Monthly Archives: September 2015

Donald Trump:‘Some people think this will be good for my brand. I think it’s irrelevant for my brand.’

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Donald J. Trump told me aboard his 757 as we were flying to the recent Republican debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif. He was dividing his attention between the brick-size slice of red-velvet cake he was annihilating and the CNN commentator on the 57-inch television who at that moment was talking about Trump, as most commentators have been at pretty much every moment for the last three months. The commentator, Dylan Byers, was saying that

Trump 101: The Way to Success

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2007 our friend and teacher Donald Trump was working hard for us. He wrote three greate book: Think Big, The Best Real Estate Advice I have ever Received and Trump 101 in 2007. Great Donald wants we get rich and he is fighting for his goal with writing books, do TV shows and now he wants get presidnet for help poor and Middle class.

In "Trump 101, " Trump himself becomes your personal mentor and coach as he shares tips,

Trump: The Best Real Estate Advice I Ever Received: 100 Top Experts Share Their Strategies

realestateDonald Trump has gathered in one book the best advice on real estate from the brightest and most experienced people..

"Don't try to take the last penny off the table; make sure that the people who buy from you also make money. If not, they won't buy from you again." -Michael Shvo, Founder of the Shvo Group and "the most successful young real estate broker in New York"

"Mom said, 'If you don't have big breasts, put ribbons in your pigtails.' Good salesmanship is nothing more than maximizing the positive and minimizing the negative. Although your competition might offer something you can't match, that doesn't matter. What matters is that you identify and play up what you've got." -Barbara Corcoran, Founder of the Corcoran Group, New York City's leading real estate company

Why We Want you To Be Rich:Two Men One Message

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In 2006 Real estate king Donald Trump and business genius Robert Kiyosaki released great book:'Why We Want You To Be Rich: Two Men One Message'.

'In this uncertain economic times, these two titans of business have joined forces on a book that underscores the pressing need for financial literacy.'-Steve Forbs(President and CEO of Forbs, Inc.; Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine) 

Carly Fiorina: ‘I Intend to Beat Donald Trump’

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Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina joined Bill O'Reilly on "The Factor" tonight to react to attacks on her record as CEO of Hewlett-Packard and to weigh in on the 2016 race.

Donald Trump:’Carly Fiorina did such a horrible job at Lucent and HP, virtually destroying both companies, that she never got another CEO job offer!’

trumpattackHow  Carly Fiorina lost her way.
The public dysfunction started with the vicious infighting over HP’s merger with Compaq in 2002, 

Donald Trump: I’d “enjoy” meeting with Putin

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump could meet with Vladimir Putin next week — and if it was arranged, Trump says he’d “enjoy doing it.”

Donald Trump gets 78 percent of CNN pre-debate coverage

trumpcnndebateDonald Trump has dominated the airwaves of CNN leading up to the second GOP presidential debate, which the network will host on Wednesday evening.

The real-estate mogul received nearly 78 percent of CNN’s coverage of the Republican primary race from Aug. 24 to Sept. 4, according to a report issued by the conservative Media Research Center on Wednesday. 

Carly Fiorina:’If you file for bankruptcy four times, I think it suggests either lack of judgment or lack of discipline’

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The former Hewlett-Packard CEO, who sits fifth in the Washington Examiner's latest power rankings, went on to poke at Trump's business career while pitting her record against his.

Donald Trump:’We are led by very stupid people!’

trumpcruzDonald Trump expressed bullish opposition to the Iranian nuclear deal during a rally in Washington DC, saying it was ‘incompetently negotiated’ by a group of ‘very stupid leaders’. The rally was originally organised by his Republican rival Ted Cruz, who made the unconventional move to invite Trump along. Trump did not disappoint, promising the crowd a successful government that wins so much ‘you may get bored with winning’

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