Had things panned out differently, the President-elect of the United States could have had an even more prestigious and high-pressured role.
Donald Trump apparently "gave serious consideration" to buying Rangers when they were in the throes of their financial catastrophe in 2012.
Alas, Project 'Make Rangers Great Again' never got off the ground.
The proposal that he buy the club was mooted while he was developing his links golf course in Aberdeen. A source close to Trump revealed that they pulled away from the venture the more they examined the depth of the club's financial crisis.
We looked seriously and walked away. It just did not make sense to us, although they are a great club. We hope someone steps in and builds the team again.
The first thing to say here is that Police Scotland are probably still relieved that Trump didn't bring his unique motivational powers to the Old Firm.
Also, whenever we publish a post referring to this entity which likes to call itself 'Rangers', we get inundated with responses from people pointing out that Rangers does not in fact exist. From a company law standpoint, this is the correct position.
Rangers non-existence would make the challenge of making them great again considerably more difficult.
As was observed in this office, he would first have had to make Rangers 'Rangers' again before he could he even think about making them great again.
Such a task would make winning the US Presidency seem like a doddle by comparison.
Maybe these were the questions that were bobbing around his head when he finally decided to steer clear of Ibrox.
Now, the good people of 'KICK' have made a video examining Trump's flirtation with the thought of buying Rangers. The video pointed out that Trump's mother is Scottish and that he claims to be a Presbyterian, making Rangers something of a natural home for his money.