"Don’t overlook the magnitude of what Burnett has done by taking a gilded-toilet buffoon and dressing him up like a legitimate businessman," Libby Hill says of The Apprentice creator's involvement in Trump's rise to national prominence as a successful businessman, which The New York Times debunked earlier this week. "For as much as people blame former President Barack Obama’s pointed White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner speech in 2011 for giving Trump a political axe to grind, the only reason he was taken seriously enough to be a joke is because of his increased cultural cache from The Apprentice. The president is Burnett’s monster but the Shark Tank creator doesn’t appear to have even half the moral compass of Victor Frankenstein, who at least had the courtesy of attempting to stop his monster. (Who, for the record, killed three people. Burnett’s creature has far more blood on his hands.)"