The Art of the Deal

The Art of the Deal isn't just a book by Donald Trump any more.

It is American fiscal and foreign policy.

We haven't even started yet, and we've started. This is embarassing.

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This is the first President we have ever had who is openly, proudly, brazenly, defiantly corrupt. Integrity and honor are for losers. Self-aggrandizement and enrichment is the name of the game.

By Bruce Jensen (not verified) on 08 Dec 2016 #permalink

Although 'The Art of the Deal' is purported to be the autobiography of Donald Trump, it was in fact ghost-written in its entirety by Tony Schwartz. During the election campaign Schwartz spilled the beans, so embarrassed was he by the situation, The very damning article he wrote is well worth reading, given Schwartz's insight into the way Trump carries out business. It can be read here:…

By John Russell (… (not verified) on 08 Dec 2016 #permalink

Have you ever heard of Nixon? Clinton? They weren't in it for themselves? Hopefully you're in your 20s and simply weren't exposed to these people (especially Slick Willy).

Which of those two got snacks and drinkies for ambassadors at their own chain of high priced luxury hotels?

What? Just the Duck?

good lord ron is stupid.