Donald Trump’s personal favorite goat tale has been passed around the world, but the goat story isn’t one you hear on TV anymore.
It’s one of the stories in Donald Trump Jr.’s book, The Art of the Deal, published last month.
It was written as a way to get into Trump’s inner circle, and it’s also one of his favorites.
Trump Jr. told the story to the New York Times in an interview published Sunday.
He wrote that he would give the story out to the “top” people in the campaign, and that if it went viral, it could become a hit story.
Trump said in the interview that he thought the story was “good” and would consider giving it out if it was popular.
When Trump Jr., the son of the Republican presidential nominee, wrote the book in the summer of 2016, he said it was the best book he had written.
“It’s the best I’ve written, probably, and I’m not going to write anything else,” Trump Jr told the Times in 2016.
He told the paper he had “a lot of good stories” and that he felt that he had gotten a “huge amount out of it.”
Trump Jr wrote the story in the middle of a series of meetings between Trump and Russian officials that he said were about adoption and the Magnitsky Act, which banned the sale of Russian adoptions to Americans.
He said he and his lawyer Rob Goldstone, who arranged the meeting, discussed how to set up the meeting.
Trump Jr. also wrote that there were “multiple sets of emails” between Trump Jr and Goldstone and that the emails included information that would help the campaign.
The book says that Goldstone was a “major figure” in the Trump campaign, including “helping organize the June 2016 meeting between Trump, Jr., Paul Manafort and Jared Kushner, who had a Russian lawyer working on their behalf.”
Goldstone was also the owner of a New York real estate development company that was purchased by the Trump Organization for $10 million.
Trump called him “one of the top people in New York politics” and “one-of-a-kind.”
S book has been widely discussed and praised on social media, with some calling it “an absolute must-read.”
But Trump Jr is a different person now than he was back in 2016, when he was “a flamboyant, arrogant and unapologetic Trump booster,” according to the Atlantic.
He had previously spoken at a conservative conference and had recently been in a car crash that required him to spend six days in a hospital.
In 2017, Trump Jr said he did not recall writing the book.
“I’m not sure I had a lot of interest in writing it,” Trump told ABC News.
Trump has denied that he wrote the email chain, calling it a “fictional” story that was told to him by his son.
“My son has not written a single word,” Trump said.
“It’s a fiction.
I’m a liar.
It never happened.”