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No Such Thing as Over-Exposure: Inside the Life and Celebrity of Donald Trump by Robert Slater

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Chapter 2. Behind Open Doors

Donald Trump awakens most days at 5 AM. The newspapers arrive early at his three-story residence atop Trump Tower, and Trump digs into The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, leafing through New York Daily News as well. He is in the office by 7 or 8 AM each day. It is an easy commute: His office is on the 26th floor of the same building. The early arrival at the office is fairly constant except when he schedules a breakfast meeting at a newly opened restaurant in the Trump Tower garden level, one floor below the lobby. Not pleased with the way the previous owners were running the place, he took it over and brought it up to a standard at which he felt he could take business acquaintances for ...

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