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1987: The Art of the Deal

1990: Surviving at the Top

1997: The Art of the Comeback

2000: The America We Deserve

2004: How To Get Rich

2004: The Way To The Top

2004: Think Like A Billionaire

2005: The Best Real Estate Advice I Ever Received

2006: Why We Want You To Be Rich

2007: Think Big and Kick Ass

2007: Trump 101: The Way to Success

2008: Never Give Up

2009: Think Like A Champion

2011: Time To Get Tough: Making America #1 Again

2015: Crippled America


Annie Veltri

T Management



“Donald Trump walked out with his entourage and inspected us closer than any general ever inspected a platoon. He would stop in front of a girl, look her up and down, and say, “Hmmm.” Then he would go on and do the same thing to the next girl. He took notes on a little pad as he went along. After he did this, Trump said: “O.K. I want all the girls to come forward.” ... Donald Trump looked at Miss Alabama. “Come here,” he said. She took one more step forward. “Tell me, who's the most beautiful woman here?” Miss Alabama's eyes swam around. “Besides me?” she said. “Uh, I like Arkansas. She's sweet.” “I don't care if she's sweet,” Donald Trump said. “Is she hot?” ... It became clear that the point of the whole exercise was for him to divide the room between girls he personally found attractive and those he did not. Many of the girls found the exercise hu-miliating. Some of the girls were sobbing backstage after he left, devastated to have failed even before the competition really began to impress “The Donald.”” --Carrie Prejean, 2009 Miss California USA (New York Times, May 15, 2016)
After Alicia Machado won the 1996 Miss Universe title, something very human happened: She gained weight. Mr. Trump did not keep his critique of her changing body quiet -- he publicly shamed her, she said.

“I told the president of Miss Universe, a very sweet woman, I said I need some time to recuperate, to rest, to exercise, to eat right. I asked them to bring me a doctor to help me -- to have a special diet and get exercise, and they said yes. They took me to New York, installed me in a hotel. The next day, they took me to the gym, and I'm exposed to 90 media outlets. Donald Trump was there. I had no idea that would happen. I was about to cry in that moment with all the cameras there. I said, “I don't want to do this, Mr. Trump.” He said, “I don't care.”” --Alicia Machado, 1996 Miss Universe Mr. Trump said he had pushed her to lose weight. “To that, I will plead guilty,” he said, expressing no regret for his tactics. But the humiliation, Ms. Machado said, was unbearable. “After that episode, I was sick, anorexia and bulimia for five years,” she said. “Over the past 20 years, I've gone to a lot of psychologists to combat this.”

(New York Times, May 15, 2016)

Miss Universe

Moscow pageant

Miss USA

Miss Teen USA

MTV - "Pageant Place"


Howard Rubinstein

Speaking Fees


The Apprentice

The Apprentice





Trumped for Clear Channel

Daily 60-second commentaries in the 1990s