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78 Reddit comments about Trump: The Art of the Deal:

u/tommy2014015 · 253 pointsr/SubredditDrama

As a corollary Donald J. Trump once wrote a book without having a brain. It's exhausting, but it can be done.

u/RedditHoss · 174 pointsr/hmmm
u/Secretsforsale · 33 pointsr/TopMindsOfReddit

4.5 stars.

Stop acting the victim, because people can easily look up that you are lying.

Edit: Honestly, 4.5 stars is astonishing to me. I feel like they aren't removing enough reviews, but I guess you are okay with that.

u/thanksbastards · 19 pointsr/philadelphia

Turn off the computer

Turn off the tv

Read a book

u/AllezCannes · 14 pointsr/canada

>Donald Trump literally wrote the book on negotiating.

He had a ghost writer that did the work for him, and he had some rather unkind words about his former boss.

u/winksup · 13 pointsr/conspiracy

Someone posted a comment on the yahoo page that was a good main reason why this is an issue, at least in my opinion. Basically, troll reviews have been around forever, and a lot of times people want these reviews to be removed. Why do they only step in and take down the ones for Hillary? Why isn't this a site-wide policy of just immediately deleting negative reviews from people that haven't received the authorized purchaser logo or whatever? Yeah there's other places to bash her, but it's funny they just decide to enforce this for her.

For example, here is a link to Donald Trump's book, looking at 1-star reviews with verified purchaser only option turned off. Hmm, I could scroll through 40 pages of people that give it 1-star and haven't purchased the book. Then here's Clinton's book with the same search parameters. At the time I'm looking at it, there's literally 3 1-star reviews from people that don't have the verified purchase indicator. So 40 pages of 1-star reviews from non-buyers, versus 3 reviews. I'm not pro-Trump in the slightest, I just picked that as an example because it's very easy to bash him. Seems to me they're blatantly playing favorites...

u/CynixCS · 13 pointsr/uncensorednews

>It's pretty funny that this same pattern can be seen in the other direction on the fringier ends of the right-wing subreddits, or even the comments in this one.

(((citation needed)))

>Accuse of violence: (check)

Oh you mean like the thousands of NRA people going around smacking people with bike locks AR15 stocks?

OF COURSE you have people resorting to violence on every side - given the enormous sample size it would be a legit miracle if there weren't any. However, the scale is very much tilted towards the left. You don't see Breitbart glorifying a Shakespear play where Barack Obama gets nailed to a cross and burned alive. However you DO see things - like - this from leftist sources.

Yeah that's not even close to comparable.

>Accuse of "(((parasitism)))": (all the checks)

We're getting there

>Dehumanize: (libtard, commie, shitskin, sweeping generalizations)

Never heard shitskin outside of legitimately racist circles. Citation needed.

Apart from that, those are insults. Not even close to being the same. This is a newspaper suggesting men should not be allowed to vote. Apples and oranges much?

Oh and look at that, Trump is a virus? Now we're 1:1, the NS people used that exact comparison (vermin, bacillus, virus et al) for the jews.

>Condone violence against them: /r/Physical_Removal

A 7000 sub subreddit about people hitting back? Well then I guess I'll concede, that's the overwhelming majority. Oh wait, Trump got some 63 million votes so those 7000 aren't even .012%. Even if I would accept your premise (which I don't), that's one out of 8350 people. Let's go to some leftist college campus like Berkeley and ask there how many of them would be okay with trump supporters getting beaten up - wanna bet it's slightly more than 1/8350?

>So what's the deal?

I guess that?

>Are we into some deep-level human nature victim mentality stuff, here?

No, we're in some "one side is salty they lost the election, now they're stirring up the exact kind of shit they're constantly accusing the other side of" stuff and here's the problem: this is not going to be the 1789 revolution where the glorious people win and drag the evil king to the guillotine, this is going to end up like 1832.

>humans have an affinity for underdog stories.

Bullets don't, and that's the issue.

>Maybe it's just a glitch in our pattern recognition. Law of Fives kinda stuff. The harder you look for something, the more likely you are to find it (even if it isn't, strictly speaking, true).

Or maybe we're slowly coming to the conclusion that intolerance must not be tolerated. The hilarious part being that those accusing of intolerance and those expressing intolerance are not as far apart as they'd like.

u/JurisMacto · 9 pointsr/The_Donald

Trumps timing is impeccable. He talks about the importance of timing
in his book The Art of the deal. Under budget and ahead of schedule!

u/lawz-lawz · 8 pointsr/LawSchool

Second best book to only the bible. Teaches you how to make great fantastic incredibly classy deals.

u/turinturambar81 · 7 pointsr/politics

Trump: The Art of the Deal in stock at Amazon.

u/donaldfisk · 7 pointsr/unitedkingdom

Ahem, The Art of the Deal.

I haven't read it, but can't imagine it's worse than Mein Kampf. I tried to read that once. It was a struggle.

u/SevenGlass · 7 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

That says more about you than it does about him. It's a pretty well known technique. It's even mentioned in this book. I'm pretty sure he knows the author.

u/Black6x · 6 pointsr/AskTrumpSupporters

Morning Joe spells it out. Their job is to report the news, right? And that's cool. And I get it, there's going to be some slant somewhere. That's just human nature, and EVERY organization has some slant. (I'd very quickly like to plug as a great resource).

But what good is a new organization to the people when it lets its slant allow it to misreport information? A news organization becomes the enemy when it stops reporting the news and starts reporting what they want you to think. I mean, it wasn't until after the election that someone made a gif of where Trump campaigned for the last 10 weeks. No one talks about ow he was working the map? No one looked at his strategy? No one tried to break it down until AFTER?

I like how the election turned out, although I would have liked t to have been Sanders vs Trump. I expected Trump to win, but at the same time, I was telling my democrat friends that they needed to watch out for Trump since the first debate, and that if they didn't take him seriously, he would win. And they laughed. And they shouted me down. And I'm black, but anm did the SJW's liek to flex on this issue.

NYT played him as a joke. Constantly. Hell, they're probably seeing a spike in readership right now because of this "fued." He secretely wants you to read the times, and he wants the Times to talk about him, so you are reading about him. And if you think the YT doesn't like it, you should look into their bottom line. NYT stock is up 50% since Trump won.

The funniest thing is, if you read the Art of the Deal this type of thing is exactly what Trump wants. It's exactly how he got the Wollman rink contract. Manipulating the media to play out public feuds. People on the left don't want to read that book, but if you want to "know your enemy" like any good tactician would, you need to read that book.

It's a book from 1987 where he says he hates Reagan, likes to manipulate the media, and hates the one sided trade deals the US is in. Trump has been the same for 30 years. No change. Even NPR pointed this out.

u/ddd333ggg · 6 pointsr/The_Donald

Please start your education early with the books that they will never introduce you to!! Here's a good start:

u/SirDigger13 · 5 pointsr/de

das ist nun mal The Art of the Deal /s

u/Galuda · 4 pointsr/The_Donald

Most politicians, including Trump's Art of the Deal, don't write their own books. They use ghost writers who compose their general ideas. It really should be no surprise that a book published by the holder of the most powerful political position in the US would be an instant best seller, regardless of content. There is no likely corruption.

u/knight222 · 3 pointsr/btc

He is indeed bargaining. However he terribly sucks at bargaining. He should take a few hints here and there


u/SerialBrain2 · 3 pointsr/u_SerialBrain2

This is good. You are thinking. Now take it a little further, expand your thinking and ask yourself how many offers did she have to make before he accepted the one he wanted? link.

u/breakbeats573 · 3 pointsr/worldnews

Ghost writers never take credit, so when Mr. Schwartz claims he did most of the work, he's readily admitting he was not a ghostwriter. Besides the fact Tony Schwartz's name appears right on the cover, so he's not a ghostwriter at all.

u/MemeyMcKek · 3 pointsr/The_Donald

They actually did find a highly secretive book.

u/Bobrossfan · 2 pointsr/politics
u/MASTER_OF_MOISTURE · 2 pointsr/deadbydaylight

i've been studying his bible for a LONG time, i'll link this sacred text here, it was written by one of ace's apostles, Donald

u/attorneyriffic · 2 pointsr/The_Donald
u/Phillypede · 2 pointsr/philadelphia
u/ST0NETEAR · 2 pointsr/The_Donald

Who am I kidding, Trump could have written his entire campaign strategy in a book and the fucking idiots wouldn't have even read it.

Oh wait, he did

u/illbzo1 · 1 pointr/Entrepreneur

> Where are you getting this master deal maker shit?

From Trump himself. He even claims to have written a book about it:

u/Rodney_Copperbottom · 1 pointr/The_Donald

Or you could always get him a copy of The Art of the Deal, if he doesn't already have one.

u/Angeldust01 · 1 pointr/politics
u/scsibusfault · 1 pointr/politics
u/Wannabe2good · 1 pointr/smallbusiness

> How would I go about determining the value?

I wouldn't. I would listen to their offer, then refuse because regardless of their offer, it's not their best offer. negotiate from there. I would also read this book now

u/thehalfdimeshow · 1 pointr/neoliberal

> waiting for good suggestions from our IR folks

The only book needed to make a country leader of the free world*


*Note that the country is France, not the country of the reader

u/slugsnot · 1 pointr/gifs
u/guuguuguu · 1 pointr/The_Donald
u/lawless68 · 1 pointr/POLITIC

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Read a book lol, here you go kiddo - Trump: The Art of the Deal

u/wagnerdc01 · 1 pointr/politics

If Trump hasn't divested from these businesses every dollar spent at a foreign establishment can be considered a bride. It's a matter for debate but until he proves he's divested it seems like a huge conflict of interest. But when has trump ever used a position of power for his own personal gain.

u/chefhj · 1 pointr/worldnews

Yes. Like how he did the first two times through the use of ghost writers like nigh on every politician in the last 100 years...

u/toupeira · 1 pointr/television
u/beebeebeebeebeep · 1 pointr/politics

Well, this family does have a history of poorly written books.

u/hopelifegetsbetter · 1 pointr/The_Donald

by the book, no really go buy it! ^^*I_Agree_With_Ya

u/potterpockets · 1 pointr/politics

Read this and you can!!!

u/memepadder · 0 pointsr/thinkpad

>And btw, can you teach me some of your negotiation tactics?

The only book your need to read.

u/ProblemBesucher · 0 pointsr/suggestmeabook

If I have said it once I have said it a thousand times: Trump got them answers !

Trump: Build that wall

Mexico: No can do

Trump: walks out

u/MadgeWilkins · -1 pointsr/politics

Please point out where I brought up race. Try and make an argument without blindly accusing people of racism. As for Trump's ability to make deals, I highly recommend you read this book.

u/Fire-Keeper · -1 pointsr/politics

He's for diplomacy with Cuba but we need to make a good deal with them. He said he'll close the embassy in Havana until a good deal can be worked out. The Art of the Deal.

u/jackbootedcyborg · -2 pointsr/AskTrumpSupporters

So, you don't understand why we enacted the tariffs? There's actually a whole book on it. You can find it here.

Tariffs are a means, not an ends. The ends (goal) is zero tariffs.

u/court12b · -4 pointsr/politics

You genuinely trust a man who wrote a bestseller on being deceptive and manipulative?

u/PillarOfWisdom · -13 pointsr/pics

Ever hear of Art of the Deal? Yeah, the book HE FUCKIN' WROTE!!! Suck it loser, you're on the wrong side of history. Liberalism isn't sustainable and everyone knows it.

u/Thank_You_JohnMadden · -16 pointsr/politics

A) Addressing one's name and making fun of a physical characteristic are not in the same. Isn't the left supposed to be accepting of everyone and their "body image"?
B) Most people shorten it to DJT and he also embraces his middle initial himself. He even places his middle initial on the books he has authored.

Why? Because it's his name and he's proud of it. Why does Barry feel the need to hide his full name?

u/3lRey · -27 pointsr/suggestmeabook

You're probably right, but I don't assume a book about business dealings would have a "morally reprehensible main character" especially considering this was ghost written.

Read the reviews:

If it was really "reprehensible" then there would be something on it, yes?

Eh you guys are fucking jerk offs. Find something to talk about that isn't Trump.