He’s undisciplined in a wild sort of way. It’s what defines him.— Tim O'Brien
He was born into great wealth.— Tim O'Brien
He is not someone who can absorb criticism.— Tim O'Brien
We spent a lot of time together.— Tim O'Brien
Donald Trump is dangerous and unprepared for office.— Tim O'Brien
The Trump organisation is essentially a branding and licensing operation. He owns very little real estate and he’s lost control of his casinos.— Tim O'Brien
Why are we so scared of Donald Trump as US president?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Tim O'Brien, Trump biographer and Opinion Executive Editor at Bloomberg.
O'Brien previewed Tuesday’s US election.
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