I wanted to be a billionaire.
I will not be silenced. I will not be intimidated. I'm not going to be bullied by Donald Trump.
Donald Trump was my friend for 15 years.
Donald Trump was sharp; he was very perceptive. He was engaging. He had this expansive vocabulary, and he very seldom took breaks.
Every critic, every detractor, will have to bow down to President Trump. It's everyone who's ever doubted Donald, who's ever disagreed, whoever challenged him. It is the ultimate revenge to become the most powerful man in the universe.
No one can understand how close a marriage actually is. You just don't know: with a husband and wife, they have a special connection.
All we need to remember is that Trump loves the hate. He thrives on criticism and insults. He delights in chaos and confusion. Taking to Twitter to call him names only fuels him and riles his base.
I met Donald Trump in 2003 on a reality show. Could you ever imagine then that we would end up in the White House together?
I grew up in poverty, so I thought, 'I want to be a billionaire one day. I'll go and work for Donald Trump. I'll go try to be on 'The Apprentice' and be successful.' But 15 years later, I never would imagine that he, as the president of the United States, would call me a low life.
There's one way to shut Donald Trump down, and that is don't give him the oxygen. And the oxygen comes from the clicks, the 'likes,' the shock, discussions.
I am a reality TV legend. I am most famous for the first season of 'The Apprentice,' and then I had an opportunity to work in Washington in the Trump White House.
Sometimes, you have to step back in order to have a clear view, and I recognize I was going down the wrong path with Trump.
I got to sit in the inauguration of Bill Clinton, Bush, Obama, and when we got to the Trump inauguration and they said this was the largest crowd size, I'm like, 'Man, I've been to a lot of inaugurations; this wasn't the biggest crowd size.' But I didn't, you know, I didn't want to be the one to break it to him.
I focused my mind and energies on short-term Trump problems, which allowed me to avoid thinking about my own long-term Trump problem of having given him the benefit of the doubt for more than a decade, despite having many reasons not to.
Donald J. Trump is not only a racist but a misogynist and a bigot.
In some ways, I was looking for a father figure, and I found that in Donald Trump.
I'm not a doctor. I can only assess that Donald Trump that I knew in 2003 and the Donald Trump that I knew in 2017. And he is not the same man.
The moment I decided to blow the whistle on a lot of the corruption going on in the White House, there are protections that are afforded to me.
Donald Trump talks about everyone behind their backs.
Sarah Huckabee stands in front of the country and lies every single day.