By Barnard Law Collier
Over the years, nobody has written more clearly about who and what Donald Trump really was and is than Jimmy Breslin. A glimpse from the New York Daily News:
Jimmy Breslin took a look at one of New York’s biggest characters, Donald Trump, and saw a chump.
One of Breslin’s earliest mentions of Trump avoided even using the name that would soon be screamed from front pages and skyscrapers worldwide.
In a 1982 Daily News column, Breslin brushed past “a young builder named Junior with a Big Ego,” who had recently made a famous but fruitless bid to buy the newspaper.