https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYVtB-33aNg Let's face it: despite all the times he's said he's a success, Donald Trump is a success. His name continues to be on huge - or, as he would put it, "YOOGE" - swaths of New York territory. He's a multibillionaire, with Forbes estimating his wealth this month at $4.1 billion, and has built a set of properties mind-boggling in their number and their valuations. And in real estate, that outsize personality of his helps more than it hurts. Though many of his ventures have failed and Trump Entertainment Resorts, Inc. has declared four bankruptcies, people continue to invest in the Trump brand, partly because of his genuine successes and partly because of his undentable self-confidence. Trump talks big and thinks big, whether his talk and thoughts are well informed or not, and in some fields, that's exactly what you need to do. And then there are the other fields, which Trump's ego insists - nay, demands - that he enter. Fields like politics. Donald Trump has zero chance of becoming President. For one thing, he doesn't seem to understand that politics isn't just about how big a game you talk to your supporters, it's how well you insulate yourself against your opponents. It's a rare day when Trump acknowledges he's even capable of mistakes, and these mistakes in particular will come back to bite him more and more, the longer he stays in the race.