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Fashion graduate flies high with the Trumps

Amanda Miller might admit she goes up, up and away on Donald Trump’s private jet, but don’t expect her to reveal what she’s writing in her notebook on the real estate magnate’s hit reality show.

Those writings are secret. “Just some observations,’’ says Miller, with a chuckle. Fans of “Celebrity Apprentice’’ surely recognize Miller, a 2008 graduate of the University of Rhode Island, as the show’s discreet “receptionist’’ who barely utters a word.

That’s fine with the 26-year-old New Yorker, who is thrilled to land the part and also work for Trump as vice president of marketing for the Trump Organization, his real estate and business empire based in the Big Apple....


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