"He was the first reporter who took Donald Trump seriously. An old-school, pen-and-paper, document-driven, sourced-up investigative ace for the Village Voice in New York, Wayne Barrett nailed the aspiring real estate developer... 'Donald Trump,' he wrote, in January of 1979, 'is a user of other users' ... The credo of the indefatigable Barrett: “the exposure of the plunderers, the steerers, the wirepullers, the bosses, the brokers, the campaign fixers and takers. … Stew, percolate, pester, track, burrow, besiege, confront, damage, level. Care."
November, 1985 — Donald Trump’s Ultimate Deal: In which we see the world through the eyes of Qaddafi’s pilot, by Ron Rosenbaum
"The dove was art director Nancy Butkus’s idea; Butkus was aware of Trump’s interest in what he called 'The Subject' — i.e., the nuclear-arms race and the urgent need for a deal-maker such as himself to (literally) save the world from surefire annihilation."