Trump: The Saga of America's Most Powerful Real Estate Baron
Donald J. Trump's remarkable energy and vision have changed the face of our world. Here is his story, the story of the Queens-born grandson of a Swedish immigrant who bought his first properties while still in college and moved on to become among the nation's biggest "movers and shakers" before the age of forty. 12 pages of photos. Fine.
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Page 16 - It may be that in the midst of so many celebrities, you don't even know who he is. My friends, I ask that you now look upon the greatest living bridge engineer, perhaps the greatest of all time." Unfortunately, Moses never mentioned Ammann's name, and the engineer resumed his seat, "again lost in the second row of the grandstand. Later that evening, when Ammann was home with his family, the phone rang and his wife answered. She turned to Ammann and announced, "It's Ed Sullivan. He wants you...
Page 17 - I'm thinking about is that all these politicians who opposed the bridge are being applauded. Yet, in a corner, just standing there in the rain, is this man, this 85year-old engineer who came from Sweden and designed this bridge, who poured his heart into it, and nobody even mentioned his name.