Trump is known for his signature writing tool – the Sharpie Pen.
In fact, Sharpey's blunt and very clear trick has caused problems for the president in the past, giving his remarks to his speech and making some of his own ideas visible to the public.
However, he continued to use Sharpie to sign executive orders, draft important speeches, and add notes such as "A Tutor for a Quiz," wrote the writer's guardian Sam Wolfson in July.
But what is less known is that Trump made a deal with Sharpe to make these pens dedicated to him.
At the end of the first episode of the new four-part series at HBO, executed with the political site Axius, Trump broke a monologue and considered his love for the Sharpie pen a scorn for the pen used by the government and used by the US president normally. At the same time, Exos correspondent Jonathan Swan and CEO Jim Vandehee listened patiently on the sidelines.
"I signed documents by Ghali and he did not write well," Trump said. "It was very bad and it was very expensive," he said, referring to the so-called pen ordered by the government.
"Then I started to use Sharpie only, and I said to myself, Well wait a moment, this is often written better and this hardly costs anything." At this point in the monologue, Trump pulled out a standard gray shark pencil from his pull.
He said: "So, I called people at Sharpie and I said," Do you give me a favor, can you make the pen black? Can you make it look rich? "He said.
According to Trump, Sharpie's response was not only that they could do so, but they also offered to put his signature on it. Trump proudly flashed the gold-labeled pen for the camera.
Sharpie's Newell Brands did not immediately respond to the Business Insider request for a comment.