January 15, 2020The Fog of Rudy, by Jonathan Mahler, with illustrations by Andy Friedman.

February 18, 2020Senator repeats fringe theory on origins of virus, by Alexandra Stevenson.
March 9, 2020The New Yorker: Donald Trump finally wears a mask.

March 9, 2020The Convergence Between Vladimir Putin’s Political Culture and Our Own, by Joshua Yaffa.

May 28, 2020 ⁠— The Psychopath in Chief, by Tony Schwartz.

June 15, 2020 Talk: Jon Stewart Is Back to Weigh In, by David Marchese and Bobby Doherty.

June 17, 2020 ⁠— The New York Times: “‘He is the modern L.B.J., where everything has gone wrong and none of his skill sets are effective at what’s gone wrong,’ said Anthony Scaramucci, who served as the White House communications director for one of the briefest periods on record — 11 days. Nothing Mr. Trump has tried so far, Mr. Scaramucci said, has changed the narrative about his presidency, or shoved broader concerns about racism and the spread of the virus aside in news coverage. ‘That’s why I know he doesn’t like the job,’ Mr. Scaramucci said.”

June 18, 2020 The Cult to the Shining City on a Hill, by Virginia Heffernan and Jared Yates Sexton.

June 18, 2020Trump was told meaning of Juneteenth by black Secret Service agent.

June 20, 2020Dispatch: In Tulsa, an Energized Juneteenth Celebration Focuses on Change, Not Trump, by Victor Luckerson.

July 30, 2020RIP: Chairman of Godfather’s Pizza, and President of the National Restaurant Association, by Herman Cain.

August, 2020 The End of Democracy in Belarus, by Alexander Lukashenko.

August 14, 2020This is Trump’s America: American Nazis, Evangelical Christians, and the Mystery of Lawlessness.

August 16, 2020They delivered for America: Now it’s our turn to deliver for the United States Postal Service.

August 22, 2020Flowers for the First Family: The History of the White House Rose Garden.

August 26, 2020Masks are required at RNC 2020 in Charlotte, but many are not wearing one, by Alison Kuznitz.

Leonard Pitts Jr. “So why don’t blacks vote Republican? The answer is simple: Conservatives have never stood with, or up for, black people. Never. Conservatives opposed the Voting Rights Act. They opposed school integration. They opposed the Montgomery Bus Boycott. They opposed a law to crack down on lynching. These are the people for whom African Americans are now supposed to vote? To make the argument is to betray a stunning contempt for the intelligence — and memory — of black voters.”

August 27, 2020Black Voters’ Long Memory and the 2020 Republican National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.


January 9, 2019 — Longview News Journal: Manafort gave polling data to Russian associate in ’16.
April 14, 2019 — Pensacola News Journal: William Barr, age 10.

November 18, 2019Jurisprudence: The Federalist Society Just Proved It’s All In for Trump, by Mark Joseph Stern.

December 24, 2019Roberts will tap his inner umpire in impeachment trial, by Mark Sherman.


June 16, 2018 — Longview News Journal: Department of Homeland Security Documents Show – About 2,000 kids separated from families, by Colleen Long.

July, 2018CHILDREN IN CAGES: Voices from the ‘Families Belong Together’ protest.

October 26, 2018 — The Austin Chronicle: Mask of Justice.
December 19, 2018‘Charity’ history. AG: Everything must go at Trump Foundation, by Kenneth Lovett.
December 19, 2018Lying Traitor. Judge: Flynn, you ‘sold your country out,’ by Denis Slattery and Chris Sommerfeldt.


January 21, 2017 — The Economist: I’LL BE TREMENDOUS!

February 23, 2017Paul Manafort and the Red Thread Running Through the Long Ukrainian Revolution, by Katerina Sergatskova.

June 28, 2017 ⁠— How Donald Trump and Roy Cohn’s Ruthless Symbiosis Changed America, by Marie Brenner.

July 11, 2017White House denies collusion.
July 12, 2017 — Daily News: Trump, still dissing disabled.
July 12, 2017 — Daily News: LIKE FATHER… Trump’s dead dad owes us $1.7G – NYCHA.

August 14, 2017The First and Second Amendments Clashed in Charlottesville, Virginia — The Guns Won, by Dahlia Lithwick and Mark Joseph Stern.


January 16, 2016 — Seven Days: Trump Roast.

January 23, 2016Why did Trump say, ‘I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody, and I wouldn’t lose any voters, OK?’ and who was he talking to?

January 25, 2016 — National Review: Cage Match.
January 28, 2016 — Hippo: The Ca$h Race.
February 1, 2016 — The New Yorker: Sympathy for the Devil.
February, 2016 — Esquire: Hater in Chief.

February 15, 2016National Review: CONSERVATIVES AGAINST TRUMP, by The Editors.

February 15, 2016 — C-SPAN CAMPAIGN 2016: Taking you on the road to the White House.
February 15, 2016 — CPAC 2016: “OUR TIME IS NOW …AGAIN.”
March 4, 2016 — The Week: Unstoppable force?
March 4, 2016 — The Economist: Really?
March 7, 2016 — National Enquirer: SCALIA WAS MURDERED!
March 10, 2016 — Rolling Stone: Trump Unbound.
March 14, 2016 — The Nation: Donald Trump is Dangerous.
March 21, 2016 — The Baltimore Sun: Trump roots don’t inspire German town.

March 30, 2016 Trump’s New Russia Adviser Carter Page Has Deep Ties to Kremlin’s Gazprom, by Zachary Mider.

April 4, 2016 Carter Page is an Out-and-Out Putinite, by Robert Zubrin.

April 5, 2016 ⁠— Donald Trump Settled a Real Estate Lawsuit and a Criminal Case Was Closed, by Mike McIntire.

May 6, 2016The ethnic card: Donald Trump’s mouth, Pat Buchanan’s ideas, by Clarence Page.

July 10, 2016Trump’s Russia adviser Carter Page criticizes U.S. for ‘hypocritical focus on democratization,’ by Andrew Roth.

July 16, 2016The Economist: Donald Trump and a divided America.
July 16, 2016I’m Don… and I’m Vlad… and we’re going to Trump you up!

July 21, 2016It’s Official: Hillary Clinton Is Running Against Vladimir Putin, by Jeffrey Goldberg.

July 21, 2016What If Russia Invaded the Baltics — and Donald Trump Was President? by Uri Friedman.

July 26, 2016What are ties among Trump, Putin? by Philip Bump.
August 1, 2016 — National Review: Tricky Hillary.

August 10, 2016 — Q&A: Anders Fogh Rasmussen on Donald Trump, by Nicholas Vinocur.

August 16, 2016 — The Province: Golfers vs. Trump lawsuit tees off.
August 28, 2016 — Santa Fe New Mexican: Blacks denied housing in Trump’s building projects, by Jonathan Mahler and Steve Eder.

September 9, 2016 Nojay helped Trump to the presidency.

September 17, 2016Problem with praising Putin isn’t about being unpatriotic, by Jacob Sullum.
September 21, 2016Bibi Backs Trump On Putin, by Patrick Buchanan.

September 22, 2016From Russia With Trump: A Political Conflict Zone, by Matthew Mosk, Brian Ross and Patrick Reevell.

September 22, 2016 Experts say Donald Trump’s ‘policies’ dovetail with what Vladimir Putin would like for Russia, by C. Eugene Emery Jr.

September 23, 2016A strong Putin has meant a weak Russia. Trump’s America would be no different. By Scott Gilmore.

September 26, 2016Politics: Donald Trump’s Cruel Streak, by Conor Friedersdorf.

October 11, 2016Vladimir Putin Is Determined to See Trump in the Oval Office, by Charles P. Pierce.

October 13, 2016 — Eugene Weekly: Grope.

October 13, 2016Trump has no regard for rule of law, Trudy Rubin.

October 15, 2016Meet Fancy Bear, by Sheera Frenkel.

October 16, 2016Donald Trump Says He Might Meet With Putin Before Inauguration, by Maggie Haberman.

October 18, 2016Trump eyes Putin for his post-election transition plans, by Steve Benen.

October 21, 2016NEWS TO AMERICA: BURY TRUMP IN A LANDSLIDE, A Special Editorial by the New York Daily News.

October 21, 2016Poll: Clinton Won Final Debate; 53% of Republicans Would Accept Election Results, by Hannah Hartig, John Lapinski and Stephanie Psyllos.

October 21, 2016Trump, Clinton Trade Biting Jokes at Al Smith Dinner After Fiery Debate, by Ali Vitali and Monica Alba.

October 23, 2016Ex-Trump aides tied to firm that tried to expand Russia’s spying efforts, by Kevin Dugan.

October 26, 2016Republicans Plan to Break the Government Again After Trump Loses, by Charles P. Pierce.

October 30, 2016Trump’s allergy to history, by Trudy Rubin.

November, 2016PutinTrump.org: AMERICAN VALUES ARE ON THE LINE.

November 2, 2016No direct Trump-Putin link found: Officials say hacking only meant to disrupt election, by Eric Lichtblau and Steven Lee Myers.
November 8, 2016 — “I voted.
November 10, 2016Presidential election results: the geography of the popular vote.
November 25, 2016Trump, Putin in contact.
December 24, 2016Trump welcomes ‘nice’ letter from Putin after nuclear vow, by Vivian Salama.
December 31, 2016Road to the Inauguration: Putie in his hands — Don just loves Vlad’s ‘smart’ hack response.


January 19, 2015‘There are no stupid questions.’ Patrick Buchanan: ‘Hold my beer.’
February 14, 2015 — The Economist: Putin’s war on the West.
February 27, 2015 — The Week: Doubling down.
July 17, 2015 — The Week: An ill wind.
July 20, 2015 — Time: Who’s Afraid of Elizabeth Warren?
August, 2015 — MAD Magazine: Chris Christie’s World.
August 15, 2015 — Newsweek: On the Stump with Donald Trump.
August 21, 2015 — The Week: Untamed.
August 30, 2015 — The Week: The Republicans’ worst nightmare?
August 31, 2015 — Time: Deal with it.

August 31, 2015The Political Scene: The Fearful and the Frustrated, by Evan Osnos.

August 31, 2015 — Bloomberg Businessweek: There happen to be bears… what to do about it?
September 7, 2015Angry supporters let Trump defy political gravity: Voters are entranced by presidential candidate’s self-assurance.
September 13, 2015 — Bloomberg Businessweek: Trump Finally Talks!
September 14, 2015 — The New Yorker: Trump Defeats Kanye.
September 20, 2015 — The Week: Mama Merkel.
September 21, 2015 — New York Magazine: Donald Trump Is Saving Our Democracy.

September 22, 2015 ⁠— Donald Trump’s Old Queens Neighborhood Contrasts With the Diverse Area Around It, by Jason Horowitz.

October 10, 2015 — Spectator: Putin’s victory.
October 30, 2015 — The Week: Trump vs. Bushes.
November, 2015 — Harper’s Magazine: Bombast Bursting in Air.
November, 2015 — The Rachel Maddow Show: Covering America, one story at a time.
November 9, 2015Trump on ‘SNL’: The highlights and the lowlights, by Carly Mallenbaum.
November 13, 2015 — The Week: Into the muck.
December, 2015 — GQ: The Leader of the Free World.

December 11, 2015Scalia’s remarks on race are denounced, by David G. Savage.

December 12, 2015 — The Economist: Playing with fear.
December 15, 2015Putin seemingly courts Trump in folksy, wide-ranging remarks.
December 18, 2015 — The Vancouver: Putin said Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump is “bright and talented person.”

December 21, 2015The Ideology Behind the Putin-Trump Bromance, by Adam Chandler.

December 30, 2015 — Chicago Tribune: Donald Trump.
December 31, 2015 — Hippo: Year in Review.


April 25, 2011 — The Des Moines Register: Will Trump Play in Iowa?
August 14, 2011 — Daily News: REAL ESTATE PUBLISHER’S NOTE.


January 21, 2009 — The Miami Herald: Celebrate a moment in history.
January 21, 2009 — The Miami Herald: A billionaire is offering you 90 minutes of free advice. No, this isn’t a misprint.
October 1, 2009 — The Tampa Tribune: The time to invest in Florida real estate is NOW!


September 15, 2008Executive Talk: Donald Trump Jr. bullish on Russia and few emerging markets, by the editor of eTurboNews.

November 5, 2008A DREAM FULFILLED: For Many, Election Overcomes History of Racism, by Chicago Tribune.


January 16, 2007 — The Miami Herald: Tenacious Billionaire on Mission to Create the Next Wave of Independent and Successful Entrepreneurs in America… Won’t You Be One of Them?

September, 2007 The End of America: Letter of Warning to a Young Patriot, by Naomi Wolf.


January 25, 2006 — The Miami Herald: Donald Trump enraged at being called millionaire.
March 10, 2006 — The Post Crescent: “I don’t think Ivanka would do that, although she does have a very nice figure. I’ve said if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.” -Donald Trump.
March 21, 2006 — The Tampa Tribune: Trump Names His 5th Child ‘Barron’.
December 22, 2006 — The Newark Advocate: War of words escalates between Donald Trump and Rosie O’Donnell.
December 25, 2006 — The Palm Beach Post: Trump mans the velvet rope.


February 6, 2005 — Daily News: Young Donald’s reality show: Mogul got off to humble start.


April 13, 2004 — The Tampa Tribune: Top 10 signs you are obsessed with Donald Trump, from “Late Show with David Letterman.”
September 20, 2004 — Calgary Herald: On the Red Carpet with Girlfriend Melania Krauss.
September 24, 2004 — The Miami Herald: ‘Donald Trump’ now in fragrance.


January, 2002Props: RALPH ELLISON’S INVISIBLE MAN, by Gregory Johnson.


January, 2000 The America We Deserve: Should I Run? by Donald Trump and Dave Shiflett.

January 9, 2000Donald ducks the burning question, by Edward Helmore.
February 14, 2000 — Daily News: RUN …AWAY – Donald’s ready to call it quits in presidential race.

July and August, 20002000 Presidential Election: The First Political Conventions of the Internet Era.

August 13, 2000Madam President: How much longer before there’s a woman in the White House? by Jill Vejnoska. PRESIDENT: When will a woman win White House?
September 3, 2000 — Daily News: Trump up the volume.
December 23, 2000 — Daily News: Trump faking remorse on ads: town.


June 30, 1999 ⁠— Daily News: Farewell to Fred Trump.
September 27, 1999Where Donald Trump fits in, by Richard Cohen.
October 8, 1999 ⁠— Daily News: DONALD RUN – Looking to presidency, with Oprah as his veep.
October 10, 1999 ⁠— Daily News: Trump vs. Hil for Senate.
October 15, 1999 ⁠— Daily News: “Don’s no Dan… Northville, N.Y.: ‘Donald Trump wants us to know he’s no Dan Quayle. Hey, Don, don’t worry. Mr. Quayle stands heads taller than you.’ -Rick Kiffney.”
October 15, 1999 ⁠— Daily News: “No, no, Mr. Trump… the baby… kiss the baby…”
December 24, 1999HAVE SCRIPT, WILL STAND: American politics today demands strong leadership… a candidate who can act the part. No wonder Warren, Cybil and Oprah think they deserve top billing. NEAL GABLER reports.

October 24, 1999 The Cable Guys, by James Bennet.

November 16, 1999 ⁠— Daily News: Donald does Miami as Prez possibility.
December 11, 1999 ⁠— Daily News: Clash of titan vs. Trump.
December 15, 1999 ⁠— Chicago Tribune: “‘I would be very traditional. Like Betty Ford or Jackie Kennedy.’ –Melania Knauss, supermodel and girlfriend of presidential Reform Party hopeful Donald Trump, as quoted by U.S. News & World Report.”
December 22, 1999 ⁠— The San Francisco Examiner: Trying to take Trump seriously, by Dana Milbank.


October 31, 1998 ⁠— The Leader Post: Donald’s Luck.
October 31, 1998 ⁠— The Leader Post: Prince Charles and Princess Diana in 1983.
December 13, 1998 ⁠— The Age: Donald’s luck.


March 8, 1997 ⁠— Winnipeg Free Press: Against All Odds – Donald Trump on thriving in the 90’s.
June 8, 1997 ⁠— The Miami Herald: Queen of the Universe, by Dave Barry.


April 28, 1996 ⁠— Daily News: Everything’s just peachy, say Trumps.

November 7, 1996 ⁠— Trump Playing Russian Roulette?


May, 1995Emperors of the Air, by Bryan Burrough.

June 14, 1995 ⁠— The Capital Times: “‘When I build something for somebody, I always add $50 or $60 million on to the price. My guys come in, they say it’s going to cost $75 million. I say it’s going to cost $125 million, and I build it for $100 million. Basically, I did a lousy job. But they think I did a great job.’ -Donald Trump.”

September 25, 1995Race and The South: Two Views, by Leonard Pitts Jr. and Michael Browning.


March 13, 1994 ⁠— Daily News: Their digs are vintage Trump.


February 20, 1993 ⁠— Palm Beach Daily News: Dick Cheney is concerned about cuts in military spending.
June 7, 1993 ⁠— Daily News: The Donald’s dad strikes out with kids.
December 30, 19931993 predictably bad for tab psychics, by Jim Knippenberg.


May 1, 1992 ⁠— The Atlanta Constitution: Racial fault line.
March 7, 1992 ⁠— The News and Observer: The Far Side, by Gary Larson.

June 21, 1992William Barr: A ‘Caretaker’ Attorney General Proves Agenda-Setting Conservative, by Ronald J. Ostrow.

July 17, 1992 ⁠— South Florida Sun Sentinel: Richard Nixon in 1948.
October 8, 1992 ⁠— Daily News: Echoes of Murphy Brown – Woody is bashed by Bill Barr.
October 18, 1992 ⁠— The Lincoln Star: Try the tax records.
October 29, 1992 ⁠— Doonesbury, by Garry Trudeau.
December 8, 1992 ⁠— The Indianapolis Star: “‘I will not be buffaloed.’ -Attorney General William Barr.”


January 28, 1991 ⁠— Austin American Statesman: “As long as there’s stupidity and hypocrisy and avarice, there’s room for satire.” -E. Graydon Carter, ‘Spy’ magazine editor.
April 22, 1991 ⁠— The Tribune: Trump still walking tightrope, by Henry Stern.
July 8, 1991 ⁠— The Philadelphia Inquirer: “Donald trump, with his canned self-righteousness, wayward women and financial woes, has become one of America’s great bores.”
October 17, 1991 ⁠— Daily News: New Yorker tapped.
November 19, 1991 ⁠— The Evening Sun: “‘On the other hand… David Duke may have lost Louisiana. He gained everywhere else.’ -Dan Berger.”
November 24, 1991 ⁠— The Los Angeles Times: Trying To Be One of the Boys – Richard Nixon gets a beer shampoo.
November 29, 1991 ⁠— The San Francisco Examiner: Buchanan, not Duke, is real pro-fascist threat, by Alan M. Dershowitz.


February 6, 1990 ⁠— The Los Angeles Times: This Guy’s Here for a While.
April 15, 1990 ⁠— Daily News: THE ART OF THE DON DEAL.

June, 1990The Rise and Fall of Donald Trump, by Larry Reibstein, Carolyn Friday, Bruce Shenitz, and Marcus Mabry.

June 3, 1990 ⁠— The Gazette: We don’t pick on little people, says Spy editor Carter, we go after the overdogs.
June 7, 1990 ⁠— The News Journal: Thumping Trump.
June 10, 1990 ⁠— Southern Illinoisan: Trump bashing.
June 22, 1990 The Sydney Morning Herald: Four banks hold out on Trump rescue plan.
June 24, 1990 Asbury Park Press: Pass the hat for The Donald.
June 25, 1990 Detroit Free Press: Greed led Trump and real estate industry on destructive path.
July 2, 1990 ⁠— The Orlando Sentinel: You and Donald Trump have something in common.
July 20, 1990 ⁠— The Orlando Sentinel: Financier Donald Trump has an admirer in Cincinnati.
July 21, 1990 ⁠— The Palm Beach Post: Little pity for fallen icon.
July 25, 1990 ⁠— Herald and News: Decadent decade.

August 1990 ⁠— A Casino Too Far: Pages from the Donald J. Trump Scrapbook, by Jamie Malanowski.

September, 1990After the Gold Rush, by Marie Brenner.

November 1, 1990 ⁠— The Tampa Tribune: Sharing her loss.


February 1, 1989 ⁠— BLOOM COUNTY, by Berkeley Breathed.
February 7, 1989 ⁠— BLOOM COUNTY, by Berkeley Breathed.
February 8, 1989 ⁠— BLOOM COUNTY, by Berkeley Breathed.
February 21, 1989 ⁠— Courier Post: Donald Trump – Everyday Slob?
February 21, 1989 ⁠— The Central New Jersey Home News: How do they hate Trump? Let the comics count the ways.
February 26, 1989 ⁠— Daily News: Art of the Wheel.

March 19, 1989Hitting a Roar Nerve, by Michael Crook.

April 19, 1989 ⁠— BLOOM COUNTY, by Berkeley Breathed.
April 30, 1989 ⁠— Courier Post: Horrifying Central Park gang rape stirs anger, outrage, confusion.
May 1, 1989 ⁠— Daily News: BRING BACK THE DEATH PENALTY, BRING BACK OUR POLICE! by Donald Trump.
May 31, 1989 ⁠— BLOOM COUNTY, by Berkeley Breathed.
July 14, 1989 ⁠— An open letter to all Republicans, by George Clark, Jr., New York State Republican Chairman, 1981 – 1985.

September 10, 1989 ⁠— Donald Trump’s harmful ignorance, by Clarence Page.

October 27, 1989 ⁠— Angels give Rudy some hell over vest, by Mike McAlary.
November 6, 1989 ⁠— WOMEN OF NEW YORK: Don’t Be Fooled… by Rudy Giuliani.
December 23, 1989 ⁠— Muncie Evening Press: Donald Trump.


January 9, 1988 ⁠— Trump bid could come in a decade, by Glenn Singer.

January 17, 1988 ⁠— Daily News: Roger Stone.

April 1988 ⁠— Donald Trump; A Heck of a Guy, by Spy Magazine.

April 3, 1988 ⁠— Daily News: Making Book On Roy.

June, 1988New York’s Beautiful Big-Brother Buildings, by Barbara Flanagan and Stanley Garth.

October 30, 1988 ⁠— The Republic Sun: Donald Trump.
November 5, 1988 ⁠— The Post Crescent: So far it’s been called the White Male House.”
December 31, 1988 ⁠— The Palm Beach Post: Winners, sinners in 1988.


January 25, 1987 ⁠— The Paducah: Racism then, racism now.
April 18, 1987 ⁠— The Sydney Morning Herald: Crimebuster who may take a shot at the Presidency.
July 8, 1987 ⁠— Daily News: Soviets need me, says Trump.
September 16, 1987 ⁠— The Miami Herald: “An open letter from Donald J. Trump on why America should stop paying to defend countries that can afford to defend themselves.”
September 18, 1987 ⁠— Doonesbury, by Garry Trudeau.
September 22, 1987 ⁠— The Philadelphia Inquirer: President Trump?

September 25, 1987 ⁠⁠— The Man Who Would Be Kingmaker, by Mike Wilson and Al Diaz.

October 6, 1987 ⁠— Doonesbury, by Garry Trudeau.
October 25, 1987 ⁠— The Philadelphia Inquirer: “It’s no news that we are a nation of addicts. Cocaine, heroin and booze are the drugs of the quick fix. One exaggerates, one wipes out, one blurs. I may be making too heavy a point, but I sense the same tendencies in the lunge for the stock market fix, the too-quick buck, the have-it-now-no-wait-no-worry way of life.The attention span of America seems fixed on the digital flash. Blink, it’s on. Blink, it’s off. We’re not waiting for nothin’, buddy. Build the battleships, build the bombers, build the debt. Hoist the buildings up, two at a time. Donald Trump for President. Donald who?
November 8, 1987 ⁠— Edmonton Journal: Can America play Trump on the White House?
November 8, 1987 ⁠— The Honolulu Advertiser: Trump plans massive housing project for Atlantic City, by Joyce A. Venezia.
November 19, 1987 ⁠— The Philadelphia Inquirer: Thump for Trump.


May 21, 1986 ⁠— The News: Donald Trump.
June 1, 1986 ⁠— Detroit Free Press: Will Detroit draw New York’s Trump?

February 6, 1986 ⁠— Closing arguments: Roy Cohn still battling the bar ⁠— and for his life, by Philip Lentz.


January 6, 1985 ⁠— The Journal News: REACHING FOR THE SKY.
June 2, 1985 ⁠— Daily News: A plan to bring back Coney Island, by Alan Mirabella.
August 18, 1985 ⁠— Daily News: Holy Coney! Hey, that’s not chicken feed he’s betting on Steeplechase, by Owen Moritz.

November, 1985 ⁠— Donald Trump’s Ultimate Deal: In which we see the world through the eyes of Qaddafi’s pilot, by Ron Rosenbaum.

December 12, 1985 ⁠— Indiana Gazette: The Inner Circle.


February 22, 1984 ⁠— Daily News: Trump eyes NFL’s jugular.
June 10, 1984 ⁠— The Philadelphia Inquirer: It has the look of a winner, but only within.
November 7, 1984 ⁠— Daily News: U.S. gets re-Reaganized.


September 15, 1980Law and Order: The Klan and the Mythical America of Donald Trump.

October 7, 1980 ⁠— Daily News: Donald Trump.
November 5, 1980 ⁠— Daily News: Former President Nixon heads for the office yesterday.


January 15, 1979Like Father, Like Son: Anatomy of a Young Power Broker, by Wayne Barrett.

February 26, 1979 A Seamless Web, by Wayne Barrett.


February 24, 1977 ⁠— Daily News: The x’s mark the adult movie spot at Trump Cinema, Coney Island.
May 26, 1977 ⁠— Daily News: 6.5M for Center Plan Could Shrink to 500G.


Fourth of July, 1976Happy Birthday America: A Day That Will Stand Tall in Memory, by the Daily News.


January 23, 1975 ⁠— Daily News: Tenant vs. landlord – Some horror stories.


December 13, 1973 ⁠— Daily News: Landlord Trump Retaliates, Sues U.S. for $100 Million.


October 11, 1972 ⁠— Daily News: Trump Village’s Lawyer Fighting For a 520G Fee.


May 28, 1971 ⁠— Daily News: Coney Parachute Jump to Hit the Silk.


Juneteenth, 196850,000 Mass at Lincoln Memorial: Marchers ‘Still Have A Dream,’ Demand End to U.S. Poverty.


February 26, 1966 ⁠— Daily News: “Sabu the tiger licks chops as Fred Trump Jr. signs contract for a Steeplechase pet fest with Murray Zaret, show producer. Sabu has a big steak in the deal.”
September 17, 1966 ⁠— Daily News: Steeplechase Hits Dust Wednesday.
September 18, 1966 ⁠— Daily News: What’s Up at Chute? More Like Toboggan.


July 28, 1965 ⁠— Daily News: Coney Hopes of Revival Dashed by N.J. Fun Lord.
August 18, 1965 ⁠— Daily News: Steeplechase Rebirth Abandoned; It’s ‘Folly’.
December 4, 1965 ⁠— Daily News: Modern Seaside Park Drawn For Old Steeplechase.


June 5, 1964 ⁠— The York Dispatch: “Executive Signs. — This one on the desk of Fred Trump, real estate tycoon: ‘Never invite trouble. It always accepts.'”
June 30, 1964 ⁠— The Palm Beach Post: “… Shouldn’t realtor Fred C. Trump have named one of his five kids No?”


June 16, 1960 ⁠— Brooklyn Daily: Coney Housing Project Named ‘Trump Village’.


July 5, 1959 ⁠— Daily News: Take a chance! You can try your strength, skill and dexterity in many ways at Coney Island.
December 6, 1956 ⁠— The Progress Index: Keep Up Your Hopes, by Norman Vincent Peale.


March 13, 1954 ⁠— Daily News: Roy Cohn, chief counsel for the McCarthy Senate committee, talks on the phone in his Washington office.


February 4, 1951 ⁠—The Brooklyn Daily Eagle: SHOPPING CENTER OPENS.
December 19, 1951 ⁠—Nashville Banner: How To Take Things As They Come, by Norman Vincent Peale.


January 23, 1949 ⁠—The Brooklyn Daily Eagle: The American Way of Life.


June 8, 1947 ⁠—The Brooklyn Daily Eagle: Own this Ocean View apartment for $50 monthly.


May 13, 1941 ⁠— WILL HE DO IT? by the America First Committee.
June 16, 1941 ⁠— America First Committee Stands FOR America – Everybody Out of Step But Adolf, by the America First Committee.
June 19, 1941 ⁠— The War Bund Never Learns – American Action, by the America First Committee.


May 25, 1940 ⁠— The Tablet: Memorial Day 1940 – THAT THESE MAY BE THE LAST.


February 12, 1939 ⁠— Brooklyn Daily Eagle: Borough Building Officials at Opening of Model Trump Home.
February 26, 1939 ⁠— Brooklyn Daily Eagle: TRUMP SCORES AGAIN, IN FLATBUSH.
February 26, 1939 ⁠— Brooklyn Daily Eagle: Archways Lend Charm to Modern Interiors.
April 15, 1939 ⁠— Daily News: AMAZING NEWS for RENT-PAYER!
April 16, 1939 ⁠— Brooklyn Daily Eagle: Kitchen-Dinette Arrangement in New Flatbush Homes.
May 14, 1939 ⁠— Brooklyn Daily Eagle: Only $40 A MONTH in BROOKLYN.


March 5, 1938 ⁠— Daily News: TRUMP HOMES.
April 12, 1938 ⁠— Brooklyn Daily Eagle: If you’re looking for carefree comfort, visit TRUMP HOMES.


January 7, 1937 ⁠— Daily News: Preview Showing – New 1939 Deluxe Models – TRUMP HOMES.
August 22, 1937 ⁠— Brooklyn Daily Eagle: An Abundance of Beautiful Homes in High Class Residential Communities Await Inspection
September 18, 1937 ⁠— Daily News: Talk to the Owner of a Trump Home.


January 26, 1936 ⁠— Brooklyn Daily Eagle: Trump homes on Kings Highway and Avenue H.


March 17, 1928 ⁠— The Chat: If you are looking for a real “ENGLISH COLONIAL” house
March 18, 1928 ⁠— Brooklyn Times Union: ENGLISH COLONIAL HOME.


May 31, 1927 ⁠— Two Fascisti Die in Bronx, Klansmen Riot in Queens, in Memorial Day Clashes, by The New York Times.

June 1, 1927 ⁠— Daily News: The Aftermath of Transplanting Old World Political Hatreds Here!

June 1, 1927 ⁠— POLICE, KLANSMEN IN RUNNING WAR: “Native-born Protestant Americans clubbed by Roman Catholic police when they exercised their rights in the country of their birth,” K.K.K. handbills declared.

June 1, 1927 ⁠— Daily News: RUTH RAPS NOS. 15 AND 16!
July 5, 1927 ⁠— Daily News: Each in His Own Fashion, New Yorkers Celebrated the Fourth.
July 5, 1927 ⁠— Daily News: SOCKO! GEHRIG’S NO. 27, 28.
July 6, 1927 ⁠— Daily News: AW, CHEER UP, BABE!
July 23, 1927 ⁠— The Chat: BEST BUY IN HOLLIS.
November 6, 1927 ⁠— Brooklyn Daily Eagle: Put Your Cards on the Table in a TRUMP home.
November 13, 1927 ⁠— Daily News: Be a King and Queen in a Trump Home.




May 4, 1924 ⁠— Daily News: For miles through the night this fiery Ku Klux Klan cross burning on hill near Syracuse, N. Y., could be seen by the countryside.


November 29, 1922 ⁠— The Brooklyn Citizen: TIME TO UNMASK – 100% Americanism.


May 25, 1919 ⁠— The Baltimore Sun: THE CAPITOL AGLOW – A “PILLAR OF FIRE.”


WEAR A MASK and Save Your Life!Doctors wear them. Those who do not wear them get sick. The person who will not wear a mask now is a dangerous slacker.


September 30, 1875Reunion of the Army of the Tennessee: A Long and Sensible Speech, by President Ulysses S. Grant.


August 20, 1866THE SOUTHERN PEOPLE: The Disposition of the South with Respect to the Union, by General Gordon Granger.

December 18, 1866American Republic of the Southern States: A Patriotic Education.


March 13, 1865 — OPERATIONS AGAINST MOBILE.; Our Army and Navy In Front, if not in, the City. Rebel Reports of Movements and Preparations. FRANTIC APPEALS OF THE REBELS.

June 19, 1865Juneteenth: General Order No. 3, by Major-General Gordon Granger.


July, 1863Why the South Lost the Civil War, by Richard E. Beringer, Herman Hattaway, Archer Jones, and William N. Still Jr.

Prologue — The General Reasoning for Changing the Name of Fort Bragg: The Army of the Cumberland, by General William Starke Rosecrans.