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Originally posted by WeRpeons
Trump can't handle criticism. Say anything bad about Trump and he'll go for the throat. That isn't something I would like to see in a president. He thinks too highly of himself and likes to brag about how much money he has. If he does run, he's going to be criticized a lot, and if he can't be calm under pressure than maybe he should think twice before running. What he needs to understand, is he won't be negotiating for investment property, but with people of various cultures and ideologies. If he can't stay calm because someone says something he doesn't like, more countries will hate us.
Originally posted by Xcathdra
reply to post by Sinnthia
Maybe Jerry Seinfeld should not have used a charity event to play politics of his own?
If Trump can run around spouting ignorant lies, Jerry can decline to do a show for him. Freedom of Speech. Capitalism. Free market. All that good stuff. I know, it only applies to some, right?
Originally posted by Whereweheaded
Cant blame him for bashing Jerry.......I mean come one, its Seinfeld?
Jerry is an idiot.
But surely it is like $7 or $8 Billion like he says, right?
"My net worth fluctuates, and it goes up and down with markets and with attitudes and with feelings, even my own feeling,"
Oh, well that changes everything. But, you own all those buildings that people claim you do not own, right?
Mr. Trump was asked whether he has ever exaggerated in statements about his properties. "I think everybody does," he said in the deposition. "Who wouldn't?"
"Because this is such a strong licensing agreement that I consider it to be a form of ownership," Mr. Trump said. "I'd rather have this than own the building," he said. Moments later he said: "I would say that it could be interpreted to be a form of ownership in the building."