TrumpNation: The Art of Being The Donald : Whatever anyone thinks of Donald Trump, the truth is far more complex - and fascinating. Instead of society nightlife, most evenings he's at home watching TV and munching Oreos. He has a line of clothing and bottled water emblazoned with his image, yet he needed a loan from his siblings to stay afloat. His name is featured on some of the world's most magnificent buildings and casinos, while a $1.8 billion debt hangs over his company. He'll use a friend's cell phone to save money on a call. He'll call a journalist "a total whack job" on television, then turn around and invite him to fly down to Palm Beach on his private jet. These are the contradictions of Trump's world, and beneath the public facade, there's a man few people ever see. Now, New York Times business reporter Timothy L. O'Brien pulls back the velvet curtain surrounding The Donald - with access rarely granted to a reporter before - and takes the polish off the image of America's so called most popular billionaire.
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