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Donald Trump

69Donald John Trump (born June 14, 1946) is an American real estate developer, television personality, business author, and political candidate. He is the chairman and president of The Trump Organization, and the founder of Trump Entertainment Resorts. Trump's career, branding efforts, lifestyle and outspoken manner helped make him a celebrity, a status amplified by the success of his NBC reality show, The Apprentice.

Trump is a son of Fred Trump, a New York City real estate developer. He worked for his father's firm, Elizabeth Trump & Son, while attending the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and officially joined the company in 1968. In 1971, he was given control of the company, renaming it The Trump Organization. Trump remains a major figure in American real estate.

On June 16, 2015, Trump formally announced his candidacy for president of the United States in the 2016 election, seeking the nomination of the Republican Party. Trump's early campaigning drew intense media

Donald Trump:’When you talk about George Bush – I mean, say what you want, the World Trade Center came down during his time.’

58Donald Trump pointedly notes in a new interview that the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks happened on President George W. Bush's watch.
In the interview with Bloomberg TV anchor Stephanie Ruhle, Trump did not directly blame Bush for the attacks.
Still, his remarks are sure to reverberate in GOP circles, especially given his rivalry with Jeb Bush — the former president's brother.
The topic came up when Ruhle raised a question near the end of her interview with Trump about leadership, and how some leaders have shown a softer touch.

Donald Trump:’Were I A Democrat, I’d Already Have Secret Service Protection’

9Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump said if he were a Democrat, he would have Secret Service protection by now. The outspoken frontrunner, who currently employs his own security detail, said the agency should have some liability due to his popularity. “They’re in no rush because I’m a Republican. They don’t give a s–t,” the billionaire told The Hill Tuesday. Then-candidate Barack Obama was placed under protection in May 2007 while running for the Democratic nomination. “Personally, I think if Obama were doing as well as me, he would’ve had Secret Service [earlier]. I have, by far, the biggest crowds,” he said.

Jay Z and Beyonce To Donate $15 Million To Donald Trump’s Presidential Campaign!!


Power couple Jay Z and Beyonce have announced that they will donate $15 million to Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. Trump made his bid for presidency this year for the Republican Party and is first runner up in the primaries as of today. The business tycoon has run for presidency before in 2000 under the Reform Party winning only the state of California during the primaries. The Carters have chosen to endorse Trump, a move that caught most of their fans off guard, considering the close relationship they have with the Obamas, who are democrats. “We associate with the Obamas because they are

Poll: Donald Trump maintains lead as outsiders surge.

7-1Donald Trump maintains his spot atop the 2016 GOP presidential field, according to a new CBS News poll that shows outsider candidates drawing 63 percent of the vote. The real-estate mogul garners 27 percent support in the poll, the same number he drew in the last edition of the poll one month ago. Ben Carson continues to place second with 21 percent support, down 2 points since the last poll.

Donald Trump:’You know, smart goes with tough. I know tough people that aren’t smart. That’s the worst. We need smart, we need tough, we need the whole package.’

6Donald Trump DESTROYS Media Cameras, Vegas Crowd EXPLODES, Trump Brings Screaming Hispanic Woman on Stage, Takes Credit for Kevin McCarthy Dropping Out. Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Campaign Rally in Las Vegas Republican 2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke at a campaign rally at Treasure Island Hotel in Las Vegas. Donald Trump VS Cameras during Las Vegas Speech: PAN THE ROOM!!! 10/8/2015. Donald Trump takes credit for Kevin McCarthy dropping out. Trump Brings Enthusiastic, Screaming Hispanic Supporter on Stage. You never know what could happen at a Donald Trump rally these days. Speaking to a crowd in Las Vegas on Thursday, the Republican presidential frontrunner asked a Hispanic woman to come on stage with him.

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders headline a bipartisan forum Monday sponsored by The Hill and the non-profit “No Labels.”



ight presidential candidates, including GOP front-runner Donald Trump and Democratic contender Bernie Sanders, will hit the stump in New Hampshire on Monday at a bipartisan forum sponsored by The Hill and the nonprofit No Labels.  Trump and Sanders will join Gov. John Kasich (R-Ohio), Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.), former Gov. Martin O’Malley (D-Md.),

Donald J. Trump shares surprising details with Scott Pelley about his tax plan. Watch on the ’60 Minutes’



onald Trump wants to rip up the North American Free Trade Agreement as one of his strategies for creating new jobs for the middle class. The Republican presidential candidate tells Scott Pelley the free trade agreement between Mexico, Canada and the U.S. is a "disaster." He says he will either break or renegotiate it so he can enact

Donald Trump:’This is a country where we speak English, not Spanish.’


hree Republican presidential candidates sparred over whether they should speak Spanish on the campaign trail. Frontrunner Donald Trump was asked about a comment earlier this month in which he argued that former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush should “set the example” by speaking English while in the United States. “We have a country, where, to assimilate, you have to speak English,” he responded. “We’ve had many people over the years, for many, many years, saying the same thing. This is a country where we speak English, not Spanish.”

Donald Trump:’ I’m not going anywhere, I’m leading every poll and I’m going to make our country great again!’


ashington (CNN)Donald Trump forcefully rejected the idea Tuesday that he might be considering getting out of the race as his lead in the polls has contracted in recent weeks. "I'm not going anywhere, I'm leading every poll and I'm going to make our country great again," Trump told CNN's Chris Cuomo on "New Day" on Tuesday morning.