Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump high-fives homecoming king Austin Cook as queen Eylse Pescott, left, looks on during a rally at Urbandale High School on Sept. 19, 2015, in Urbandale, Iowa. (Charlie Neibergall, AP) Donald Trump’s advice for high school students in suburban Des Moines, Iowa, is uncharacteristically wholesome: […]
The billionaire businessman and Republican presidential candidate is also encouraging the teens to follow their hearts and do something they love, even if it means making less money.
“You represent so much. You represent the future. You represent something very important,” he said.
“If you can stay away from the alcohol and stay away from the drugs, it’s a big, big barrier that you won’t have to work out. And it’s so important,” he said.
“You have to go and follow what you love, you have to do it,” he said. “And you just have to follow your heart and you’ll be successful. And it may not be pure monetary success, because I know people that are the wealthiest people in the world and they’re not happy.”