Trump tells the story of being dragged by the nose to join Fred on his rounds collecting rents."We'd go on jobs where you needed tough guys to knock on doors," he says.

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But in this, as in much of what Trump says, it's more about the broad strokes than the details.) week or so earlier, I'd been summoned to Trump's office at his glitter-bomb cathedral, Trump Tower.

Polished and restrained where their father is flamboyant, they've nonetheless paid him the highest praise by enlisting in the family trade.

No less telling, none of them are train wrecks like so many children of billionaires.

Fred's Though Fred lived and died a very rich man, he made his kids work like peasants.

The three boys spent summers pulling weeds and pouring cement, learning the building trade from the subfloor up, while the two girls toiled in his real estate office in the bowels of Coney Island.Him, two hours at the beach with us on Sundays, and he was back to work."Fred was among the first of the great wartime developers to figure out the import of Federal Housing Authority programs, vast new pots of government loans to build housing for the working- and middle-class.Trump doesn't volunteer that much of the family fortune derived from taxpayer funds, or that his father was a master manipulator of the Democratic machine in Brooklyn.An indifferent student who was "mouthing off to everybody" and carrying around a switchblade in his pocket, he was yanked out of prep school by his disappointed parents and sent to the New York Military Academy upstate. America and the world revolved around him," says Col.Ted Dobias, his former instructor and baseball coach, a barrel-chested man who's now nearing 90 but whose memory is diamond-drill sharp."We grew up with a lot of those kids and know them well," says Don Jr.