this charlatan?” Sheen asked host Graham Norton.

“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,” Sheen said.

The scandal plagued actor then recounted that he was once given a wedding gift by Trump and his wife Melania.

Trump took off his own cufflinks during a conversation with Sheen and praised them as being a rare and valuable set.

Months later, Sheen had the items appraised and discovered something was off with his “lavish gift.”

“[The appraiser] took the loop, spent about four seconds, and kind of recoiled from it — much like people do from Trump — and says ‘In their finest moment, this is cheap pewter and bad zirconias.’ And they’re stamped ‘Trump,’” Sheen explained.

“And I just thought, ‘What does this really say about the man, that he said, Here’s a great wedding gift, and it’s just a bag of dogshit?’”

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