In 1985 I was in Manhattan for a convention. The people I was with were anxious to look at Trump Tower, which was fairly new. They also wanted to see Bijan, a shop in the tower that sold $250 neckties. I had no interest in either but went along with my group.
If I had any expectations, they were for, at least, an impressive interior space like the ones John Portman had introduced in the '70s in Atlanta. I was surprised to find that the entrance room to the tower was so dinky. Other than that, I have had no contact with Trump taste in building.
Now it cannot be avoided. news photographs of Trump's meeting with Prime Minister Abe show us his living room.
However, when I looked up a photograph of Saddam's living room it was, comparatively, a model of taste and restraint.