Who knew? Apparently, Donald Trump is a fan of a showtune. According to a preview of Former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham’s book, “I’ll Take Your Questions Now,” obtained by The New York Times, while in the White House, the former president would listen to songs from musicals to cool his temper.
The tell-all claims that Donald’s team put in place a White House official whose job it was to play Donald’s choice of songs for him, which apparently included the iconic “Cats” hit, “Memory.” The outlet claimed that hearing the soaring ballad would “pull [Donald] from the brink of rage.”
As for who the mystery man was with the unique occupation? The site claimed the “Music Man” was allegedly Grisham’s former boyfriend, Max Miller, though his name was not confirmed by the author.
Ivanka Trump’s dad previously opened up about his musical tastes in his 2004 book, “Think Like a Billionaire.” “There’s so much great music. For me, I’d have to say it’s a toss up between Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, and Elton John. I never get tired of listening to them and probably never will… Any album by any of them is bound to be fantastic,” he shared.
We’re not so sure if Donald is still such a fan of Elton John’s now, seeing as the British musician turned down the opportunity to perform at his inauguration and all…