Well, Christian, you are entitled to your opinion, of course. However, the facts are these: I attended Buckley in NYC with Donny (he would be 'Jr.' ), where I believe Eric was educated as well. As for Ivanka, I was friends with her during my mid-to-late teens, as over the years several of my friends dated her. Although I was not at the same school with Ivanka, the NYC private school system makes classmates out of friends at different schools - and, later on, New England boarding schools. It might be difficult to understand this last point without knowledge of the schools and the (often sickening) social scene. Frankly, I have far greater personal knowledge of the Trump children, and so I may have a better foundation when discussing them. On the other hand, Trump, Sr. just sets himself up - publicly - to be torn apart on various grounds. With regards to the documentary, again, I know many of the "spoiled brats" - some of whom are indeed that. At the same time, they are dealing with their reality, which is rather unfortunate in many ways. It is quite easy from the "outside looking in" to be critical, but problems of all sorts are no less real simply because they are different. In fact, they are often more threatening to one's sense of self and moral constitution. My comment about behaviour was directed mostly to Jr, although I have not been on friendly terms with him for eons. I know little about Eric, but Ivanka is a decent, nice and intelligent person. The comments on ethics and dress were made with Trump, Sr. in mind.