It's the latter of which Dove had a conspiracy theory, the 26-year-old telling us how she thinks the controversial presidential hopeful is only running in order to get rival Hillary Clinton elected.
Well - it may seem a little far-fetched - but with the media-mogul having previously endorsed the Democrat party, Rain Dove would like you to keep an open mind.
Dove told The Huffington Post UK:
"I have my own hippie theory about Donald Trump.
"I don't think Donald Trump is a Republican and I don't think that he's actually running for president on a real ticket. I think that Donald Trump is running under a false flag campaign, he has donated so much money to the Clintons, he has worked in public relations both in reality television and as a real-estate mogul, this guy knows the power of every word that he says and the impact it has on all of the people.
"As someone who has worked on a television series that has been extremely successful for years he understands the impact of diversity and the things that you say about people. He's said things in the past that have got him in a lot of trouble on his shows and he's seen contestants on his show get in trouble for the things that have been said.
"I think he's one of the greatest hype men of his time, and I think that Donald Trump is running not because he wants to be the next Republican president of the United States, but to destabilise the Republican party, to make way for Hillary Clinton to be seen as a more legitimate contender, because she has had accusations of flip-flopping in her past, because she is a female.
"It's a little intense for Hillary Clinton to be the first female president, it's almost impossible, so my opinion is, Donald Trump, who like I said has donated a lot of money to the Clinton administration and has in the past said several times he's a Democrat, is just making a lot of waves.
"I think he's just running around making a lot of noise and trying to make it so that the Republican party look like a bunch of idiots and people are like there's no way in hell I'd vote for someone like that.
"And while there are people definitely voting for Trump in the Republican party, I think that right now you're putting Trump against all those other candidates, I mean who are pretty bland. Look what he did when he stepped out of the Fox news night debate, Donald Trump was like go ahead, try me. Your ratings are going to go down.
"He knows what's up, so I think that people are just really interested in him. They think he just has the balls to make big changes but I think honestly when you put him and someone like Hillary Clinton next to each other, Clinton's going to be seen as a much more valuable and valid candidate.
"I think that we're going to see Donald Trump - if he is the Republican nominee - when he goes head to head with Hillary, we're going to see him shoot himself in the foot.
"It's not the first time in US politics that a person has gone and done a falsified campaign in order to elect another person. And he's not going to lose anything out of it.
"He's not a politician, what's he going to do after this? He's going to have a reality tv show, be more popular than ever and he's been seen by people that normally wouldn't ever see him."
The theory may not convince you, but in 2011 The Washington Post reported that the billionaire had shown favouritism towards the Democrat party.
At the time he had made more than $1.3 million in donations to candidates nationwide and the Post reported that 54 percent of the money went to Democrats.
In fact the newspaper backs up Dove's claims that the GOP-frontrunner's previous donations have fallen to Clinton, amongst other senior Democrats.