Donald Trump, Jr., from his new book “Triggered” regarding his comparisons between the Communist Czechoslovakia homeland of his maternal grandparents (where he regularly visited in the 80s) and the United States:
“Soon I began to see the dichotomy between the two countries. I could sense that there was something underneath all those tall buildings and twinkling lights in Manhattan that was absent in the Soviet Union. The engine that made it all run. Later, I would learn that the engine was called the market and the missing piece was called capitalism.”
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