Take a seat and listen up because this is without doubt the best list ever created. It’s going to be huge and spectacular, no one else could come up with material like this. We don’t have time for political correctness and neither does the Sportster readers so lets get on with it.
The walking, talking human headline that is the Donald is an addict, he just doesn’t know it yet. The publicity tycoon loves to rub up against success, so to speak. If you’re a winner – Trump wants you! If you’re creating news – Trump wants to call up Fox and Friends and give his two cents. Rupert Murdoch might own the news, but Trump makes the news. His poll numbers might fluctuate on the road to the White House in 2016, just don’t expect that to influence his behavior.
Most politicians come equipped with their corrupt donors, their dodgy PR agents. Some, we assume, are good people. But Donald doesn’t need any of that. He inherited all of his wealth at birth and has never had to work a day in his life. Trump doesn’t listen to advice and why would he? The man considers himself the best businessman on the planet and equates his book with the bible.
DT has a special relationship with sport. And by special, we mean incredibly embarrassing and scandalous. It suits his character to join the political elite because this is a history of all talk and no action. From his mooted takeovers of NFL and soccer clubs, dalliances with athletes and associations with shady boxing figures, Trump has tried to elevate himself on the shoulders of those much greater. Here are 10 Moments Donald Trump Used Sports To His Benefit.
10 New York Mets Ownership 2011
9 Trump International Golf Links Course
8 Alex Rodriguez
7 Linsanity Bandwagon
6 Buffalo Bills Ownership Bid 2014
5 Tom Brady endorsement
4 New Jersey Generals USFL
3 Celebrity Apprentice
2 Colombian Soccer Club
1 Don King Partnership
Don King – the brother from another mother. These two went together like peanut butter and jelly. Both deluded narcissists who ride on the success of others, Trump helped King to promote various fights during the halcyon days of Mike Tyson. The partnership brought knock-on benefits financially to each party until Trump lost interest. Aside from the hair, its not difficult to image a time where Don King was running for president while Trump promoted fights.
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