About Donald Trump
Donald Trump was the 45th president of the United States. He’s a media personality and a politician but also served as a businessman in many different companies and organizations before he was known for being a politician.
He was also a media personality when he was enthralled in multiple different businesses and companies. Donald Trump was born and raised in Queens in New York City.
He graduated from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in 1968. He became the president of this father Fred Trump’s real estate business in 1971 and renamed it the Trump Organization.
Trump expanded the company’s operations to building and renovating skyscrapers, hotels, casinos, and golf courses.
He also started several major side ventures, by licensing his name. But, what he was known for was the fact that He and his various businesses would be involved in more than 4,000 state and federal legal actions.
This included six bankruptcies. He also owned the Miss Universe brand of beauty pageants from 1996 to 2015. He also produced and co-produced several different tv shows and movies.
Trump has been majorly criticized by the people of the US as well as other well-known democrats and politicians. His political ideologies have been classified and criticized as being populist, isolationist, and nationalist.
Trump entered the political race in 2016 as a republican and was elected in an upset victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. His election sparked many protests as many people were hurt and offended by his political ideologies.
People viewed his character to be racist and misogynistic. He made several insensitive and racist claims that were marginalizing the black populations of the US. Trump made these kinds of racist and hurtful claims almost every chance he would get. He also made hurtful and misogynistic claims that objectified women and their appearances.
The claims centered around criticizing and marginalizing women of color and women who did not meet his standard in appearance. Trump also made many false claims in his presidency and campaigns, to a degree that is unprecedented in US history.
He also promoted several different conspiracy theories. Which led to a lot of misinformation being spread around in his campaign and presidency. Some of his notable actions during his presidency are the following.
He is put travel bans on citizens from several different Muslim majority countries and diverted funding towards building a wall on the US – Mexico border. He signed the tax cuts and jobs act of 2017 which cut taxes for individuals and businesses and rescinded the individual health mandate penalty of the Affordable Care Act.
2020 election scuffle
Donald Trump lost the 2020 presidential election to Biden but refused to concede. He Falsely claimed that there was widespread electoral fraud and attempted to overturn the results, pressuring the government officials and mounting scores of unsuccessful legal challenges.
Trump urged his supporters to march to the capitol, which hundreds then attacked, resulting in multiple deaths and interrupting the electoral vote count.
On January 13th, the house of representatives in peach Trump a second time for incitement of insurrection. This made him the only federal officeholder in American history to be impeached twice. Many scholars and historians ranked Trump as one of the worst presidents in history.
Recent news on Trump’s tele-rally
He also stated that he is not a believer in the integrity of the Virginia vote and that there are “a lot of bad things going on”. But he still remains adamant that Glen Youngkin is a good man and a hard-working man at that. He says that Glenn Youngkin “wants to cut your taxes, save your children’s education and many other very good things.”
He also bashed Terry McAuliffe, saying that he is a low-life politician who lies, cheats, and steals. Trump also stated that Terry McAuliffe was a terrible high tax governor and would be (if elected) an even worse governor again. He later acknowledges and advises people to get out and vote for a man who would be a great governor, in his eyes, and that is Glenn Youngkin.