Donald Trump, who once said, “I consider I’m most some-more common than we would understand,” was clever not to be too self-important in this Wall Street Journal talk about his successes:
Just — and so — so we was successful, successful, successful. we was always a best athlete, people don’t know that. But we was successful during all we ever did and afterwards we run for president, initial time — initial time, not 3 times, not 6 times. we ran for boss initial time and lo and behold, we win. And afterwards people contend oh, is he a intelligent person? I’m smarter than all of them put together, though they can’t acknowledge it. They had a bad year. [The Wall Street Journal]
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