How to gift a boss for Christmas

In a new video posted to his Instagram page, Donald Trump Jr. is seen giving a boss a Christmas gift.

The video is titled ‘Don’t Be a Boss,’ and is about giving the boss a gift he can feel good about giving thanks for.

Trump Jr., who is in his mid-50s, is seen wearing a shirt that reads, “Don’t be a boss.”

He’s also wearing a Santa hat, a Santa bow tie, and a Santa beard.

“Thank you for your support in this tough time.

You’ve made me a better man,” Trump Jr.’s shirt says.

“Thanks for your encouragement and your kind words.

You know how to win.”

He adds, “Thanks to everyone for the support.”

Trump Jr.: ‘I’ve been given gifts like nothing I’ve ever seen’ The video features a picture of a picture frame with a photo of Trump on it.

“You know, the only thing I’ve been gifted with is this Christmas gift,” Trump Sr. says.

He then shows the picture frame to his son, who then takes a photo and presents it to Trump Jr.

“Thanks for the picture, Mr. Trump,” Trump says.

Then he says, “It’s a Christmas picture frame.

And I’m sure you like it.”

In the video, Trump Sr., dressed in his Santa suit, says he got the Christmas picture as a gift.

“I just like to do things my way,” he says.

The Trump family has given out millions of gifts to the public and the president’s own children have received gifts for their birthday.

“It seems like a small gesture, but I love to give back,” Trump said in an interview with the Associated Press last year.

Trump: ‘I’ll do whatever it takes to help’ ‘I don’t give a s— about my money’ The president’s family has been generous in their philanthropy.

Trump’s youngest daughter, Ivanka, was the first to give away a million dollars at her father’s inauguration.

“She did an incredible job and I’m proud of her for it,” Trump told Fox News in March.

He also tweeted, “Ivanka Trump’s been doing great things for the past year.”

“I don�t give a damn about my $40 million dollar.

I’ll do what I have to do to help,” he said.

Trump Sr.: ‘The last thing I need is to feel like a slave to money’ “It�s about giving,” Trump continued.

“We have so much to give, and it�s been amazing to see our family and to see all the wonderful things that have been done.”

“My whole family has donated a lot of money.

I just want to give the best that I can to help the people of this country,” he continued.

He said he was “grateful” to have had the opportunity to give to his kids.

“That�s why I�m proud to be here,” Trump explained.

He added that he will “do whatever it is I can” to help.

The president, who has had his own financial problems in recent years, has also been generous with his time and money.

He spent more than $150,000 in January to buy the family�s mansion in Washington, D.C., for $150 million.

He and his family also donated $200 million to help rebuild the National Mall.

“The last time I need to do anything is I need a vacation,” Trump tweeted in June.

“So I am donating my entire fortune.”