How Fredo, the tragic 'Godfather' character, became an insult wielded by Trump
Mafia boss Vito Corleone gathers oranges at the New York market as his hapless middle son Frederico sits in the black, chrome-tipped Cadillac Fleetwood.
Assassins scramble toward the kingpin with revolvers out, trap him against the car's hood and fire nearly a dozen shots into his back. Frederico leaps out, and in a panicked frenzy, drops his pistol as the gunmen slip away - leaving "Fredo" a broken, sobbing mess.
It was not the first time Fredo Corleone, sunken-eyed and sorrowful, h...