Sam’s dad: he’s “a wonderful mutation”; boardroom was constructed for the show.

Sam’s dad: he’s “a wonderful mutation”; boardroom was constructed for the show.
Like those we loved to hate before him, The Apprentice’s Sam Solovey is not letting go of his 15 minutes quite yet. Actually, he tells the Washington Post he’s “on minute six and counting.” His dad throws the entire weight of his family behind Sam and his crazy-ass behavior, calling his son “a mutation” and then amending that to say, “He’s a wonderful mutation. That’s the point I was trying to make!” His dad also blames his behavior on a Napoleon complex: “…the other kids start to become 6 feet tall and he doesn’t grow anymore. He was kind of a renegade and they didn’t understand him and he was left in the dust.” For his part, Sam insists that his fellow players “misunderstood me. They didn’t get my style, my approach. And what people tend to do is when they don’t understand something, they reject it, they alienate it.” His friends didn’t quite understand his behavior at the end of the show; the look of death he fixed on Donald Trump scared a friend who said, “I’ve honestly never seen him look as if he were going to stand up and his head was going to spin around 1,000 times.”
+ also: the boardroom “was constructed for the show” and other Apprentice “fudges.”

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