Donald Trump’s Nights Out at Le Club With Roy Cohn
The relationship of the presidential contender and Cohn, one-time aide to Senator McCarthy, was forged in one of New York’s coolest ’70s nightspots.
Given the charged atmosphere, the attention now being paid to Donald Trump’s early dealings with Roy Cohn, a one-time aide to Senator McCarthy, and a famously connected attorney, isn’t hard to understand.
And the fact that this relationship was forged in Le Club, a swell nightspot of the earlier 70s, takes us to a specific Manhattan nightworld, a nightworld which for deft operators like Cohn and the young Trump could be an extension of the working day.
This was the Manhattan into which I arrived. It’s a time-tunnel moment.