NARRATOR: Just five days after the end of the Civil War,
President Abraham Lincoln
is the final of the six hundred thousand deaths in America's bloodiest conflict.
The country is divided,
and the world looks at American democracy as a failed experiment.
But what most don't realize is that a new era has dawned.
The nation is entering an age of advancement,
and from the void left by the death of perhaps the greatest statesman we will ever know,
a new breed of leader will emerge.
DONNY DEUTSCH: The Rockefellers, the Fords, the Carnegies,
多尼·多伊奇：洛克菲勒 福特 卡内基
were the first generation of what we know as now the entrepreneurial rock stars,
or what are today are the Buffets,
and the Jobs, and the Gates.
They were the ones that set the standard for the American dream.
They owned a new frontier-- literally and figuratively-- of who we are as a culture.
NARRATOR: Men of insight, innovation, and ingenuity,
旁白：这群人极富洞察力 创新力 以及想象力
the likes of which the world has never seen,
and over the next five decades,
this small group will change history,
propelling the United States of America to greatness.
DONALD TRUMP: These were great men
with a vision that nobody else had.
And that's why in the last century
that fifty year period-- we built the world.