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Hail To The Chief: President Trump's Legacy Began With Sports Long Before Politics

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 20 / 17

President Trump took the oath of office on Friday, but "long before there was politics, there was sports," according to ESPN's Chris Connelly. After Trump entered the "family real estate business, Trump would ever after be drawn to sports’ strong personalities." In the '70s an "eager, younger ...

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