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May 4, 2016

"I certainly did not expect Trump to go the distance, but he outsmarted us all."

He put in a tremendous and even historic political performance, certainly the most remarkable since, at least, Ronald Reagan.
Whether you like him or not, he deserves a lot of respect for how he calibrated the public's mood, defied the conventional wisdom, and charged ahead. He was at times boorish, rude, and crude, and almost always and above all politically incorrect. He showed no fear in turning the spotlight on the many elephants in the room that the progressive taboo culture refuses to let us mention. Voters, sick of the progressive assault on the soul of America and furious at the GOP betrayal of the past few years, loved it, and disregarded the various admonitions of the Republican/conservative elite to shun Trump. The DiploMad 2.0: Time to Focus on Hillary Clinton

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I would truly enjoy sitting at the conference table and observe trump doing what he does best, negotiate.

Over the years the *lessers* have brought a negative connotation to the word negotiate. They claim it means everybody loses something.

This is not true.

Implemented successfully, negotiation means everybody wins something.

For 30 years I have been running my own conference table and go way over the top to insure everybody at the table leaves believing they are winners.

But then, I trained with the best. Clement Stone, Dale Carnegie, Napolean Hill, Zig Ziglar, and many others.

I could only benefit by observing trump.
Maybe I'll get his book, the art of the deal.

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