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I remember first time when I had seen Donald Trump's books list in wikipdia, 'Trump Tower' was part of Donald's bibliography, but second time when I saw it, 'Trump Tower' novel was removed from Trump's writtens. Copy of 'Trump Tower' is in my Amazon Kindle now and before I start reading it, I wanted to know is it Donald Trump's intellectual property or not, here you can read what I find about this glamorous book:
Speculation is rife that Trump Tower was penned by The Donald himself, despite being credited to author Jeffrey Robinson, pictured (right) is original cover and (left) the final version.
The agent for Jeffrey Robinson, when contacted by DailyMail.com refused to say who wrote the book.
Speaking on behalf of Mr Robinson, his agent LN Fowler said: 'Jeffrey would be happy discuss the novel with you after the election'.
Wednesday night marked the end of the presidential debate season, but there were probably enough verbal jabs that will live in the memory of voters until Nov. 8 when American voters cast their ballots to elect the 45th president of the United States.
As was the case in the last two debates, GOP nominee Donald Trump generated the most activity on Twitter — @realDonaldTrump was the focus of 59 percent of #debate conversation compared to @HillaryClinton’s 41 percent. He also beat out Clinton for the top retweet of the debate, and it wasn’t even a tweet that originated during the debate, during the day Wednesday, or even during the year 2016.
When you open any article on 45thuspresident, you can click on 'Read It Leater ' button, It you can find on top of article and under the title of article! Now you can choose news, whick is most interesting for you and add it in your https://getpocket.com account after simple registration on getpocket.
What is 'Read It Leater?' Pocket, previously known as Read It Later, is an application and service for managing a reading list of articles from the Internet. It is available for OS X, Windows, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Kobo eReaders, and web browsers. The application was originally intended only for desktop computers.