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Business Insider Warren Buffett Scolds Donald Trump: Have You No Sense of Decency, Sir? Add Warren Buffett to the list of Donald Trumps fellow billionaires who dont believe the Republican presidential nominees claims of tremendous business acumen. At a Hillary Clinton campaign event yesterday in Omaha, the man famous for being one of the most successful investors in history looked back to 1995, when Trump took his casino business public, and said that in those years it was hard not to make money in the markets. “If a monkey had thrown a dart at the stock page, the monkey on average would have made 150 percent, Buffett said. The Fiscal Times Heres How Trump Would Deal With Losing the Election Throughout the Republican primary, Donald Trumps ace in the hole was his obvious willingness to burn the Grand Old Party to the ground on his way out the door if he didnt receive its presidential nomination. Trump never had a true majority of the Republican electorate behind him in the primaries, but he owned the loyalty of a major demographic group — less-educated white men — that the GOP is dependent on for electoral success. The Fiscal Times Warren Buffett slams Trump with a monkey and a newspaper Warren Buffett really let Donald Trump have it on Monday during a rally for Hillary Clinton. thisFamous for his investing prowess, Buffett of course went after the one time Trump took a company public on the stock market. In 1995, Donald Trump went to the American people and he said join me Im a winner and invest in my company: Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts, Buffett said.

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