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President-elect Donald Trump recently revealed that one of his most prized possessions is a letter from former President Richard Nixon.

In the 1987 letter, Nixon praised Trump and said that if he decides to run for office he "will be a winner."

Now, Trump is reportedly taking the letter with him to the White House and hanging it in the Oval Office.

In the letter, Nixon congratulated Trump on an appearance on "The Phil Donahue Show," during which the billionaire businessman argued that the U.S. must be compensated for providing military protection to other countries.

"I did not see the program, but Mrs. Nixon told me that you were great," Nixon wrote. "As you can imagine, she is an expert on politics and she predicts whenever you decide to run for office you will be a winner!"


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