Okay, turns out that the tent in Donald Trump's backyard in Bedford, New York, wasn't actually for the upcoming nuptials of his daughter and real-estate magnate Jared Kushner. It was, in fact, set up so that Libyan "King of Kings" Muammar Qaddafi could stay there with his entourage. But no longer! A town inspector forced them to take down the air-conditioned, Bedouin-style structure because they didn't have permits — but as angry as the town may be, it can't stop Qaddafi from staying in Trump's giant house. Trump, who regularly rents out the seven-bedroom, Tudor-style mansion for thousands of dollars to business associates, didn't even realize that the much-hated Libyan leader was coming. "We have business partners and associates all over the world," a spokeswoman said yesterday. "The property was leased on a short-term basis to Middle Eastern partners who may or may not have a relationship to Mr. Qaddafi. We are looking into the matter."
Whether or not Qaddafi slept in Trump's thousand-thread-count sheets last night, he's going to be following in President Obama's footsteps later this morning, addressing the United Nations General Assembly directly after Obama.