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The Art of the Comeback is a 1988 book written by Donald Trump and veteran author Tony Schwartz. It was the first time that Trump has ever been published and helped to create a “household word” of his own.

This book covers Trump’s life in the business world from its inception as a small real estate company, through to the time of The Art of the Comeback. There are some stories of Trump’s early life, but they are presented in a more “gossipy” style.

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The book also includes a number of pages about Trump’s relationships with other celebrities and businessmen. This book covers topics such as how he started his own company, and why he took on partners to help him out in building projects. Donald Trump’s business life has come under the spotlight in recent years due to his public feud with then-rival NBC, his comments about the Central Park Five, and his refusal to release his tax returns.

The book tells the story of Trump’s rise from a penniless New Yorker to the millionaire real-estate tycoon we know today. It explains how he turned his struggling real-estate company into a profitable enterprise and, with it, a lot of publicity for his name. The book also goes into detail about some of his controversial decisions throughout the course of his life. The book also covers his relationship with Schwartz, a well-known television personality and friend, whom Trump met during the 1980s.

According to the authors, the main theme of The Art of the Comeback is “the psychology of success and failure.” It tells the story of how the two of them struggled with the same issue for many years before Trump finally “gets it.”

The book is broken down into chapters, each of which contains four parts. Parts one and two covers the history of Trump’s business life, while the third and fourth sections deal with his relationship with Schwartz. The chapters are entitled The Psychology of Success and The Psychology of Failure.

Despite its title, the book is not solely about Donald Trump. However, its themes are mostly about him, particularly his relationship with Schwartz and how his life changed drastically when Schwartz became his business partner.

The book also tells how this partnership began, its successes and failures, and the reasons why he left it. It also includes sections dealing with his early life, and relationships, including how he met his friends and colleagues. During the third and fourth sections, Schwartz shares with Trump’s life, the ways that he and Trump-shaped each other’s lives.

The main reason why this book is written is because Schwartz wanted to put an end to the rumors about Trump’s past. Schwartz said that he wanted to shed light on how Trump managed his life while remaining so open, honest and genuine. Although the book covers a lot of controversial issues, Trump’s personal life and his relationships with others are rarely covered. In fact, The Art of the Comeback focuses primarily on his personal life, although it does mention some of his business dealings.

The book The Art of the Comeback was released just before the presidential election in November when many people had already become cynical about the outcome. Some critics of The Art of the Comeback claimed that it promoted Clinton’s candidacy, due to its focus on her. supporters.

However, after its publication in 1988, the book received a lot of attention, largely because of its popularity. People liked the book because it was something that could be enjoyed by people from different walks of life, which meant that it can appeal to a broad demographic.

Although The Art of the Deal covers some controversial subjects, such as the politics of greed and the way that money has corrupted our culture, many people still enjoyed reading about it. After all, how we live our lives can be very entertaining and can help us to enjoy ourselves a bit more.

Furthermore, the book also contains some entertaining quotes and stories about some of the most famous people who have ever walked the earth, such as Jack Nicklaus, Donald Trump, and Donald Sutherland, who were known for their ability to adapt and improvise.

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Julia Rose and Lauren Summer were sitting behind home plate during Game 5 between the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals on when they lifted up their tops. 

The moment was caught by Fox cameras during the seventh inning of the Astros’ win, just as Houston pitcher Gerrit Cole was set to face Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman.   

Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole was on the mound during the seventh inning at Nationals Park when the moment was caught on live TV and went viral (pictured) 

Julia Rose and Lauren Summer

Julia Rose and Lauren Summer

Not everyone seated behind home was aware that the two women were exposing themselves

Lauren Summer is one of the two models who was banned indefinitely by MLB on Monday

Lauren Summer is one of the two models who was banned indefinitely by MLB on Monday

Julia Rose is the founder of Shagmag, which describes itself as an 'all you can eat buffet of everything you want to know smushed into a digital magazine'

Julia Rose is the founder of Shagmag, which describes itself as an ‘all you can eat buffet of everything you want to know smushed into a digital magazine’

Kayla Lauren, who attended the game with the models, shared on her Instagram story: 'Just got kicked out of the World Series. In police HQ bathroom still gotta get that birthday selfie.'
Julia Rose and Lauren Summer

Kayla Lauren (far left, near left), who attended the game with the models, shared on her Instagram story: ‘Just got kicked out of the World Series. In police HQ bathroom still gotta get that birthday selfie’

MLB wasted no time sending letters to the two women, telling them they have been banned

MLB wasted no time sending letters to the two women, telling them they have been banned 

It’s not clear if Cole was bothered by two models exposing themselves in his field of vision.  

He did not seem to notice them in the moment, and since Zimmerman called time before he could throw the pitch, it’s impossible to say if Cole was distracted.  

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Zimmerman ultimately drew a walk on six pitches. 

Following the game, MLB sent a letter to Julia Rose and Lauren Summer on Monday morning saying they had violated the fan code of conduct with the stunt and had been banned.

They shared the letter on Twitter from David L. Thomas, the MLB’s Vice President of Security and Ballpark Operations, which read: ‘During the game, you violated the fan code of conduct by exposing yourself during the 7th inning, in order to promote a business.

Nationals Park isn't the only Washington-area tourist attract frequented by Julia Rose

Nationals Park isn’t the only Washington-area tourist attract frequented by Julia Rose 

‘You are hereby banned from all Major League Baseball stadiums and facilities, indefinitely.’  

Kayla Lauren, who attended the game with the models, shared on her Instagram story: ‘Just got kicked out of the World Series. In police HQ bathroom still gotta get that birthday selfie.’

Summer went on to explain on Twitter that she does not regret flashing the cameras because she was promoting Shagmag, which she says donates proceeds to breast cancer charities. 

‘To clarify, yes we knew we would get banned, yes the [banishment] letters are real, and yes, I would do it again lol,’ she wrote on Twitter. ‘More importantly, subscribe to @SHAGMAG_ because the proceeds go directly to women with breast cancer to pay for their medical bills.’

In response to one skeptical Twitter follower, Summer explained: ‘Our proceeds from @SHAGMAG_ will be going to women with breast cancer and paying off their medical bills. Meeting with them in person and doing whatever we can to help with the platform we have.’

Julia Rose is the founder of online magazine Shagmag, while Summer is a brand executive.

They are known for posting a slew of topless photos to their platform.  

Cole and the Astros did not seem to be distracted by the duo’s antics, as they went on to win the game 7-1.

They lead the series 3-2, and are just one game away from winning their second World Series in three years.

Shagmag is a digital magazine that primarily features pictures of Rose and her model friends.  

‘What is SHAGMAG?’ reads a description of the magazine on its website. ‘SHAGMAG is an all you can eat buffet of everything you want to know smushed into a digital magazine. See exclusive and uncensored content of Julia Rose and other up and coming instagram models, find out about the birds and the bees, up and coming masterminds, latest sports stories, and what the actual f*** is going on in the world all in one place.’ 

Summer went on to explain on Twitter that she does not regret flashing the cameras because she was promoting Shagmag, which she says donates proceeds to breast cancer charities

Summer went on to explain on Twitter that she does not regret flashing the cameras because she was promoting Shagmag, which she says donates proceeds to breast cancer charities

Lauren Summer's Instagram page links to her website, which offers readers 'never before seen photos and videos' of herself

Lauren Summer’s Instagram page links to her website, which offers readers ‘never before seen photos and videos’ of herself 



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Rosemary Kennedy 100 years birth childlike innocence unseen letters JFK

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President John F. Kennedy’s oldest sister, Rosemary Kennedy, would have celebrated her 100th birthday on Thursday.

Now, new unseen letters reveal more about how she was a vivacious and kind young woman prior to being left with a severe mental disability after she was forced to undergo a lobotomy aged 23 by her father Joseph P. Kennedy.

Three years prior the surgery, Rosemary was sent by the Kennedy family to Ireland and England for three weeks in 1938 where she was placed in the care of a young Irish woman named Dorothy Smyth.

When Rosemary Kennedy left, she decided to keep in contact with Smyth and wrote letters about her time in Europe.

The tone in her letters to Smyth often were childlike and ‘innocent’, according to Kate Larson, who is the biographer and author of The Hidden Kennedy – a book which discusses in depth about Rosemary’s life along with other Kennedy family members.

‘The letters are important because they reflect Rosemary as much younger, intellectually, than her 20 years and that she had a full life and her family included her,’ Larson told People. ‘They were written before Rosemary’s lobotomy and they reveal the loss more acutely.’

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President John F. Kennedy’s oldest sister, Rosemary Kennedy, would have celebrated her 100th birthday on Thursday.  Rosemary is pictured above center in 1998 being escorted by two women at a facility where she lived in Wisconsin  

President John F. Kennedy’s oldest sister, Rosemary Kennedy, would have celebrated her 100th birthday on Thursday. Rosemary is pictured above center in 1998 being escorted by two women at a facility where she lived in Wisconsin  

New unseen letters now reveal more about Rosemary being a vivacious and kind young woman prior to being left with a severe mental disability after she was forced to undergo a lobotomy aged 23 by her father Joseph P. Kennedy. She is pictured above right as her mother, Rose stands center and her sister Kathleen stands left while they leave their London house to be presented at court 

New unseen letters now reveal more about Rosemary being a vivacious and kind young woman prior to being left with a severe mental disability after she was forced to undergo a lobotomy aged 23 by her father Joseph P. Kennedy. She is pictured above right as her mother, Rose stands center and her sister Kathleen stands left while they leave their London house to be presented at court 

Three years prior the surgery, Rosemary was sent by the Kennedy family to Ireland and England for three weeks in 1938 where she was placed in the care of a young Irish woman named Dorothy Smyth. When Rosemary left, she decided to keep in contact with Smyth and wrote letters about her time in Europe. The tone in her letters to Smyth often were childlike and ‘innocent’, according to Kate Larson, who is the biographer and author of The Hidden Kennedy – a book which discusses in depth about Rosemary’s life along with other Kennedy family members. Rosemary is pictured above right next her sister Eunice in an undated photo

Three years prior the surgery, Rosemary was sent by the Kennedy family to Ireland and England for three weeks in 1938 where she was placed in the care of a young Irish woman named Dorothy Smyth. When Rosemary left, she decided to keep in contact with Smyth and wrote letters about her time in Europe. The tone in her letters to Smyth often were childlike and ‘innocent’, according to Kate Larson, who is the biographer and author of The Hidden Kennedy – a book which discusses in depth about Rosemary’s life along with other Kennedy family members. Rosemary is pictured above right next her sister Eunice in an undated photo

Smyth died in the 1960s, but her family kept the letters for years according to her nephew, Michael Fisher who described the letters to People as holding a ‘childlike innocence’.

‘When you read the letters or look at the pictures of her going to a ball in London in a formal dress when she was introduced to society and then you reflect on her lobotomy,’ Fisher added to People. ‘That is the story of Rosemary.’

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Smyth’s family returned the letters to the Kennedy family in the 1990s.

Larson is delivering a talk and book signing to commemorate Rosemary’s birthday at the John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site in Brookline, Massachusetts today.

It was revealed in Larson’s book that when Rose Kennedy went into labor with Rosemary at the family’s home in Brookline, Massachusetts, only a nurse was present to assist her.

The obstetrician who was called to supervise the delivery was running behind so the nurse forced Rose to keep her legs together and stop pushing. When that failed, the nurse reached into the birth canal and held the infant’s head inside for two hours until the doctor arrived at the family home, according to excerpts from Larson’s book.

It’s suspected that Rosemary was deprived of oxygen and left with possible brain damage as a result of what occurred during the labor process.

While she was growing up, her parents realized that she was developing slowly compared to other children in her age group.

Rose wrote in her 1974 memoir that her daughter Rosemary crawled, stood, walked and spoke her first words late.

As she got older, it was difficult for her to perform simple tasks like writing and she was shier than her siblings.

When she was able to begin school, her mother spoke with experts who labelled her as ‘retarded’ – which was a term wrongly used for years to describe a wide range of mental disabilities.

Her parents worked for years to hide her condition, but as she aged it became harder.

When she was aged 11, Rosemary was sent by her parents to the first of many boarding schools for children with special needs. 

When Rose Kennedy went into labor with Rosemary at the family’s home in Brookline, Massachusetts, only a nurse was present to assist her. The obstetrician who was called to supervise the delivery was running behind so the nurse forced Rose to keep her legs together and stop pushing. When that failed, the nurse reached into the birth canal and held the infant’s head inside for two hours until the doctor arrived at the family home. It’s suspected that Rosemary was deprived of oxygen and left with possible brain damage as a result of what occurred during the labor process. Rose is pictured above with her three young children: Joseph Jr., Rosemary and Jack

Rose wrote in her 1974 memoir that her daughter Rosemary crawled, stood, walked and spoke her first words late. As she got older, it was difficult for her to perform simple tasks like writing and she was shier than her siblings. Pictured Joseph and Rose pose with eight of their children. Front Row (L-to-R), Patricia, Rose and Joseph Kennedy, with baby Edward, Rosemary, Eunice, and Kathleen. The rear row is John, Jeanne, and Robert

 When she was able to begin school, her mother spoke with experts who labelled her as ‘retarded’ – which was a term wrongly used for years to describe a wide range of mental disabilities. Her parents worked for years to hide her condition, but as she aged it became harder. The Kennedy family is pictured above left to right: Edward, Jeane, Robert, Patricia, Eunice, Kathleen, Rosemary, John F. Kennedy, Rose Kennedy and Joseph P. Kennedy

At age 19, her father was appointed the US Ambassador to Great Britain and the family moved to London where she attended a convent school.

It was during this period she began to gain weight, which was not acceptable by her father who wrote to her school about it and said: ‘She is getting all together too fat and I told her in no uncertain terms.’

When she reached her early 20s, Rosemary was deemed unmanageable by her parents since she had grown into a beautiful young woman.

Her father had begun to focus on his sons’ political careers around this period and felt that Rosemary could damage the family’s name if she fell pregnant.

In an effort to gain more control over her, Joseph spoke to his wife about a new experimental brain surgery known as a lobotomy. But upon looking into the procedure, their daughter Kathleen Kennedy said: ‘It’s nothing we want for Rosie’. 

However, Joseph disregarded her advice and went ahead with procedure for Rosemary without telling anyone including his wife.

Rosemary’s nephew, Timothy Shriver, wrote in his 2014 book Fully Alive: Discovering What Matters Most, that the ‘chilling’ procedure involved doctors cutting into the brain while the patient was still conscious and only stopping once the patient could no longer speak.

When she reached her early 20s, Rosemary was deemed unmanageable by her parents since she had grown into a beautiful young woman. Her father had begun to focus on his sons' political careers around this period and felt that Rosemary could damage the family's name if she fell pregnant. In an effort to gain more control over her, Joseph spoke to his wife about a new experimental brain surgery known as a lobotomy. Rose was against it, but Joseph forced Rosemary to undergo the procedure secretly. Rosemary is pictured above center, Eunice is pictured left and Jean is pictured right

When she reached her early 20s, Rosemary was deemed unmanageable by her parents since she had grown into a beautiful young woman. Her father had begun to focus on his sons’ political careers around this period and felt that Rosemary could damage the family’s name if she fell pregnant. In an effort to gain more control over her, Joseph spoke to his wife about a new experimental brain surgery known as a lobotomy. Rose was against it, but Joseph forced Rosemary to undergo the procedure secretly. Rosemary is pictured above center, Eunice is pictured left and Jean is pictured right

After the procedure, Rosemary couldn't speak and 'lost independence for the rest of her life,' according to her nephew. Joseph sent Rosemary away to a facility where she was hidden from her mother and siblings for years until he had a stroke in the 1960s and they discovered the secret of what happened to her. Eventually she was taken out on visits by her family members until her death in 2005. She is pictured above left next to her sister Jean

After the procedure, Rosemary couldn’t speak and ‘lost independence for the rest of her life,’ according to her nephew. Joseph sent Rosemary away to a facility where she was hidden from her mother and siblings for years until he had a stroke in the 1960s and they discovered the secret of what happened to her. Eventually she was taken out on visits by her family members until her death in 2005. She is pictured above left next to her sister Jean

He wrote: ‘The outcome, in Rosemary’s case, was devastating.’

Her mobility was damaged, she couldn’t speak and ‘she lost her independence for the rest of her life,’ Shriver wrote.

Rose later claimed that her husband, who refused to visit Rosemary after the procedure due to his guilt, did not reveal that she underwent a lobotomy for 20 years.

‘The code of secrecy kicked in and Rosemary disappeared,’ Shriver wrote.

The Kennedy family traveled to Wisconsin to visit Rosemary for the first time in 1961 after Joseph suffered a stroke.

Rosemary Kennedy was being escorted by two nuns and broke away into a sprint to lunge at her mother and screamed at her. Her siblings also reportedly didn’t know what happened to her and thought she worked as a teacher and lived in the Midwest until that visit.

Her siblings visited her often and she was occasionally taken on visits out of the facility.

She died on January 7, 2005– the first of Joseph and Rose Kennedy’s children to die from natural causes.  

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Plastic surgeons have refused to operate on a woman who is determined to transform herself into a sex doll. Alicia Amira, 27, from Copenhagen, Denmark says she wants to look like a ‘f*** doll’ with the help of cosmetic procedures.

The model appeared on Botched on Thursday night to ask the show’s doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif to fix her ruined breast implants. 

Alicia Amira, 27, from Copenhagen, Denmark says she wants more plastic surgery to look like a ‘f*** doll’ – but surgeons on Botched refused

The blonde had a botched breast augmentation that left her with infected boobs, and now has one hard breast -Alicia Amira

The blonde had a botched breast augmentation that left her with infected boobs, and now has one hard breast

The doctors told her she would have to reduce her size 650CC boobs so they could be repaired but she refused to have a smaller bust.

Alicia then asked for a Brazilian butt lift and rib removal to give her a smaller waist, but, again, the doctors implored her to change her mind as these surgeries cold put her life at risk. 

She has already the started the process of ‘bimbofication’ by having breast implants, Botox and fillers in her cheeks, nose and lips.

Alicia bought her tattooed boyfriend Roblake – who has the words ‘made it’ inked on his face – along to the consultation with doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif. 

She said: ‘I told him right from the beginning that I was very fascinated with big boobs and long blond hair and everything like that and he was like: “Alright”.  

Alicia Amira

 Amira quit her job as a PR to become a full-time 'living doll' by having plastic surgeries to look like Barbie

Alicia Amira quit her job as a PR to become a full-time ‘living doll’ by having plastic surgeries to look like Barbie

Botched doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif refused to change her boobs unless she went down to a smaller cup size

Botched doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif refused to change her boobs unless she went down to a smaller cup size

‘I was like really, really goth when I met him. I just started one year ago to transform myself. It’s called bimbofication. I don’t want to be an airhead but basically what it is, is to look like a male fantasy. 

‘I want to look like a f*** doll but I don’t want to be a f*** doll. I know that is very contradictory but I feel like my body is a form of art.’  

Last year Alicia enlarged her breasts from ‘nothing’ to 650CCs but these got infected, which hardened her right breast.

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In the consultation room, Dr Dubrow explained she had grade 3 capsular contraction – something he could only fix if she got smaller implants. 

But Alicia refused to go smaller – and then she revealed she’s not even close to being finished yet.  

When Amira was 25, she saved around £3,500 so she could have breast implants to increase her boobs from a D cup to a J cup

When she was 25, she saved around £3,500 so she could have breast implants to increase her boobs from a D cup to a J cup

 Amira is planning to have a Brazilian butt lift and rib removal to give her a smaller waist next

Alicia Amira is planning to have a Brazilian butt lift and rib removal to give her a smaller waist next

She said: ‘I want a Brazilian butt lift and rib removal as well to [make the waist smaller]. I’d like an internal corset to always make the waistline slim and bigger boobs.

‘At one point I even thought about sewing my fingers together because that would create a doll hand.’ 

The doctors looked horrified and told Alicia those procedures were all ‘very dangerous to do’ and she could end up putting her life at risk if she went ahead. 

Dr Dubrow added: ‘You’re an intelligent girl, make good intelligent decisions.’

Undeterred, she said she was ‘sad’ the doctors had refused her requests but said she would get the procedures done elsewhere. 

Alicia Amira quit her job in PR to become one of the full-time ‘living dolls’, a group of plastic surgery addicts who drastically transform their looks so they can look like Barbie and Ken dolls. 

Alicia's boyfriend appeared on Botched with her and is happy with her transformation

Alicia’s boyfriend appeared on Botched with her and is happy with her transformation

She previously said: ‘I’ve always been attracted to the extreme and wanted to look like a bimbo.

‘Some people think I’m mad but I don’t regret having the surgery. In fact I’d like my breasts to be even bigger in future.

‘I want to look as plastic as possible and inspire other girls to do the same.’

When she was 25, she saved around £3,500 so she could have breast implants to increase her boobs from a D cup to a J cup – despite being 5ft 6in and a tiny size 8.

She says she doesn’t want to go under general anesthetic too many times so is planning to have multiple procedures done at once.

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