We now join Donald Trump, already in progress, being interviewed by a radio host who questions him about the fact that his new hotel is "booked for months -- years -- in advance." So things are going well, in case you didn't know. Time really is compressed! The host reveals that the hotel is not everyone's cup of tea, and that its critics call it "conspicuous," "garish," and "over the top." But "the people, they are really liking it, man." That was a very meaningful scene. I love it when a DJ opines about what "the people" are "really liking." It's usually a bad band or a surgeon who does LASIK procedures.
And now, The Story Of Difficulties. Papa-T tells Donald he doesn't understand how Donald can need a loan when the hotel -- the Grand Hyatt, formerly known as the Commodore Hotel Whorehouse Of Magnificent Whores, that is -- is doing so well. Donald insists that he "overshot" on an item or two, but Papa-T admonishes him that when he trained the boys not to spend their own money on real estate, he didn't mean to suggest they should instead spend his. Still, he wants to know what he can do to help, which Donald finds hilarious for reasons entirely unknown to me.
Oh, wait -- now, we're back at the radio interview. What? Time is apparently not only compressed, but also bendy. There isn't even anything to this, except the host giving Donald shit about his incoming money and the pressure to "top [him]self." Trump assures the host that he is already at work on a new plot to buy a big building and name it after himself. I'm not sure that really qualifies as a plan, so much as a birthday wish, but I'm sure that to Trump, it's totally a plan.