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Donald J. Trump Biography

Donald J. Trump Biography

 

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Donald J. Trump India Visit Date 24.02.2020, Donald Trump visited Ahmedabad and Delhi on his maiden state visit to India. 


On the first day of his two-day visit to India, Trump, along with First Lady Melania Trump, will be in Gujarat, PM Modi's home state.

 

Donald Trump India Visit: US President Donal J. Trump will be on his first state visit to India on February 24-25 on the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

 

In a statement announcing the India visit of the US President, White House Press secretary Stephanie Grisham had said, “During a phone call over the weekend, President Trump and Prime Minister Modi agreed the trip will further strengthen the US-India strategic partnership and highlight the strong and enduring bonds between the American and Indian people.”

 

 

Donald Trump will visit Ahmedabad and Delhi on his maiden state visit to India.  On the first day of his two-day visit to India, Trump, along with First Lady Melania Trump, will be in Gujarat, PM Modi’s home state.

 

They are expected to begin their tour by visiting Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad. As a reason behind Ahmedabad featuring on Trump’s itinerary list, the White House statement had mentioned, “It played an important role in Mahatma Gandhi’s life and leadership of the Indian independence movement.”

 

 Sabarmati Ashram Ahmedabad.

On the second day, Trump is expected to visit Delhi where he is expected to wrap up issues related to trade and defense deals which he can showcase in his campaign.

 

What can be expected from this trip?

After the visit was announced, Trump, hinting at a limited trade package said, “We want to do something. We’ll see. If we can make the right deal, we’ll do it.”

 

Donald Trump Biography

Donald John Trump is the 45th and current President of the United States; he took office on January 20, 2017. Previously, he was a real estate mogul and a former reality TV star.

 

Born in Queens, New York, in 1946, Trump became involved in large, profitable building projects in Manhattan. In 1980, he opened the Grand Hyatt New York, which made him the city's best-known developer.

 

In 2004, Trump began starring in the hit NBC reality series The Apprentice. Trump turned his attention to politics, and in 2015 he announced his candidacy for president of the United States on the Republican ticket.

 

After winning a majority of the primaries and caucuses, Trump became the official Republican candidate for president on July 19, 2016.

That November, Trump was elected the 45th President of the United States, after defeating Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

 

Donald Trump’s Parents

Father

Trump’s father, Frederick Trump, was a builder and real estate developer who specialized in constructing and operating middle-income apartments in Queens, Staten Island and Brooklyn.

 

 

Mother

Trump’s mother, Mary MacLeod, immigrated from Tong, Scotland, in 1929 at the age of 17. She and Fred Trump married in 1936. The couple settled in Jamaica, Queens, and a neighborhood that was, at the time, filled with Western European immigrants.

As the family’s wealth increased, Mary became a New York socialite and philanthropist.

 

Fred died in 1999, and Mary passed away the following year.

 

Donald Trump’s Siblings

 

Donald was the fourth of five children.

 

Maryanne Trump Barry was a senior judge of the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, but took inactive stats soon after her brother became president.

 

Fred Trump Jr. worked briefly with his father and then became a pilot. He struggled with alcohol and died in 1981 at the age of 43, prompting Donald to announce that he never drinks alcohol or take drugs.

 

He had a profound impact on my life, because you never know where you're going to end up," Trump said.

 

Elizabeth Trump Grau is a retired banker who is married to film producer James Grau.

 

Robert Trump is Donald’s younger brother who spent much of his career working for the family company.

 

Donald Trump’s Wives

Melania Trump

Trump is currently married to former Slovenian model Melania Trump, who is more than 23 years his junior. In January 2005, the couple married in a highly-publicized and lavish wedding.

 

Among the many celebrity guests at the wedding were Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton.

 

Ivana Trump

In 1977, Trump married his first wife Ivana Trump, a New York fashion model who had been an alternate on the 1972 Czech Olympic Ski Team.

 

She was named vice president in charge of design in the Trump Organization and played a major role in supervising the renovation of the Commodore and the Plaza Hotel.

 

 

The couple had three children together: Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka and Eric. They went through a highly publicized divorce that was finalized in 1992.

 

Marla Maples

In 1993 Trump married his second wife, Marla Maples, an actress with whom he had been involved for some time and already had a daughter, Tiffany.

 

Trump would ultimately file for a highly publicized divorce from Maples in 1997, which became final in June 1999.

 

A prenuptial agreement allotted $2 million to Maples.

 

Donald Trump’s Children

Trump has five children. He and his first wife, Ivana Trump, had three children together: Donald Trump Jr., born in 1977; Ivanka Trump, born in 1981, and Eric Trump, born in 1984.

 

Trump and his second wife, Marla Maples, had daughter Tiffany Trump in 1993. And current wife Melania Trump gave birth to Trump’s youngest child, Barron William Trump, in March 2006.

 

Trump's sons — Donald Jr. and Eric— work as executive vice presidents for The Trump Organization. They took over the family business while their father serves as president.

 

Trump's daughter Ivanka was also an executive vice president of The Trump Organization. She left the business and her own fashion label to join her father's administration and become an unpaid assistant to the president.

 

Her husband, Jared Kushner, is also a senior adviser to President Trump.

 

Ivana Trump, Eric Trump, Donald Trump, and Ivanka Trump as they sit at a table at the Mar-a-Lago in 1998

 

 

Donald Trump’s Childhood and Education

Trump was born on June 14, 1946, in Queens, New York. He was an energetic, assertive child. In the 1950s, the Trumps’ wealth increased with the postwar real estate boom.

 

At age 13, Trump’s parents sent him to the New York Military Academy, hoping the discipline of the school would channel his energy in a positive manner.

 

He did well at the academy, both socially and academically, rising to become a star athlete and student leader by the time he graduated in 1964.

 

Trump entered Fordham University in 1964. He transferred to the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania two years later and graduated in 1968 with a degree in economics.

 

During his years at college, Trump worked at his father’s real estate business during the summer. He also secured education deferments for the draft for the Vietnam War and ultimately a 1-Y medical deferment after he graduated.

 

Donald Trump’s Religion

Trump was raised Presbyterian by his mother, and he identifies as a mainline Protestant.

 

 

Trump’s Real Estate and Businesses

Trump followed his father into a career in real estate development, bringing his grander ambitions to the family business. Trump’s business ventures include The Trump Organization, Trump Tower, casinos in Atlantic City and television franchises like The Apprentice and Miss Universe.

 

Trump has business deals with the Javits Center and the Grand Hyatt New York, as well as other real estate ventures in New York City, Florida and Los Angeles.

 

The Art of the Deal

In 1987, Trump published the book The Art of the Deal, co-authored with Tony Schwartz. In the book, Trump describes how he successfully makes business deals.

 

“I DON’T do it for the money. I’ve got enough, much more than I’ll ever need. I do it to do it. Deals are my art form,” Trump wrote.

 

The book made the New York Times best-seller list, although the number of copies sold has been debated; sales have been estimated at between 1 to 4 million copies to-date.

 

Schwartz later became an outspoken critic of the book and of Trump, saying he felt remorseful for helping make the president “more appealing than he is.”

 

 

Donald Trump’s Wealth

Over the years, Trump’s net worth has been a subject of public debate. Because Trump has not publicly released his tax returns, it’s not possible to definitively determine his wealth in the past or today.

 

However Trump valued his businesses at least $1.37 billion on his 2017 federal financial disclosure form, published by the Office of Government Ethics. Trump’s 2018 disclosure form put his revenue for the year at a minimum of $434 million from all sources.

 

In 1990, Trump asserted his own net worth in the neighborhood of $1.5 billion. At the time, the real estate market was in decline, reducing the value of and income from Trump's empire.

 

The Trump Organization required a massive infusion of loans to keep it from collapsing; a situation which raised questions as to whether the corporation could survive bankruptcy. Some observers saw Trump's decline as symbolic of many of the business, economic and social excesses that had arisen in the 1980s.

 

 

Trump's Tax Returns

Trump’s net worth was questioned over the course of his 2016 presidential run, and he courted controversy after repeatedly refusing to release his tax returns while they were being audited by the Internal Revenue Service.

 

He did not release his tax returns during the election, and he has not to date. It was the first time a major party candidate had not released such information to the public before a presidential election since Richard Nixon in 1972.

 

Trump University

In 2005, Trump launched his for-profit Trump University, offering classes in real estate and acquiring and managing wealth.

 

The venture had been under scrutiny almost since its inception and at the time of his 2015 presidential bid, it remained the subject of multiple lawsuits.

 

In the cases, claimants accused Trump of fraud, false advertising and breach of contract. Controversy about the suits made headlines when Trump suggested that U.S.

 

District Court Judge Gonzalo Curial could not be impartial in overseeing two class action cases because of his Mexican heritage.

 

 

Donald J. Trump Foundation

Later, in a separate incident related to Trump University, it was reported that Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi decided not to join the existing New York fraud lawsuit.

 

This came just days after she had received a sizable campaign donation from the Donald J. Trump Foundation, which was founded in 1988 as a private charity organization designed to make donations to nonprofit groups.

 

 

Donald Trump’s Political Party: Republican or Democrat?

Trump is currently registered as a Republican. He has switched parties several times in the past three decades.

 

In 1987, Trump registered as a Republican; two years later, in 1989, he registered as an Independent. In 2000, Trump ran for president for the first time on the Reform platform. In 2001, he registered as a Democrat.

 

By 2009, Trump had switched back to the Republican Party, although he registered as an Independent in 2011 to allow for a potential run in the following year’s presidential election.

 

He finally returned to the Republican Party to endorse Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential run and has remained a Republican since.

 

 

 

Trump's 2016 Presidential Campaign vs. Hillary Clinton

Trump became the official Republican nominee for president in the 2016 presidential election against Democrat Hillary Clinton. Defying polls and media projections, he won the majority of Electoral College votes in a stunning victory on November 8, 2016.

 

Despite losing the popular vote to Hillary Clinton by almost 2.9 million votes, Trump's electoral win — 306 Electoral College votes to Clinton's 232 — clinched his victory as the 45th president of the United States.

 

Election Platforms

On July 21, 2016, Trump accepted the presidential nomination at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. In his speech, he outlined the issues he would tackle as president, including violence in America, the economy, immigration, trade, terrorism, and the appointment of Supreme Court justices.

 

He also promised supporters that he would renegotiate trade deals, reduce taxes and government regulations, repeal the Affordable Care Act, defend Second Amendment gun rights, and “rebuild our depleted military,” asking the countries the U.S. is protecting "to pay their fair share."

 

 

Inauguration

On January 20, 2017, Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States by Chief Justice of the United States John Roberts.

 

Trump took the oath of office placing his hand on the Bible that was used at Abraham Lincoln's inauguration and his own family Bible, which was presented to him by his mother in 1955 when he graduated from Sunday school at his family's Presbyterian church.

 

In his inaugural speech on January 20th, Trump sent a populist message that he would put the American people above politics. “What truly matters is not which party controls our government, but whether our government is controlled by the people,” he said. “January 20, 2017, will be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again.”

 

 

The day after Trump's inauguration, millions of protesters demonstrated across the United States and around the world. The Women's March on Washington drew over half a million people to protest Trump's stance on a variety issues ranging from immigration to environmental protection.

 

Activists and celebrities taking part in the protests included Gloria Steinem, Angela Davis, Madonna, Cher, Ashley Judd, Scarlett Johansson, America Ferrera, Alicia Keys and Janelle Monáe.

 

 

First 100 Days

The first 100 days of Trump’s presidency lasted from January 20, 2017 until April 29, 2017. In the first days of his presidency, Trump issued a number of back-to-back executive orders to make good on some of his campaign promises, as well as several orders aimed at rolling back policies and regulations that were put into place during the Obama administration.

 

 

He signed an order to scale back financial regulation under the Dodd-Frank Act, created by the Obama administration and passed by Congress after the financial crisis of 2008. And he called for a lifetime foreign-lobbying ban for members of his administration and a five-year ban for all other lobbying.

 

On March 16, 2017, the president released his proposed budget. The budget outlined his plans for increased spending for the military, veteran’s affairs and national security, including building a wall on the border with Mexico.

 

It also made drastic cuts to many government agencies including the Environmental Protection Agency and the State Department, as well as the elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Community Development Block Grant program which supports Meals on Wheels.

 

 

Trump's Supreme Court Nominations

Trump has nominated two Supreme Court Justices: Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.

 

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