Students are some of the poorest people in America. Both Hillary Clinton andBernie Sanders have been sucking up to America’s students, telling them that if they’re poor, it’s the government’s fault, and they all deserve good jobs with zero debt.
However, speaking to students at St. Norbert College, Donald Trump did something a bit different — telling students and others in the audience that they should rely on hard work instead of government bailouts.
“When you graduate, you want to get great jobs,” Trump told the audience at the school in De Pere, Wisconsin, according to Breitbart. “If you want vacations, you’re not really in the right business.”
Trump also said — to the surprise of some — that monetary success isn’t the only thing.
“The loving is more important than having that good business,” Trump told the students. “People that have great relationships with their wives or husbands” are much happier than those who just have money, he said.
“Most people think success is measured in the form of monetary success. It’s not really,” Trump said, adding that while having money “does make life easier,” happiness mostly comes from a loving family.
“Some of the most successful people in the world … they’re not necessarily happy people,” Trump added. READ MORE