Wow! Redditors Share Their Experiences Meeting Donald Trump Before He Ran For President!

Chris Menahan
Nov. 17, 2016

Ever wondered what the real Donald Trump is like?

A user on Reddit made a thread Wednesday titled: "People who have met or dealt with Donald Trump in person prior to the race, what was he like?"

The responses totally smash through the media's lies and disinformation and show he is indeed a "good man with a good awesome heart."

Below are some of the top responses.

Ice_Ice_Kimi wrote:
I went to school with his daughter Tiffany so I had a few interactions with the Donald and all were positive. The one anecdote that I'll share is from the school plays. Tiffany was involved in the school theatre program and so was my brother so I was usually helping out as an usher for the plays. Donald attended all the plays that were put on despite living across the country from our school in LA. The thing that was most impressive was how here arrived to the plays, he was always late, just 1 minute late. He'd arrive and take his seat in the rear just after the house lights went down so he didn't draw any attention away from the kids. He'd slip out as quietly as he'd arrived, when he was at the school his focus was 100% on his daughter and not himself. Despite living in a pretty solid liberal area most people from that school admit that's it kind of hard to square our experiences with him up with the media's portrayal of him as a brash, egotistical idiot.
Chicken_based_lube wrote:
I used to be a cable tech in NYC and we would service trump tower on occasion. I got to replace the cable box in is "living room" and show him how to use on-demand to watch a movie. Made a joke about how he hates the company i worked for even though hes an investor. He then said thank you and had his assistant hand me a nice tip before we parted ways. Got 10s on the automated survey call after i finished the job, but im not sure if hes the one to thank for that since i doubt he put his number down when opening the account up.
Chlorine-Queen wrote:
He built a golf course in a rich neighboring town a few years ago, and around the time it opened my grandparents and I were on a walk there (it was built on a sea cliff, popular hiking spot before it was built, still is though) and Trump was riding by on a golf cart. He high-fived my grandma. No words were exchanged.
b8le wrote:
Not sure if it counts as having 'met' him, but about 2 years ago I was walking out of this public atrium space that's right near Trump tower in the IBM building and we saw him and some other businessmen walk out of Trump Tower.

Someone around us yelled out 'Hey Trump you're fired!' and he looked over and gave us the classic Donald thumbs up and got into a black SUV.

dibetta wrote:
I worked at one of his golf courses for 3 years as a valet and i also upkept the practice facilities (including driving around the ball picker upper).

Every time i dealt with Big Donald he was more than respectful. Also we had an Mexican guy who cleaned carts, Felipé who he personally provided housing for out of his own pocket because he thought Felipé was such a good worker and valuable asset to the course (which he was, the guy was such a nice guy and a crazy good worker). All in all, I had a polar opposite view of who Donald Trump was prior to this election cycle.
EvilCam wrote:
A couple of years ago I went to a conference in Las Vegas. My company put me up at Trump Hotel. Because my company is cheap and the hotel is technically off the strip I was sure the hotel would be second rate. I was impressed with the rooms and lobby, the quality of drinks and the free entertainment in the lounge.

As I was passing near the elevators I saw a few tall men standing around in suits warily eyeing passersby. I stopped to survey the situation and suddenly realized Donald Trump was right next to me. I said to him with sincerity: "Beautiful hotel you have here, Mr. Trump."

He responded by taking a step closer and extending his hand. I shook it and he looked me in the face and said: "Thank you. That's why we built it. We want people to come to Las Vegas, have a nice time, and stay in a nice hotel." He gave me a smile and turned to take pictures and chat with the growing crowd.

He seemed very genuine and pleasant. 10/10
methylated_spirit wrote:
Trump owns a golf resort in Scotland not far from my home, and he was speaking at a chambers of commerce meeting a couple of years ago, catered by students of the local cookery college, of ehich I was one - we did little canapes and nibbles, nothing major, but he popped in and thanked us for our efforts and said he enjoyed the food, which was nice of him.
There's a lot more stories in the full thread on Reddit.

It really goes to show everything the controlled press says about him is a big, fat lie.

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