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Trump's Chauffeur: “He’s a Great Boss”

Posted on August 19, 2015

Donald Trump arrived at Manhattan Supreme Court for jury duty in a black Lincoln stretch limousine. After the Republican presidential candidate went into the courthouse his driver, Eddie Diaz, took a few moments to talk about what it’s like to drive The Donald. Asked in a general sense what the job is like, Diaz told Newsweek it’s “interesting.”

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