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Is Donald Trump Prejudiced?

Arne + December 17th, 2005 + 100 replies

Is Donald Trump prejudiced?

It makes me online cialis wonder, it seems to me that Donald Trump tried in every way NOT TO HIRE RANDAL who was the obvious choice.

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Fans that are sounding off, what is it that you are upset about! Really what did Rebecca do to make it that far? She really didn't contribute much in ANY TASK! She used her injury to her advantage and gained sympathy from fans.

If Rebecca's foot wasn't injured she most likely would of been targeted from the group and fired!

I didn't like Alla's way but I do agree with Alla when she truthfully said that Rebecca didn't give anything!

Randall also lost his grandmother! He went to her funeral and came right back on the task!

Rebecca on two occasions misrepresented Randal's role in a task when he did indeed contribute to the task. Why did Rebecca do this? Because she knew Randal was the competition!

Rebecca is by trade a media/reporter, so we do know that she is well trained in misleading the audience/readers with the truth and the facts.

Donald Trump in many apprentice shows had fine young African Americans and yet each time he would let them get oh so close and find a reason to let them go!

I will also say one thing Donald Trump is not representative of what Americans are and what they stand for! For one thing I was extremely proud and impressed with the fired potential apprentices who supported Randal even though they got fired! They harboured no resentment and they were behind him 1000 percent of the way. These folks are representative of American Thought.

Internationally Americans are thought to be racists, which Americans are consistently showing that they are not what others think of them. They proved it with the Apprentice and they proved it in Big Brother when America voted Keyser back in the house.

Mr. Trump, George and Carolyn may want to take some humble lessons from their fellow Americans and Mr. Trump may want to consider the dirty trick he played on Randal by giving him his first bout of Authority and having him make the decision if Rebecca should also be hired.

The bottom line is Rebecca did not deserve to win and the right person was hired!

I am surprised and even shocked that Donald would consider hiring Rebecca who never won a task and was mostly on the losing side each week. The one and only reason Rebecca won was because Randal did want her to gain the win, because Randal guided Rebecca on her one and only win( with Randal) that the actor they had was not up to par, and also because Randal was ready willing and able to ensure they got the win when he stepped in and did the skit in place of a boring actor. Had Rebecca stayed with this actor it would of been another defeat.

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In reality the final competition should of been between Randal and ALLA.

Rebecca the person who says she worked with Colin Powell and raised $750,000 at 15 years of age, didn't raise a dime for the event she was leading. Rebecca tried to mislead Trump when she said Randal over thinks! and loses focus. Really!!!! Rebecca, Carolyn herself said you had lost focus of what the final and most important task was and that was to raise money for a worthy cause! Further if Rebecca expects us to believe that at 15 she raised this amount of cash, I would venture to say that it is only because a famed person like Colin Powell was with her! My one question to Rebecca is if you were so good at raising money, why didn't you step to the plate and help the leaders of each task achieve their goal! Hell you should of been winning tasks left and right! If you were so good you would of found a way to respect the yahoo executives wishes and still raised the money for the charity. Instead you fumbled once more.

Congratulations Randal you deserved to win and it was a HONEST WIN!

I believe one of the fired potential apprentices told Mr. Trump ” it was a railroad right from the beginning” which I tend to agree what you did last night the Donald was indeed a railroad!

The bottom line is that Randal was the best man for the job and that Rebecca flew under the radar right down to the end!

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100 Comments

  1. Black Beauty replied:

    Having missed most of the show, can someone out there please list Rebecca’s “outstanding qualities”, apart from the broken foot (which she was walking on easily on the last night), the fake smile (which makes useless the importance of ‘body language’) and her obvious disloyalty to Randal on the final night when she said his ‘over-education’ was a liability (after helping her win a task with that ‘education’).

    December 20th, 2005 at 2:24 pm (permalink)

  2. Bonty replied:

    The point is lets be real, is that you are pointing fingers at randalls character and making him out to of lesser character than others on the show when he has demonstrated flawless character & honesty in COMPARABLE situations.

    If you defend rebecca who backstabbed him in the boardroom or defend Donald trump who ADMITTED that this Rebecca was a PERSONAL decision rather than a correct one then WHY insult Randall?

    Insulting Randall who deserves the win is the problem.

    December 20th, 2005 at 2:34 pm (permalink)

  3. Bonty replied:

    oh, & the only reason Rebecca should be hired is that she got thru the show with a broken ankle, i guess.

    Go figure.

    December 20th, 2005 at 2:36 pm (permalink)

  4. RealityTVFan replied:

    Whoa……hold on there Bonty. How is that pointing fingers at his character? I don’t see that at all.

    I think Lets be real makes a good point. It is a darn TV show, made to get ratings and commercial dollars. Trump is not racist, this is not a racial issue. It is simply a discussion on how Randal handled the final outcome. Some people like what he did, some people don’t. I think he has outstanding character and is honest, but I think he could have handled the final situation better……..bottom line, is it is all opinion. I am not going to convince you and you are not going to convince me! That is the fun of this ongoing chat……plus, I am doing it a work 🙂 Bet Trump wouldn’t hire me!!

    December 20th, 2005 at 2:41 pm (permalink)

  5. Bonty replied:

    Like i said… WHO are you comparings Randalls action to???

    What matters is how Rebecca handled it and Trump as well… they BOTH put Randal in a choice NEITHER wanted to make.

    Rebecca has NEVER admitted Randall deserved the win over her and Trump wouldn’t hire her by himself and tried to let Randall do it because it would have been the 1st apprentice who didn’t have the best record.

    Oh and ‘letsbe real’ was the guy who made the slavery comment… so he is definately racist.

    and you can’t stop insulting Randall so what makes you think Rebecca doen’t deserve insult too?

    Rebecca would not be degraded if you guys haven’t contionually insulted Randall and then if she stepped up and took her loss and admitted it.

    December 20th, 2005 at 2:49 pm (permalink)

  6. Bonty replied:

    oh and iyou won’t let facts persuade you because its a fact that Randall is better with the record to prove it.

    EVERYTHING else about character is subjective which means Randall is not ‘worse’ in character & integrity than Rebecca or Trump.

    The only thing that is subjective is character which means everyones equally in THAT regard.

    Which still means Randall is far ahead of everyone in facts and character is debateable with everyone else.

    December 20th, 2005 at 2:55 pm (permalink)

  7. Bonty replied:

    NOONE really knows who is a ‘better person’ and EVERYONE has shown a willingness to’play’ the game to their advantage.

    So lay off of Randall if you want to protect Rebecca or Trump.

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:00 pm (permalink)

  8. Derrick replied:

    Ok RealityTVFan…here it is:

    1. Let’s say Randal says Trump, go ahead and hire Rebecca. He tells Rebecca “You’re hired”…you cannot tell me that the headlines wouldn’t be reading “Trump Hires Two Apprentices!” I think it would be naive to think that. As Miss America told The Donald, they never say to the winner of the Miss America pageant “Hey, she was good too. Should she enjoy the spoils of victory as well?” People keep saying that Randal had already won, and that this wasn’t about sharing the title. If that’s the case, then why the perception that that is exactly what he would be doing, not only from Randal and Miss America, but also the other candidates? Because the perception is that is exactly what Randal would be doing…sharing the crown.

    2. The thing that EVERYBODY keeps glossing over is that Randal said “If you’re going to hire someone tonight, it should be only one”. He NEVER said Trump shouldn’t hire Rebecca. He said not tonight.

    3. Trump should not have asked Randal that question in the first place! He put Randal in a spot to make a snap decision after a tense boardroom. He should not have assumed Randal would say yes.

    4. Everyone who keeps harping about Rebecca’s integrity must be forgetting when she went after Randal in the boardroom during the XM task when it was clear the target would be Clay. Randal didn’t appreciate it, which is why they had the discussion about it at the beginning of the show the following week.

    5. The relevance of that quote is this: Randal could’ve taken the easy way out and said hire Rebecca now. Instead, hec hose the more difficult route, a battle that he is most definitely losing. Just look at the hit his reputation he’s taking, which in my opinion is unnecessary.

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:08 pm (permalink)

  9. RealityTVFan replied:

    dude, seriously, read my comments. I have said all along that he should have won and that he was the best of all of them. If you want me to lay off him and not say those things any more than ok. You are right, he has a better record and is the best candidate. I have never said otherwise.

    you don’t get what my point is about how he handled the victory, that’s all…its cool, not everyone understands or thinks the same.

    I am goint to stop saying Randal was the best now caus e you want me to lay off him…… 🙂

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:08 pm (permalink)

  10. Bonty replied:

    i wouldn’t worry about Randall, Derrick… the people who support him are more important than the ones who don’t.

    Like you said…Winners of OTHER events like Miss America agrees..so Randal has WINNERS on his side including Trumps own executive level business partners. 🙂

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:14 pm (permalink)

  11. RealityTVFan replied:

    Derrick, I totally get what you are saying and I agree. I guess the point is that if I had been Randal, I would have agreed with Trump that he should hire Rebecca and not cared that the headlines would read as you indicate.

    I would have enjoyed it just as much, gone off to Atlantic City, done the best job I could etc etc..

    Look at your point in #5. There is a reason why he is taking such a hit, because what he did in my opinion was not neccesary.

    Really, it just comes down to what you value more. The spotlight on that one night and having recognition as the sole apprentice, or getting her hired on to, working hard for the organization and impressing Trump with how hard you work over the coming year. If it is true that they work for him for a whole year, with the potential to move ahead maybe it would be have been good for him to hire Rebecca to. Would have given him a whole year to continue to outshine her and prove that one it comes time for promotions he is still the one!

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:17 pm (permalink)

  12. Bonty replied:

    realitytvfan, you don’t get it.. you are trying to force people to accept a subjective truth… character.. and you even defended Trump who has done a helluva lot worse things in REAL life… to his own wife.

    There is absolutely no evidence that supports Randall being ‘bad’ compared to everyone else so people like YOU started this… we came on to DEFEND randall who was being attacked.

    You defend Trump & Rebecca so stop crying cause we defend randall..

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:18 pm (permalink)

  13. Bonty replied:

    Randall is taking an UNFAIR hit according to Derrick… so its YOU who should change and not Randall.

    If everyone makes good points then we are right.

    None of us agree you are making sense attacking Randall at all over ANYONE else including Trump.

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:20 pm (permalink)

  14. RealityTVFan replied:

    show me where I say Randall is bad or has bad character or where I ‘attacked’ him…….

    I have said over and over that it comes down to opinion and not everyone is going to agree….if that is forcing people to accept something, than I am guilty as charged.

    Last time I checked I said he was the best candidate and should have won so now I am confused….I guess it is the tears blurring the screen….

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:22 pm (permalink)

  15. Bonty replied:

    NONE of us think that it would be in Randalls interest to accept Trumps offer.

    NOONE in the history of WINNERS has ‘shared’ ANY type of win including the PREVIOUS apprentices.

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:24 pm (permalink)

  16. Derrick replied:

    Bottom line RealtyTVFan…there is only one Apprentice. There should be only one Apprentice. Randal in my opnion showed integrity by saying what he felt was right. To this day, he sticks by his decision. The whole show is a game. You have to have a little arrogance and self confidence to win. You want the spotlight to be on you. He earned the spotlight that night. You WANT the recognition of being the sole Apprentice. I guarantee if you ask any other candidate on that show from any year, they will tell you that. He should not have had to share it with Rebecca. Trump could’ve gone on television the next day and offered Rebecca a job. Then they could’ve worked together as you say. As far as what he did being unnecessary, I totally disagree. As I said, the unnecessary thing was for him for him to be put in that position.

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:24 pm (permalink)

  17. Bonty replied:

    YOU CAN’T READ.. you said Randall ‘CHARACTER is questionable while saying NOTHING against Rebecca or Trump’s character.

    Go ahead…. make a comment on backstabbing and character with EVERY other candidate and apprentice winner… say something against Trump or Rebecca for not agreeing Randall deserves it.

    go ahead… see if you can otherwise you only said Randall has bad character which is subjective.

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:27 pm (permalink)

  18. Bonty replied:

    oops derrick, my above post was meant for realitytvfan…

    YOU make alotta sense.

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:28 pm (permalink)

  19. Bonty replied:

    Bottom line Realitytvfan, it is TRUMP who should change what he did… he had plenty of time to think about it before the final show.

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:31 pm (permalink)

  20. RealityTVFan replied:

    Again, show me where I say his character is questionable in this thread…….just show me. I want to see it in writing……..

    And you don’t have to make rude comments….clearly I can read otherwise I wouldn’t be able to waste time in this inspired debate with you!

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:33 pm (permalink)

  21. Rick replied:

    Posted by RealityTVFan:
    “Your logic is that he would be sacrificing his title, which I don’t agree with. It is an insecure person who puts weight and merit on titles and trophys rather than the accompishment itself.”

    And this is where you and Randal will always disagree. You appear to be the kind of person who would not feel bad about sharing your victory with another person. If that is OK for you, then that’s great! Don’t ever change because we disagree. Randal (as well as me, Bonty, Derrick, etc.) would feel badly about ourselves if we let our “moment” get away just to make other people happy (especially a bunch of people we don’t know, a bunch of people who don’t REALLY care about us anyway, a bunch of people who only really care about watching conflict and turmoil on television).

    In our opinion, it would take an “insecure” person to do what you want. A person who needs the approval of others over our own feelings and ideals. Remember, Randal dedicated this competition to his grangmother’s memory. He deserved the victory he earned. Rebecca had NOTHING to do with that. All he asked for was ONE night. Is that too much to give him? If Rebecca is really taking this personally, then who is the arrogant one?

    To answer your question once and for all: What would he have lost? Self respect. We will just have to agree to disagree on this one.

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:33 pm (permalink)

  22. RealityTVFan replied:

    You could be right about that, and I just happen to agree that he put Randal in somewhat of a bad situation. It is there where the opinions start…..

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:34 pm (permalink)

  23. RealityTVFan replied:

    Fair enough….lets disagree about it, you are right. There is not way to resolve it…..kinda fun making a mountain out of a molehill though huh!!??

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:36 pm (permalink)

  24. Rick replied:

    Hehe, I typed “grangmother” hehehhehehe

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:38 pm (permalink)

  25. RealityTVFan replied:

    Hey, by the way as you may have figured out, I am one of the administrators of this site. (I have been nice and not edited any of your comments, he he)

    I would like to invite you guys to sign up and write articles anytime you want. I like to have lots of opinions going, makes it better!!

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:40 pm (permalink)

  26. Derrick replied:

    Rick, that post is absolutely perfect! You’re right: only the insecure look for approval. And as competetive as I am, I’m not about to share a win with anyone. I think people that are slamming Randal underestimate the competetive nature of indivduals. Great post Rick!

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:41 pm (permalink)

  27. Rick replied:

    Absolutely, I get bored at work too, LOL. How do we sign up?

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:41 pm (permalink)

  28. Derrick replied:

    RealityTVFan, at least your debate didn’t get personal. This has been fun, as there are not a lot of Apprentice fans here at my job, so this has been my release.

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:43 pm (permalink)

  29. Poole replied:

    So Donald Trump was so impressed with the last two candidates that he wanted to hire both. Why did he not follow the same concept during “The Apprentice 1 ?” The first runner up for Apprentice 1 was an African American. As much as he says he liked both finalists in Apprentice 1, he hired one and fired the other, and the one he fired was Kwame, the African American. There was no argument about his decision when he fired Kwame because, point blank, it could only be one winner.

    This episode, he decides to change the concept of the show at the last minute “because he was so impressed with both of the finalist.” Just as Randal said, the purpose of the reality TV show was to come up with an Apprentice (meaning one). It would not have mattered if he was impressed with the final 10 candidates, he still would have had to make his decision to hire only one Apprentice at the end of the show. I agree with Randal’s decision to keep that title to himself. It is very unfair that he had to make this decision and that they even edited that portion into the last episode; because as a prior person said in his comments(comment #15)…..you’re doomed if you do and you’re doomed if you don’t.

    Think, if every reality show decided at the end that they wanted to selected the last 2 or 3 candidates (even if one candidates capabilities clearly outweighs the others). How many people would continue to watch the show? It is about coming down to the last person and having one winner. You only have one winner on Survivor, America’s Next Top Model, etc. Winning that title is just like winning a million dollars on one of the other reality TV shows. And having to split or share that would be unheard of. You don’t fight that hard throughout an entire show to come to the end and share your glory. All the other Apprentices stood in the spotlight alone and Randal deserves that same opportunity.

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:46 pm (permalink)

  30. RealityTVFan replied:

    Rick, See the silly picture of Rob and Amber at the top? Underneath it has a “register” link. You can sign up there and write articles about any show you want. I am pretty sure you can add categories etc… I can always check it out to. American Idol is coming up, we should be able to argue about that one to!!!

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:47 pm (permalink)

  31. Rick replied:

    Will do!

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:48 pm (permalink)

  32. Bonty replied:

    geez, i’m at work too…
    …as much as i agree with the above article, it does lack a little ‘ahem’ refinement.

    but its all good! 🙂

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:48 pm (permalink)

  33. RealityTVFan replied:

    Thanks Derrick, it is certainly not so important that it should be personal. God help us if this show means that much! It is only one relatively small area where I disagree anyway, maybe didn’t do a real good job of saying that…….

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:49 pm (permalink)

  34. Derrick replied:

    No, I think I understand exactly where you disagree…hell, my initial reaction to what Randal did was “Randal messed up”. It wasn’t until I actually replayed that scene where I realized that the competetive juices were flowing, and if I were in his position, I would’ve done the exact same thing. I think everyone who disagrees with his decision is doing so because they think Randal didn’t want Rebecca hired, which isn’t the case. He just didn’t want Trump to hire her right then and there.

    December 20th, 2005 at 3:55 pm (permalink)

  35. Black Beauty replied:

    Hello, I would appreciate a reply to the following:

    Having missed most of the show, can someone out there please list Rebecca’s “outstanding qualities”, apart from the broken foot (which she was walking on easily on the last night), the fake smile (which makes useless the importance of ‘body language’) and her obvious disloyalty to Randal on the final night when she said his ‘over-education’ was a liability (after helping her win a task with that ‘education’).

    December 20th, 2005 at 5:02 pm (permalink)

  36. Derrick replied:

    The only things I can think of is she was very creative, as evidenced by the Yahoo task, she was loyal to Toral, and she stayed cool under fire. That’s all I’ve got. I don’t know how much backbone she has, though. I know it was idea o steal the megaphones, but in the NetMeeting task, she asked Randal to fire the actor who was doing a piss poor job, she completely misread Carolyn’s comment about their commercial (Randal had to reassure her that Carolyn didn’t mean anything by it), and she didn’t go against the Yahoo! execs in raising money. And to those praising Yahoo! for donating at the Finale and giving props to Rebecca for it, I guarantee that if Trump hadn’t said something about it in the boardroom (remember, he said they should donate since they didn’t allow Rebecca to raise money during the event), Yahoo! would not have donated a cent. So to me, her toguhness is a big question mark.

    December 20th, 2005 at 5:17 pm (permalink)

  37. Black Beauty replied:

    I watched the last task and it seemed her team was doing all the thinking for her. She was only agreeing or disagreeing and leaving it to them to do the running around as well as she had a broken foot.

    I learnt nothing about the Charity she was raising funds for and she could have found a way to raise the funds without asking directly. That’s where I would have believed in her “outstanding” abilities.

    She completely failed her task, so why are people saying she excelled?

    December 20th, 2005 at 5:30 pm (permalink)

  38. Rick replied:

    “No, I think I understand exactly where you disagree…hell, my initial reaction to what Randal did was “Randal messed up”.”

    I’m with you on that Derrick. I’ll admit, I buried my head when he did that and just said, “No way.” Then I looked at the smug look on Trump’s face and instantly thought, “Why?” But we all knew why. Low ratings and Season 5. In the end all is well though for Rebecca. She’s had several offers on top of the offer from Yahoo.

    And could someone please explain why Randall, Alla, and any of the other highly successful contestants where even on The Apprentice? We’re talking about a $250,000, one year contract, right? But Randal and Alla were both controlling million-dollar companies. So, what’s the motivation? I haven’t seen the 15 minutes of fame yield diddly for Bill, Kelly, and Kendra yet.

    December 20th, 2005 at 6:06 pm (permalink)

  39. RealityTVFan replied:

    That is a great point Rick….I didn’t really get that either. What about his company? Is he leaving people in the lurch by going to work for Trump? I have wondered that on several of the seasons so far….

    And going back to the definition of Apprentice which I posted earlier, the people he has been choosing don’t really fit the definition of the word. Just interesting that they kind of got away from hiring a true apprentice. If it was a true apprentice, experience would be irrelevant!

    December 20th, 2005 at 6:27 pm (permalink)

  40. Bonty replied:

    The answer is prestige and publicity which would help any business including multi million dollar ones…also getting access to and making business deals with other multi- billion $ CEO’s.

    The president of the United States makes about the same but he gets access to Major Domestic & International business connections that pay off in the long run,
    Bush made a helluva lot more money than his salary as President y’know. and he will continue to do so afterwards….connections.

    Rebecca has offers from Yahoo, but i doubt they compare to overseeing the construction of a skyscaper that Trump offerred and that Rebecca had no qualifications to do.
    Yahoo is most likely offering her reasonable positions that shes qualified for.

    December 20th, 2005 at 6:34 pm (permalink)

  41. Bonty replied:

    The apprenticeship is for a CEO position which is different from an apprentice for a grocery store manager.

    It requires experience.

    December 20th, 2005 at 6:36 pm (permalink)

  42. Bonty replied:

    Qualifications for an apprentice depends on the type of job.

    …No qualifications would be more like “The Intern.”

    December 20th, 2005 at 6:40 pm (permalink)

  43. Dr. Albert replied:

    Why not hear it directly from the 3 participants?

    The Donald and R&R was interviewed on the Larry King show. Go to
    http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/

    Here’s an example:

    KING: Randal, the obvious, why did you say no?

    PINKETT: Well, Larry, you know first let me just say that I have a tremendous amount of respect for Rebecca and I think she’s outstanding. And, as she mentioned, you know, we worked extremely well together on the last few tasks and I think we both had a high level of mutual respect for each other.

    But, at the same time, you know, I believe that the competition was indeed about selecting “The Apprentice.” You know nothing I said that evening, as some may have interpreted, precluded the possibility of Rebecca still joining any organization, including the Trump organization.

    But for that evening I believed that much like other finales, we’ve had three previous apprentices. None of the three have ever been presented with the opportunity to hire their adversary and I felt like I sufficiently distinguished myself, having worked extremely hard, much like Miss USA or Michael Jordan or any other competitor that I had distinguished myself as “The Apprentice.” I think my record really spoke for itself.

    KING: But upon further reflection couldn’t you also say, you know, good business is teamwork? She was terrific. We worked together. I’ve got a chance here organizationally to be above it and say OK.

    PINKETT: Right. Right, well hear what I’m saying, Larry. All I said was that if you’re going to hire somebody tonight that did not preclude hiring her the next day or two days later.

    So there’s still — I mean I still left room for the possibility of her joining the team. Nothing I said precluded that. My comment was that tonight in particular is about hiring “The Apprentice,” so what I’ve done is not contradictory with what you’ve just said at all.

    December 21st, 2005 at 2:29 am (permalink)

  44. Peggy replied:

    You would have a little more credibility for your views if you could write English. How many times did you write “should of”, when what you meant to write is “should have”? It’s pronounced the same. OK, it’s partially your grade school’s, high school’s and college’s fault for not having made you learn correct English grammar. But if you expect to write and have people take you seriously, you have to show people you care enough to put some effort into teaching yourself how to write proper English. After all, President Lincoln had to walk miles and miles in the snow to go to school, taught himself most of what he knew, and he is one of the best writers of English ever.

    December 28th, 2005 at 2:16 pm (permalink)

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    December 29th, 2005 at 6:17 pm (permalink)

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    December 29th, 2005 at 6:18 pm (permalink)

  47. spawn replied:

    Judging by the above posts, I KNOW Randal did the right thing. It seems he’s pissed of the racist neo-nazi, and that can’t be all bad! 🙂

    December 30th, 2005 at 8:55 am (permalink)

  48. BelloFello replied:

    All or most of these comments have basically questioned 2 things; why couldn’t Rebecca be hired with Randal & why did Randal not object to that happening. I’ve heard no good reasons for either happening because there obviously are none. It shouldn’t have been proposed in the first place. The question is … why WAS it proposed in the first place. 2nd place is 2nd place. Let’s call all the 2nd place winners from other reality shows and give the same prize as the runner ups. This wouldn’t have been a racial issue had 1st stayed 1st and if Randal had not been asked to share his prize. If Rebecca had performed the way Randal did, this wouldn’t have happened. So, the only obvious difference is race. Trump racist? No quite. America racist? Probably.

    January 2nd, 2006 at 11:07 pm (permalink)

  49. Arne replied:

    Was Donald Trump being professional on wanting to hire Rebecca? Let’s see on Larry King Live what did the Donald say about Rebecca” I looked into this big beautiful brown eyes and wanted to hire her??”, um sorry folks, seems to me ” The Donald”, did not have business and professionalism on his mind, when he said that.

    Does Donald Trump the Billionaire, actually hire his employee’s by looking into their big beautiful whatever color eyes? >>.

    If that’s the case no wonder he has filed bankruptcy on two occasions.
    Mrs. Trump must love that statement. If he keeps this up, I imagine he will be divorced in no time!

    On the other hand, what did Donald say about Randall on Larry King live?
    He said that his business associates and friends all said and I emphasize on ALL– said that Randall made a “smart business decision”.

    Trump’s only interest in Rebecca was her “big, beautiful, brown, eyes.
    Point and match! (Shrugs don’t get mad at me, The Donald said it on a popular national television show) smirk, smirk and double smirk!!!!

    Arne

    January 9th, 2006 at 2:25 pm (permalink)

  50. gildas replied:

    thank you for your work

    July 21st, 2006 at 3:22 am (permalink)

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