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December 12.

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The iionorable William J. Stern

Commiuioner

New York State Urban Development

Corporation

1515 Broadway

New York, N. V.10036

Dear Commissioner. Stern:


As per our conversations and meetings. please let this letter
serve to represent that The Trump Organization Is willing to under
take the development and management of a world class 85,000 seat
sports stadium, preferably domed, lotated on the site .previously
deslgneted by the Sportsplex Corporetlon(or anothe~ appropriate
loc:atlon} based on the following:
1. The fand, a~ hydrologically improved, will be given to the

entity of ownership with I,ltllities of proper size brought to site.

2. Any and aU roadways leading to the site, Including entrance

and exit ramps, will be improved. built and tocated In such a

manner. as to adequately service the new stadium facility.

3. Exlsth;g SUbway stations will be functionally and aesthetically


. uPflll"aded to hendle the system ridership .
Ii. Existing UDC sales tax exemption on construction will be

utilIzed In order to reduce construetfon cost of the facility. As

Is customary with ell stadia throughout the United States, no

rINI estate texes will be paid.


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5.

All funds nseessary for the construction of the facility are to

be funded by Trump.

6. SlNts to be at lest partlll"Y sold ane! marketed on II ~


,

OCOptll"!ltiv. and/or @ndomlnium buls. Tho owner of .ltCh sold

. .t !hlJll hllve the rillJot t9 pUl"C~


~, ~ @~y !'lV!f!t. If

perUcu'al" seat owner cllo?sos ."ft9 . .. IPr,t'? Pey fP't a

certaIn event. the 5_t wllf become .",


to the put:?!~~.

My offer Is lit?

Cfty 4?r 'State. All '1.

12-12-64 17:14 T-N Y S JRBAN DEV aeel

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The Honorable

Wltl'-' J. Starn

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December 12. 198,.

by me and those people lind companies who will pur,chase seats

and loges. The building will be world class and built on time

and on budget. The City or State will not suf.fer the cost or

embarrassment of cost overruns.

New York City is desperateJylnnaedof II great Sports


Facllfty to compete with the New Jersey Sports Complex lind all
other such raeilltlesthroughout the United States. New Jersey
Is now proposing to build a baseball stadium and. based on the
recent past. It will be built while New York sits Idly by. only
spending Its time. money and energies arguing why. where and
whether a great stadium would be built. It is no longer acceptable
to say "we are New York and everything will be all right"
(New Jersey hes aggressively seen to that).
his letter

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,000 seat
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. If we begin building iii stadium. it Is my strong opinion that


In edditlon to a USFl team (whose New York rights i own), an
NFL team will commit sometime prior to the completion of construc
tion. No such team will ever consider Shea Stadium:.. there Is just
too muc:h quaUty competition in the form of .tadla and geographic
location throughout the country.
I am willing to undertake this project, Including all of Its
Someone must get New York City and Stale back into the
competitive world of sports with all of the economic and, .equally
Important. psychological benefits. As you are' aware, eight years
ago I offered to build the Convention Center on the site of the
34th Street rallyards which I cOntrolled. .If the State and City
had ~grHd, New York City would have had a larger Center opened
for 2-1/2 years at one-third the cost. It would have been of a far
superior design with Its main entrance fronting on and overlooking
the Hudson River rather than the very unattractive 11th Avenue
antr.nee (a deed concrete wall currently faces the river). .The
Convention Center was a great opportunity lost. Eight years
later fln offer for an even larger and more complex f'llIcility Is
before the City and State.
risks.

I will appreciate your consideration.

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and

DONALD J. TRUMP

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Dear Mario:
New York City will finally come out
a winner in the football wars.
Keep up the great work!
I ,lOOk forward to .seeing you. With
best wishes. I am
Sincerely.

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The Honorable Mario Cuomo

Governor of the State of

New York

Campaign Headquarters

2 World Trade Center

New York. N. Y.

100117

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Mr. Tony Papa


250

Broadway

Jew York, New York

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10007

5 Evelyn
Ms. Evelyn Roth
18 Melody Lane
Westbury ,New York 11590

RA'MEI!

10 Fran
Mrs. Frances T. Passantino
6355 83~d Street
Flushing, New York 11376

9 Ronald
Ronald G. Russo, Esq.
Russo, Silverman & Vitaliano
140 Cedar Street
New York, Jew York 10006

7 Rudy
Honorable Rudy Perpich
Governor of Minnesota
State Capitol
St. Paul, Minnesota 55155

16 Carl
Mr. Carl Sagan
Center for Radiophysics and
Space Research
Space Sciences Building
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853-0355

23 Fran
Honorable Francis J. Pordum
Assembley Chamber
State Capitol
Albany, New York 12248

24 Harie
Hs. Marie Tamby
133-49 126th Street
South Ozone Park, New York 11420

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8 Ed

Honorable Edward D. Re
Chief Judge
United States Court of
International Trade
One Federal Plaza
New York, New York 10007
2 Hario

fir. Hario Rossi


Skyline
753 James Street. Apt. 217
Syracuse, New York 13203

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18 Paul
Honorable Paul D. Tonko
12 Princeton Street
AmsterdUl, ley York 12010

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Mr. Donald J. Trump
The-'Zuap OfiiBiiSil&n
725 Fifth Avenue
New York. lew York. 10022

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Hr. Rlbert J. Milano


0l!!I!" rmn of ,the EIoarc1
M.1l.lDaster Qlyx, Inc.
99 Park lWeoIJe
Hew York, Hew York 10016

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HI'. George steinbrenner

Dear George
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Omer, New York Yankees


Yankee StadiUlil
Bronx, New York 10451

Mr. Malvin POWell


New York Jets
1669 Cynron Lane
East Meadows, New York

Dear Marvin

Sort bell

11554

Mr. Jade RrI5Ipe

Dear Jack

President
Madi.scm Square Gar&!n Corp.
2 Penn Plaza
Hew Yode, New York 10021

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Mr. Prank J . RcQlire

Dear Frank

President

Sort McGuire

IncJustrial Power aotl Lighting ~rp.

1821 Seneca Straet


BlJffalO, New Yodt 14210

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

A. Alfred Taubman
Chairman of the Board
Taubman Company Inc.
717 Fifth Avenue
New York. New York 10022
(212)421-1234

Robert J. Milano
Chairman of the Board
Millmaster Onyx Inc.
99 Park Avenue
New York, New York 10016
(212)687-2757

George Steinbrenner, Owner


New York Yankees
Yankee Stadium
Bronx, New York 10451
{212)293-4300

Marvin Powell
New York Jets
1669 Cynron Lane
East Meadows, New York 11554
(516)489-9707

Jack Krumpe
President
Madison Square Garden Corp.
Two Penn Plaza
New York, New York 10021
(212)568-8000

Frank J. McGuire
President
Industrial Power & Lighting Corp.
1827 Seneca Street
Buffalo, New York 14210
(716}826-2010

Donald Trump
President
Trump Organization
725 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10022
(212)832-2000

James Featherstonhaugh
Roemer & Featherstonhaugh, P.C.
99 Pine Street
Albany, New York 12207
(518)436-7663

Jerry Speyer
Managing Partner
Tishman & Speyer
520 Madison Avenue
New York. New York 10022
(212)715-0300

William Mack
President
Mack Company
370 West Passaic Street
Rochelle Park, New Jersey 07662
(201)368-0900
(212)594-6867
N.Y.

-STATE 01'" NEW YORK

EXECUTIVE CHAMBER

MARIO M. CUOMO

ALBANY 12224

"rWO WORLD TR..Ce:

(;OV~RNOR

e~NTEA

NEw YORK.N. Y.I0047

May 17, 1984

Dear Donald:
Thank you for the kind words about the
book. It was not easy agreeing to open the
diary's pages for the public to read. The
fact that so many friends have been generous
in their reactions has been a great relief
to me.

a.n
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Sincerely,
/S/MMC - Mailed NYC Office
Mario M. Cuomo
Governor

Mr. Donald J. Trump


The~ump

organ1zaeion
725 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10022
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February 23, 198


1984

Thank you for your kind~nvitation to ~~e Goverr~r and


Mrs. Cuomo to attend 5he 190' National Fitness Foundation
Awnrd Dinner l!onorin<;U( Preside t Gerald R. Ford;(..John 1".
McGillicuddy, an1(sonny Werblin on April 4.

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Cuow~'a attendance at this time.
Please be assured
that as soon as a det:enllination is made, you will be cor,tacted.
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Director of Scheduling

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STATE OF NEW YORK

EXECUTIVE CHAMBER

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57 t .. F"LOOR
NEW YORK, N. Y. 100.7

January 12, 1984

Mr. Donald Trump


The~rump

OfgaHlzdLron
725 5th Avenue
New York, New York 10022

Dear Donald:
Matilda joins me in sending you and Ivana
our congratulations on the birth of your son.
May you both have m<L~y years of joy as you
watch Eric grow in strength and wisdom.

Sir;tneely,
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M. Cuomo

Governor

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July 26. 1983

Dear Hr. Trump:

On behalf of Governor and Mrs. Cuomo. I want to


thank you for your letter requesting them to attend
the dedication of the Trump Tower in New York City.
being held on October 6.
Unfortunately. we are unable to sChedule any
additional commitments on the Governor's October
calendar.
The Governor and ~rs. Cuomo have asked me to
express their regrets and convey their best wishes.
Sincerely.

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REGF,fTIW

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Peter A. Drago
Director of Scheduling
and Advance

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4 R_dios
M. Redubla
113D 10th Street
Hew Manila, Cubao
Quezon City - 3008
Pbilippines

38 Renata
Ms. Renata Scotto
c/o Mr. R. Lombardo
61 West 62nd Street
New York, New York 10023

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NAME FILE

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49 ViIlc_t.
Ik. Vincent S Romano
tiecutive Direttor
'l'he State ofN~w York Order
Sons of Italy in America
9BCutter Mill Road
G~eat Neck,New York 11021

Mr. Abe Seldin


Chairman
Board of Assessors
Department of Asse6sment
240 Old Country Road
Hineola. New York 11501

S3Hr. Roos
Ik.ii'oman P. Roos
'6~4Wl!;st Delavan Avenue
Buftitio, New York 14222

26. Stanley
Honorable Stanley Simon
President
Borough of the Bronx
New York, New York 10451

~2 }!ary
.~ . :lia1:y. Bravo Ruano
!4 )ro~ay Te~race

New York, New York 10040

14 Mr. Safadi

Br. Jonathan Safadi

308
New

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York, 'New York 10025

31 Ma. Sassi

Hs. Megan Sassi

Roosevelt Hotel

New York, Hew York 10017

28 Ce.ar
Mr. Cesar Taormina
427 East 74th Street
New York. New York 10021

47 . Donald'':,
Mr. Donald 'l''l'UIIIp
The:

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O~jiIti!l!ion

725 Fifth Avenue


New York, New York 10022

48. Mr. Valenti


Mr. Gastare Valenti

1806 West 13th Street

Brooklyn. New York 11223

November 11. 1986

The Honorable Mario M. Cuomo


and Mrs. Cuomo
Covernor. State of New York
Executive Mansion
Albany. New York 12224
Dear Mario and Matilda:

CitY'S~ntral

The Ice Rink In New York


Park
has been~mpleted -- substantially ahead of the timetable
glvenTh Trump Organization and $750.'000 under our
$3 mllllon . udget. Despite its completion In mid-October.
average weather and temperature conditions in New York
City mandate ice rink openings during the month of
November. The rink. therefore. will be re-opened as
early In November as weather permits {as opposed to the
original p.r.ojectlon of December 151.
On Saturday afternoon. November 22. at 2:30
p.m we are going to have a "Gala Re-Opening" in
celebration of the successful completion of The Wollman
Rink. Performing at the Gala will be the greatest ice
skating stars ever assembled at one time. including Peggy
Fleming. Scott Hamilton, Dorothy Hamill, Robin Cousins.
Torvlll and Dean. Toller Cranston and the current World's
Champion and,Olympic hopeful. Debi Thomas -- and they
are all p'eFforming as a grand gift to the City of New York.
I would be honored to have you both with us.
You have no greater fan!

X Donald

J. Trump

THE TRUMP ORGANIZATION


7211 FIFTH WINUI' NEW YORK, N. Y.100u 212' 832' 21)00 TELEX' 427715

Mr. Howard J. Rubenstein


Robuenstein Assocs.
1345 Avenue of the Aaericas

New Yort, NY 10105 Howard_

Mt. Robert Rubin

Golda.n. Saehs & Co.

8SBtoad Street

New York, NY 10004 Mr. Rubin_

Mr. Raymond T. Schuler


BusiJ!ess Council of New York State
1521fashi~gton, Avenue
Albany. Qt 12210 Ray_
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Mr.. Percy . E. SuttOll


. l,:D~i' tity Broadcutiag
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New York, NY

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Ms. Judith Tyte]

1'1 zer, Inc.

235 East 42nd Street


New Yort, NY 10022 Ms. Tytel_

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1515 SlOlIdway

Urban Development

New York, NY lCJ036.8860

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212/9300200

Vincent Tese

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Chaifman of the Board,


and Chief E.ecutive Officer

February 25, 1986


The H~norableVAlton R. Waldon, Jr.

Legislative dlfice Building

Room ,834

Albany, N.Y. 12248

Dear Assemblyman Waldon:


Thank you for your letter of February 10, 1986 regarding

the sports stadium which is proposed to be located in Flushing

MeadOws, Oueens.
First, you should be advised that no final

li!i.,:e selection for the proposed stadium complex has been made.

Before any site is finally selected; the project and the

IItopo~ed site at Willets Point will'be subjected to rigorous

aRaly~is'andscrutiny in theenviroftllental review process. -In

, is regard, the Supreme Court, Newlork, Count.y, recognizing

,th,
t,t)~tno site had been!!.lly select\d, recently dismissed the
petition brought by th
illets Point Business Association

wp~ichcontested the sel ction ot: the Willets Point. site in the

absence of a completed environmental impact statement.

with respect to your concern that the proposed 'fillets

Pl?intsite is under the flight path of one of the main runways

Of L, .Gulltc!!a Airport, that.fae.tor also will be carefully.

considered in the project planning and environmental review

prooHS. It should be noted, however, that the Federal

AViation Administration (the -FAA") has previously indicated

that a domed stadium on the proposed site within a height

limitation of 230 feet above ground would not present a hazard

t!)a~J: n~!yigation.
At present, the architectural drawings for

~~Prppqlled stadiull call for a maximum height of 215 feet.

Once a,!pecific project plan for the stadium is formulated,

4!t:;:llf..~ed<;information with respect to the project will be

sObjtitted to the FAA for its review and approval before any

decillion is . .de to finally proceed with the proposedstad1um

and the maximum height thereof.


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As to the denignation of Donald Trump as the conditional

~developee for the proposed stadium, we believe that the

selection process was conducted in a fair and ethical mannee,


fully consistent with law. Me. Trump's membership on the
spoetsplex Corporation Board of Directors afforded him no
advantages in the developer designation process. Each of the
competing developers had equal access te the background
information in oue possession relevant to the proposed project,
and I and UDC staff members made ourselves available to all of
the competing developees on an equal basis.
With regard to cost, please note that the stadium, if
constructed, will cost the State of New York no money. As

currently contemplated, oee will issue bonds to financ. the

aC9~i.ition and clearance of the site, and to finance certain

expef\e~s to be incurred in connection with the relocation of

businesses currently existing on the site. The UOC bonds will

not be general obligations of UOC, nor will they constitute

obligations of the State of New York. Rather, the bonds will

be project revenue bonds, the principal and interest of which

will be payable sOlelI out of the revenues generated from the

operation of the sta um. While one might argue that the
exPert"iture ofS100 mUlion in state funds in connection with
the construction of a stadium might be ill advised at this

time, su~h an argument would hav~no application to the

realities of the proposed stadium project since we are not

using state funds to construct the stadium. In fact. the .

stadium, if constructed and operated as.planned, will produce

significant revenues to the City.nd State of New York,


including tax receipts as well as a share of the anticipated
earnings.
'1 would be glad to discuss the proposed project further

with you at yourconvenience. My staff and I are available to

aeet with you to discuss any additional concerns that you might

bave. Thank you for youe interest and concern.

Very truly yours,

Vincent Tese

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Copy to: The Honorable Mario M. ClIDIIIO

December 3, 1987

Dear Mr. Trump:


~
Governor and ~xs. Cuomo h e asked me to respond to your
invitation requesting them t attend a party to celebrate the
Random House publication of Trump: The Art of the Deal" on
December 12, 1987.
The Governor and Mrs. Cuomo greatly appreciate your kind
ness in extending this invitation. However, due to a previous
engagement on both of their schedules, it is impossible to
schedule any additional commitments on that date. They hope
that you understand their scheduling constraints and keep
them i.n mind for a future invitation.
The Governor and Mrs. Cuomo extend their very best wishes
and thank you again for your invitation.
With best regards,

Laurence S. Belinsky
Special Assistant to
the Governor

)( Mr. Donald Trump

725 F1tn Avenue, 26th Floor


New York. New York 10022

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November 25, 1987

C'OUlf 1.

HENRY WEISS
SAMUZ:L J. COHEN

Mr. Paul Kirk, Chairman


Democratic National Committee

430 South Capitol Street

Washington, D.C. 20003

NAMERLE

Dear Mr. Kirk:


I want to register my extreme disappointment
with the Democratic Party's invitation to Donald Trump.
Surely there are high-visibility, major-eonribuors,
who are members of our Party and share some of our
ideals. Pandering to the likes of the self-glorifying,
megabuck exhibitionist Trump diminishes us all. Even
given the breadth of our appeal, the openness of our
arms to all classes of society, a decent regard for
some basic values remains essential.
Please use your good offices to avoid repeti
tion of this major gaffe. The fact that Mr. Trump
rejected this invitation does ~ erase the bad taste
it leaves.
Please spare me the form letter response I
trust you have prepared for such as this.

~ce H. Simon

11 Me;bership I 07298749
BRS/mf
ec: Governor Mario CUomo

Senator Daniel P. Moynihan

Congressman Ted Weiss

Jim Wright, Speaker of the Bouse

Robert Byrd, Senate Majority Leader

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STATE OF NEW YORK

EXECUTIVE CHAMBER

AI.BANYI2224

Mr. DODa1d

Tr"Fp

!fie Trump organization


725 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10022

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STATE OF NEW YORK
DIVISION OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY RENEWAL

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OFFICe OF RENT ADMINiSTiiATiON

17 JOHN STREET

NEWYQRK. N.Y. ,WII

WILLIAM B. EIMICKE

IIAIUO II. CUOIIIO

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July 6, 1987

~talina

K.

Meyer

100 Central Park South

Hev York, Hev York 10019

Re: Premises: 100 Central Park -South, Manhattan.

Tenant: Meyer
Dear Ms. Meyer:

D0DG:\d TrWnp

Your correspondence to Governor Cuomo ;:garding the

captioned matter has been referred to my attention for review and

reply.

I note that by now this matter has been resolved

and that efforts are being made to improve the building for the benefit

of all residents therein. I have personally been in contact with

members of the Tenants Committee as well as the landlord and the

landlord's management team and I am pleased that progress appears to

be well underway.

Should there be any current problems involving your

occupancy at the captioned premises, please do not hesitate to contact

me directly at (212) 566-3945.

Very truly yours,


VICTOR BRAUNSTEIN

Chief, Enforcement Bureau

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June 15, 1987

The Honorable Mario M. Cuomo


Governor of New York
State Capitol
Albany, NY 12224
My Dear Governor

cuomo~.

It is with great pleasu e that I invite the members of


the New York Citizens ommittee to a reception to
launch the 78th Annual NAACP Convention which will once
again, after 28 long years, be held in New York City
July 5-9.
The reception will be held in the Bistro at Trump
Tower, Garden Level, on Wednesday, June 24, from 5:00
to 7:00 P.M.
Ben Books, Hazel Dukes and I are all looking forward to
meeting you. Your support will be greatly appreciated.

REGRTfD
~ -dtl81

1..IMTATlON

Convention 1987
R.S.V.P.
Julie Baker
(212) 481-4100

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J. -TruER
-General Chairman
Hew York Citizens
HAACP National

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THE TRUMP ORGANIZATION


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October 1, 1987

Dear Sir/Madam:
On behalf of the Governor, I would like to respond to your
invitation for him to attend "An Evening of Magic", a gala to
benefit Lenox Hill Hospital on October 29, 1987.
The Governor greatly appreciates your kindness in extending
this invitation. Unfortunately, due to time restrictions, it is
not possible for him to add this commitment on his schedule. He
hopes that you will understand the limitations'on his schedule
and will continue to keep him in mind for future invitations.
The Governor extends his very best wishes and thanks you
for your invitation.

INVITAnON RGRETT6I)

With best regards,

Laurence S. Belinsky
Special Assistant to
the Governor
Evening of Magic Benefit Committee
Hill Hospital
100 East 77th Street
New York, NY 10021

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Rupert Mumoch, Mart;n J. Raynes (Rlrtial Listing)

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June 28, 1988

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Trump:


Governor and Mrs. Cuomo have asked me to respond to your
invitation requesting them to attend a Buffet Dinner, aboard
the Trump Princess, on July 4, 1988.
The Governor and Mrs. Cuomo greatly appreciate your kind
ness in extending this invitation. However, due to a previous
engagement on both of their schedules, it is impossible to
schedule any additional commitments on that date. They hope
that you understand their scheduling constraints and keep
them in mind for a future invitation.

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The Governor and Mrs. Cuomo extend their very best wishes
and thank you again for your invitation.

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With best regards,

INVlTATIDN RfGRmtD

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Howard B. Glaser
Special Assistant to
the Governor

and Mrs. Donald<rump


I' Mr.
725 F~fth Avenue
New York, New York 10022

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TELEGRAM (Hand Deliver)

December 13, 1988

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~Mr.
Leonard H. Goldenson
1'chairman of the Executive Committee
Capital Cities/ABC, Inc.
1330 Avenue of the Americas
New York, New York 10019-5499

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~Humanitarian Awa;~s fro

are presented the 34th Annual

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appropriately highlights their long-standing involvement and

generosity on behalf of UCP.

We salute them and wish everyone

a memorable evening:

Matilda and Mario Cuomo

Telephoned to western Union Operator 608, December 13, 1988,

at 2:53 p.m.

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HARRY V. BENDER"",,---==~~~
agenc4 Inc.-=May 18, 1988
Mr. Donald Trump

"723 5th. Ave.

New York. N.Y. 10022


Re: World's Fair

Dear Mr. l'ruIIp:

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In 1939 and 1940 New York put on a prestilious World's Fair


and repeated the same in 1964 and 1965. 1 remember Grover
Whelan put one of the fairs on, unfortunately 1 don't remember
the_.~ther parties n_.
w"ruit it would lilll7e to be is someone
like-. DoDald.T~ who would have the ability to layout the
fair grounds-and entice all the major corp~rations to put up
fZhibit3 and be able to invite all the states and countries
in the world to participate.
1 have always been intrigued by yOU Donald Trump of the massive
accomplishments at your young age. and 1 think none could exceed
another World's Fair in New York. It's a challenge- that few men
could accomplish. I'm sending a copy of this letter to Mayor
Koeh and Governor Cuomo in an attempt to develop their interest
as veil.
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AtnerlTI4!S '':~U4tl'c.

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February 26, 1988

Dear Mr. Fugazy:


Governor Cuomo has aSked~o respond to your invitation
requesting him to attend t~ti~Defamation League of B'nai
B'rit9s 75th Anniversary Celebration on March 22,. HAS.
The Governor sincerely appreciabes your kindness in extend
ing this invitation. He is, however. unable to accept any addi
tional commitments. The Governor will send a message f9r the
occasion. He hopes that you understand the time limitations on
his schedule and continue to keep him in mind for future invita
tions'.
Thank you again and very best wishes for a successful event.
INVITATION-RfGRm'lll

With best regards,


S

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Laurence S. Belinsky
Special Assistant to
the Governor

~Mr.

William,Denis FUgazy,"Journal Chair

Lee A. Iacocca Testimonial Souvenir

Journal, Suite 900

823 United Nations Plaza

New York, New York 10017

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~Mr.
Leonard H. Go1denson

"Chairman of the Executive Committee

. Capital CitieS/ABC, Inc.

1330 Avenue ot the Americas


New York, New York 10019-5499

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We are delighted to add our congratulations and good

~~shes ~s I~~na an~onald~p are

presented the 34th Annual

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appropriately highlights their long-standing involvement and
generosity on behalf of UCP.
a memorable

We salute them and wish everyone

3vening~

Matilda and Mario Cuomo

Telephoned to Western Union Operator 608, December 13, 1988,


at 2:53 p.m.
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Dear

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On behalf of the Governor and


to
thank you for your invitation requesti~ them to attend
cocktails at the '21' Club in honor of oda Ita1ia on March 9,
1988.
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I regret to inform you that your invitation arrived in our
office too late to be considered for the Governor and Mrs.
Cuomo's calendar. They hope you will continue to keep them in
mind for future events.
Thank you again.

We hope you enjoyed a successful event.


Sincerely,

INVITATlON REGRETTED

Emily D. Bromberg
Deputy Director
of Scheduling

New York, New York 10019

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Dear Mr. Destino:
Governor and Mrs. Cuomo have asked me to respond to your

invitation requesting them to attend the 75th Anniversary

of the American Cancer society on April 6, 1988.

The. Governor ,and Mrs. Cuomo greatly. .appreciate your kind


'ness in extending this invitation. Bowever, due to a previous

engagement on botb of their schedules, it is impossible to

schedule any additional ca.mitments on that date. Tbey hope

that you understand their scheduling constraints and keep

them in mind for a future invitation.

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The Governor and Mrs. Cuomo extend their very best wishes

and thank you again for your invitation.

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Laurence S. Belinsky
Special Assistant to
the Governor

~Mr.
Ralph Destino
Chairman of the Board

Cancer Society

Nineteen West Fifty-Sixth Street

New York, New York 10019

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Governor and rs. Cuomo have asked me to respond to your


invitation requ
ing them to attend the Gourmet Gala

sponsored by th March of Dimes on November 21, 1989.

The Governor and Mrs. Cuomo greatly appreciate your kind

ness in extending this invitation. However, due to a previous

engagement on both of their schedules, it is impossible to

schedule any additional commitments on that date. They hope

that you understand their scheduling constraints and keep

them in mind for a future invitation.

The Governor and Mrs. Cuomo extend their very best wishes
and thank you again for your invitation.
With best regards,

Howard B. Glaser
Special Assistant to
the Governor
March of Dimes
Gourmet Gala
233 Park Avenue South
New York, New York 10003

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JOHN J. POKLEMBA
ECTOR OFCRIMINALJUSTICE
AND
COMMISSIONER

AL8ANY, NEW YORK 12203 .

June 22, 1989

't... Meg

Merrill
2 Hor'4tio Street
New York, New York 10014

Dear Ms. Merrill:


. Governor Cuomo has asked me to thank you for forwarding a copy of the
letter you sent t4(Donald Trymp jn response to his n~wspaper ad calling for
the death penalty.-pwe appreciate yiiur assessment of the negative consequences
of Mr. Trump's writing on this subject.
Governor Cuomo's decision to oppose capital punishment was made after
years of careful consideration and is based on a firm desire to fairly and
effectively protect the citizens of New York State. Since assuming office in
1983, Governor Cuomo has worked to keep New York State free of the death
penalty. While consistently vetoing legislation that would reinstate the
death penalty, the Governor has advocated for enactment of his proposal that
would allow for imposition of a sentence of life imprisonment without parole
upon persons convicted of first degree murder. life without parole is a
viable alternative to the death penalty and is consistent with the Governor's
firm commitment to providing for the safety of the people of New York State.
The proposed law expands the definition of murder in the first degree
and expressly provides that persons under a sentence of life imprisonment
without parole shall be incarcerated for the remainder of their natural lives
and shall never become eligible for parole or conditional release. In
recognition of the growing number of drug-related homi ci des, the Governor has,
also recommended that murder committed during a drug transaction be included
among offenses to be punishable by a sentence of life without parole.
In making available the penalty of life imprisonment without parole, our
criminal justice system would be provided with a workable and lasting means
for the protection of society from the most violent criminals. The certainty
of a life spent without the hope of freedom is a penalty of immeasurable
magnitude. Yet, it is a penalty which eliminates the risk of erroneous
execution and other undesirable implications of the death penalty.

Hs. Merrill

June 22, 1989

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Your expression of support for Governor Cuomo is very much appreciated.


I urge you to communicate your favorable opinion of the Governor's proposal
for life without parole to your legislative representatives. It is important
that they are aware of the views of their constituents.

Thank you for writing.


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Sincerely,

I,SI I!cs

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Barry C. Sample
Executive Deputy Commissioner

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over, but for the six hundred or so who "'ill now 1:.." I,p!oved by
not only a tremendous business. person, but one ..,h", als.:. bel ie\/s
in the concepts of organized Labor, as we kno", YOI_ d0. My way cf
saYing thank you is to helo make the Trump Shuttle th", best
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August 2, 1991

Mr. Donald J. TfU1%)

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Ofan~zation

725 Fifth Avenue

New York, NY

Dear

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10022

Trump:

Governor CUomo has asked me to respond to your letter to him


of July 16 on the real property gains tax.
Since we discussed this matter on the telephone several
years ago, the climate of opinion regarding the gains tax has
changed markedly. with the decline in the New~ork State real
estate market, there is increasing concern over the way the gains
tax applies in debt restructuring and other workout-type
transactions, as well as in situations in which the tax is paid
even though ~o one is earning any real income. I believe the
Governor shares these concerns.
'1'0 help resolve the question of whether changes to alleviate
some of these problems can be made administratively or whether
they would require action by the Legislature, I asked the Tax
section of the New York State Bar Association and the state and
Local Tax Committee of the New York city Bar Association to
prepare a report giving.me their views on these issues. This
report should be forthcoming irtthe next week or two. My
impression is that the Bar will reco~end that th~ Department
take a variety of administrative actions to address the real
estate industry's concerns about the gains tax. I anticipate
meeting with representatives of the real estate industry to
solicit their views on the recommendations in the report and, in
particular, their priorities about which adjustments to the gains
tax regulations would be most helpful to the state's economy. It
might be useful if you were to analyze the report and make your
own suggestions to me. particularly on the question of
priorities.

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On the larger question of the desirability of maintaining


the gains tax as a state revenue source, despite the fact that
the revenue yield from the tax has declined by two-thirds over"
the past three years, it still remains a significant revenue
source. Given the state's fiscal problems, I cannot imagine our
being able to recommend repeal of the tax for the foreseeable
future. Therefore, X think the best immediate prospect for
progress in addressing your concerns is through our taking
administrative actions to deal with some of the most pressing
problems created by the tax, and r hope to move on this project
as a high priority after we receive the Bar's report.
Sincerely yours,

~t/-t~
(IJames W. Wetzler
Commissioner

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B~Jt!d3ias
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Vice Chairman

Cindy Thield,

V:1ce Chairwoman

J'anual'J" 8th, 1991

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Honorable Mr. Donald T.rump:


First, lam wishing you, lIour famUy, YOu;"~:t;att, col.leagues and their
families the veryoellt 01' beal.tll and life. Wish all ofyo::...ahappy and

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.. that I admire and respect more then you. Even more, for many reasons I
have come to idolize you as one of tha greatest man in the world.

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Ha.n7 arround me beliva it is stupid, naieve, unrealistic for me to even


contempla1;'l the thought that Mr. Trump would read my l.etter, less the thou(
of getting a response. But, as I read about you, I. felt something vel'J" deE
l.y about you that others might have NOT 1'el~; a very deep sence of human
ldndness, understanding, nsdon, and human compassion just in the right ape
appropriate situation and condition.
Therefore I be1ive strongly in what
I fel.t, that you have ~een, are and wil.l al.ways be the man who has most COD
tributed to ma.k1ng th~worl.d arround you a better and more beatiful. place t
Uve in, especially Hew York City. Therefore, I conf1dentl.y write to ;you
this l.etter today~
I am witing to plead and to ask if you would consider sponsoring The
Repeat Offenders Rehabllitation Project; a drug abuse, aids, violence and
crime prevention-education and rehabilitation project that I have presented
to the Gov. CUomo Administration, and they have expressed great interest 8:
. support for. We despredly need a sponsor.

~P." '.habilit.ti~
Ofrender,

ProJea. Prop.'al C.....te

The Honorable Donald Trump

I ao sure the R.O.R. Project will 'be a great challenge tor you, as it

may turn out to be one ot the greatest deals you will have made, this one

on beha1f of all the American peop:!.i!I , and on beHalf' of' a very much hurt!

,countr., as a result o~ ~g abuse, Violence ,and cr1~eo There 'exist no gr

tel' challenge for our U.S.Ao government, law enforcement, judicia!, and CI

rectional systems, inte~ects, socialogists, criminologists


psycholo

gists; and every American citizen and industrY, the to find solutions and

reBa1.va the gigan.tic quickl.y growing wave of drug abuse, aids, 'violence al

crime that is present::w afflicting our country, and even the world.

and

OUrs is one of the greatest problem in the world, and only men of grea:

. caura:getc~iSdQn anc1 strehgbt~ faith and determil[~~ion~:C~'cio-what ,:it take:

"~~ to..J'e~if!lak~.. ~~~f~~$!~~:l=(t!JJ1.sea;r~A,1;b.e"lLOl'ld.~OU~ MrTrump,_ an(

~ I Kno,;,tnat'another'manl1ke-you will not befound,.,not:o;:~':'the present er~


The response I got from Gov. Cuomo and his fine administration, his fil

staff of people of great vision and knowledge was very encauraging to me,

and has inspire greater determination that when thoses arround me give up

and lose :ftith and hope, I springup with greater determination knowing th~

someone outhere does care more them what others may think about the well

being or our country and our rellow citizens. A great monumental challent

is betore us. The greatest deal of them all. To have victory over this

monstrous illness and d1l.ema.,or to let it destroy our country and continv

to grow and cause so much suffering and pain to every American people.

I woul.d like to show you what the Gov. Cuomo administration has been de

ing so effectively to dea:!. With this problem, i t you allow me. But our hE

is despredly needed, and efforts such as this one 01' the B.O.B. Project i1

we can get a. sponsor with a. backbone, that will refuse to give up to fast.

GovCUomo statt' have offered their support and aSSistance, now its u.p to

us. Enclosed are copies of some letters of support, and some information c

the R.O.B. Project. It woul.d be open tor you to change and rebuilt it if

iyou decide to take the challenge on.

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thif
very urgent and important matter, and that God will inspire you to take
this cha2lenge on behalf of all the American citizens and especialy the
people of our great state of New York. This is a challenge that not msnj
if any at all peaple in your position and status would even consider get
ting involved with; BUT, that is what makes you so very much a different
and superior human being then they. I deeply and strongly belive in you,
as I tllso have a .lot .01' faith in Gov. Cuomo and hi~ ~rganization.
My name is Da.niel',;a.Mejias and lam pres~ptly at Wyoming Correctional
Facility in Att1ca".l{.~"f York. Hopefully I Will be release in April 10,91
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