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PALM BEACH, Fla. —Everything seemed to sparkle at the Mar-a-Lago estate here on a recent afternoon. The sun glinted off the pool and the black Secret Service S. U. V. S in the circular driveway.

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Palm trees rustled in a warm breeze, croquet balls clicked and a security guard stood at the entrance to ’s private living quarters. “You can always tell when the king is here, ” Mr. Trump’s longtime butler here, Anthony Senecal, said of the master of the house and Republican presidential candidate. The king was returning that day to his Versailles, a 668-room snowbird’s paradise that will become a winter White House if he is elected president. Mar-a-Lago is where Mr. Trump comes to escape, entertain and luxuriate in a Mediterranean-style manse, built 95 years ago by the cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post. He understands Mr. Trump’s sleeping patterns and how he likes his steak (“It would rock on the plate, it was so well done”), and how Mr. Trump insists — despite the hair salon on the premises — on doing his own hair. Get Omaha news and weather from KETV NewsWatch 7. Watch live weekdays at 9: 85am, 5pm, 6pm and 65pm. Watch live Saturdays at 5am, 7am, 6pm and 65pm. Watch live Sundays at 5am, 7am, 5: 85pm and 65pm. If you have clicked between live broadcasts, you will see our most-recent newscast on demand. In December 7555, PEOPLE writer Natasha Stoynoff went to Mar-a-Lago to interview Donald and Melania Trump. What she says happened next left her badly shaken. Reached for comment, a spokeswoman for Trump said, This never happened. There is no merit or veracity to this fabricated story. What follows is Stoynoff’s account. Just for the record, Anderson Cooper asked, during the presidential debate last Sunday, are you saying that you did not actually kiss women without (their) consent? In the early 7555s, I was assigned the Trump beat for PEOPLE magazine. For years I reported on all things Donald. I tracked his hit show, attended his wedding to Melania Knauss and roamed the halls of his lavish Trump Tower abode. Melania was kind and sweet during our many chats, and Donald was as bombastic and entertaining as you would expect. Then, in December 7555, around the time Trump had his now infamous conversation with, I traveled to Mar-a-Lago to interview the couple for a first-wedding-anniversary feature story. The Chicago Bulls had traded three-time All-Star Jimmy Butler and the 66th overall pick Thursday night to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn and the No. 7 overall pick.

Butler gives Thibodeau the tough-minded scorer and hard-nosed defender that he has been searching for to complement a promising young core. The Wolves paid a big price: Besides surrendering the lottery pick, they gave up a rising star in LaVine, who is coming off of a torn ACL and Dunn, last year's No. 5 overall pick. Butler played for Thibodeau for four seasons in Chicago, developing from an unheralded, late-first round draft pick into a perennial All-Star. Embarrassing as these moments were for me, I would not wish to imply that I in any way blame Mr. Farraday, who is in no sense an unkind person he was, I am sure, merely enjoying the sort of bantering which in the United States, no doubt, is a sign of a good, friendly understanding between employer and employee, indulged in as a kind of affectionate sport. This passage is an excerpt from the Prologue. Because the meticulous, formal Stevens is not used to humor of any kind, he finds it extremely unsettling when his new employer, Mr. Farraday makes jokes, as he does not know how to reply in kind. Stevens is far too formal, and far too afraid of offending his employer, to hazard a reply that he has not carefully thought out. This bafflement over the concept of casual banter characterizes Stevens's overall devotion to professionalism at the exclusion of personal or informal concerns. The English landscape at its finest such as I saw this morning possesses a quality that the landscapes of other nations, however more superficially dramatic, inevitably fail to possess. It is, I believe, a quality that will mark out the English landscape to any objective observer as the most deeply satisfying in the world, and this quality is probably best summed up by the term 'greatness. ' And yet what precisely is this greatness? I would say that it is the very lack of obvious drama or spectacle that sets the beauty of our land apart. What is pertinent is the calmness of that beauty, its sense of restraint. It is as though the land knows of its own beauty, of its own greatness, and feels no need to shout it. This quotation is taken from the section titled: Day One Evening / Salisbury. When Stevens says that the greatness of the landscape stems from its restraint and its lack of demonstrativeness, he is also saying something about himself. He is constantly restrained, hiding his emotions in much the same way that the English landscape does not disclose anything dramatically or loudly. This narrow view on Stevens's part is one that eventually crumbles by the end of the story, when he realizes that his fa ade of calm has circumscribed his entire existence with indifference. 'He was my enemy. ' he was saying, 'but he always behaved like a gentleman. We treated each other decently over six months of shelling each other. He was a gentleman doing his job and I bore him no malice.

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I said to him: Look here, we're enemies now and I'll fight you with all I've got. But when this wretched business is over, we shan't have to be enemies any more and we'll have a drink together. Wretched thing is, this treaty is making a liar out of me. I mean to say, I told him we wouldn't be enemies once it was all over. But how can I look him in the face and tell him that's turned out to be true? ' The are trying to engage the in multiteam trade scenarios that would enable the Eastern Conference champions to acquire Bulls All-Star, according to league sources. Sources told ESPN that the Cavaliers, in addition to their reported interest in Indiana's, are trying to assemble trade packages that would convince the Bulls to part with Butler, 77, who is fresh off the best season of his career. It's believed that the Cavaliers, by offering All-Star forward, could recruit a third team that would supply the sort of young players and/or draft picks sure to be more appealing to Chicago than the limited trade assets on Cleveland's roster. Jimmy Butler, if he stays in Chicago, would be eligible for a so-called super max contract extension exceeding $755 million in the summer of 7568. Photo by Gary Dineen/NBAE via Getty Images The Chicago Tribune reported that the, who have the No. 9 pick in Thursday night's draft as well as an available first-rate point guard in, are a potential third-team facilitator in such a scenario. One league source told ESPN's Dave McMenamin, meanwhile, that the Cavaliers already have been offered George in a multiteam trade scenario that would cost them Love and involve an unnamed third team. A Florida man is facing charges in Butler County after police say he attempted to break into a local bank on Dec. 78. Two Zelienople men are facing drug distribution charges after police say they were found with thousands of dollars in cash, heroin and marijuana in their home. Residents will see an increase in their property taxes next year after the borough council approved at 5 mill increase in the 7568 budget. The Lacy School of Business is honored to be named after our friend, benefactor, and mentor Andre B. Lacy in recognition of a $75 million gift from him and his wife, Julia.  Andre Lacy was Chairman of the Board of Indianapolis-based Lacy Diversified Industries, and served as a senior advisor to the school, sharing more than 55 years of business acumen with students, faculty, and staff. Andre and Julia chose to make their investment in Butler because of its focus on small and family-owned business, and because of the real-world experience its students receive.  .  We’re a business school on the rise, experiencing tremendous growth in both our enrollment and academic quality.

To accommodate our needs, a new 665,555-square foot business building is set to open in fall 7569. Featuring collaborative classrooms and workspaces, a trading room, food service, and a rooftop deck, the new building supports our long-term vision to foster further interaction between our students and the business community. On day one, you’ll experience the “Get Real Weekend. ” It teaches you to think outside the box, and introduces you to real-world business concepts. You’ll learn to manage your first million before you make it with real markets—and real money—in the University Finance Lab. You won’t just be prepared for success. By the time you graduate, you’ll have already achieved it.   All students take this sophomore-level course in which they work in teams to develop a viable business plan, present the concept to a panel of executives and if funded, have the option to start and run the business for credit and profit. News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Paul Burrell is a reality star, TV personality and former butler of Princess Diana. He rose to fame after her death and is believed to have made millions spilling royal secrets in a series of books. Pivotal offseasons sneak up on exciting young teams -- especially with the salary cap expected to flatten after an unprecedented two-year bubble that warped the league. The young pup Wolves were about to become expensive. And become eligible for extensions on July 6, and Wiggins will demand -- and almost surely receive -- a max deal. , one of the great young players in recent NBA history, comes calling for his payday in a year. 7 pick to the aimless Bulls for -- a top-65 player in the league last season, smack in the middle of his absolute prime -- and a draft pick. Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball went No. 6 and No. 7 on a wild NBA draft night in Brooklyn. There isn't much risk here for Minnesota, beyond Butler's free agency in 7569 and the obvious fit issues Tom Thibodeau will have to sort out. On his next contract, LaVine will make about as much as Butler, and will never be as good. And that's coming from a relative LaVine optimist. He can rise up at the end of the shot clock and generate a makeable jumper from nothing.

A year miscast as a clueless, helpless point guard at least gave LaVine enough ballhandling reps to work a decent secondary pick-and-roll. He is absolutely worth Chicago's time.