american-chopper

Donald Trump to 'American Chopper' dad: Don't leave your son a dime

Feb. 14, 2012 at 12:49 PM ET

Discovery /
Boardroom boss Donald Trump had some blunt advice for Paul Sr. on "American Choppers: Senior vs. Junior."

There's still plenty of trouble between the Teutuls. That's what viewers learned when the season premiere of "American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior" aired Monday night, and it's what Donald Trump learned when he paid a visit to the show.

“Paulie worked for me for 20 years," Paul Sr. told Trump while trying to explain the family rift. "The day I made him a millionaire, he told me to go (bleep) myself."

Trump listened intently while his own son and namesake stood by, and then offered the chopper legend some blunt advice.

“Don’t leave him anything,” Trump said. “Don’t leave him 10 cents. You understand? Don’t even leave him 10 cents.”

Trump later added, "There's nothing better than family when it works in business and there's nothing worse when it doesn't."

Want to see more from Paul Sr. and the boardroom boss? They'll soon be together again on the upcoming season of "The Celebrity Apprentice," which premieres Feb 19 at 9 p.m. on NBC. For the future installments of "Senior vs. Junior," tune in Discovery Monday nights at 9 p.m.

Do you think there's hope of a reconciliation between the father and son? Did Trump give dad good advice? Share your thoughts on our Facebook page. 

 

Related content:

Also in The Clicker:

TOP