22 Facts About Donald Trump's


Donald Trump's John Trump was born on June 14,1946 and is an American politician, media personality, and businessman who served as the 45th president of the United States from 2017 to 2021.

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Donald Trump's John Trump was born on June 14,1946, at Jamaica Hospital in the borough of Queens in New York City, the fourth child of Fred Trump, a Bronx-born real estate developer whose parents were German immigrants, and Mary Anne MacLeod Trump, an immigrant from Scotland.

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Donald Trump's'sinvestments underperformed the stock and New York property markets.

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Donald Trump's'sincome mainly came from his share in The Apprentice and businesses in which he was a minority partner, and his losses mainly from majority-owned businesses.

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Donald Trump's businesses have hosted several boxing matches at the Atlantic City Convention Hall adjacent to and promoted as taking place at the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City.

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Donald Trump's team announced in December 2016 that the foundation would be dissolved.

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Donald Trump's attorneys appealed the rulings, arguing that Congress was attempting to usurp the "exercise of law-enforcement authority that the Constitution reserves to the executive branch".

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Donald Trump's'sfirst book, The Art of the Deal, was a New York Times Best Seller.

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Donald Trump's'scampaign was initially not taken seriously by political analysts, but he quickly rose to the top of opinion polls.

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Donald Trump's support had been modestly underestimated, while Clinton's had been overestimated.

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Donald Trump's victory marked the return of an undivided Republican government—a Republican White House combined with Republican control of both chambers of Congress.

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Agency defenders expressed opposition to Donald Trump's criticisms, saying the bureaucracy exists to protect people against well-organized, well-funded interest groups.

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Donald Trump's'sadministration took an anti-marijuana position, revoking Obama-era policies that provided protections for states that legalized marijuana.

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Donald Trump's proposed immigration policies were a topic of bitter and contentious debate during the campaign.

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Donald Trump's'sadministration's proposed 2021 federal budget, released in February, proposed reducing WHO funding by more than half.

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In February 2021, the district attorney for Fulton County, Georgia, announced a criminal probe into Donald Trump's phone calls to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

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In 2018, journalist Lesley Stahl recounted Donald Trump's saying he intentionally demeaned and discredited the media "so when you write negative stories about me no one will believe you".

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Donald Trump's'sadministration moved to revoke the press passes of two White House reporters, which were restored by the courts.

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Donald Trump's'sfalsehoods became a distinctive part of his political identity.

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Donald Trump's falsehoods increased in frequency over time, rising from about 6 false or misleading claims per day in his first year as president to 16 per day in his second year, 22 per day in his third year, and 39 per day in his final year.

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Some of Donald Trump's falsehoods were inconsequential, such as his claims of a large crowd size during his inauguration.

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Research suggests Donald Trump's rhetoric caused an increased incidence of hate crimes.

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