there was a payphone at school, and on recess, i would go there and i'd call collect to his office. i was probably 10 years old. >> say hi, this is ivanka. >> calling collect from the chapin school and he would put me on speakerphone. it didn't matter who was there. it was titans, it was heads of countries. he would always take my call. >> reporter: high above the office, the penthouse was home. >> in ththis this was my bed. it's a little small for me now. >> ivanka gave a tour of her childhood bedroom in the documentary "born rich." >> it's a little time capsule. if you notice by the madonna clock, the homage to poison and motley kru. >> what floor are we on? >> we are on the 6th floor. not a bad view to wake up to. >> and not a bad place to play as a kid unless. >> she managed to kick a beach ball into a chandelier that just blew up and got destroyed. and so my mother was pretty tough eastern european disciplinary type. when she got home and saw the chandelier shattered on the floor she went up to her and said what happened here? rather than fessing up, it was don, it was all don.
then when i went into basic training when i was 18 suddenly we all had to speak to her parents on the payphone. this was 68. suddenly every other word was at. and my father have to get on the phone and say if to stop. he told me what i was doing and i have to stop. the thing is i also recently heard that the civil war it was used as a sexual term do you know when everything was going bad and they were stressed out and angry what were they same. i have no idea. were when they the other one. they were about to get overwhelmed. over they say. it's a very interesting question. and it shows you what it's like when you have a different system. between formal speech and casual speech that's different than what we use too. we think that they all are like shakespeare because anybody could write that way. those letters are great. didn't talk that way. we don't know exactly how they talked because they can be recorded. you get little hints and so for example on washington world when he was working now on the brooklyn bridge but on east bridge in st. louis and he writes a letter to his wife. the men who w
- a few days into basic training when i was 19 suddenly we all had to speak to ourar parents on the payphone. they made as call our parents. >> wet here was this? >> 68. suddenly, every other word was f my father had to get on the phone because i was talking to my mother and said you have to stop. he told me what i was doing and i had to stop. i recently heard that about 15 years ago that in the civil warr i thought the f word was not used, but it was used as a sexual term i'm a but i'm worried if you know when anything was going bad and they were stressed out or angry what were they saying rex what was it i have no idea? >> you mean what did john wilkes booth say?ay? >> or when the union was getting or when one was overwhelming the other one, what would they say? >> you know, that's an interesting question. [laughter] >> it shows you what it's like when you have a different-- this comes back to the arabic point, actually, between formal speech and casual speech we think those a the civil war soldiers all talk like shakespeare because anyone could write that way even after eighth grade. of t
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