Donald boatright dating blog
Last night I dreamed I had a date with Donald Trump.
We were in the Trump International Hotel and Tower® in Chicago, in a ballroom that looks out over the river.
Until recently, my program directors had always made clear I wasn’t hired to teach—although I did teach, except for the year they owed me for the Guggenheim—I was hired because of my big work and big name.
Northwestern was so happy with my work they regularly featured it.
When a black-and-white snapshot of herself and the former Celebrity Apprentice host at a charity event flashed across the screen, Shields pretended to gag and stuck out her tongue.
“I can’t even speak,” she joked before recounting the story.
In fact, I now know they did this more times than I ever realized, because they never bothered to tell me they were getting calls from transgender activists and people upset with my work on prenatal dexamethasone.
“He said, ‘I really think we should date because you’re America’s sweetheart and I’m America’s richest man and people would love it,” Shields, 52, recalled on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Tuesday, October 3.
The Suddenly Susan alum claimed that Trump, 71, called her “right after” he divorced his second wife, Marla Maples, in 1999.
In the dream, as in real life, I had two choices: take money from this guy, or walk.
In the dream, as in real life, I knew that if I walked, I would still have a Guggenheim Fellowship to my name (represented by the dress).