IN 2006, DONALD TRUMP,made arrangements to buy the Menie Estate, close Aberdeen, Scotland, intending to change over the ridges and field into an extravagance golf resort. He and the domain's proprietor, Tom Griffin, sat down to talk about the exchange at the Cock and Bull eatery. Griffin reviews that Trump was an obstinate mediator, hesitant to give in on even the most modest points of interest. In any case, as Michael D'Antonio writes in his late memoir of Trump, Never Enough, Griffin's most clear memory of the night relates to the showy behavior. It was as though the brilliant haired visitor sitting over the table were an on-screen character having impact on the London stage. "It was Donald Trump playing Donald Trump," Griffin watched. There was something incredible about it.