Tina Brown Tingled For Trump

This story is hilarious. I thought I could love Trump only so much, but clearly there’s room for more love.

In a wide-ranging interview, Brown talks about some of the highlights of her nearly 40 years at the top of the magazine world – including the decision to put the famous image of a pregnant and nude Demi Moore on the cover of Vanity Fair – as well as her recipe for success, her marriage to Sir Harold Evans, her book The Vanity Fair Diaries and her interaction with Donald Trump when he was just gossip page fodder in New York.

“Donald Trump always came on the line with a gag, and in a funny way it did win him the hearts of the press, I think,” Brown tells Dokoupil. “I found him very beguiling actually. He had a kind of freshness and bravado that made me laugh. But then he got less and less entertaining.”

It changed, she says, because “the desire for publicity made him so impossible to deal with. One of our best writers did a piece on him, and she noted in the piece that he had Hitler’s speeches in his office. And he went absolutely ballistic.”

HELLO. Will The Right Stuff jump back on the Trump Train?

Btw, Mein Kampf does have a lot of astute psychological insights.

A few months later, the future president got his revenge at a party by dumping wine down the back of the writer’s dress, she says.

Wine Game >>> Whine Game.


  1. on November 9, 2017 at 1:28 pm everlastingphelps

    She’s lying. Trump doesn’t drink.

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  3. on November 9, 2017 at 1:31 pm Captain Obvious

    I can barely even remember That America.

    When you could just be yourself and have a fun time.

    Pouring wine down b!tch’s dresses and sh!t.

    How did The Frankfurt School destroy us so quickly? So abruptly?

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    • on November 9, 2017 at 1:35 pm Captain Obvious

      Arguably Roy Moore, as a single man, [hypothetically] hitting on the Crimson Tide jailbait, down there in ‘Bama, would have been part & parcel of roughly the same era.

      The God Emperor was born in 1946. Roy Moore was born in 1947.


      • on November 9, 2017 at 1:37 pm Captain Obvious


      • RE: Stillman,

        THE LAST DAYS OF DISCO: Personal favorite, and probably the best intro to Stillman’s work.

        BARCELONA: Fun portrait of Americans in early ’80s Spain.

        METROPOLITAN: First film and very cheaply made. Still, the dialogue is quite good, and Stillman makes a solid argument in favor of the virtues of traditional morality and reading Jane Austen.

        DAMSELS IN DISTRESS:Some people can’t get past the arch dialogue, but I found it quite charming. Possibly Stillman’s most conservative film; Greta Gerwig’s character even delivers a Burkean speech lauding the importance of cliches and hackneyed expressions. Learning such things in youth is crucial, as they put us in contact with the accumulated wisdom of the ages:

        “I love cliches and hackneyed expressions of every kind. Do you know why? Because they’re largely true: The hundreds, perhaps thousands of such cliches and hackneyed expressions our language has bequeathed to us are, in fact, a treasure-trove of human insight and understanding.”

        —Violet in Whit Stillman’s Damsels in Distress


    • on November 9, 2017 at 3:46 pm Marcus Aurelius

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    • “How did The Frankfurt School destroy us so quickly? So abruptly?”

      One of life’s great mysteries. Just think what America (any Western country) was like 50 years ago and compare it to now. Like two different civilizations. In previous times such profound societal change took many centuries to play out.


      • on November 10, 2017 at 1:30 pm Les Saunders, Protestant

        My late grandfather always said the Bretton Woods conference in 1947 was the launch of the New World Order.

        He had reams of documents in the house on that, the Jews, and related topics. Now that my grandmother’s passed on and I need to go home and sort through all the belongings, I might as well pack them with me when I pick up the china and silverware.


  4. “A few months later, the future president got his revenge at a party by dumping wine down the back of the writer’s dress, she says.”



  5. I believe the word you’re looking for is HENLO …


  6. “Btw, Mein Kampf does have a lot of astute psychological insights.”

    The sections where he discusses propaganda are well worth reading.


    • on November 9, 2017 at 4:36 pm Marcus Aurelius

      David Irving hasn’t read it because he believes it was tampered with. Hitler’s Second Book, on the other hand, he recommends. I will be reading it after I finish Rosenberg’s book.


      • on November 9, 2017 at 6:48 pm Vagina dominator

        Yes, you would have to get a very early copy to find it not tampered with. (((They))) always like to split Europe by saying that he regarded Slavs as subhumans and blah blah blah but for me that doesn’t fit in with the polite way he usually talked about other races and religions (as long as they are separate from us).

        So the text is too untrustworthy to read it straight nowadays.

        Still, it has some excellent passages on the Jews.


      • The Manheim version is regarded as the best with the people who know.
        Table Talk is not bad..how authentic is hard to know but just reading about their conversations about empire and saint Paul etc is fascinating.
        The Big Lie theory makes me laugh. In MK AH says this is a technique (((they))) use but today it’s passed off as a technique the nahzees wanted to use on their own people! Blatant lie.
        On MK AH exposes (((them))) and democracy.
        He also says “let the good bodies find each other”.

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      • True about the Big Lie technique. Almost everybody thinks it was devised by Goebbels to fool the public but of course he was referring to it as the technique (((they))) deploy with such great effect against the goyim.


  7. “To mask his tactics and fool his victims, he talks of the equality of all men, no matter what their race or colour may be. And the simpletons begin to believe him.

    Culturally his activity consists in bowdlerizing art, literature and the theatre, holding the expressions of national sentiment up to scorn, overturning all concepts of the sublime and beautiful, the worthy and the good, finally dragging the people to the level of his own low mentality.
    Politically he works to withdraw from the State its means of susbsistence, inasmuch as he undermines the foundations of national resistance and defence, destroys the confidence which the people have in their Government, reviles the past and its history and drags everything national down into the gutter.
    Of religion he makes a mockery.
    Morality and decency are described as antiquated prejudices and thus a systematic attack is made to undermine those last foundations on which the national being must rest if the nation is to struggle for its existence in this world.

    In North America, where the population is prevalently Teutonic, and where those elements intermingled with the inferior race only to a very small degree, we have a quality of mankind and a civilization which are different from those of Central and South America.
    In these latter countries the immigrants – who mainly belonged to the Latin races – mated with the aborigines, sometimes to a very large extent indeed. In this case we have a clear and decisive example of the effect produced by the mixture of races.
    But in North America the Teutonic element, which has kept its racial stock pure and did not mix it with any other racial stock, has come to dominate the American Continent and will remain master of it as long as that element does not fall a victim to the habit of adulterating its blood.”

    — Hitler, Mein Kampf


  8. on November 9, 2017 at 10:30 pm The Philosopher

    Interesting reading readers comments to your endorsement of Trump. I was the same actually. I thought he was a buffoon, but as I heard him talking I quickly realised he was the only non-buffoon limp wristed jew servant running in the Repub primary. Looking back, maybe he was dog whistling by repeatedly saying he wasn’t controlled by the “donors”. He must have meant it they way I would see it now.


    • on November 9, 2017 at 10:31 pm The Philosopher

      There is no doubt, the “donors” responded to him as if he meant what I think he was implying.


    • Whenever I have doubts about him I just remind myself of those who hate him. If you’re loathed and feared by the worst people you’re obviously a good guy.


  9. on November 9, 2017 at 10:32 pm The Philosopher

    I was with Trump very early. The first speech where he mentioned how mexico sends their worst and their rapists, he had me. I actually thought that was the one part of the speech that really appealed to me. The rest about the iran deal and obamacare was something Paul Ryan could say while a mossad agent pointed a sniper rifle at him.

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  10. Yeah that’s what got me on his side and seeing how he handled the aftermath.

    The National Rearview actually had an article today that made some sense.


    I wonder how it got past the baby boomer cucks.


  11. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/07/24/michael-moore-trump-is-going-to-win-the-election/

    I have a strong conviction that the “shy Trump supporter” phenomenon ‘s much bigger than thought.

    Go read Michael Moore text, of july 2016, saying how and why Trump was going to win

    If you have any clue about human psichology, it is quite obvious the inner war inside Michael Moore, how money and society demand thta he hates the Restitutor Orbis, and how the depths of his heart beat for the God Emperor

    I bet many more people are like him, and the crazy examples of Trump derangement syndrom reflect that, the inner Omaha Beach going inside so many people who didnt’vote for Trump