20 Worst Things Donald Trump Ever Said on ‘The Apprentice’
We’ve all gotten so familiar with the ridiculous things that Donald Trump has said during his Presidential campaign. He’s offensive even when he’s trying to be nice (did you see his Cinco de Mayo post about “loving Hispanics”?) and even more offensive when he’s trying to get people on his side.
But The Donald was like this well before he started his bid for the presidency. Here are a few of his early quotes from the first few seasons of his hit show The Apprentice.
“What is the “f-bomb”?
A lot of people noticed that until Celebrity Apprentice aired in 2008, Trump wasn’t so into dropping the f-bomb on television — he still had some class. Most likely, his producers were pretty grateful about that, too. But the fact that he doesn’t seem to know what this phrase means is a little weird.
“I mean, everyone hates you, everyone…”
Trump ripped apart contestant Sam Solovey, who showed himself as the villain of the first season of The Apprentice in 2004. Trump insisted that everyone hated him, and went on to talk over Solovey, who was trying to get a word in edgewise, and reassure him that even if he didn’t think it was true, it was.
“I show this apartment to very few people. Presidents, Kings…and they walk in, they look around, they really can’t believe what they’re seeing.”
Trump convinces the contestants that the best possible reward for the winners of that week’s challenge was to get a quick look at his apartment.