Donald Trump's Handwritten Notes to Reporters

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Of the many entertaining things about Donald Trump's (potential) 2012 presidential candidacy, the best might be his handwritten notes addressing, responding to, or otherwise dissing reporters.

Trump's M.O. is to take a printed copy of an article about him, then write a personal note on it in fat pen strokes. Trump's handwriting is actually pretty good. One doesn't become a billionaire, apparently, without penmanship.

The latest lucky recipient is Justin Elliott of Salon, who just received this:

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This follows Trump's note to Vanity Fair's Juli Weiner earlier this month:

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Chris Good is a political reporter for ABC News. He was previously an associate editor at The Atlantic and a reporter for The Hill.

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