Donald Trump Will Compete In Iowa

Geez. Why are we indulging this guy?
Donald Trump will compete in Iowa, if he decides to run for the Republican presidential nomination.

In an interview Thursday with the "Des Moines Register," Trump indicated that he would campaign aggressively in Iowa for the first-in-the-nation caucus and plans to visit the Hawkeye state soon, though he's still contemplating a formal bid for the White House.

Trump says he's got big goals for Iowa, telling the newspaper, "I will meet many, many people–maybe all of the people. If I decide to run, I will be shaking hands with everybody."

And he is not unaware of criticism that he may face on the campaign trail related to his personal history. The twice-divorced real-estate mogul said "One of the reasons I was divorced is because I worked very hard. And, you know, that's a good reason. But I worked very, very hard building up a great company. And it's a great company."
My emphasis.

So, this is what every college kid is told to list as one of their "weaknesses" in a job interview.

'So, when the interviewer asks what your one weakness is, be sure to say that you work too hard. Because that is actually a strength, see?'


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