It has been a long time since I commented on Trump. I am glad it is done (or almost done) and don't have anything revolutionary to say about the architecture. It is what it is. But with regards to how it meets the street, I think it accomplishes well something that has been overlooked -- it looks like it has always been there. Trump's base doesn't scream out a certain era or data of construction nor does it flaunt anything particularly loud about its existence. To anyone not paying attention for the last eight years it could easily be mistaken for something that should be exactly where it is. It fits with its surroundings and doesn't apologize for its outward style or inward functionality.
Or put another way, Trump's base works in an area of the city that is busy working.
All glory to the hypnotoad