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Of course, what works while being "absurd" and "probably illegal" for a fancy New York apartment building probably would also work for one of the largest countries in the world. Trump has always known how to manipulate the media.

I refused to confirm or deny the rumor That was all the media needed. In this instance, it's not what he said, but what he didn't say. In the first Republican debate, when Trump was asked whether he would support the eventual Republican nominee if it wasn't him. By refusing to give a straight answer, he set the tone for the entire debate and discussion afterward.

His debate moderators from Fox News in the tank for the Republicans in general were aghast, as were his fellow candidates.

Trump doesn't care about food. Doing deals. Lots of deals. Big deals. Huge deals.

Candidates are rolled from state fair to state fair, eating deep fried Snickers bars and meats on sticks. Eschewing the arugula and quinoa that fuel the pinhead elites on the coasts, candidates must show that they, too, think an exciting way to spend a weekend is by assaulting their stomachs with the deepest, fried-est foods on sticks that they can find.

From an April story in the Des Moines Register, early Trump staffer Chuck Laudner said of the candidate that he is, "not a picky eater, willing to have whatever is on the rubber chicken dinner circuit. Trump likes to put his name on things. Here's a Trump joint that, save Trump's insatiable appetite to create media about himself, might have been lost to history: "A decision has been made to go into production on two Cadillac-body limousines using my name.

The Trump Golden Series will be the most opulent stretch limousine made. Bigger is better. It's no secret that Trump is flashy. His flair is rooted in his core and has been since his early days. And while I can't honestly say I need an eighty-foot living room, I do get a kick out of having one.

You can't have a drink with The Donald. There was just one small problem. I don't drink, and I'm not very big on sitting around. Then again, one criteria for getting elected by the American people as Commander-in-Chief of a military larger than the next 10 combined and a nuclear arsenal that could melt the earth is whether or not one would like to have a beer with the candidate.

On that point, Trump fails. It's probably the only thing standing between him and the White House. If there is a room and your wife or girlfriend is in it and then Trump also goes into that room, you should probably not leave them alone too long, owing to Trump's good looks and charisma.

At least, that's how things were in the '80s, when Trump was joining the Le Club, one of New York's "hottest" his words clubs at the time. He asked me to promise that I wouldn't do that. Trump isn't going anywhere.

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Even if he loses the Presidential race, Trump probably doesn't plan on leaving the public eye anytime soon. The last line in his book: "Don't get me wrong.

I also plan to keep making deals, big deals, and right around the clock. Even if he fades from the Republican field, this isn't the last we've heard from him. Do You Understand Your Portfolio?

Get the Investing Edge. But in America there is something ingrained in the citizenry that equates this kind of openly ballsy mercenary behavior with goodness, quality and substance. Moxie as an inherent good. The simple appeal of the loud strong man. Action over the cerebral. Constitutional muster?

Historical lessons? Screw all of that. Leave that shit to liberal philosophy professors.

Trump voters love a con man. They would, of course, hate him if they'd found he'd hacked into their bank accounts directly and taken all their money. But they'll love him when he takes their money by perpetuating the present corporate mercenary system. Because they will be too stupid to know they've been robbed when it happens through the back door.

Putting two and two together equals some number they can't quite calculate.

Trump: The Art of the Deal

Let's give Trump credit for being the first politician to openly reveal the long-unstated view that the Republican Party has of its fact-challenged base: "I love the poorly educated.

Opening of the book, with my modest amendments: "To my parents, Fred and Mary Trump Ivana Trump, my wonderful wife But not the son, because, c'mon I ain't no homo.

Luckily, the Donald deigned to make time to share these kernels of wisdom with us, because, as he makes it known repeatedly, he is a very busy man, and thus hardly able to spend time on a book. We are to infer our privilege from this, and should be grateful that Trump dictated this to his ghostwriter, Tony Schwartz.

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And that's what this feels like: a piece of dictation.If I were the Donald I would use some of my cash to get better hair, and then I would review my book thusly: "Let me tell ya, folks, it's a mess.

His flair is rooted in his core and has been since his early days. They're all very nice guys. His works anticipated the end of the print-based media age, and pointed to a new electronic age of mass media. It's probably the only thing standing between him and the White House. Putting two and two together equals some number they can't quite calculate. In the first Republican debate, when Trump was asked whether he would support the eventual Republican nominee if it wasn't him. I didn't want to be anywhere near it.

We are to infer our privilege from this, and should be grateful that Trump dictated this to his ghostwriter, Tony Schwartz.

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