The businessman, who is already scheduled to visit the country for the National Achievers Congress in Sydney and Melbourne, has confirmed that he will film a meeting with the reality show's host and mentor Mark Bouris this week.
Karen Warner, executive producer of Celebrity Apprentice Australia, told the Herald Sun: "We are thrilled to be able to film Mark Bouris meeting Donald Trump. The meeting of two great business minds to talk about Celebrity Apprentice will add to what is already shaping up to be a fantastic series."
The full lineup for this year's season of the programme was recently revealed and includes politician Pauline Hanson, The Block winner Polly Porter, sports stars Warwick Capper and Shane Crawford and model Jesinta Campbell.
Hanson recently revealed that she expects the "usual scrutiny" from the public during her time in the contest, while Crawford said that he wants to vote out Capper at the first opportunity because he is too "entertaining" and would be a "distraction".
Trump was commissioned earlier this year to write a book about his political philosophy for conservative media company Regency Publishing.
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