Did Donald Trump get a portrait cue from Brother Theodore? Brother Theodore: Details from page 45 of the December 5, 1968, issue of the Village Voice. Trump: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office
New Yorkers of a certain age will remember Brother Theodore, the acerbic, ofttimes brilliant, and always meandering monologist who performed his “stand-up tragedy” in local venues for decades.
His tales could wander, but Theodore Gottlieb (born in 1906, in Dusseldorf) had covered much ground in his life, having survived Dachau (he lost eight relatives in the Holocaust, including his parents) before going on to hustle chess (he once simultaneously
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