Better settle down for a minute, The New Yorker is not one for brevity. This is an intriguing story where I feel like I finally have a glimpse at the man behind the facade.
Keep in mind I’m not a black and white thinker; posting a story revealing an unflattering side of a major political candidate does not automatically make me a member of the other side. I believe in nothing but a careful examination of facts, history, and general attention to detail. Back to the article, one quick quote:
“An accompanying cover portrait depicted Trump as unshaven, unpleasant-looking, and shiny with sweat. Yet, to Schwartz’s amazement, Trump loved the article. He hung the cover on a wall of his office, and sent a fan note to Schwartz, on his gold-embossed personal stationery. ‘Everybody seems to have read it,’ Trump enthused in the note, which Schwartz has kept.”