In 1973, when the government charged the Trumps with racial discrimination at their rental properties, Donald Trump hired Roy Cohn, the notorious, politically-wired former counsel for Joseph McCarthy’s red-baiting Senate investigations subcommittee, as his new lawyer. (He eventually signed a consent decree in that case, but kept Cohn on regardless.) And he hired Louise Sunshine, a fundraiser for New York’s Governor Hugh L. Carey, as his political lobbyist. Read more about the anti-politician Trump’s political pals in My Generation, now in e-book for the first time.