What does /biz/ think of The Art of the Deal? Is it as good as /pol/ makes it out to be?
Never read it.
Just want to say trump is really good at word play to convince people.
80% of his words are one syllable, less complex, comes across as smooth and not unnecessarily elitist
He always ends his sentences on a key word, even if it means the way he starts his sentence is a little bit weird e.g problem, disaster, solution, wall,
He doesn't prepare speeches at his rallies, so that way he seems natural and honest because it wasn't spewed out by an assistant
He also shows great amounts of ruthlessness so that way others fear him and give in.
He is really a smart guy, he may come across as stupid initially, but, if we look deeper we can see that he is doing everything intentionally.
He also takes the most exteme position without breaking a law, so that way he can remain in the news cycle 24/7 getting free publicity
I've listened to a small bit of it, seems alright. My boss has read the whole thing and says it's a must read for an business man. It's considered a business classic. Whether you want him to be president or not, when it comes to money, you have to admit that Trump is of genius Einstein level intelligence (156 Estimated)
>Hi guise I saw 7 minute YouTube video that show me this
>YouTube tells me that trump does this to pander to his supporters
>therefore trump supporters are stupid meme
Fagit, Trump will beat Hillary and make AMERICA great again.
I can't take Trump seriously. His father had a real estate empire. He got rich by inheriting real estate. He would probably be richer if he left the money in a bank and lived of the interest.
actually, i am a trump supporter.
I never said or implied his supporters were stupid, i was just admiring his social intelligence. So what if I learned it from a youtube video? It's interesting.