Now David, since Romney clearly has an offer [????] for his tax returns,
don't you think there must be something really scary in them?
Or does your partisan BS blind you and prevent your from applying the same standard to everyone?
Real estate mogul, and almost-kind-of 2012 presidential candidate, Donald Trump is, once again, signaling that he might really run for president in the upcoming 2016 election.
This time around, Trump is making a number of political hires and is refusing to say whether he will do another season of Celebrity Apprentice, according to The Washington Post.
"NBC has said they want to renew," Trump told the Post. "But I can't do it right now because I may be doing something else."
According to the Post, Trump has hired a few consultants who will likely move over to a new political group in the next few weeks, and would serve on a presidential campaign if Trump decided to run.
New Hampshire-based Corey R. Lewandowski, previously of Americans for Prosperity, has been hired as Trump's senior political adviser and potential campaign manager. Alan Cobb, a political adviser at Koch Industries, will oversee campaign recruitment. Recently, Breitbart reported Rick Santorum adviser Chuck Laudner will run Trump's potential campaign in Iowa.
Finally, the Post reported that Trump had hired Ed McMullen, who worked on Sen. John McCain's (R-AZ), presidential campaigns in South Carolina, and Sam Nunberg, an associate of New York opposition researcher Roger Stone.
Trump strongly floated running for president in the 2012 before opting against it. He was also one of the loudest voices pushing the debunked view that President Barack Obama was not born in the U.S. and had a fake birth certificate.
Check out the Illinois governor. Another big business asshole who has shut down Illinois government because the legislature wont do exactly as their told.
So am I and the Illinois governor is the poster boy of CEO's. Do just as I tell you or I will shut down my business and fire the whole bunch of you. Only what he is shutting down is government.
Trump touts his god-like business skills as a qualification for president. His skills have only benefitted him and his ego. He'll never ever be president but people should also realize that having a cutthroat business asshole as president is a terrible idea. Cut the deficit by defaulting and laying off all government employees and never pay your debts. Sounds like the perfect Republican president.