By Diane Brady
Donald Trump knows how to handle a hit. If it's a home run, like his reality show, The Apprentice, he'll milk it and pump it for every penny it's worth. And even a body blow, like being stripped of operational control in the struggling Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts (DJT), is taken in stride.
Technically, Trump has been fired -- at least as chief executive of Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts. The 57-year-old billionaire agreed to reduce his stake and give up operational control of the only publicly traded part of his empire as part of a deal announced on Aug. 9. Under the plan, which includes filing for bankruptcy, Cred