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By all means use your call as an opportunity to talk about anything you like. But if you happen to fall short of inspiration, here are some scripts you can read from.

SAMPLE PHONE SCRIPT #1 — BASIC

“Hello, this is Trump Tower.”

“Hi, how are you today?”

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“I’m doing okay under the circumstances. Lovely weather we’re having, don’t you think?”

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“Gosh, so this is Trump Tower, right?”

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“Can you tell me how I can get in touch with Donald Trump?”

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“Well, I have a message for him. I’m calling to demand that he either fire Steve Bannon as chief strategist of the White House or resign from office —

[click]

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SAMPLE PHONE SCRIPT #2 — WILL I BE SAFE AT A TRUMP HOTEL?

“Hello, Trump Hotel Reservations.”

“Hi, how are you today? How’s your day going?”

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“Well, gosh, I’ve had a really stressful day. I’m really worried about the future of the planet. Is this Trump Hotel Reservations?”

[response]

“Reservations for all the Trump hotels, or just one of them?”

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“So, wait, where all do you have hotels?”

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“What about New York City? What hotels do you have in New York City?”

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So, New York City has always been a haven for outsiders and immigrants but things are getting scary out there. Will I be safe if I stay at a Trump Hotel?

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Really? Are you sure the owner won’t sexually assault me? Because he’s confessed to sexually assaulting other women and he’s appointed a chief strategist who is a misogynist and a neo-Nazi …

[click]

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SAMPLE PHONE SCRIPT #3 — IF I STAY AT A TRUMP HOTEL, DO I HAVE TO SEE HIS NAME?

“Hello, Trump Hotel Reservations.”

“Hi, how are you today? How’s your day going?”

[response]

“So, here’s my problem. Our department head is going to book us all to stay at the hotel. And most of us in the office are none too pleased about it. I mean with all we heard about Trump during the election. And the kind of people he’s appointing to his cabinet…

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“So, I guess my question is: Do I have to stay at the Trump Hotel? Is there any way I’ll be able to transfer my reservation to a hotel that isn’t a Trump Hotel?”

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“Well, I know I’m not the only one who feels this way. My office is full of people — you know Latinos, women, veterans, there’s even a disabled person — all folks Donald Trump insulted during the campaign. But now our company is saying we have to stay at his hotel. And you’re saying there’s no way to change the reservation.

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“You should really have a way to accommodate people like me and my colleagues. I mean could you at least throw a big black cloth over his name on the front entrance, so we don’t have to see it? I heard some of his hotels were doing that. It seems the least you can do.

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“Huh, you’re sure none of the other Trump Hotels are doing that? I could have sworn I saw that they were. Must have been more of that fake Russian news…”

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Ok, so if I make it through the entrance, I’m probably going to need a drink. But I bet his name is going to be in the bar, too, huh? Probably embossed on the bar napkins, right?”

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“Well, what about my room? Can you at least not have his name show up anywhere in my room?

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So, it won’t be like in big letters over the door of the room? That’s good. But what about on the bath towels? Or the key card? Or the drapes? Or the seal on the mini-bar?

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“Oh, it’s only his initials? Only a big ‘T’? I’m not sure why that’s supposed to make me feel better? I mean, would *you* want to stay in a hotel room who’s bath towels are emblazoned with the name — or even just the initials — of someone who’s confessed to sexually assaulting women, and who’s appointed a neo-Nazi for chief strategist, and who…”

[click]

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