On January 28, 1973, the New York Times ran an article titled “A Builder Looks Back and Moves Forward,” about a New York property developer who was looking to enter the Manhattan real estate market. This builder had plenty of investments in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island but was unfamiliar to most New Yorkers, despite owning 39 apartment complexes in the city valued at a combined $150 million. The article also introduced the developer’s 26-year-old son, who’d been with his father’s business for five years. The father told the Times that his son “is the smartest person” he knows and that “everything he touches turns to gold.” The son, of course, was Donald J. Trump. That Times story, about Donald’s father Fred Trump, was one of the New York media world’s first introductions to the man who would one day come to embody a certain variety of New York swagger for the world. New York City is where Donald Trump made his money, but it’s also where he honed his mastery of the media, and established his character as a brash, filterless tycoon — a persona that would later captivate the American public and fuel his 2016 presidential campaign. Throughout Trump’s… Read full this story
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