Donald Trump Intro
Donald Trump is the current American president who took office on 20th January 2017. He is the oldest President in the American history breaking the previous record of Ronald Reagan. As per the Forbes magazine, he is one of the world’s top 600 richest people in the world with an estimated net worth of US$ 3.5 billion. Furthermore, Trump is the wealthiest person to ever become president. There are lots of protests generated by the policies of the Donald Trump after assuming the presidency.
As per the Presidents and Executive Politics, he was ranked lowest for Presidential Greatness in February 2018.
Donald Trump Early Life
He was born on 14th June 1946 in New York City at the home of Fred Trump & Mary Anne. Trump’s childhood grew up in Jamaica Queens, whereas she completed his schooling from a private boarding school named New York Military Academy. Trump’s higher education took place at the Fordham University and Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He doesn’t serve in the American army during the Vietnam War.
Trump has three times in his life. He married his first wife Ivana Zelniokova in 1977, but the couple divorced in 1992. From first marriage, he has three children whose name is Don, Eric, and Ivanka Trump. Donald married his second wife Marla Maples in 1993 and the couple has one child together. They take divorce with each other in 1999. Trump married his third wife MelaniaKnavas, a Slovenian model in 2005. She is presently the second foreign-born First Lady of the United States. Together they have one child, named Barron Trump.
Donald Trump Business
Before trying his hands in politics, Trump was a very successful businessman. He started his career with the real estate business of his father. That company builds lots of well-known buildings in the United States that include Palm Beach Estate, Atlantic City Casinos, and many more. In addition, he was the owner of the New Jersey Generals that played in the United States Football League.
Donald Trump Presidency
The cabinet of Donald Trump includes Mike Pence, Rex Tillerson, James Mattis, Ryan Zinke, Alex Azar, Scott Pruitt, Nikki Haley, Dan Coats, Linda McMahon, Rick Perry, Wilbur Ross, Sonny Perdue, Jeff Sessions, Alex Acosta, Elaine Chao, and Robert Lightizer. Some non-cabinet positions are Stephen Miller, Sean Spicer, Janet Yellen, Stanley Fischer, Jared Kushner, Steve Bannon, Jay Clayton, and Gary Cohn.