Maureen Dowd’s article in today’s (May 7th) New York Times that came under the headline, “Donald Trump or Paul Ryan: Who’s King of the Hill?” portrays the argument between Paul Ryan and Donald Trump, and wraps up with the following paragraph:
“For now,” Trump murmurs, taking out his hair spray for a spritz before he walks past the press octopus. “What I will remember is that you sabotaged me when I should have been savoring my success. And you should remember the No. 1 rule from “The Art of the Deal”: There can be only one No. 1, Two-Face.” (From The New York Times.)
I can’t understand what the last phrase, “There can be only one No. 1, Two-Face” means. Of course, there is only one No. 1. There cann't be two No. 1s, but what is “Two-Face,” and it’s not “Two faces”?