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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Donald Trump: 'I have very thick skin'

Donald Trump says he has "very thick skin" and doesn't "mind being criticized," but that the pundits who are wrong about him need to be corrected.

 In back-to-back interviews Thursday morning, Trump continued to accuse Fox News of treating him unfairly and singled out one Fox commentator in particular, Rich Lowry, for being a "bad guy.

 Lowry "looked like he was having a nervous breakdown on television" Wednesday night, Trump said on CNN's "New Day."

 Trump was reacting to Lowry's off-color remark that Carly Fiorina had castrated Trump during the CNN debate last week.

On Fox's "The Kelly File," Lowry referred to Trump's private parts and said Fiorina had the "precision of a surgeon.

 Trump immediately took to Twitter to condemn Lowry and say "he should not be allowed on TV and the FCC should fine him!

 A long-running cold war between Trump and Fox has heated up this week, with Trump assailing what he hears on shows like "The Kelly File" and "The O'Reilly Factor" via his popular Twitter account.
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 Fox said Wednesday that it canceled Trump's Thursday appearance on the "Factor," which led Trump to claim that he'd decided to boycott the channel altogether.

 "Fox News has not treated me fairly," Trump reiterated on Thursday morning in an interview with CNN's Alisyn Camerota.

 He called into both CNN and MSNBC's morning shows, but not Fox's. On MSNBC, host Joe Scarborough said to him, "Right now you're at odds with Fox News.

We know how powerful they are in the Republican Party.

And you're at war with Rich Lowry, who is the editor of National Review, which is really sort of the gold standard of conservative magazines.

 Trump interjected: "I don't think anybody reads it, Joe. I think it has no power whatsoever, I'll be honest.

I think it has no power whatsoever. And he's not a respected guy. Scarborough said "I read it" and Trump said "You're the only one.

 Lowry is, indeed, well-read and well-known in conservative circles.

He is also a paid contributor to Fox, appearing regularly on shows like Kelly's.

 But Trump said on CNN's "New Day" that he had "never even heard of" Lowry before.

 Referring to the castration comment, Trump said, "he used words that are unbelievable -- maybe he'll be fined or censured or thrown off --he's a total fool.

 Lowry won't be fined. The Federal Communications Commission occasionally fines broadcast networks for indecency, but has no power to sanction cable channels like Fox News or individual speakers.

 The exchanges are the latest example of the immediate, and sometimes distracting, feedback loop between Trump and the people who talk about him on cable news.

 "I have this thing called Twitter and Facebook, which is amazing actually," he said on MSNBC.

"It's like owning The New York Times without the losses.

 With Twitter, "with one tweet, 140 characters, you can knock somebody out," he commented.

"Pretty cool".

 Trump has repeatedly used the social networking service to sound off about perceived slights.

 When he condemned Lowry on Wednesday night, Lowry gleefully replied with his own tweets: "Man, you can dish it out but you REALLY, REALLY can't take it".

 Speaking with Camerota on Thursday morning, Trump said he can take it.

 "Do you not want to hear other voices who criticize you?" she asked.

 "I do. I do. I don't mind being criticized. And I don't mind it at all... If I do something wrong,I have very thick skin. I don't mind being criticized. I'll never ever complain, 'cuz I know when I do something wrong, I'm a smart person."

 He continued: "I do things wrong, and when I do, I don't mind, they can come at me 15 different ways. But when I'm right or when I don't deserve something, I think it's very, very unfair to speak incorrectly."

 Camerota asked, "When you say you have done a lot of things wrong, what's the last thing you've done wrong in this campaign? "Um," Trump said, and paused.

 "Well, I don't know. I'd rather not get into that. I'm sure I've made mistakes."

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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Donald Trump terrifies Wall Street

New York (CNNMoney) — At first glance a billionaire Republican businessman sounds like Wall Street's dream presidential candidate.
But Donald Trump is no such thing. In fact, the prospect of a Trump White House strikes fear at the heart of capitalism.
Trump has hammered Wall Street in recent speeches, wants to raise taxes on the rich and has embraced policies that will hurt many multinational companies.
"Wall Street hates him because he is a class traitor," said Greg Valliere, chief political strategist at Potomac Research Group. "He has bought into the populist rhetoric that Wall Street is greedy and makes too much money... He sounds more anti-Wall Street than Elizabeth Warren."

Trump could spook the stock market

Trump's unpredictability introduces a new level of uncertainty. It's a huge negative for investors, who want to map out likely outcomes before committing money on the future.
"Wall Street likes knowns, not variables. And Donald Trump is a variable. I would dare to say he is a wildcard," said Peter Kenny, a 30-year veteran of Wall Street who is chief market strategist at The Clear Pool Group, a financial technology company.
A Trump White House "would be more of a shoot-from-the-hip kind of administration," said Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at S&P Capital IQ. "If you're concerned about uncertainty, I would be very concerned about a Trump presidency."

Can Trump really win?

Some are even embarrassed to talk about Trump's chances of actually winning the presidency.
"I don't ask anyone what they think of a Trump White House because I would look dumb if I had that conversation," said Tony Fratto, former assistant secretary at the U.S. Treasury Department under President George W. Bush. "The chance of a Trump White House is zero."
Others believe Trump's viability as a candidate continues to be vastly underestimated.
"To not take him seriously at this point is a mistake. People have fundamentally misjudged the nature of his appeal," said Robert Shapiro, a senior fellow at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business.

Trump is anti-Wall Street

Trump of course loves the idea of Wall Street being scared of him. He's surged to the top of the GOP polls in part by capitalizing on the public's anti-Wall Street sentiment.
Hedge fund managers are "getting away with murder," Trump said on a recent appearance on CBS' "Face the Nation."
Unlike establishment candidates like Chris Christie, Trump has little desire to court the millionaires and billionaires in the financial industry.
So far so good. Carl Icahn may be the only big Wall Street name to support Trump.
Despite running as a Republican, Trump's ideas run counter to the traditional GOP playbook. He's is in favor of raises taxes on the rich and wants to close a tax loophole that lets hedge funds pay lower taxes.
But that's not the main reason Wall Street is rooting against Trump. After all, Wall Street darling Jeb Bush is also in favor of closing the same tax loophole.

Trump vs. pro-growth Republicans

Trump's plans to "make America great again" are a scary prospect for pro-growth conservatives that hold real power on Wall Street.
Trump wants to deport millions of immigrants. It is exactly the opposite of what Silicon Valley and many large companies have called for. They want to reform the country's immigration system and make it easy for skilled immigrants to get jobs and stay in the country legally.
Unlike multinationals, Trump is also against trade deals. The billionaire wants to gut NAFTA, the 1994 trade deal between the U.S., Canada and Mexico, and he called the Obama Administration's Trans-Pacific Partnership a "disaster."
It's no wonder the influential conservative economic policy advocacy group Club for Growth launched a $1 million-plus negative ad campaign calling Trump a "liberal" on economic policy.
"Donald Trump is the worst Republican candidate on economic issues," Club for Growth president David McIntosh said in a statement.
No doubt a President Trump would be limited by political reality. His power would be limited by his ability to work with Congress, where Republicans would presumably maintain control of at least the House of Representatives.

Wall Street's worst nightmare: Trump vs. Bernie Sanders

Trump is not the only candidate who represents a threat to Wall Street. Bernie Sanders — who is now beating Hillary Clinton in some early primary states — wants to break up big banks, rein in fat bonuses and tax high-speed trading.
That's why Wall Street would prefer establishment candidates like Bush, Christie or Marco Rubio. There would even be a preference for Clinton, who has raked in big speaking fees from Wall Street and whose husband presided over deregulation of the banking system.
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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Donald Trump has doubt about Obama was born in United States

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Donald Trump has a doubt that President Barack Obama was born in United States particularly in Hawaii because he said that nobody could remember him until late when he was a grown up man. Donald felt strange that nobody new Obama as a child in Hawaii. You can't run as a president in United states if you are not naturally born in such country. 

Donald Trump is more serious about his intention to run for president under Republican Party in 2012. He said that if he will not be nominated in the party and he will run independently. Donald Trump is a billionaire and he think that it make him beautiful. 

Here is an interview about current issues and strategy if hi will become the next president. 

Donald Trump, who says he's weighing a run for president next year, waded into the "birther" controversy this week, telling ABC's"Good Morning America" that he has "a little doubt" that Barack Obama was born in the United States.

The reason? Trump said he finds it strange that "nobody knew" Obama as a young child in Hawaii.

"Let me tell you . . . if I got the nomination, if I decide to run, you may go back and interview people from my kindergarten. They'll remember me. [With Obama,] nobody comes forward. Nobody knows who he is until later in his life. It's very strange."

Birther proponents claim Obama cannot constitutionally serve as president because he isn't a natural born citizen. In 2008, the Obama campaign produced a certification of live birth showing he was born in Honolulu, and Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie has said he was a friend of Obama's parents and remembers when the future president was born -- but none of that has placated birthers.

On other matters, the always outspoken Trump didn't hold back.

- On his intentions to run for president: "I have never been so serious as I am now." (After the interview, reporter Ashleigh Banfield said Trump told her that he would consider running as an independent if he didn't win the GOP nomination.)

- On his willingness to spend $600 million of his own money on a campaign: "Part of the beauty of me is that I'm very rich."

- On the turmoil in Libya: He called for a "surgical strike" to take out Moammar Gadhafi.

- On Somali pirates: "Give me an admiral and a couple ships. I would wipe them out of the sea so fast."

- On China: "While we spend billions of dollars a week on being policeman for the world, China is spending billions a day taking over the world economically. That's not a good formula for us."

- On Charlie Sheen: "I know Charlie Sheen . . . he's wonderful, but he's a disaster."

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Friday, July 18, 2008

Donald Trump Sold his Mansion for $100 Million

Donald Trump the Real Estate Mogul sold his mansion for $100 Million. Why did he sells his mansion? Is he running out of cash? Well as we all knew he is a Multi-billionaire and at the same time a celebrity who made the "The Apprentice" a household name. Donald Trump is also the owner of Miss Universe, Miss USA and Miss Teen USA. A few days ago Miss Venezuela won the Miss Universe Pageant making the country the most successful in beauty pageant history.

Donald Trump bought the mansion in Palm Beach, Florida 2004 and it cost him $41 Millions. After four years he sells it for $100 million, what a wise real state developer? He is known to be good in real estate development that he is very famous when real estate is the topic. Donald Trump experienced real estate turmoil in the early 90's but he was able to stand up again and became a billionaire today.

Russian fertilizer billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev bought the beautiful mansion overlooking the ocean. Donald Trump fixed it after he bought the property. He assigned Kendra Todd, an Apprentice winner to remodel the place with 24 carat gold fixtures and even used it in the bathroom. The mansion is called Maison de L'Amitie and Donald Trump said that it is a great landmark for the area.

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Saturday, March 29, 2008

Donald wants the prostitute for new show

Donald Trump has a new reality show about women who are spoiled brats or having a problem and they will be put in a place like a boarding house or somewhere to lean new things. His new show is something like a Fair Lady or that will have a name "Lady or the Tramp" something like that. Now maybe to attract advertisers his company, according to rumors will include Ashley Dupre, the new famous high paid hooker or prostitute whatever you call her to be included in the said show. Many people raise their eyebrow when they new it. Ashley is of course the prostitute involved in Gov. Elliot Spitzer scandal.

Right now Donald can not be reached for confirmation or reaction. She is the perfect candidate according to the source, remember Donald has an experience in reforming women like what happened to Miss USA Tara Conner who likes to party and use drugs. He sent her to rehab to save her crown.

Will see what's next after all this is all about business. I am sure Rosie has something to say about this. Remember what she said before about Donald Trump when asked about Miss USA.

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