The entire article — "He’s a Performance Artist Pretending to be a Great Manager" — is somewhat repetitive but worthwhile. My favorite passage comes early:
Mere months into Trump’s time as the owner of an airline … [its president] already had concerns. Trump had overpaid with more than $400 million of borrowed money, he seemed most interested in cosmetic touches like the size of the "T" on the tails of the planes, and the debt service quickly became crippling. Once, Trump suggested cutting costs by flying with two pilots, not three, and [the airline's president] had to tell him that would be illegal.