Trump: The Art of the Deal by Donald J. Trump | Summary & Election Analysis - Not Original Book
Part memoir, part business advice, Trump's first book offers a thoroughly engaging inside look into the origins of a New York real estate magnate, celebrity, and 2016 presidential frontrunner. Detailing his childhood, development of the Trump Tower and Hyatt Hotels, and his renovation of the Wollman Skating Rink (among others), this unique publication from Summary Reads not only summarizes Trump's famous tome, but also examines how these principals and personal backstory may affect the 2016 election.
From solving bureaucratic quagmires, to building a real estate empire from his studio apartment, The Art of the Deal spent 51 weeks on the New York Times best seller list when it came out in 1987. Not only will you learn about one of the greatest entrepreneurs of our time, and the mindset and techniques that got him there, you will also gain insight into the mind of the man most likely to be the 45th president of the United States of America.
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Admittedly, I only made it through the first few minutes of this recording. I stopped when the fawning narrator referred to Trump's "humility" when negotiating deals. It also refers, without any justification, to Trump's concern for the communities in which he develops properties. This is clearly a campaign commercial disguised as a book.
This was a very short book so no trouble finishing. It was just too much bragging for me. I shouldn't be surprised since that is typical of Trump. I just wish it would've given more specific details about his proposed Trump presidency. It was a lot of hype with no real info, sort of like an infomercial.
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