Donald Trump Reveals How Stuart Smalley Helped Him Get His Groove Back

29 Jul

Donald Trump Reveals How Stuart Smalley Helped Him Get His Groove Back

NEW YORK – A few years ago, Donald Trump released a book entitled How to Get Rich. It was marketed as a how-to guide for financial prosperity. It was pitched that way; but it was in essence a how-to book about how to be Donald Trump. He even included in the book on how to gain riches “play golf.” He has since revised this book by adding to it by revealing something we may not know about him. Said Donald Trump in his new very likely to be soon best seller, “Many of you reading this may not know this about me, but I’m notoriously insecure. I attempt to compensate for this by telling everyone how smart I am and reminding everyone how decadently successful I am. I am infamous for this. You may know that a few years ago right after my first divorce, I went bankrupt. I lost it all. Around about that same time there was a skit on Saturday Night Live that featured Al Franken playing a character named Stuart Smalley. He would end each skit by looking in a mirror and saying, ‘I’m good enough. I’m smart enough; and doggone it; people like me.’ Well, when I saw, this I was immediately lifted out of my depression and armed with a new outlook and lease on life I started doing this and that has made all the difference.”

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