In 2009, Donald Trump completed his first major tower in Chicago. The Chicago Tribune's Pulitzer Prize-winning architect Blair Kamin called it "dazzlingly luminous," and praised its public plaza as "vibrant." Two years later, Kamin said...Show More Summary
Uber arrives in Europe and the cab drivers are pissed. Be careful when you let your kid piss all over our public parks. And Donald Trump has gotten himself into a pissing match with critics over his new building in Chicago. It's (a not totally urine-themed) What's Ruining Our Cities This Week! Read more...
Celebrity pitchman and failed Queens casino owner Donald Trump took his defense of adding his surname to his eponymous Chicago skyscraper to NBC’s “Today” Show Friday morning. [ more › ]
Thanks to Progressive policies Chicago is fast on its way to becoming the next Detroit. Since the burst of the Progressive real-estate bubble, Chicago has seen a dramatic drop off in construction of new modern buildings. Some projects went dead … Continue reading ?
Not one to ever avoid the limelight, Donald Trump is stirring up controversy in Chicago over a massive sign he recently installed on one of his skyscrapers. The eyesore, which features 20-foot high letters spelling out his last name, looms large over the Chicago River, making it hard to miss the real estate mogul's stamp on the city. Show More Summary
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is among the many Chicagoans criticizing the billionaire real estate mogul's decision to put his last name in bright letters on the side of an iconic building
Chicago really should have seen this coming. Construction is almost finished on the enormous silver letters spelling out Donald Trump's name on his eponymous skyscraper in downtown Chicago, much to the dismay of everyone from city residents to Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Show More Summary
Real estate magnate and conservative provocateur Donald Trump told Breitbart News Thursday that House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s defeat in a primary by conservative Dave Brat shows the entire political class in Washington is in danger. Show More Summary
Donald Trump might not enjoy The New York Times, but someone at his hotel chain sure does. The Times just announced a digital distribution partnership with Trump Hotel Collection that will allow guests to access NYTimes.com for freeShow More Summary
Your next stay in a $2,200 Park View Two Bedroom Suite at Trump Hotel’s Central Park property will come with complimentary access to NYTimes.com: In what is The New York Times’s largest hotel program sold to date, guests of … Read m...
Donald Trump and a monk walk into a bar… I don’t know a lot about the actual Donald Trump, but the Donald Trump in my mind is the archetype of the ruthless businessman. He’s greedy, and will step on as many people as it takes to get to the top. He’s deceitful, wasteful, and doesn’t […]
The title says it all. The House Of Solid Gold is selling a $1,000,000 extreme mountain bike for those who like to ride in luxury. This 24K Gold Extreme Mountain Bike is a hand-crafted bike made…
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During a recent whistle-stop tour of his golf resorts in the United Kingdom earlier this week, Mr. Trump granted a rare glimpse of his custom built Boeing 757’s lavish and uber-luxe interior. Read the rest of the story at: A peek into Donald Trump's custom Boeing 757
We've reached peak narcissism.
In which a humble sportswriter meets The Greatest Businessman In The World. On Twitter. I sat a few feet from Donald Trump, once. It was at the funeral of an estranged uncle who was regarded as sort of a villain and sort of a thief -- the Yiddish word you'd use would be gonif -- by most people in my family, and probably by many in his profession. Show More Summary
Donald Trump just got played like a piano. The real estate mogul retweeted this from sportswriter David Roth early Tuesday: "@david_j_roth: "I was never one who looked at success as bad. For me, success was always good. I loved it, and still do." Donald Trump — Donald J. Show More Summary
Donald Trump has never had the greatest relationship with the concept of truth or factual information, as we've seen over the year's with his obsession with President Obama's birth certificate and basically every other thing that's ever come out of his mouth. But one thing he does do better than anyone else is self-aggrandizement.