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Pick up a newspaper or turn on the tube, and you’ll be immediately bombarded with stories about eroding trust in banks, corporations, politicians, leaders, and relationships. Truly, it will only take a moment to realize we are in a crisis of trust, and Trust flows through everything. But what is it exactly, and how does it affect us so much?
“I trust you.”
For many of us, these words are something abstract — a rather fluffy, sometimes fuzzy thing. Yet, trust is not some soft, ethereal or elusive quality you either have or do not. Rather, trust is a pragmatic, tangible, actionable asset that must be developed, and you can create it much faster than you might believe possible. This is important, as transcendent values, like trust and integrity, literally translate into profits and prosperity in whatever way you count real value.
In the end, we only work with those we know, like and TRUST. When you trust others, you feel assured in their abilities
One of the things that makes President Trump so unique is the way he interacts with the media. He doesn’t give many traditional press conferences, you know? He mostly just shouts at reporters in front of a helicopter or takes a few questions when he’s with a foreign leader or, his favorite, just shares policy ideas at the drive-through. Just like, “Let me get a burger. “No lettuce, no pickles, and no deal with Iran!” It’s like, “Okay, sir. Do you want fries with that?” “The Iran deal?” “No, sir, the burger.” “Okay, ’cause if the Iran deal comes with fries, I would be open to negotiating!” But what’s also interesting about Donald Trump is, sometimes, he’ll switch things up and he’ll give one reporter total access to him for an entire day.
And the latest example was with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos. And one thing we learned from this interview was that Trump may not like intelligence briefings or cabinet meetings or reading in general, but he loves giving tours. The Oval Office is such a special place. Show us around. Famous desk. TRUMP: Oh, that’s a very famous desk. That’s the Resolute desk. You have your choice of seven desks.
They have seven desks. They give you pictures of desks. They give you pictures of carpet. -This is the Ronald Reagan carpet. -Mm-hmm. They give you pictures of the drapes. You see the drapes? They say– I think we have 12 sets of drapes we can use. Here’s your new Air Force One. Gonna look incredible. It’s gonna look sleeker. What’s the biggest personal touch you’ve put on the office? I’ve put a lot of ’em. Uh, the flags. You didn’t have flags to any great degree. (laughter) It’s like the-the weirdest episode of MTV Cribs. “Yeah, you know, these are my flags. Yeah, yeah. This is my desk.” That is a lot of flags though, right? And it seems innocent. But when you think about what Trump does to flags in public, I don’t even want to imagine what he does when they’re alone.
Yeah. Those flags were probably like, “Stephanopoulos, take us with you! Please, Stephanopoulos, please.” Trump spends so much time showing George Stephanopoulos around you’d think that he was looking to sublet the Oval Office. But since he had a member of the fake news media there, he also used the opportunity to hit back at them and their phony reporting. I watched your show this morning. I watched Good Morning America. And they had, uh, something about, uh, the polling. And it’s really suppression polling. It’s fake polling. But, in that case, it was just made-up polling. -And I had– I-I had the same thing… -Made-up? Made-up. I mean they give you phony numbers. They give you numbers. They said that they have access to numbers, which I don’t believe they have access to. Trump basically treats polls the way some people treat their bathroom scales. You know? Yeah, when you’re happy with the number, you’re like, “Yeah, this is science. “I mean, that’s what I weigh. I mean, this-this technology.” But if the number is not what you want it to be, then you’re like, “This is– This shit is going back “to Bed Bath & Beyond! “That’s not– that’s not right.
“That’s not right. Is this pounds or kilograms?” Unfortunately for Trump though, there’s one poll that he couldn’t blame the media for, because it was done by his own campaign. REPORTER: The Trump campaign’s internal polling shows the president trailing former Vice President Joe Biden in critical battleground states: 39% to 55% in Pennsylvania, 41% to 51% in Wisconsin, and by 7 points in Florida. CBS News has learned the Trump campaign fired several pollsters after those internal polling numbers were leaked. (laughter) Oh, man. So Trump learns that he’s behind in the polls, and he responds by firing his pollsters. Which makes sense to me. It’s like how I used to have Ebola but then I fired my doctor, so I don’t have Ebola anymore.
Yeah. I’m just a regular guy who pees out of his butt. My favorite moment from this interview, my favorite moment, was when Trump talked about releasing his tax returns. Not because I think he’ll actually release them. At this point, it’s more likely that he’ll release an album of duets with Hillary Clinton. No. What made this thing interesting was that, while Trump was talking, someone in the background coughed. And just watch what happens after that. They’re after my financial statement. The Senate. They’d like to get my financial statement. At some point, I hope they get it. -You’re gonna turn it over? -No, at some point– I might. But, at some point, I hope they get it, ’cause it’s a financ– it’s a fantastic financial statement. It’s a fantastic financial statement. And– L-Let’s do that over. -He’s coughing in the middle of my answer. -Yeah. -(chuckles): Okay. -I don’t like that, you know? -I don’t like that. -Your chief of staff.
TRUMP: If you’re gonna cough, please leave the room. MAN: Get a shot of– You know, I’ll come over here. -Just… -You just can’t– you just can’t cough. -Just to change the shot. -Okay. -Boy, oh, boy. Sorry, Mr. Trump. Okay, do you want to do that a little differently then or…? -Yeah, we just changed the angle. -Okay. -Yeah. Thank you. -So, at some point… So, at some point, I look forward to– Frankly, I want– I’d like to have people see my financial statement, -because it’s phenomenal. -It’s up to you.
Yo, are you serious? It’s like a real-life episode of The Office. He’s looking at the camera. The camera’s going over. I half-expected Dwight to pop up onscreen and just shake his head. (laughter, applause) But you have to give it to Trump. He might not be a good president, but he is a fantastic television professional. He knows his angles. He’s giving them different line readings. He’s changing it up. “They’re coming “for my precious tax returns, and I– “Wait, who’s coughing?! “All right, let me take that again. “They’re coming for my precious tax returns. All right, that was the one, that was the one.” And, by the way, I don’t think it was a coincidence that his chief of staff just “happened to cough” right when Trump was talking about releasing his tax returns. Yeah, that didn’t sound like a real cough. It sounded more like a… (coughing): “Shut the (bleep) up about your taxes.” That’s what that was. (cheering and applause) So, that was Trump’s one-on-one with ABC. And, really, this makes it clear why he doesn’t do interviews very often. Because, in one interview, he contradicted himself on the polls, he flipped out at his coughing staff, and, worst of all, he somehow managed to look shorter than George Stephanopoulos.
So I think it’s safe to say tomorrow’s interview will be back at the drive-through. .
-Hey, everybody. It’s time once again for “Day Drinking.” And we’re really excited about this one, because I’m here with Rihanna. – Hi. -Yeah. Here we go. Cheers. -Wait, wait. You have to look at me, in the eyes. This is what I call a prom date. Are we going the whole… Okay. Okay. All right. -It’s time for “Day Drinking With Seth and Rihanna.” ♪♪ -♪ Hey! ♪ -You don’t have to. -Okay. -That’s more than enough. All right, join me at the bar. Such a huge fan of yours. I am now going to make a series of drinks based on some of my favorite of your songs. -Okay. -Because that’s the level of service we provide here. – -This is a drink called “Under My Rum-brella.” -What’s in it? -All right, so it’s rum, okay? That’s how we start it. And then we’re going to put in some chocolate rum balls. -What’s a rum ball? -It’s not important. And a scoop of rum-raisin ice cream. -I’m nervous. -Okay. And then, of course, a bunch of umbrellas.
And then… – -Cheers. Okay. Based on your face, I’m going to say that’s an 8 out of 10? All right, this next one is “Diamonds in the Rye.” It’s going to have some rye whiskey, okay? ‘Cause our diamonds is Blue Diamond almond milk. – -Cheers. -That’s it? -That’s it. -I don’t even like milk, so this is scary. -Well, it’s a milk alternative. It’s a nut milk. What? -Don’t even say that ever again. -Rihanna, you found love in a hopeless place, which is going to inspire this next drink. I’ll be right back. -Now I’m scared for real. -This is “We Found Veuve in a Hostess Place.” -Wait.
We found what? -Veuve. Veuve Clicquot. “In a Hostess Place.” Do you know how to open champagne? -Why are you doing that? -Because. -I feel like you have no confidence in me. -Just point it that way. -I am going to. This — Oh. Okay. That was so anti-climatic. All right, so, here is the Veuve, and here is the Hostess. -You’ve got to be freaking kidding me, right? -Come on. Just enjoy yourself. -You really want me to drink this? -Just have a sip of it and tell me what you think. -I’m trying to stall so that this could, like, suck up the entire drink, and I don’t have to do it. Oh, my — Aah! What is wrong with you? -It’s not that bad. -Mm! -Now have a bite. Oop. Oh, my Twinkie fell apart. -Mnh-mnh. Mnh-mnh. Can I just…
-This is a drink I created in your honor called “Bitch Better Have My Bunny.” – -Wait. What? -And here’s how it works. -Wait. -So, now here it is. -Wait. Hold on. That poor thing. -There we go. And we just pour a little tequila in there. -Wait. A little? -All right, here we go. -Yeah. Just drink. Shut up. -Now, see? That’s a good drink. Okay, it’s time for our first drinking game. Are you ready? -Our first drinking game? -Well, yeah, I feel like we’ve just been drinking. This is a game. -Oh. Oh, okay. -There’s right or wrong answers. -You’re right.
You’re right. -Okay. So, I, as a fashion icon — I am curious if you remember where you wore certain outfits. So, here’s the thing. If you can tell me where you wore it, I will drink, and if you can’t remember where you wore it, you will drink. All right. First one up. Where did you wear that? -Are you serious? If I get it right…
-I drink. -Okay, the Met ball. -Wow! I’m going to do two. – -Two?! Oh, my God! Seth! I knew you were crazy. -Okay, ready? They’re getting harder now. -Are you ready? Okay, let’s go. I wore that in New York City. -You did wear it in New York City. Do you know where you were going? -I was walking down the street. -Yeah, okay.
We can tell from the photo it was down the street. -Oh, my God. It’s okay. -All right, I feel like you got New York. -I’ll take the shot. it. -Oh, my goodness. -Yeah. -You just did salt cooler than I’ll ever do salt in my… All right. Ready? This one — I’ll be very impressed if you can get this one right. Ready? -I’m nervous now. Dentist. – kidding me? -Dentist in New York City. -How do you remember what you wear to the dentist? The dentist? -Yeah. -How do you remember what you wore to the dentist? -The street. -Oh You ass You told me she wouldn’t get it, and you forgot — you put it on her dentist’s street. You dummies. Now I got to take another shot. You — -Drink up. -I’m going to drink it. -You are drunk. We have — Wow. -We’re just getting started. -We’re in for a wild day.
-Oh, this is going to hurt my face. All right, so, I think we all know bartenders are really good at giving advice. I’m going to get you a drink, and I want to give you the opportunity to ask me anything that you want to ask me, and I will give you advice on it. -Oh, nice. -Yeah. -Like, anything? -Yeah. -Okay, if I quit music, then what should I do? -Oh, well, I feel like you have a lot of lines of business right now, right? -Yeah, but I mean other than that. -Okay. You should be a pilot. -I actually wanted to be a pilot. -You did want to be a pilot? -Mm-hmm. -At what age? -When I realized my grades sucked. -I don’t want a pilot whose grades sucked.
I want my pilot to — -I do. -You do? -Yeah. -You want your pilot to be like, “Hey, we’re about to take off. I got a ‘D’ in science.” -As long as he got “A” in his pilot degree, I’m fine. -Wait. Can we switch places? I want to ask you for some advice. -Actually, I’m better at giving advice than asking it, so let’s do it. -Okay, good. I want to, like, blow my wife away with, like, a romantic night out.
What do I do? -You said it. -What? -Blow your wife. – Rihanna, this is a network television show. -Is it? -Okay, I have a genuine advice question. Your nickname is Ri-Ri. What would be a good nickname for me? -Damn! I don’t even know you like that. Like, I have to have a good knowledge of you, so… -We’ve spent — We’ve drank tequila out of chocolate bunnies together. -You know what? You’re right. -Okay, so, I’m going to count to three, and just say the first thing that comes to your head. 1, 2, 3! -Seth. -You can’t tell me my Nickname is Seth. -Yes! -Whoo! -Cheers! -Cheers, everybody. My wife often says to me I’m so lucky I married her, because I have no game, but I would like to prove right now how good my game is.
Rihanna, feel free to ring this bell as soon as my pickup line is bad. This is me showing off how good my game is. Hey, you look like a lady who was also underwhelmed by the “Game of Thrones” finale. -I don’t watch “Game of Thrones.” -What’s a nice boy like me doing in the big city without his parents? -Wait. Are you serious? I don’t even have the energy to lift my arm to that bell. Hey, you looking to answer… Are you… Wait. Shh. Excuse me. Are you the girl from “Battleship?” -Jesus. All right, are you desperate? I leave. I’m out. I’m done. -All right, so, we’re out of the bar. And for those of you who don’t know, Rihanna is not just a musician and actress. She’s also a businesswoman, a philanthropist, and she has her own line, “Fenty Beauty.” And I would love if, right now, you could give me a summer eye.
All right, here we go. How’s it going so far? – Whoa! Seth… -Is it coming alive? -You have wrinkles. -What do you mean “wrinkles”? -Don’t do that. -Cut that out. -You’re it up. -Make this eye 10 years younger, Rihanna. -Mm! When you talk, it doesn’t help, by the way. -Oh, my God. Do you know what you’re doing? -No. -Oh, my God. -Stop. -I mean, my eye is burning, but this is amazing.
All right, I’m going to do my… All right. Ready? -No, don’t, like, mess it up! -No, I’m doing my eye now. I’m gonna do a little more blue. -I know. -I need a little glue out here. -You’re giving me — -That’s really good. That’s really good. -I meant to say “Unicorn,” but what’s that movie? -What movie? -With the blue people. -“Avatar”? -Yeah, that one. -Wait. Your best guess on what the title of “Avatar” was was “Unicorn”? And I would like to close tonight by giving the gift of music.
And, obviously, I’m a great fan of yours. So, I’m going to put on these noise-canceling headphones. And I’m going to sing some of your songs to you. -Okay, be passionate about this. -What? -Be passionate! -I’m passionate about this! -Be passionate about this! -Okay. ♪ Wa-wa-wa-wa-work ♪ ♪ Work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ Doobie-da-ba, dirt, dirt, dirt, dirt, dirt ♪ ♪ Somethin’ about work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ Nobody text me in a crisis ♪ – -Don’t! Don’t! -♪ Something that you never seen ♪ -I think we’re good.
I think we’re good. I think we’re good. -♪ Work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ Baby, work, work, work, work, work ♪ -♪ Let me have it, la-la-la-la-la ♪ Can we have another shot? – -Shot for the run! Shot for the run! -♪ Nobody text me in a crisis ♪ -♪ Love I brought for you for my foundation ♪ -♪ All that I wanted…♪ – -♪ Somethin’ that I never had ♪ ♪ Somethin’ that you’ve never seen ♪ ♪ Somethin’ that you’ve never been ♪ -♪ Whoa, be ♪ ♪ And I wake up…♪ -Hey! ♪ Work, work, work, work, work ♪ -♪ All I do is…♪ This has been “Day Drinking With Seth and Rihanna”! -Whoo! .