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Co-Host Rich Gosse (http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com/trump) First of all, let's clarify something important: This show is NOT about politics, and this episode is no exception. Rich Gosse is head of the world's largest singles group and the author of The Donald Trump Syndrome: Why Women Choose The Wrong Men To Love. What got my attention most about this guy is he's actually hosting mixer parties in California for women who can't stand Donald Trump. So who are the guys he's inviting? Well, get this... Rich's hypothesis is that women SAY they want a man who's older, taller, richer, better educated and more 'alpha'. But since The Donald represents all of those traits and women still seem to abhor him, why not introduce these ladies to men who are younger, shorter, poorer, less-educated and incredibly shy? If you're like me, you've GOT to be wondering how well these parties have been going. Let's just say Rich swears they're incredibly successful for everyone involved. Does this mean the whole paradigm of what women are attracted to really is changing, or is there something deeper and perhaps more subtle involved here? As you may guess, you're in for one of the most spirited debates ever recorded in this history of this show, taking twists and turns nobody saw coming. My first all-new program in over three years has now been released. It's called 'Invincible', and it's all about making you a bolder, more confident and more dominant man in the best way possible. See what's included and grab your copy here: http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com/invincible


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