Donald Trump: A bully, not a leader

Republican nominee's leadership qualities leave much to be desired
By Todd Humber
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 10/31/2016

love Uber. It’s convenient, it’s (mostly) reliable and it can be downright entertaining.

Like the time I was in Washington, D.C., trying to get to the airport, and the driver asked if I would mind taking the wheel. The reason?  She needed to talk to her adult son.

He was having a complete meltdown because his mother had thrown his Monster energy drinks in the trash — he had been consuming them by the case for years, and a neighbour suggested this might not be healthy for him. He was freaking out to a level I had never heard from an adult.