Attorneys who have worked with presidential candidate Donald Trump as a client and an adversary said his blunt and blustery persona on the campaign trail matches the businessman they know.

“What you see is what you get,” said Steven Schlesinger, managing partner of Jaspan Schlesinger, who represented Trump on about 10 matters.”You get a lot less of that [bluster] in person but you occasionally get some locker-room bravado. You see it more in business meetings. If the other side is in the room, he can act like the bully.”

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