Best thing I've read about Trump.

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  1. slc

    slc Senior Member

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    He knocks off work at SIX THIRTY PM?

    WHAT?????

    He gets paid multiple times what most CEOs get paid and I don't know ANY CEOs that knock off at 6:30 pm every night!
     
  2. manesntails

    manesntails Senior Member

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    Remember, all he has to do is whatever Steve Bannon tells him to do. Eat breakfast and lunch, sign papers sitting down in his 'boardroom', with cameras going, and there's a wrap~!!

    Why do you think he's so refreshed and up at 2am tweeting?
     
  3. all4him

    all4him Senior Member

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    I don't see the problem. When you have a family and children, it is important for you to be home with your kids.
     
  4. chardavej

    chardavej Senior Member

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    How many CEO's do you know and how do you know what time most take off?
     
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  5. all4him

    all4him Senior Member

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    Hmm - I've worked for a few, am friends with a few and married one - well, before he became a pastor.
     
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    Nu5ha Senior Member

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    When my dad wasn't traveling and was in the same country as "home" must be a super special occasion for him to be home at 6:30pm. But he was and still is at 74 a workaholic. He was up at 5:30 am to run and in the office by 8 latest come rain come shine. I know a lot of CEO's that are like that. Also know of some who hardly come to the office.
     
  7. chardavej

    chardavej Senior Member

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    Sorry, was quoting SLC. :)
     
  8. all4him

    all4him Senior Member

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    LOL - Gotcha. :)
     
  9. all4him

    all4him Senior Member

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    See, my hubby would be up and working usually by 5 am at home and then scoot to the office by about 7 am or so. That allowed him to come home earlier. There WOULD be some nights that he'd be out later - especially if it had to do with having clients in town and taking them out to dinner and stuff but as often as possible, he'd be home.
     
  10. LaceyInJuneau

    LaceyInJuneau Full Member

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    His kid and wife are in New York, costing taxpayers millions.
     

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