Trump says whatever he wants, takes advice from no one, and so far seems politically unaffected by any of his loathsome boasts and put-downs.Whatever one thinks of Hillary Clinton—and, goodness knows, everyone has an opinion—she knows a lot about government.There is always a photo of him—generally a tear sheet from a magazine.
Particularly in the first episodes, Paw Rugg's voice was incomprehensible; his speech improved with the later segments.Most people who own private planes include their initials as part of the tail number. On his campaign jet, a Boeing 757, his name runs from the cockpit to the wings—in gold letters, 10 feet high. He thinks nothing of saying the most hurtful thing about someone else, but when he hears a whisper that runs counter to his own vainglorious self-image, he coils like a caged ferret.Just to drive him a little bit crazy, I took to referring to him as a “short-fingered vulgarian” in the pages of magazine. To this day, I receive the occasional envelope from Trump.We took the beta version of i OS 11 for a spin at Refinery29's 29Rooms to see how each of the new tools work.Ahead, a complete guide to using the new photo effects to their fullest.