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Trump, Moore said, “never wanted to be president of the United States. I know this for a fact. I’m not going to say how I know it. I’m not saying that Trump and I shared the same agent or lawyer or stylist or, if we did, that that would have anything to do with anything. And I’m certainly not saying that I ever overheard anything at those agencies or in the hallways of NBC or anywhere else. But there are certain people reading this right now, they know who they are, and they know that every word in the following paragraphs actually happened.” “Trump was unhappy with his deal as host and star of his hit NBC show, ‘The Apprentice’ (and ‘The Celebrity Apprentice’),” Moore said. “Simply put, he wanted more money. He had floated the idea before of possibly running for president in the hopes that the attention from that would make his negotiating position stronger.”
“So, on June 16th of last year, he rode down his golden escalator and opened his mouth. With no campaign staff, no 50-state campaign infrastructure — neither of which he needed because, remember, this wasn’t going to be a real campaign — and with no prepared script, he went off the rails at his kick-off press conference, calling Mexicans ‘rapists’ and ‘drug dealers’ and pledging to build a wall to keep them all out. Jaws in the room were agape. His comments were so offensive, NBC, far from offering him a bigger paycheck, immediately fired him with this terse statement: ‘Due to the recent derogatory statements by Donald Trump regarding immigrants, NBCUniversal is ending its business relationship with Mr. Trump.'”
“Trump fell in love with himself all over again, and he soon forgot his mission to get a good deal for a TV show,” said Moore. Trump decided that reality TV was too small of a venue for his big personality.
The night he won the New Jersey primary, said Moore, was Trump’s “Oh, #” moment.
“I’m actually going to be the Republican nominee — and my rich beautiful life is f#*@ing over!” Moore said, imagining Trump’s thoughts.
originally posted by: cuckooold
He 'knows for a fact', without giving us a reason, sounds like an ATS member.
Well if he did not want the presidency, then why did he tone it down and make his last speech so damn good?
originally posted by: mOjOm
a reply to: Naturallywired
I get all that.
But what happens if he actually did get elected and never wanted the job to begin with. What if he gets in there and hates it like he knew he would and just kinda passes the whole thing over to other people and does stuff to try and wiggle out of it but without making it seem like he's doing that because he doesn't want to ruin his name or brand forever.
That's a whole other kind of problem.