You can tell a lot about people by looking at the way they treat their subordinates.
Sadly, the way that Donald Trump — the future president of the United States — treats the people who work him, paints a rather terrifying picture of what his presidency is going to look like.
BuzzFeed News recently unearthed the footage of the foul-mouthed billionaire cursing at his staff, boasting about destroying people’s “ugly” homes and bribing one worker during a trip to Aberdeen, Scotland, in 2010.
The clips from the forgotten Golf Channel show “Donald Trump’s Fabulous World of Golf” (which the channel conveniently refused to release before the presidential election), show the president-elect at the site where he would soon build one of his most famous golf courses.
In one scene, the former reality TV star was caught on camera cursing at landscaper Paul O’Connor.
“I don’t know what the f*** the problem is,” Trump told him. “You’re a very strong guy, you’re an opinionated guy, I’d probably be like you too. But look, I gotta make a change if you’re not gonna do it... Come on, get smart. Use your f****** brain, OK?”
In another clip, Trump was seen detailing his plans to destroy nearby houses to make way for his golf course.
When a worker warned him about creating “a bit of a stir,” Trump responded with, “Who cares? Who cares?”
“You know what? Who cares. It’s our property, we can do what we want,” he exclaimed. “We’re trying to build the greatest course in the world, this house is ugly.”
Another video showed him pointing to a house telling his workers that it is “going to be gone,” adding that “nobody has a problem” with him knocking down houses in his way.
“I guess maybe the people that live in the houses have,” he noted as an afterthought.
The show also featured Trump stuffing cash into the pocket of one worker.
“Here, put this in your pocket. This is for your guys,” Trump told the man. “That’s for your guys, for you and your group, OK? For whoever you want. Or for you, I don’t give a f***. It could also be exclusively for you, all right?”
Trump opened the Aberdeen golf course in 2012. He also bought a golf resort in Turnberry in 2014.
As The Guardian reports, both courses reportedly lost nearly $31.8 million in 2014 and 2015, which saved Trump from paying income tax on both properties.