"Holy s—, Mary. You're stacked," Donald Trump said, according to the book, an advanced copy of which was obtained by Business Insider.Marla Maples, Trump's wife at the time, reprimanded him in "mock horror" with a slap on the wrist, Mary Trump claims in the book."I was twenty-nine and not easily embarrassed, but my face reddened, and I suddenly felt self-conscious," Mary Trump, now a clinical psychologist, writes. "I pulled my towel around my shoulders. It occurred to me that nobody in my family, outside of my parents and brother, had ever seen me in a bathing suit."
Businesses connected to Trump advisor Jared Kushner and his family received millions in paycheck protection loans
Mom-and-pop shops struggled to obtain PPP money, but Kanye West, Grover Norquist's anti-spending group, and a number of Trump allies didn't seem to have any trouble obtaining taxpayer funds.Allies of the president on Capitol Hill and the media also cashed in. The Daily Caller, the conservative news organization co-founded by Tucker Carlson, one of Trump’s favorite Fox News personalities, secured up to a million dollars in taxpayer funds; its sketchy nonprofit arm, the Daily Caller News Foundation, accepted between $150,000 and $300,000.Companies associated with top Trump officials also reaped benefits of the program. Multiple businesses, including two hotels, owned by the family of Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, benefitted from PPP money. (The Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy in New Jersey, named after the powerful Trump adviser’s grandfather and supported by his parents’ family foundation, received up to $2 million.)
It never bothers me. I just smile, grab the back of a chair so hard that it sometimes breaks, and walk out of the room. No problem!