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showing a thriving commercial development well into the '90s.

"Truly good and unique stuff," one Reddit user wrote in a thread about The Continent . "A spice store with the biggest selection in town, knife stores, tobacco stores, cheese stores, wine stores. You could find stuff there under one roof you pretty much couldn't find elsewhere. Layer on top of it cool residents, and lots of night life, you have a happening place…really special for its time."

"I had an apartment there in 91/92? It was really fantastic," wrote another user . "All the young people you can imagine, all the bars and restaurants you could want, party after party, live music, the Gathering on Thursdays, etc. the movies were great, tons of people would congregate outside by the water fountain."

The Continent in 2017 is almost entirely empty, with paint peeling from building walls.
Credit Sam Hendren

But other shopping and entertainment venues began chipping away at The Continent’s popularity. Beach says that its popularity began to wane in the 1990s.

"We don’t know if there’s one specific reason for that," Beach says. "It could be a combination of things. One, there was a lot of increased competition from other retail shopping areas: City Center opened up in the late ‘80s, that kind of pulled crowds away. We see Polaris, Tuttle Crossing and even Easton popping up and really people are visiting those areas more."

The Continent's own layout may have contributed to its decline.

Like Easton, a fountain was one of the centerpieces of The Continent. A statue of a soldier was also a landmark.
Credit Sam Hendren

"That North Columbus area where the Continent was located was becoming more isolated as people were flocking to these newer, suburban areas for entertainment and dining opportunities, and because The Continent was set up like more of a European-style market the streets were more narrow," Beach says. "It was a more compact shopping space so there wasn’t a lot of room for change and growth."

Easton Town Center, which opened in 1999, stood in contrast. It took a similar concept—open-air retail dining and shopping—but made it larger, more navigable.

"While The Continent was a destination on its own, Easton seems to have refined that idea a little bit more," Beach says. "And they’ve had more space to experiment."

The Continent opened in 1972, and saw its peak over the next two decades before fading by the late 1990s.
Credit Sam Hendren

On the other side of town, within The Continent, sidewalks once filled with customers are empty now. Most retail establishments have shut down or left, and there are an abundant number of business spaces for rent. Only the movie theater, indoor sports complex and a smattering of restaurants remain in the area.

The day after the election, the bare-bones transition team that had been set up during the campaign hurriedly shifted from Washington to Trump Tower. The building — now the headquarters of a populist revolution —­ suddenly seemed like an alien spaceship on Fifth Avenue. But its otherworldly air helped obscure the fact that few in Trump’s inner circle, with their overnight responsibility for assembling a government, had any relevant experience.

Ailes, a veteran of the Nixon, Reagan, and Bush 41 administrations, tried to impress on Trump the need to create a White House structure that could serve and protect him. “You need a son of a bitch as your chief of staff,” he told Trump. “And you need a son of a bitch who knows Washington. You’ll want to be your own son of a bitch, but you don’t know Washington.” Ailes had a suggestion: John Boehner , who had stepped down as Speaker of the House only a year earlier.

“Who’s that?” asked Trump.

As much as the president himself, the chief of staff determines how the Executive branch — which employs 4 million people — will run. The job has been construed as deputy president, or even prime minister. But Trump had no interest in appointing a strong chief of staff with a deep knowledge of Washington. Among his early choices for the job was Kushner — a man with no political experience beyond his role as a calm and flattering body man to Trump during the campaign.

It was Ann Coulter who finally took the president-elect aside. “Nobody is apparently telling you this,” she told him. “But you can’t. You just can’t hire your children.”

Bowing to pressure, Trump floated the idea of giving the job to Steve Bannon, only to have the notion soundly ridiculed. Murdoch told Trump that Bannon would be a dangerous choice. Joe Scarborough , the former congressman and co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe , told the president-elect that “Washington will go up in flames” if Bannon became chief of staff.

So Trump turned to Reince Priebus, the RNC chairman, who had become the subject of intense lobbying by House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. If congressional leaders were going to have to deal with an alien like Donald Trump, then best they do it with the help of one of their own kind.

Jim Baker, chief of staff for both Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush and almost everybody’s model for managing the West Wing, advised Priebus not to take the job. Priebus had his own reservations: He had come out of his first long meeting with Trump thinking it had been a disconcertingly weird experience. Trump talked nonstop and constantly repeated himself.

“Here’s the deal,” a close Trump associate told Priebus. “In an hour meeting with him, you’re going to hear 54 minutes of stories, and they’re going to be the same stories over and over again. So you have to have one point to make, and you pepper it in whenever you can.”

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