As part of his role as chairman of the US Chamber of Commerce, Donald Trump’s chief strategist Stephen Bannon has been a frequent visitor to the US’s heartland.
It’s a country with a large population of people who enjoy some of the country’s most scenic vistas.
We’ve got the highest concentration of golf courses in the world, the highest population density of golfers in the US, and there are so many people who love golf and love playing it.
And when you look at the number of golf tournaments, we’ve got so many.
The golfers love to golf.
The families love to play golf.
You’ve got a lot of great golf courses, and the golfers like to play and the families love it.
I love to hear the stories, the golf clubs and the people who live around them, so I like to hear about them and the things they love.
So when you’re around those people, you just feel like, wow, it’s great to be around them.
When we talk about people who have worked in the Trump administration, we’re talking about people like David Friedman, a former aide to Donald Trump who has worked at the White House, Treasury Department and State Department.
David Friedman is a very, very good friend of mine.
He has great energy.
He is a terrific guy, and I think he has a great future.
But, you know, you could probably do worse.
He’s got to be the best choice.
He should be the vice president.
I’m not sure that’s the best person for the job.
But I do think it’s the most important job in the country, and that’s why I think the best people for it are going to be chosen.
They’ve got to have the experience, the temperament, the strength of character.
They have to be able to make decisions that are based on their heart, not on politics.
You’ve got people like Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway who have spent a lot more time around Trump and the Republican Party than people like Jared Kushner and Reince Priebus, the president’s son-in-law and chief strategist.
So they have the knowledge of the inner workings of the Republican party.
So, you’ve got some great people who can help.
But the most critical thing for a VP nominee to do is to be somebody who is well respected and well liked, because that’s what they do.
You know, when you see somebody who’s well liked you get a lot out of them.
You’re always thinking about them.
They’re a big part of your team.
But it’s important that you can also be someone who is respected.
If you’re somebody who has been to some of these places and you’ve worked there, it becomes easier to relate to the people, because you’ve had the opportunity to know them.
And they’re not just the people that are sitting in the Oval Office.
You have people who work at the Capitol, you have people at the Department of State, you had people at every level of government.
You can relate to them.
So you can relate.
You do have a better grasp of the nuances of this world.
So it’s not just about being a golf player, it also has to be about being someone who’s going to work in the White Senate, who’s a great person to work with.
It just so happens that, in the past, that was kind of the way the White Houses were run.
And I think it has to change.
We have to have a more transparent, accountable, efficient administration.
I would like to thank the president and his staff for the incredible opportunity that I have been given to serve the country.
I would like everybody else to take that opportunity, too.
I hope they do as well.
I think that you have to remember that we are a nation that is growing by leaps and bounds.
It is a growing economy.
The unemployment rate has dropped from 15 per cent in 2014 to 5 per cent now.
I want to see the number going down, but it’s hard to know how quickly it’s going.
I just don’t think it can go down.
I don’t know how many jobs are going up and how many are going down.
The economy is growing at an incredible rate, but I want everybody to know that the economy is still growing.
I know there are some of you that are in the same boat as me, and you’re thinking about what to do about it, and it’s time for everybody to get off the sidelines and get on the job with the administration, because I know it’s about the future, not the past.
There’s always been a great sense of optimism in America, but a lot has changed in recent years.
And some of those changes are in my own personal life.
I’ve had a lot going on.
I started to lose interest