Trump talks often about turning the cameras, accusing cameramen of refusing to show the size of his crowds.
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Donald Trump had come to a run-down New York City apartment on a fall day in 2003 to tape a scene for his then-new reality television show, "The Apprentice".Those involved in "The Apprentice" said Trump the candidate is not all that different from the contestants on the dog-eat-dog elimination game show, where 14 people engaged in a series of business-related challenges to win a job at Trump's real estate company.Pruitt said he had seen Trump evolve on the show, honing his ability to get candidates to turn on one another, one of the hallmarks of the show.Boardroom scenes found Trump seated at the head of a long polished wood table, criticizing contestants' work. Contestants worked in teams, so Trump's questions were often about which team member was to blame for mistakes.During one boardroom scene in Season 3, Trump listened as members of a team described their roles in a failed project.She has remained a public figure and has endorsed Trump for president. In praising her combativeness at a rally last month, Trump could have been describing himself.
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