People walk by the Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan on December 8, 2015 in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP
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What President-elect Donald Trump calls home is a cavernous building in midtown Manhattan which is decked out with marble floors, goldleaf furniture and finishes, crystal chandeliers and Greek columns.In a rare inside look into the billionaire real estate magnate's opulent Trump Tower, which has panoramic views of the Big Apple and Central Park, he chats with celebrity entertainment news outlet TMZ founder Harvey Levin about his family, his passion for sports and his success.The hour-long special, entitled "OBJECTified: Donald Trump," was aired late Friday on Fox News.Since his election, Trump has only given one interview, to CBS's "60 Minutes". Trump's tower is of a gawdy opulence of a different sort than the stately chateau and its expansive gardens that French kings once called home.
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