Republican presidential candidate Trump offered some life lessons at a campaign stop saying, ''When you become very successful, the people you will like best are the people that are less successful.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump offered some lessons on life at a campaign stop in at St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin saying, "You will find when you become very successful, the people you will like best are the people that are less successful than you, because when you go to a table you can tell them all these wonderful stories and they will sit back and listen." Trump, a New York real estate magnate, is front-runner to be the Republican nominee after running an insurgent campaign that has alarmed many in the party establishment. Trump also advised people to love what they do, saying that while money may not by happiness it "does make life easier." He also stressed that the love of family is key to happiness and success. He said, "never quit," and said, "if you want vacation, you are not really in the right business." He also said that luck can play a factor in creating a successful life.