Since Donald Trump left reality television he appears to have traded his catchphrase, "You're fired," for "I'll sue you."

Trump's legal team filed a lawsuit against chef Jose Andres for $10 million on Friday, as noted by NBC 4 in Washington, D.C. The group representing Trump's renovation of Washington's Old Post Office Pavilion has claimed that Andres breached his contract to build a restaurant in the hotel following controversial remarks "The Donald" made about Mexico, illegal immigration and crime.

This is not the first high-profile lawsuit Trump has pursued since launching his presidential bid. In June, Trump filed a $500 million lawsuit against Univision after the Spanish-language television network ended its contract to host the Miss USA pageant, which is co-owned by Trump.

Trump's legal team has also used the threat of a lawsuit as a tactic to punish his perceived opponents. When a Daily Beast reporter began examining Trump's relationship with his ex-wife, including claims she made during their divorce, a Trump lawyer was none too pleased.

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