Monthly Archives: July 2016
Donald Trump's big friend Robert Kiyosaki wrote book Rich Dad's Prophecy in 2009 and what Rich Dad predicted for 2016 became reality, Donald Trump's view and prophecy was same, but when he saw that politicans can't take action for save America, Donald decided to start fight for soul of America! It's time to read or re-read Donald Trump's and Robert Kiyosaki's collaboration book: 'Why We Want You To Be Rich: Two Men, One Message'
America! You’re now $19 trillion in debt.
“I have five people, including the general,” he said, referencing Retired Lt. General Michael Flynn, according to The Washington Post. "I do like the military but I do very much like the political. In my mind I have someone that would really be good.”
One of the women closest to Donald Trump both personally and professionally insists he is “a feminist.”
The presumptive Republican nominee’s daughter, Ivanka, told the Sunday Times of London that her father’s support of feminism is “a big reason I am the woman I am today.”
“My father is a feminist,” the executive vice president of Trump Organization said. “He always told me and showed me that I could do anything I set my mind to if I married vision and passion with work ethic. He’s surrounded me with strong female role models who have done just that since I was a little girl.”
The billionaire real estate mogul has frequently been criticized for his treatment of and comments about women — from Fox News host Megyn Kelly to Ted Cruz’s wife, Heidi — throughout his presidential campaign. And a recent
Donald Trump has found a new enemy in his quest for the White House: the global elite.
In a series of economic speeches, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee has railed against the forces of globalization, arguing that changes in the economy have betrayed workers and wiped out the middle class.
At the center of the "rigged economy," Trump argues, are "powerful corporations, media elites and political dynasties" and his likely general election opponent, Hillary Clinton.
"Hillary Clinton and her friends in global finance want to scare America into thinking small — and they want to scare the American people out of voting for a better future," Trump said Tuesday in a speech near Pittsburgh.“I want you to imagine how much better our future can be if we declare independence from the elites who've led us to one financial and foreign policy disaster after another.”Trump’s rhetoric is unusual for a presumptive Republican nominee for president, placing him in direct conflict with Washington business groups who have traditionally been allies of the GOP. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which doesn’t endorse presidential candidates, unloaded on Trump during the