How Drumpf is but destroying his brand of hotels at least

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23 Oct 2016, 4:57 am

This is some karma... to go from suing people over a five-lettered word to changing the whole name in the hopes that people don't possibly research beforehand to see it's owned by the hatemeister.



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24 Oct 2016, 1:08 am

It would be so funny if Trump lost everything due to his Presidential run. :twisted:


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24 Oct 2016, 8:48 am

Kraichgauer wrote:
It would be so funny if Trump lost everything due to his Presidential run. :twisted:

An educated guess would tell me that this would not happen for a multitude of reasons.
Apple did not collapse because Steve Jobs died, and if Trump's empire were to collapse because is a "vewwy bad man" it would have done so in the 90's.

If anything, he will have one of the most influential empires over other corporations if he is President. For example he will block competing mergers or make private deals to allow them to proceed (look at AT&T / Time Warner). He could privatise a lot of services, to which he himself owns. Trump Enterprises will be like OCP on steroids.

Buuuut I liked Robocop. Lets see how this pans out.


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24 Oct 2016, 2:50 pm

This answer, purportedly from someone else in the industry, highlight some issues not many others do. I mean, for anyone rational his many bankruptcies can't possibly translate into some infallible businessman... and to make it worse he actually attacks Warren Buffet, possibly the real best in his industry... but no, people just want any businessman apparently... which is detrimental even to those who thought it could benefit them, like the answerer's, and beyond his fake words he is nothing, even to other business people.

Spectrum... you'd be just fine with corruption in government, then?



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24 Oct 2016, 3:01 pm

[Merged similar topics - both are centred around criticising Trump as a businessman, and were created on consecutive days by the same user]



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24 Oct 2016, 8:30 pm

Mootoo wrote:
This answer, purportedly from someone else in the industry, highlight some issues not many others do. I mean, for anyone rational his many bankruptcies can't possibly translate into some infallible businessman... and to make it worse he actually attacks Warren Buffet, possibly the real best in his industry... but no, people just want any businessman apparently... which is detrimental even to those who thought it could benefit them, like the answerer's, and beyond his fake words he is nothing, even to other business people.

Spectrum... you'd be just fine with corruption in government, then?

Why not? Seems to be ok for you.


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24 Oct 2016, 8:59 pm

Why not? Trump realizes being a failed politician is a good racket. Look at how Palin is raking it in! He'll be an even bigger hit as a loser because he'll be the underdog that took on the establishment and lost because the system is rigged.



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25 Oct 2016, 2:42 am

AspE wrote:
Why not? Trump realizes being a failed politician is a good racket. Look at how Palin is raking it in! He'll be an even bigger hit as a loser because he'll be the underdog that took on the establishment and lost because the system is rigged.


Uhg, and all this time I was hoping Trump will fade into obscurity when he loses the election!


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