A portrait of President Donald Trump by a fashion model inspired a photograph of the President that was taken by the photographer for a collection of clothing lines.
Trump, a self-proclaimed artist and model, had painted a portrait of himself in the 1970s in his Manhattan studio.
The portrait was a hit with photographer Ralph Lauren, who sold the picture to American Apparel.
The photograph was eventually used in a campaign ad featuring Trump, who is running for president in 2020.
A collection of Trump’s most popular clothing lines sold for more than $20 million in the 1980s.
According to the book, The Trump Card: A Memoir, the painting, created by artist James R. McConaughey, turned out “to be a popular hit for Ralph Lauren.
It’s the most successful Trump-related painting ever sold by a single designer.
Its sale made it a household name.
It was the highest-grossing Trump-branded painting of all time, topping the $100 million mark in the ’80s and ’90s.