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Trump and Me

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Ever since Donald Trump entered the presidential race—in a press conference attended by paid actors, in which he slandered Mexican immigrants—he has dominated headlines, becoming the unrestrained id on the center of one of the crucial ordinary and alarming elections in American history.

It used to be not at all times so. In 1996, longtime New Yorker author Mark Singer used to be conscripted by his editor to profile Donald Trump. At the moment Trump used to be a mere Manhattan-centric megalomaniac, a failing casino operator mired in his second divorce and (he claimed) recovering from the bankruptcy proceedings that prompted him to inventory the contents of his Trump Tower home. Conversing with Trump in his offices, apartments, cars, and private plane, Singer found himself fascinated with this man “who had aspired to and achieved the ultimate luxury, an existence unmolested by the rumbling of a soul.”

In Trump and Me, Singer revisits the profile and recounts how its publication lodged inside its subject’s head as a long-lasting irritant—and how Singer (“A TOTAL LOSER!” in step with Trump) cheerfully continued to bait him. He reflects on Trump’s evolution from swaggering buffoon to potential threat to The us’s standing as a rational guardian of the world order. Heedlessly combative, equally adept at spewing insults and manipulating crowds at his campaign rallies, the self-proclaimed billionaire has emerged as an unlikely tribune of populist rage. All politics is artifice, and Singer marvels at how Trump has transfixed an electorate with his ultimate feat of performance art—a mass political movement only loosely tethered to reality.

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