President Project Donald Trump
President Project Donald Trump:
Donald John Trump is the 45th president of the United States who took office on January 20, 2017. Before that, the president was a real estate entrepreneur and was a reality television actor. Born from Queens, New York, in 1971, Trump began to be involved in vast and profitable construction developments in Manhattan. In 1980, he inaugurated his hotel, the Grand Hyatt New York, which led to him becoming the city's most famous developer. In 2004 Trump started appearing on the popular NBC reality show The Apprentice, which also created the spin-off show The Celebrity Apprentice. Trump focused his attention on politics, and in the year 2015, he announced his presidential candidacy in the United States on the Republican ticket. After winning a majority of the caucuses and primaries, Trump became the official Republican presidential candidate on July 19 in 2016. In November of 2016, Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States after defeating Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump's parents were Frederick C. and Mary Anne MacLeod Trump. Frederick Trump was a builder and real estate developer who concentrated on constructing and operating low and middle-income homes situated in Queens, Staten Island, and Brooklyn. Mary MacLeod immigrated from Tong, Scotland, in 1929 at 17 years of age. She was married to Fred Trump in 1936, and the couple moved to Jamaica, Queens, an area that was at the time of her arrival, full of Western European immigrants. In the 1950s, Trumps’ family wealth grew due to the postwar boom in real estate, and Mary was a New York socialite and philanthropist. Fred died in 1999, and Mary died the following year.
Even in Donald Trump's early years, he was an active and assertive young man. His parents sent him to New York Military Academy at age 13, hoping that the discipline at school would help channel his energy in positive ways. Trump was a success at the academy academically and socially and grew into an outstanding in athletics and student leadership when he graduated in 1964. He later enrolled at Fordham University. Two years later, he transferred into the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania, from where he graduated in the year 1968 with an honors degree in economics. In his time at the college, Trump worked at his father's real estate company during the summer. Trump also secured educational deferments during the Vietnam War draft and one-year medical suspensions after his graduation.
In the most recent 2020 Presidential Election, Donald Trump did not get re-elected for a second term. He lost to his opponent, our current president Joe Biden. This past election was very controversial and created many opposing views. Many people believe Donald Trump will try to run again in the 2024 Presidential Election.