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Charlie Munger Thinks Failed Casino Owner President Trump Should Never Ever Be President

And Omaha Chuck ain't giving The Donald any quarter for running those casinos into bankruptcy neither.

Omaha, Nebraska's second most famous billionaire would like everyone to know that he thinks Donald Trump is a glorified pit boss with no legitimate claim to the White House.

Berkshire Hathaway vice-chairman (and Warren Buffett's Bro4Life) Charles Munger is spending today at a meeting of his publishing concern, Daily Journal Corporation, and - according to Bloomberg - spent part of his morning taking questions on a variety of topics, one of which was apparently the results of last night's New Hampshire primary.

Munger, 92, responded to a question Wednesday at the annual meeting of his Daily Journal Corp. about whether a person who couldn’t make money in the gaming industry would be a good fit for the top office in the U.S.
“Well, he did make money for quite a while,” Munger said. “My attitude is that anybody who makes money running a casino is not morally qualified.”

So there you have it, Atlantic City Donny is already tanking in the Berkshire Hathaway primary.

Munger Says Donald Trump Isn't Morally Qualified for Presidency [Bloomberg]


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