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Donald Trump

American business magnate, television personality and author add

Category: Politics

Born in 1946.

Countries: United States (64%), (7%), United Kingdom (4%)

Main connections: Fake news, White House, Mike Pence

Linked to: Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Deutsche Bank, The Huffington Post, The Trump Organization




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Donald Trump was born in 1946 add something


At NYMA, in upstate New York, Trump earned academic honors, and played varsity football in 1962, varsity soccer in 1963, and varsity baseball from 1962 to 1964 add something


After I graduated from the New York Military Academy in 1964, I flirted briefly with the idea of attending film school add something


The baseball coach, Ted Dobias, a local celebrity for his work with area youth, awarded him the Coach's award in 1964 add something


He graduated in 1968 with a Bachelor of Science in economics add something


He worked for his father's firm, Elizabeth Trump & Son, while attending the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and in 1968 officially joined the company add something


He was given control of the company in 1971 and renamed it The Trump Organization add something


In 1971 Trump moved to Manhattan and became involved in larger building projects and utilized attractive architectural design to win public recognition add something


Walter Hoving - When he sold the air rights to Tiffany & Company to Donald Trump in 1979, he shook his hand sealing the deal


The Wollman Rink in Central Park, was started in 1980 with an expected 2½-year construction schedule but was nowhere near completion by 1986 add something


Donald's oldest brother, Fred Jr., died in 1981 at the age of 43 add something


Dave Lapham - He played with them until 1984, when he signed a ten-year guaranteed personal services contract with business tycoon Donald Trump, the majority owner of the New Jersey Generals


Walt Michaels - One month after the conclusion of the 1985 season, Michaels and his staff were let go by Generals' team owner Donald Trump after the team merged with the Houston Gamblers


John Jenkins (American football) - In 1986, Donald Trump, owner of the New Jersey Generals, bought the Houston Gamblers


Merv Griffin - He purchased Resorts Hotel and Casino, formerly Chalfonte-Haddon Hall Hotel in Atlantic City from Donald Trump in 1988


By 1989, poor business decisions left Trump unable to meet loan payments add something


Much of the news about him in the early 1990s involved his much publicized financial problems, creditor-led bailout, extramarital affair with Marla Maples , and the resulting divorce from his first wife, Ivana Trump add something


Since the 1990 U.S. elections, Donald Trump has made contributions to campaigns of both Republican Party and Democratic Party candidates add something


The late 1990s saw a resurgence in his financial situation and fame add something


In March 1990, Trump threatened to sue Janney Montgomery Scott, a stock brokerage firm, whose analyst had made negative comments on the financial prospects of Taj Mahal add something


Taj Mahal declared bankruptcy for the first time in November 1990 add something


Although he shored up his businesses with additional loans and postponed interest payments, by 1991 increasing debt brought Trump to business bankruptcy and the brink of personal bankruptcy add something


The Taj Mahal re-emerged from bankruptcy on October 5, 1991, with Trump ceding 50 percent ownership in the casino to the original bondholders in exchange for lowered interest rates on the debt and more time to pay it off add something


On November 2, 1992, the Trump Plaza Hotel filed a prepackaged Chapter 11 protection plan add something


In 1993, he married Marla Maples and together they had one child, Tiffany add something


Pizza Hut - In 1994, Donald Trump and ex-wife Ivana Trump featured in a commercial


In 1995, he combined his casino holdings into the publicly held Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts add something


Trump was elected to the Gaming Hall of Fame in 1995 add something


The Miss Universe Organization has been owned by Donald Trump since 1996 and the National Broadcasting Company became a joint partner in 2003 add something


Miss Universe Organization - After gaining prominence from various pageant enthusiasts, the pageant became part of Kayser-Roth and Gulf Western Industries, before being acquired by Donald Trump in 1996


Edd Griles - Griles was instrumental in the sale of Miss Universe to Donald Trump and worked for him in 1998


Oprah Winfrey - Winfrey considers Maya Angelou, author of "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings", her mentor and close friend; she calls Angelou her "mother-sister-friend" Winfrey hosted a week-long Caribbean cruise for Angelou and 150 guests for Angelou's 70th birthday in 1998, and in 2008, threw her "an extravagant 80th birthday celebration" at Donald Trump's Mar-A-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida


In the 2000 election, Trump expressed a desire to run as a third-party candidate for the United States presidency, considering a bid for the nomination of the Reform Party as a business conservative, socially moderate candidate add something


In 2001, he completed Trump World Tower, a 72-story residential tower across from the United Nations Headquarters add something


A. J. Benza - During a phone call with her and Donald Trump on the Howard Stern Show on May 10, 2001, the three of them argued about whether or not she left A. J. for Donald


Trump International Hotel and Tower (Chicago) - In July 2001, when Donald Trump announced plans for the site of the former seven-story Sun-Times Building, the tower was expected to reach a height of , which would have made it the world's tallest building


In January 2002, the Securities and Exchange Commission brought a financial-reporting case against Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts Inc., alleging that it had committed several "misleading statements in the company's third-quarter 1999 earnings release add something


Lisa Lampanelli - She made her break at the 2002 New York Friars' Club roast of Chevy Chase, and went on to participate in the roasts of Denis Leary, Pamela Anderson, Jeff Foxworthy, Flavor Flav, William Shatner, and Donald Trump and to serve as Roastmaster for Larry the Cable Guy


Justine Pasek - She was formally crowned Miss Universe 2002 by pageant co-owner Donald Trump in New York City , and a busy week of press engagements followed


In 2003, Trump became the executive producer and host of the NBC reality show, "The Apprentice", in which a group of competitors battled for a high-level management job in one of Trump's commercial enterprises add something


For 2004 and 2008, Trump speculated about running for President in the Republican party and for 2006 considered running for governor of New York as a representative of the party add something


In 2004, Donald Trump filed a trademark application for the catchphrase "You're fired add something


Finally, on October 21, 2004, Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts announced a restructuring of its debt add something


After the company applied for Chapter 11 Protection in November 2004, Trump relinquished his CEO position but retained a role as Chairman of the Board add something


Randal Pinkett - "The Apprentice" is a reality television series which premiered in January 2004, in which American entrepreneur Donald Trump uses a series of tasks and a process of elimination to ultimately select one candidate for a year long apprenticeship with one of his companies


Jesse Ventura - Less than a year later, he would be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on March 13, 2004, and the following night at WrestleMania XX, he approached the ring to interview Donald Trump, who had a front row seat at the event


Gloria Estefan - On July 28, 2004, at the Trump Tower building, in a press conference hosted by Donald Trump, Estefan announced that her then-upcoming tour would be her final one


Susie Essman - On October 15, 2004, she performed at the Friars Club roast of Donald Trump, in which she lampooned the tycoon with lines like "Donald, did you enjoy your meal- I heard your hair ordered the salmon" and "I'm so not your type


Trump and Knauss married on January 22, 2005, at Bethesda by the Sea Episcopal Church, on the island of Palm Beach, Florida, followed by a reception at Trump's Mar-A-Lago estate add something


Anna Wintour - At the 2005 Anglomania celebration, a "Vogue"-sponsored salute to British fashion at the Met, Wintour is said to have personally chosen the clothes for prominent attendees such as Jennifer Lopez, Kate Moss, Donald Trump and Diane von Fürstenberg


Trump International Hotel and Tower (Chicago) - During 2005 Donald Trump, Jr., who had been involved in the building since its earliest stages in 1999, was overseeing the construction with weekly visits, while Rancic worked on sales and marketing


Tommy Hilfiger - In 2005, a CBS TV reality show called "The Cut" tracked the progress of sixteen contestants as they competed for a design job with Hilfiger in similar fashion to Donald Trump's "The Apprentice"


Cristie Kerr - Kerr made an appearance on an episode of the third season of Donald Trump's television series "The Apprentice" in 2005


Jeffrey Ross - Ross is the current New York Friars' Club Roastmaster General, and was a roaster for the last eleven Comedy Central Roasts: Pamela Anderson in 2005, William Shatner in 2006, Flavor Flav in 2007, Bob Saget in 2008, Larry the Cable Guy in 2009, Joan Rivers in 2009, David Hasselhoff in 2010, Donald Trump, Charlie Sheen in 2011, Rosanne Barr in 2012 and James Franco in 2013


Alan Sugar - Sugar appears in the BBC TV series "The Apprentice", which has been broadcast annually since 2005 and is based upon the popular US television show of the same name, featuring the American entrepreneur Donald Trump


Alan Sugar - Sugar became the star of the BBC reality show "The Apprentice" which has had one series broadcast each year from 2005, in the same role as Donald Trump in the US version


Tower Heist - The idea for "Tower Heist" began development as early as 2005, when Murphy pitched a concept to producer Brian Grazer and Ratner concerning an all-star cast of black comedians including Chris Tucker, Kevin Hart, Dave Chappelle, Tracy Morgan, and Martin Lawrence, as a group of disgruntled employees who plan to rob Donald Trump and Trump Tower


David Brandon - On May 5, 2005, Brandon appeared on the third edition of Donald Trump's "The Apprentice" as part of the finale CEO interview panel


Melania gave birth to a boy named Barron William Trump, Trump's fifth child, on March 20, 2006 add something


In December 2006, talk show host Rosie O'Donnell criticized Trump's lenience toward Miss USA, Tara Conner, who had violated pageant behavioral guidelines add something


Michael Arden - He has been seen co-starring with Donald Trump in a Domino's Pizza television commercial, and with Regis and Kelly in a 2006 Commerce Bank commercial


The Apprentice (U.S. TV series) - In late August 2006, Donald Trump released Carolyn Kepcher from her duties at the Trump organization saying only that he "wishes her the best


Rosie O'Donnell - Also in December 2006, O'Donnell criticized billionaire Donald Trump for holding a press conference to reinstate Miss USA Tara Conner, accusing him of using her scandal to "generate publicity for the Miss USA Pageant" by announcing he was giving her a second chance


Katie Blair - On December 19, 2006, Donald Trump announced that Tara Conner would retain her title while entering a substance abuse treatment center


In 2007, Trump received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contribution to television add something


Trump said in an interview in 2007, "I'm very much independent in that way add something


Iraq War - In October 2007, Trump appeared on " Larry King Live" and delivered a strong criticism of then-United States President George W. Bush, particularly concerning the Iraq War add something


Megaworld Corporation - In 2007, Megaworld renamed a high-rise condominium project formerly called "The Trumps" into "One Central" after American real estate magnate Donald Trump threatened legal action over the name, saying the name "Trump" is unmistakably associated with him


Lanny Poffo - Poffo remains on good terms with WWE, having written a poem for in 2007 for the "Battle of the Billionaires" at WrestleMania 23 between Vince McMahon and Donald Trump


Chevrolet Tahoe - The 2007 Tahoe was featured on and promoted through Donald Trump's TV series, "The Apprentice", where the two teams put together a show for the top General Motors employees to learn about the new Tahoe


Chevrolet Tahoe - The 2007 Tahoe was featured on, and promoted through Donald Trump's "The Apprentice", where the two teams put together a show for the top General Motors employees to learn about the new Tahoe


Vince McMahon - In January 2007, McMahon started a feud with Donald Trump, which was featured on major media outlets


Trump International Hotel and Tower (Chicago) - In that year Donald Trump's children began to assume prominent public roles as in the Trump Organization; by January 2007 all three adult Trump children were executives in the acquisitions and development division of the organization


Ace Steel - On the January 8, 2007 edition of "WWE Raw", Ace Steel played Donald Trump in the match between "The Donald vs


Zuleyka Rivera - On April 1, 2007, Rivera appeared at WrestleMania 23 along with Miss USA 2007 Rachel Smith and Miss Teen USA 2006 Katie Blair, supporting Donald Trump in the Battle of the Billionaires match against Vince McMahon


Tara Conner - The series premiered on October 10, 2007, and during this episode Donald Trump revealed that Katie Blair had been the one who had turned in Conner for alcohol and drug abuse because she felt that Conner was trying to steal Blair's boyfriend Josh


Andrew Cusack in 2008 stated that Donald Trump is a member of New York City 's Marble Collegiate Church add something


In a February 2008 interview on ABC's Nightline Trump commented on his ex-wives by saying, "I just know it's very hard for them to compete because I do love what I do add something


On September 17, 2008, Trump officially endorsed John McCain for the U.S. Presidency on " Larry King Live" add something


In December 2008, Trump supported a government backed rescue plan for the American auto industry where the government would provide the debtor in possession financing for a Chapter 11 restructuring add something


Gabriel Aubry - He appeared in a Macy's commercial in early 2008 as part of an exclusivity with Calvin Klein alongside Mariah Carey, Martha Stewart, Donald Trump and Carlos Santana


Carol Alt - She was a contestant on NBC's 2008 "The Celebrity Apprentice", with Donald Trump, competing for her charity, the "'Tony Alt Memorial Foundation"' , which raises funds for scholarships for young adults to continue their studies


Trump International Hotel and Tower (Chicago) - By the time the Chicago Trump Tower's hotel opened in the building in January 2008, Donald Trump and his three adult children were in the spotlight, overseeing the construction


Trump International Hotel and Tower (Chicago) - In a separate legal development, Donald Trump was sued by former "Chicago Sun-Times" publisher F. David Radler and his daughters in February 2008 for rescinding all "friends and family" condominium purchases, including Radler's


Stephen Baldwin - From January to March 2008, Baldwin appeared on Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice" on NBC


Ed McMahon - On August 14, 2008, real estate mogul Donald Trump announced that he would purchase McMahon's home from Countrywide Financial and lease it to McMahon, so the home would not be foreclosed


Trump International Hotel and Tower (Chicago) - Though Donald Trump was absent from both of these ceremonies, he, Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric Trump attended the topping off party on September 24, 2008


In 2009, Aberdeenshire Council received a request on behalf of Trump International Golf Links Scotland to approve compulsory purchase orders on a number of local homes add something


Trump again registered as a Republican in 2009 after having registered with the Democratic Party in 2001 add something


On February 17, 2009 Trump Entertainment Resorts filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy; Trump stating on February 13 that he would resign from the board add something


McMahon "bought back" Raw on June 22, 2009 add something


Trump Entertainment Resorts - Formerly known as "'Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts"', it was founded by Donald J. Trump, who was Chairman of the Board of Directors until his resignation in 2009


Plane Stupid - Protesters wore clothes parodying those of Donald Trump and displayed a banner reading 'Plane Stupid Golf Open 2009'


Jared Kushner - Kushner married Ivanka Trump, daughter of Donald Trump, in a Jewish ceremony on October 25, 2009


A 2010 article in "The Daily Telegraph" stated that Trump was Catholic add something


In 2010, Trump said he considered himself a potential candidate for President of the United States in the 2012 election add something


In September 2010, Trump expressed on Anderson Cooper's show on CNN, his "suspicions of ulterior motives at the imam running the project" known as Park51, claiming the imam was "using religion" to get a good price for the real estate add something


Oreo - Another campaign started for Golden Double Stuf Oreo cookies with the brothers being challenged by Donald Trump & "Double Trump" played by Darrell Hammond; the date for this competition was January 24, 2010


In 2011 he wrote to Alex Salmond expressing his view that the planned structures were ugly add something


Trump's extravagant lifestyle, outspoken manner, and role on the NBC reality show "The Apprentice" have made him a well-known celebrity who was No. 17 on the 2011 Forbes Celebrity 100 list add something


In late January 2011 Trump International stated that it had "no interest" in pursuing compulsory purchase orders and claiming it had never applied for them add something


A Newsweek poll conducted February 2011 showed Trump within a few points of Obama, with many voters undecided in the November 2012 general election for President of the United States against Barack Obama add something


In March 2011, Trump was the subject of a Comedy Central Roast add something


A poll released in April 2011 by Public Policy Polling showed Trump having a nine point lead in a potential contest for the Republican nomination for President of the United States while he was still actively considering a run add something


In April 2011 on "Human Events", he said that he is "a Presbyterian within the Protestant group" add something


In April 2011, Trump attended the White House Correspondents' Dinner, featuring comedian Seth Meyers add something


In April 2011, it was reported that Trump was in the process of negotiating a deal with New York City to reopen the historic Tavern on the Green restaurant in Central Park add something


In an April 2011 NBC interview, Trump disclosed that he had sent researchers to Hawaii to investigate the matter of Obama's citizenship status, commenting "they cannot believe what they're finding", though no revelation or information was ever subsequently published add something


In an April 2011 interview, on the 700 Club, Trump said, "I'm a Protestant, I'm a Presbyterian add something


While it has been reported that he does not shake hands because of fear of germs, he claims this is "a rumor that the enemies say", and shook hands repeatedly in public during a visit to New Hampshire in April 2011 add something


On April 23, 2011, the New York-based TV station NY1 reported that Trump had not voted in primary elections in New York City for a span of 21 years, beginning after the city's mayoral primary in 1989, an accusation he has denied add something


The long-form of Obama's birth certificate was released by the White House on April 27, 2011 add something


"The Huffington Post" April 27, 2011 add something


On May 16, 2011, Trump announced he would not run for president add something


This scheduled visit is important because the event is taking place in mid June 2011, supposedly after Trump had been supposed to make his decision whether to or not to run add something


In December 2011, Trump was suggested as a possible Vice Presidential selection by Michele Bachmann, if she were to win the Republican nomination add something


' In 2012 Trump announced that if the windfarm were built he would abandon his plans for the hotel and housing at the golf links add something


In February 2012 he endorsed Mitt Romney prior to the Nevada caucuses add something


When it was announced that the documentary was to be given its UK television première on BBC Two on 21 October 2012, Trump's lawyers contacted the BBC to demand that the film should not be shown, claiming that it was defamatory and misleading add something


Arsenio Hall - On May 20, 2012, in the live season finale, Hall was chosen as the Celebrity Apprentice winner, being "hired" by billionaire real estate investor Donald Trump over the other celebrity finalist, singer Clay Aiken


Trump was a featured speaker at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference add something


Trump was inducted into the celebrity wing of the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013 at Madison Square Garden due to his contributions to the promotion add something


In January 2013, Trump endorsed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, during the 2013 Israeli elections stating that "A strong prime minister is a strong Israel add something


On April 24, 2013, Trump wrote a tweet about Jon Stewart of The Daily Show, with many believing it had anti-Semitic undertones add something


On June 5, 2013, Trump shared his his thoughts on race and crime on Twitter which was considered controversial and prejudiced, by critics add something


In October 2013, New York Republicans circulated a memo suggesting Trump should run of governor of the state in 2014 against Andrew Cuomo add something


The court rejected that request, but it gave Trump's lawyers until November 1, 2013, to file their response add something


Olivia Culpo - On June 16, 2013, Culpo along with her boss, Donald Trump announced the date and location for Miss Universe 2013; Moscow, Russia on November 9, 2013, on stage during the Miss USA 2013 pageant


On February 11, 2014, it was announced that Trump had purchased Doonbeg Golf Club in the Republic of Ireland add something


In April 2014, Trump purchased the Turnberry hotel and golf resort in Ayrshire, Scotland, which is a regular fixture in the Open Championship rota add something


Trump was one of at least three bidders for the team to submit nonbinding bids on the team in July 2014 and expected his bid to be lower than others add something


In the end, Trump was indeed outbid; the team was sold to Kim and Terrence Pegula in September 2014 add something


In October 2014 a New York judge found Trump personally liable for operating the for-profit investment school, Trump Entrepreneur Initiative, formerly known as Trump University, in violation of state education laws add something


Trump Entertainment Resorts - In early August of 2014 Donald Trump filed a lawsuit requesting his name be removed from the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino and the Taj Mahal facilities since he no longer runs or controls Trump Entertainment Resorts


In 2015, Trump was awarded the 'Liberty award' at the 'Algemeiner Jewish 100 Gala' in honor of his positive contributions to US-Israel relations add something


In February 2015, Trump opted not to renew his television contract for The Apprentice, generating speculation that he may run for President of the United States in 2016 add something


In May 2015, Trump opposed giving President Obama fast track trade authority for the Trans Pacific Partnership trade agreement add something


In June 2015, Trump's appeal objecting to an offshore windfarm within sight of the golf links was overruled add something


On June 16, 2015, $Donald_Trump (Category:Donald_Trump) formally announced his candidacy for president of the United States in the 2016 election at Trump Tower in Manhattan add something


On July 2, 2015, Trump announced he had warded exclusive rights to air the Miss Universe and Miss USA Pageants to Reelz Channel, after NBC and Univision cancelled add something


On July 6, 2015, Trump issued a 3-page, 881-word written statement clarifying his earlier comments on illegal immigration, which read in part: add something


A survey conducted by The Economist/YouGov released July 9, 2015 became significant as the first major nationwide poll to show Trump as the 2016 Republican presidential frontrunner add something


A Suffolk/USA Today poll released July 14, 2015 showed Trump with a four point lead over his closest rival add something


In an interview with NBC News in Charlottesville, VA, on July 14, 2015, Trump called the newly-announced nuclear deal with Iran "terrible", saying that the president negotiated the agreement "from desperation add something


On August 5, 2015, a documentary about Trump in the 1980s and 90s appeared online, called, What's the Deal- add something


In September 2015, he invited dozens of Christian and Jewish leaders to his New York City offices for a meeting and laying on off hands prayer gathering add something


On September 30, 2015, he asked for and received a blessing from prominent Greek Orthodox priest Emmanuel Lemelson, who he asked to offer the invocation at a Trump campaign rally in Keene, New Hampshire add something


Following that poll, from July to November 2015, Trump polled at or near the top of most opinion polls for the GOP nomination, often polling at between 20 and 35 percent of Republicans add something


The Turkish owner of Trump Towers Istanbul, who pays Trump for the use of his name, was reported in December 2015 to be exploring legal means to dissociate the property after the candidate's call to bar Muslims from entering the United States add something


However, this degree was revoked on December 9, 2015 because Trump had made "a number of statements that are wholly incompatible with the ethos and values of the university" add something


On December 28, 2015, Trump was named the Top Name in Global English by the Global Language Monitor finishing ahead of Pope Francis, Vladimir Putin, and Angela Merkel add something


When it comes to fixative, Trump said at a rally on December 30, 2015, in Hilton Head, South Carolina that he likes to liberally apply hair product in his New York apartment add something


Tana Goertz - In July of 2015, she began working in Iowa to elect Donald Trump president of the U.S.A.


Lupita Jones - In response to negative comments on Mexicans by Donald Trump, part-owner of the Miss Universe organization, Jones endorsed withdrawal of the 2015 contestant from Mexico and urged a boycott of products associated with the 2015 pageant


J Balvin - In June 2015, it was announced that J Balvin cancelled his performance on Miss USA 2015 to protest Donald Trump's inflammatory comments insulting Latin people


NBC - NBCUniversal relinquished the rights to Miss Universe and Miss USA on June 29, 2015, as part of its decision to cut business ties with Donald Trump and the Miss Universe Organization in response to controversial remarks about Mexican immigrants made by Trump during the launch of his 2016 campaign for the Republican Presidential nomination


Lindsey Graham - In July 2015, Graham called Donald Trump a "jackass" during an interview on CNN


Ted Nugent - In a blog post published in July 2015, he praised Donald Trump's presidential candidacy and called for Trump to be given the Medal of Freedom


Henry Cuellar - On July 23, 2015, the occasion of Donald Trump's Republican presidential campaign visit to Laredo, the Democrat Cuellar said that the New York City business tycoon has "overgeneralized and exacerbated a rhetoric of immigrant crime that has offended many, particularly those of Mexican heritage


Laredo, Texas - On July 23, 2015, the occasion of Donald Trump's Republican presidential campaign visit to Laredo, city officials, led by May or Pete Saenz, heartily welcomed the New York City business tycoon to their heavily Democrat city


Dennis Rodman - On July 24, 2015, Rodman publicly endorsed Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign


Kelly Osbourne - On 4 August 2015, while appearing as a guest co-host on "The View", Kelly landed herself in hot water when she said, "If you kick every Latino out of this country, who is going to be cleaning your toilet, Donald Trump-" Her comments were in response to GOP Presidential hopeful Donald Trump's controversial stance on illegal Mexican immigration


Ted Cruz - Also in September 2015, Cruz along with Donald Trump and Sarah Palin headlined an anti-Iran rally on the West Lawn of the Capitol sponsored by the Tea Party Patriots against the agreement


Mark Cuban - In September 2015, Cuban stated in an interview that running for president was "a fun idea to toss around", and that, if he were running in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, he "could beat both Trump and Clinton"


Arnold Schwarzenegger - In September 2015, it was announced Schwarzeneggar would replace Donald Trump as host of Celebrity Apprentice


Miss Universe Organization - Up until September 2015, the Miss Universe Organization was a joint venture between NBC and Donald Trump


Miss Universe - On September 11, 2015 Donald Trump announced that he had bought out NBC's ownership stake in the Miss Universe Organization


Carly Fiorina - Her performances in early debates for the Republican primary nomination, particularly her rebukes of front runner Donald Trump in the September 16, 2015 debate, earned her significant momentum as a dark-horse candidate


Andy Samberg - Samberg hosted the 67th Primetime Emmy *awards on September 20, 2015, during which in his opening monologue, he referred to US presidential candidate Donald Trump as possibly being racist, telling the studio and television audience "Well, I've gotta say, sure, Donald Trump "seems" racist


Anthony Mackie - In October 2015, it was reported that Mackie had endorsed Donald Trump for president of the United States, saying that he had "drunk the Kool-Aid


Barbara Walters - Walters appeared on a November 2015 episode of 20/20 interviewing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump


This Is Acting - On 7 November 2015, Sia performed "Alive" and "Bird Set Free" on "Saturday Night Live"; the episode was hosted by Donald Trump


David Duke - In December 2015, Duke said Donald Trump speaks more radically than he does, advising that Trump's radical speech is both a positive and a negative


Trump formally announced his candidacy for president of the United States in the 2016 elections on June 16, 2015, from his headquarters in Trump Tower in New York City add something


On January 19, 2016, former Alaska Governor and Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin endorsed Trump for president add something


On February 18, 2016, he said that by the time the invasion occurred, he had become an opponent add something


On February 29, 2016, comedian John Oliver talked about Trump on his HBO show "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver", in the episode "Donald Trump" add something


As of March 2016, he has won 15 contests in the 2016 Republican Presidential Primaries add something


As of March 16, 2016, he has won 19 contests in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries add something


As of March 23, 2016, Trump has won 21 contests in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries add something


As of April 19, 2016, he has won 22 contests in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries add something


As of April 26, 2016, he has won 27 contests in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries add something


As of May 3, 2016, he has won 28 contests in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries add something


A few weeks later, on May 26, 2016, the Associated Press reported that Trump had gained the 1,237 delegates needed to secure the Republican nomination add something


Finishing in June 2016 with nearly 14 million votes, Trump broke the all-time record for winning the most primary votes in the history of the Republican Party add something


In June 2016, Trump claimed he was among the earliest opponents of the war add something


Trump began targeting Hillary Clinton, who became the presumptive Democratic nominee on June 6, 2016, and continued to campaign across the country under police protection add something


In July 2016, Trump and Clinton became tied in major U.S. polls after Clinton's lead collapsed following the FBI's conclusion of its investigation into her ongoing email controversy add something


On July 15, 2016, Trump announced U.S. Governor Mike Pence as his running mate add something


Trump officially became the Republican presidential nominee on July 19, 2016 add something


Trump was formally nominated on July 19, 2016 at the 2016 Republican National Convention add something


Trump officially accepted the nomination on July 21, 2016 at the Republican National Convention, in a speech inspired by Richard Nixon's 1968 acceptance speech add something


In late August 2016, Trump hinted he might soften his position calling for the deportation of all undocumented immigrants add something


On August 31, 2016, he made a visit to Mexico and met with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, saying he wanted to build relations with the country add something


During Congressional hearings of IRS commissioner John Koskinen in September 2016, Trump was asked by Jerry Nadler, a Democratic representative from New York, if "there anything that would prohibit someone from releasing their tax returns, if they want to, because they're under audit-" add something


In September 2016, Trump discussed his health on the "The Dr. Oz Show" add something


On September 26, 2016, Trump participated in a televised debate with Hillary Clinton add something


On October 3, 2016, the attorney general office for New York formally notified Trump that the Trump Foundation was in violation of New York laws regarding charities and ordered it to immediately cease its fundraising activities add something


If he does not release his tax returns before the November 2016 election, he would be the first major party candidate since Gerald Ford in 1976 not to do so add something


On November 8, 2016, Trump won the presidency with 306 electoral votes to 232 received by Clinton add something


In the early hours of November 9, 2016, Trump received a phone call in which Clinton conceded the presidency to him add something


Trump's transition team was led by Chris Christie until November 11, 2016, when Vice President-elect Mike Pence took over add something


On November 13, 2016, Trump nominated Reince Preibus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, for the position of White House Chief of Staff add something


Trump" case was set for trial in San Diego beginning November 28, 2016 add something


In December 2016, Forbes ranked &Donald_Trump (Category:Donald_Trump) the second most powerful person in the world, after Vladimir Putin and before Angela Merkel add something


On December 5, 2016, Donald and Ivanka Trump invited prominent climate change activist Al Gore to a private meeting add something


On December 9, 2016, senior Obama administration officials indicated that Russia provided Wikileaks with thousands of hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta with the goal of influencing the outcome of the election add something


Bob Dole - Although Dole has publicly endorsed Jeb Bush in the 2016 presidential elections, he supports Donald Trump as the most likely candidate, referring to himself as "a big Trump supporter", believing that he is the candidate most likely to succeed in compromising


Pat Buchanan - Buchanan supported Donald Trump's nomination as Republican Presidential candidate for the 2016 Presidential election


Jared Kushner - He is the son of American real estate developer Charles Kushner and is married to Ivanka Trump, the daughter of American real estate mogul, 2016 presidential candidate, and reality television star Donald Trump


Carl Icahn - Icahn endorsed Donald Trump for the 2016 US presidential election


Arthur Adams (comics) - In 2016 he provided the illustration for a satirical piece in "GQ" magazine that imagined a number of controversial public figures as comic book supervillains, including Donald Trump, Vladimir_Putin, Sepp Blatter, Martin Shkreli and Kris Jenner


Marsha Blackburn - In early 2016, there were rumors in political spheres that Mrs. Blackburn was being vetted to be a running mate for Donald Trump


John McCain - In the Republican Party presidential primaries, 2016, McCain said he would support the Republican nominee even if it was Donald Trump, but following Romney's March 3 Speech, McCain endorsed the sentiments expressed in that speech, saying he had serious concerns about Trump's "uninformed and indeed dangerous statements on national security issues"


Ann Coulter - In the 2016 Republican Party presidential primaries, she endorsed Donald Trump for president


Loretta Lynn - Lynn has gone on the record in 2016 to state that she is supporting Donald Trump in his run for the presidency


Ann Romney - Over the course of the 2016 election cycle, Romney showed sympathy toward Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton since she experienced claims of not being relatable as well as being out-of-touch and being puzzled by Donald Trump's success despite touting his wealth whereas the Romneys had not yet still were criticized for not relating to common voters because of theirs


Carl Paladino - Paladino endorsed Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election


John McCain - Relations between the two had been fraught since early in the Donald Trump presidential campaign, 2016, when the real estate mogul had said of McCain, saying "He's not a war hero


Roger Stone - Stone served as an advisor to the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump


New York City - When one Republican presidential candidate for the 2016 election ridiculed the liberalism of "New York values" in January 2016, Donald Trump, leading in the polls, vigorously defended his city


Sarah Palin - On January 19, 2016, Palin endorsed Donald Trump for president at a rally at Iowa State University


Scott Brown - In February 2016, Brown endorsed Donald Trump's presidential election bid


David Duke - In February 2016, Duke urged his listeners to vote Trump saying "that voting for anyone besides Donald Trump is really treason to your heritage


Kid Rock - In February 2016, he voiced approval for Donald Trump's campaign for the same office


Paul LePage - LePage initially endorsed Chris Christie for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, but after Christie dropped out LePage endorsed Donald Trump just in February 2016 hours after Christie did


Jeff Sessions - On February 28, 2016, he endorsed Donald Trump to be President of the United States


Louis C.K. - He sent an outspoken e-mail to those subscribed to his mailing list in March 2016, condemning Republican candidate Donald Trump of the 2016 presidential election, likening him to Adolf Hitler and calling him an "insane bigot", but added "He's not a monster


Anonymous (group) - In March 2016 Anonymous declared war on Donald Trump


Nigel Farage - In March 2016, Farage endorsed Donald Trump's presidential campaign, opining that the New York-based businessman would be more "pro-British" than incumbent Barack Obama


Jon Voight - On March 9, 2016 he endorsed Donald Trump for the Republican 2016 nomination saying, "Donald is funny, playful and colorful, but most of all, he is honest


Ben Carson - On March 11, 2016, Carson endorsed the candidacy of Donald Trump and at the press conference stated that Trump had a "cerebral" side


Marco Rubio - He suspended his campaign for President on March 15, 2016, after losing the Republican primary in his home state of Florida to Donald Trump by double digits


On January 3, 2017, Fox News reported that Trump was planning to restructure the intelligence community add something


At a press conference on January 10, 2017, Trump said he and his daughter Ivanka will resign all roles with The Trump Organization, while his two oldest sons Don Jr. and Eric run the business, together with existing Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg add something


On January 13, 2017, Trump met with a Princeton physics professor William Happer, who says benefits of climate change outweigh any harm add something


The inauguration of &Donald_Trump (Category:Donald_Trump) as 45th President was held on Friday, January 20, 2017 add something


On January 28, 2017, a U.S special forces operation was carried out in Yakla, Al Bayda province in central Yemen, in the first combat operation sanctioned by the Trump administration add something


By February 8, 2017, President Trump had fewer cabinet nominees confirmed than any other president except George Washington by the same length of time into his presidency add something


The first rally paid for by the committee, and thus the official start of the campaign, takes place on February 18, 2017, less than a month after he takes office add something


The settlement was called into question on March 6, 2017, when Sherri Simpson, a Florida bankruptcy lawyer and former Trump University student, filed an objection add something


On April 7, 2017, Trump ordered the 2017 Shayrat missile strike add something


On May 9, 2017, Trump dismissed FBI Director James Comey, attributing the action to recommendations from Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy_Attorney_General (United_States_Deputy_Attorney_General) Rod Rosenstein add something


According to a current and former government official, Trump discussed highly classified intelligence in a May 10, 2017 Oval Office meeting with Russian foreign minister Sergey V. Lavrov and ambassador Sergey I. Kislyak, providing details that could expose the source of the information and the manner in which it was collected add something


The last Cabinet member, Robert Lighthizer, took office as U.S. Trade Representative on May 11, 2017, more than four months after his nomination add something


On May 22, 2017, Trump was the first sitting U.S. president to visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem, during his first foreign trip, visiting Israel, Italy, the Vatican, and Belgium add something


After winning the presidency, Trump said he had an "open mind" towards the Paris agreement, but on June 1, 2017, he announced that the United States would withdraw from the Paris agreement, making the United States one of only three nations, including Syria and Nicaragua, to do so add something


On June 26, 2017, the Supreme Court allowed the partial implementation of the executive order, with a full hearing will be held in October 2017 add something


On June 26, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the lower courts and allowed a portion of the executive order to take effect add something


In the White House, Trump chose RNC chairman Reince Priebus as White House Chief of Staff; he was replaced by retired Marine General John F. Kelly on July 28, 2017 add something


He appointed businessman and media executive Steve Bannon as White House Chief Strategist; Bannon resigned on August 18, 2017 and no replacement has been named add something


On October 24, 2017, the Supreme Court dismissed the only remaining travel ban appeal as being moot because the revised order had expired add something


On December 6, 2017, Trump officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, despite objections from Palestinian leaders add something


In an emergency session on 21 December 2017, the United Nations General Assembly condemned the move by adopting a resolution that "calls upon all States to refrain from the establishment of diplomatic missions in the Holy City of Jerusalem add something


In 2018 comments he made during an Oval Office meeting about immigration in which he referred to African countries, El Salvador, and Haiti as "shithole countries" were internationally condemned as racist add something


In January 2018, South Korean president Moon Jae-in praised Trump's tough stance toward the North, stating that Trump deserved "big" credit for his efforts in facilitating talks between North and South Korea add something


In February 2018, Trump praised the bill for increasing pay for millions, after announcements of bonuses from many companies add something


In March 2018, the White House confirmed that President Trump would accept a meeting invitation from Kim Jong Un add something


On March 8, 2018, he signed an order imposing import tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum, with exemptions for Canada, Mexico, and possibly other countries add something


In April 2018, following an FBI raid on the office and home of Trump's private attorney Michael Cohen, Trump mused aloud about firing Mueller add something


"The New York Times" reported in April 2018 that Trump had again wanted the investigation shut down in early December 2017, but stopped after learning the news reports he based his decision on were incorrect add something


On April 13, 2018, he announced missile strikes against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, following a suspected chemical attack near Damascus add something


In May 2018, Trump's annual financial disclosure revealed that he reimbursed Cohen in 2017 for payments related to Daniels add something


On May 18, 2018 &Donald_Trump (Category:Donald_Trump) announced that the United States would be leaving the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action add something


In a June 2018 Quinnipiac University poll, 49 percent of respondents believed that Trump is racist while 47 percent believed he is not add something


In August 2018, Trump wrote that Attorney General Jeff Sessions should stop the special counsel investigation right now; he referred to it as a rigged witch hunt add something


In October 2018, "The New York Times" published an "exposé" drawing on more than 100,000 pages of tax returns and financial records from Fred Trump's businesses, and interviews with former advisers and employees add something


In a December 7, 2018 sentencing memorandum for Cohen, federal prosecutors implicated Trump in directing Cohen to commit the campaign finance law felonies for which Cohen had pleaded guilty add something


On December 13, 2018 Trump denied directing Cohen to make hush payments add something


By December 18, 2018, of 706 key positions, 381 had been filled and Trump had no nominee for 123 add something


The tax reform Trump signed into law at the end of his first year in office effectively repealed the individual health insurance mandate that was a major element of the Obamacare health insurance system; this repeal is scheduled to be implemented in 2019 add something


On January 6, 2019, national security advisor John Bolton announced America would remain in Syria until ISIS is eradicated and Turkey guaranteed it would not strike America's Kurdish allies add something


By January 8, 2019, of 706 key positions, 433 had been filled and Trump had no nominee for 264 add something


"The New York Times" reported on January 11, 2019, that FBI counterintelligence grew concerned about Trump's ties to Russia during the 2016 campaign but held off opening an investigation because of uncertainty about how to proceed on such a sensitive matter add something


On January 25, 2019, Congress passed and Trump signed a 3-week appropriation bill to fund the government while negotiations on border security funding take place add something


On February 11, 2019 he slammed Iranian government on the 40th anniversary of the Iranian, by tweeting a message in Persian, which was followed by the Iranian foreign Minister, Moahammad Javad Zarif's response referring to what he described as the United State's 40 year long wrong decisions and asking Trump to "rethink failed US policy" add something


In March 2019 the House Judiciary Committee launched a broad investigation of Trump for possible obstruction of justice, corruption, and abuse of power add something


On March 22, 2019, the Special Counsel concluded their investigation and gave the final report to Attorney General William Barr add something


On March 24, 2019, a synopsis of the special counsel's final report issued by Attorney General William Barr said that Mueller did not find that Trump or his campaign had colluded or conspired with Russia during the 2016 election, but he did not reach a conclusion one way or the other regarding obstruction of justice add something


In April 2019, the House Ways and Means Committee made a formal request to the Internal Revenue Service for Trump's personal and business tax returns from 2013 to 2018 add something


On April 18, 2019, a redacted version of the final Mueller Report was released to the public add something


On April 30, 2019 judge Emmet_Sullivan (Emmet_G._Sullivan), who had been presiding over the suit in the DC District Court, declined a request from Trump's attorneys to dismiss the case add something


Analysis conducted by CNBC in May 2019 found that Trump "enacted tariffs equivalent to one of the largest tax increases in decades," while Tax Foundation and Tax Policy Center analyses found the tariffs could wipe out the benefits of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 for many households add something


On May 10, 2019, committee chairman Richard Neal subpoenaed the Treasury Department and the IRS for the returns and seven days later the subpoenas were defied add something


On May 20, 2019, DC District Court judge Amit Mehta ruled that Mazars must comply with the subpoena add something


On May 22, 2019, judge Edgardo Ramos of the federal District Court in Manhattan rejected the Trump suits against Deutsche Bank and Capital One, ruling the banks must comply with congressional subpoenas add something


Upon announcing the formal closure of the investigation and his resignation from the Justice Department on May 29, 2019, Mueller stated, "If we had had confidence that the President clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so add something


Trump's attorneys filed notice to appeal to the Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit the next day; the appeal was filed on June 10, 2019, arguing that Congress was attempting to usurp the "exercise of law-enforcement authority that the Constitution reserves to the executive branch add something