Trump's Best May 5, 2011
If you've watched Apprentice, seen his Roast, or know anything about Donald Trump, you know he likes being on the top. This book was written after the markets crumbled in the late 80s and early 90s, leaving many high-riders of the Reagan era broke and left by the side of the road.
Trump takes great pride in pointing out that the crumbling markets never beat him, noting that at one point he was humbled as he pointed out that a homeless man was a billion dollars richer than he.
Inspirational, funny, and clearly triumphant, this book is enjoyable if you enjoy The Donald's style: Brash, bold, and confident.