Richard Branson highlighted Donald Trump’s “vindictive streak” as the most frightening thing about this election. | Getty

Donald Trump told Richard Branson during their first encounter that he would spend the remainder of his life trying to destroy five people he had asked to no avail to aid him after his latest bankruptcy, the English business mogul wrote Friday.

Branson, the Virgin Group founder who wrote in his blog last week that Trump would be a “disaster” as president, described a tale of two lunches Friday, starting with his meeting with Trump.

After my last trip to the US, I shared my views on the presidential election . Having just completed another visit to Boston, Dallas and Miami, I wanted to share a previous encounter I had with Donald Trump. 

Some years ago, Mr Trump invited me to lunch for a one-to-one meeting at his apartment in Manhattan. We had not met before and I accepted. Even before the starters arrived he began telling me about how he had asked a number of people for help after his latest bankruptcy and how five of them were unwilling to help. He told me he was going to spend the rest of his life destroying these five people.

He didn’t speak about anything else and I found it very bizarre. I told him I didn’t think it was the best way of spending his life. I said it was going to eat him up, and do more damage to him than them. There must be more constructive ways to spend the rest of your life. (Hopefully my advice didn’t lead to him running for President!)

Richard Branson highlighted Donald Trump’s “vindictive streak” as the most frightening thing about this election. | Getty

Donald Trump told Richard Branson during their first encounter that he would spend the remainder of his life trying to destroy five people he had asked to no avail to aid him after his latest bankruptcy, the English business mogul wrote Friday.

Branson, the Virgin Group founder who wrote in his blog last week that Trump would be a “disaster” as president, described a tale of two lunches Friday, starting with his meeting with Trump.

After my last trip to the US, I shared my views on the presidential election . Having just completed another visit to Boston, Dallas and Miami, I wanted to share a previous encounter I had with Donald Trump. 

Some years ago, Mr Trump invited me to lunch for a one-to-one meeting at his apartment in Manhattan. We had not met before and I accepted. Even before the starters arrived he began telling me about how he had asked a number of people for help after his latest bankruptcy and how five of them were unwilling to help. He told me he was going to spend the rest of his life destroying these five people.

He didn’t speak about anything else and I found it very bizarre. I told him I didn’t think it was the best way of spending his life. I said it was going to eat him up, and do more damage to him than them. There must be more constructive ways to spend the rest of your life. (Hopefully my advice didn’t lead to him running for President!)

William Shakespeare (baptized on April 26, 1564 to April 23, 1616) was an English playwright, actor and poet also known as the “Bard of Avon” and often called England’s national poet. Born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, he was an important member of the Lord Chamberlain’s Men company of theatrical players from roughly 1594 onward. Written records give little indication of the way in which Shakespeare’s professional life molded his artistry. All that can be deduced is that, in his 20 years as a playwright, Shakespeare wrote plays that capture the complete range of human emotion and conflict.

Known throughout the world, the works of William Shakespeare have been performed in countless hamlets, villages, cities and metropolises for more than 400 years. And yet, the personal history of William Shakespeare is somewhat a mystery. There are two primary sources that provide historians with a basic outline of his life. One source is his work — the plays, poems and sonnets — and the other is official documentation such as church and court records. However, these only provide brief sketches of specific events in his life and provide little on the person who experienced those events.

While it’s difficult to determine the exact chronology of William Shakespeare’s plays, over the course of two decades, from about 1590 to 1613, he wrote a total of 37 plays revolving around several main themes: histories, tragedies, comedies and tragicomedies.

On Saturday, the  Jersey Shore star posted a sweet tribute to her first-born child on Instagram, showing in split photos just how much her little one has grown over the years.

“OMG. Happy 5th Birthday to my son who changed my life for the better,” Polizzi, 29, wrote. “You are my world and I’m so proud to be your mommy!”

“I remember when I first laid eyes on you and knew I would protect you with all of my being until the day I die,” the gushing mama continued, joking that Lorenzo would be mocking her for writing this. “He’s gonna read this and say ‘thanks ma.’ ”

Richard Branson highlighted Donald Trump’s “vindictive streak” as the most frightening thing about this election. | Getty

Donald Trump told Richard Branson during their first encounter that he would spend the remainder of his life trying to destroy five people he had asked to no avail to aid him after his latest bankruptcy, the English business mogul wrote Friday.

Branson, the Virgin Group founder who wrote in his blog last week that Trump would be a “disaster” as president, described a tale of two lunches Friday, starting with his meeting with Trump.

After my last trip to the US, I shared my views on the presidential election . Having just completed another visit to Boston, Dallas and Miami, I wanted to share a previous encounter I had with Donald Trump. 

Some years ago, Mr Trump invited me to lunch for a one-to-one meeting at his apartment in Manhattan. We had not met before and I accepted. Even before the starters arrived he began telling me about how he had asked a number of people for help after his latest bankruptcy and how five of them were unwilling to help. He told me he was going to spend the rest of his life destroying these five people.

He didn’t speak about anything else and I found it very bizarre. I told him I didn’t think it was the best way of spending his life. I said it was going to eat him up, and do more damage to him than them. There must be more constructive ways to spend the rest of your life. (Hopefully my advice didn’t lead to him running for President!)

William Shakespeare (baptized on April 26, 1564 to April 23, 1616) was an English playwright, actor and poet also known as the “Bard of Avon” and often called England’s national poet. Born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, he was an important member of the Lord Chamberlain’s Men company of theatrical players from roughly 1594 onward. Written records give little indication of the way in which Shakespeare’s professional life molded his artistry. All that can be deduced is that, in his 20 years as a playwright, Shakespeare wrote plays that capture the complete range of human emotion and conflict.

Known throughout the world, the works of William Shakespeare have been performed in countless hamlets, villages, cities and metropolises for more than 400 years. And yet, the personal history of William Shakespeare is somewhat a mystery. There are two primary sources that provide historians with a basic outline of his life. One source is his work — the plays, poems and sonnets — and the other is official documentation such as church and court records. However, these only provide brief sketches of specific events in his life and provide little on the person who experienced those events.

While it’s difficult to determine the exact chronology of William Shakespeare’s plays, over the course of two decades, from about 1590 to 1613, he wrote a total of 37 plays revolving around several main themes: histories, tragedies, comedies and tragicomedies.

Richard Branson highlighted Donald Trump’s “vindictive streak” as the most frightening thing about this election. | Getty

Donald Trump told Richard Branson during their first encounter that he would spend the remainder of his life trying to destroy five people he had asked to no avail to aid him after his latest bankruptcy, the English business mogul wrote Friday.

Branson, the Virgin Group founder who wrote in his blog last week that Trump would be a “disaster” as president, described a tale of two lunches Friday, starting with his meeting with Trump.

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