Why not? The bloke runs a $2.7 billion dollar empire. He’s been through the good times, the tough times, and the good times again. He knows what it’s like to be on top, be in the proverbial, and get back again.
He has energy, just watch any recent interview.
But bingers?!?!?! That’s all hot air!
No, it’s not. Every time I catch the train to Seoul, right in the heart of Seoul, there’s prime residential real estate, standing proud with the Trump name on it.*
All over the world, this bloke has turned “hot air” into jobs, concrete, steel and glass… buildings.
Solid stuff. Literally.
*And yes, I know, not every building that has his name on it is 100% “his”. But let’s face it, he played a hand in every one of them.
Does he own outright every one of them? Of course not. It’s the art of the deal.
Like it or not, he gets things done.
And anyway, what is this argument about Trump not knowing how to get stuff done, despite being one of America’s most successful, prominent and popular businessmen?
What about Obama? A one-term senator and community organiser? Organising into what? A community? What kind of community?
The United States government won’t, but has a chance, of literally shutting down Friday.
Like it or not,the US government, any decent government, is literally a business and we are the shareholders.
Trump may well be businesses’ equivalent of a radio shock jock, but is what he’s saying really so shocking?
Hey, I’d love more business leaders to extend their philanthropic tendencies, and go into politics.
Take Bill Gates.
Take Steve Jobs.
As great as they are, there’s plenty of criticism for them, also. Windows is just fantastic, especially Vista. iPhone’s are great value for money compared to the competition.
Hey, why not facebook founder, Zuckerburg? No criticism of facebook, right? A guy who can’t monetize his idea except with lame apps and questionable privacy rules… and sheer popularity which Top Men are still trying to figure out a way to “Get”.
America has a choice between a real – and yes, flawed – business leader who actually turns ideas into bricks and mortar (as the old saying goes… nowadays, it’s way more advanced) – and… precisely what?
America’s eqivalent of the real Julia?