Trump stops presser to conduct impromptu job interview for 9/11 survivor, veteran

Donald Trump interrupted his own press conference to do a job interview with a potential employee and it didn’t go unnoticed.

The Republican presidential front-runner and billionaire businessman was holding a press conference Monday at the site of a hotel he is building in Washington, D.C., when a woman told Trump she was a 9/11 survivor and veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

She told him that she liked his plans for veterans and asked if his upcoming hotel would have a program to employ military vets.

“We have it very much involved. Why what are you looking for? What kind of a position?” Trump asked.

Before she could answer, Trump invited her on stage.

“Do you mind if I do a job interview right now?” he asked the crowd.

Trump asked about her experience and then directed her to go with a man who would conduct the interview in its entirety.

Trump was asked by a reporter what about the woman led him to offer her a job, Yahoo News reported.

“I felt good about her. I’ll tell you what, I looked at her, I said she, you know, I have gut instincts, OK? And we’re allowed to have that,” he replied. “And I looked at her and she asked a question and it was a very positive question … she just seemed like a good person to me.”

Trump said of course there was a possibility she wouldn’t qualify but he believed she would.

Watch the moment below.

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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