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7 Incredibly Successful Business Books: Monster of ‘Art of The Deal’!

trumpflagDonald Trump's great picture created by beautiful Maya (https://Mayagallery.com)

Donald Trump built a tremendous empire, made more than $200 million for his work on The Apprentice, wrote the best-selling business book of all time, went to the Wharton School of Finance

Donald Trump:

“They like to say, well, we don’t consider him a serious candidate. Why wouldn’t I be?

I went to the Wharton School of Finance, I was a great student. … I go out,

I make a tremendous fortune.

I write a book called The Art of the Deal, the No. 1 selling business book of all time,

at least I think, but I'm pretty sure it is. And certainly a big monster, the No. 1 bestseller. …”

Donald Trump:’I love Mexico, I love Mexican people, We love Mexico!’

 

Donald Trump: ‘Reagan Did it, I can too!’

5Wendy Long (the nominee for U.S. Senate in New York of the Republican, Conservative, and Reform parties.):

Trump Tide Will Lift Entire GOP Ticket
NY Senate candidate sees Republican front-runner as 21st century Reagan

The #NeverTrump crowd is running out of steam — and time.

All of its attacks — that he’s as liberal as Hillary Clinton, anti-immigrant, or a con man who will say anything to be elected — have failed. But perhaps the most absurd criticism of the Trump Deniers is the argument that he would hurt Republicans “down ticket.” In fact, the opposite is true.

We’ve seen this movie before. In 1980, the Washington Establishment raised the same chorus against Ronald Reagan, who was accused of being a reactionary and a divisive drag on the whole GOP ticket. But Reagan led the GOP to the biggest U.S. Senate swing since 1958, picking up 12 seats and giving Republicans control of that body, to the shock of the Establishment. What’s more, Reagan swept 34 new seats into the House, along with hundreds of legislators at the state level.

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