The school, she wrote in her book, was harder to convince, but she used the fact that 'they'd granted similar leave to a student who was training to be an Olympic skier, so I used precedent to my advantage and got what I wanted.'" Ivanka quickly made a name for herself after signing with Elite Model Management.She landed several covers, along with a Tommy Hilfiger campaign, but she ultimately decided the industry wasn't for her.“And charity gets a lot.”During the 2016 presidential campaign, Stern refused to re-air any of his conversations with the Republican nominee.“I feel Donald Trump did the show in an effort to be entertaining and have fun with us, and I feel like it would be a betrayal to any of our guests if I sat there and played them now where people are attacking him,” Stern said on his Sirius XM show.exclusively obtained the full audio and transcripts of all 15 hours of Trump talking to Stern, from 1993 to August 25, 2015.
“Well, you know, in the old days I would not have minded answering that question, but today I'll take a pass,” he said.
“She said, 'Oh my God—'”The two then turned to how much money Trump was going to leave his growing brood.
(Barron was not yet born.) “I’m going to give them Trump Online University,” he said.
Taken together, the Stern interviews are a rich, Freudian case study, a gold mine for anyone trying to understand the president of the United States. She did go on the billboards, and I got it for the right price. Stern then asks if Trump makes the models he dates (many of whom they had rated together) take AIDS tests.
The real estate magnate usually called in when he had something to hawk—a book, a prizefight, his TV show—but almost always stayed around to banter with Stern, whose preoccupation with sex and unctuous questioning style led the real estate magnate to free-associate on everything from his parents, children and upbringing to money, enemies, politics and, of course, breasts, enhanced or not. Trump: Well, I let her do advertising down there because I got her for the right price, Howard [referring to Melania on a New York City billboard ad]. Stern: And she's not a—she's not a pain in the ass, like Ivana? Stern and Trump also discussed Trump's various prenuptial agreements. Trump: I own 25 percent of Goodyear Tire and Rubber. There you go, there's something interesting you don't hear every day on TV.