He needs a cool theme song....Amnesia said:"Dr. Randal Pinkett"?
Not that he's not a doctor, but who puts it on their Web site that way?
"Entrepeneur - Speaker - Author - Community Servant"?
That's just over the top.
This is just false.But, once again, nothing I said that evening suggested that I was opposed to giving her a job.
It was a simple question. He says it was "clear" to him Trump meant should Rebecca be a co-winner, but he has to make assumptions to get to that clarity.First, it was clear to me at the time and Mr. Trump has confirmed that when he asked, "Should I hire Rebecca also?" that Mr. Trump was soliciting my opinion on whether she should be crowned as an equal co-Apprentice, not hired for a runner-up job. Undoubtedly, this is the most prevalent misunderstanding from the finale.
Yep.Could I have stated my position more gracefully? Certainly. I actually thought my answer was somewhat tactful, as it was preceeded with glowing compliments. Could I have added a few statements that encouraged Mr. Trump to still offer a job to the runner-up? Absolutely.
Just because he has not begun his assignment does not mean he hasn't turned off Trump's people, given the likelihood that there has been significant contact.Note: Any media article that has commented on my experience working with The Trump Organization or with Mr. Trump thus far is based on misinformation, as I have yet to even begin my assignment. As of this posting, I expect to begin my assignment with Trump Entertainment Resorts in Atlantic City, NJ, sometime in February 2006. Stay tuned for more information!
I listened a couple times, that night, and I'm about 90% sure she said, "That's unfortunate."TiVo'Brien said:I swear I heard Rebecca say after Randal's choice that she supported his decision. It was kinda hard to hear among the cacophony of the finale, but I'm pretty sure she was okay with it.
I'm sorry, someone with a website dedicated to how humble they are and who becomes a contestant on a highly-rated network reality show who makes this statement is seriously self-deluded.My behavior in life and on television have shown me to be someone who is respectful, genuine and humble, not egotistical, selfish or in search of the limelight.
That very well could be. "I support that" and "That's unfortunate" are fairly close under those noisy circumstances.tecban said:I listened a couple times, that night, and I'm about 90% sure she said, "That's unfortunate.".........
I remember the 2001 NFC Championship game where the Eagles lost to the Rams and they all whined and complained after the game that the better team didn't win and they felt they should be the champs. McNabb, after throwing a brutal interception on the final drive to kill their chances, said that he felt the Eagles should be going to the Super Bowl, not the team that actually won the game.flyers088 said:Does all of this mean I can now consider the Eagles Co-Super Bowl Champs for 2005, because eventhough they did not win the game they came real close.
Easy. Even if you get past the fact that Trump simply said "Should I hire Rebecca too" (or something very close to that), the right thing to do would have been for Randall to be in a mode of what is best for the company since he just won the contest. He would have won over a lot of people if he had done that.MickeS said:I still don't get what was so bad about what he did. He didn't want to share the win, which I wouldn't have wanted to either. When Trump said it, it certainly seemed to me that it meant the win would in essence be split, even if that was not his intention.
As a MA resident and devoted fan of the Patriots......I state that, no, you cannot!flyers088 said:Does all of this mean I can now consider the Eagles Co-Super Bowl Champs for 2005, because eventhough they did not win the game they came real close. I like it, no winners or losers just co-champs for everything!