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Trump goes 'OBJECTified' on Fox News

President-elect Donald Trump broke with transition last night by leaving Trump Tower without his press pool before taking to social media to call his transition to the White House a "very organized process," despite showings signs of turmoil.  Nov. 16, 2016. (CBS Miami)

Fox News Channel and TMZ's Harvey Levin are teaming for a personal look at President-elect Donald Trump.

The special "OBJECTified: Donald Trump" debuts at 10 p.m. Friday with Levin as host. It repeats at 8 p.m. Sunday.

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The interview was conducted Sept. 15 during Trump's campaign for the presidency. Trump talks about objects in his home and shares stories about them.

"The special will feature a side of President-elect Donald Trump that has rarely been seen before," Fox News said in announcing the program. "Trump recounts the stories behind photos, letters, trophies and other cherished keepsakes he's acquired throughout his lifetime. President-elect Trump also explains how each object holds a special significance and how they have influenced his life."

But there's more. Fox News added: "The interview will trace Trump's life from a 3-year-old boy living in Queens to a family tragedy that still resonates with him, an unfulfilled dream of becoming a Hollywood movie mogul, and the decades old advice from a former president that planted the seeds for his presidential campaign."

The interview is a coup for Levin, who founded TMZ, the celebrity and entertainment news site.

Did you know Trump wanted to be a Hollywood mogul?

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