Business People as Political Leaders – Episode 115

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Today, on The Wealth Standard radio, Patrick Donohoe and Brad Gibb discuss Donald Trump and politics, as they relate to business and the economy. They look into the influence of business and businesses on political leaders. Patrick breaks down how we’ve shifted from the Libertarian approach of government. Brad explains how bankruptcy is beneficial to businesses. Finally, they look over the way in which business candidates and political leaders can still invoke change.

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Show Notes:

[0:14] Intro

[0:59] Overview

[1:58] Discussing Donald Trump

[3:59] Politics is a Game

[6:54] Trump’s Business Influence

[9:05] Libertarian Approach

[11:21] Where Does Trump Lead Us?

[18:32] Decoding Bankruptcy Law

[22:38] Tax Law

[25:10] Lobbying

[31:03] Making a Name for Themselves

[33:34] We’ve Deviated the Course

[35:36] Summary

[38:54] Wrap-Up

[39:05] Outro

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