Bigger Than Atlantic City, by Robert Gore


The Trump Plaza hotel and casino in AtlaExperience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn in no other.

Benjamin Franklin

Millions of words have been written about Trump’s motivations and psychology, why he does or doesn’t say or do this, that, or the other thing. Some find him playing complex games of four-dimensional chess, some treat him as a case of arrested development—no impulse control, filters, or guard rails, lacking a coherent worldview, making it all up as he goes along.

The correct answer is neither of the above. Surprisingly, little of the speculation refers back to what he’s written. The Art of the Deal casts some light. If you want a rough-and-ready summary, read Chapter 2, “Trump Cards: The Elements of the Deal.” Trump is an entrepreneur, businessman, and promoter to the core, which may be why so many politicians and pundits—most of whom have little or no actual business experience—don’t get him.

His book…

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

71 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.