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Donald Trump

American politician, media personality, and businessman who served as the 45th president of the United States from 2017 to 2021 Website

Approval Rate: 56%

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    Sun Jul 23 2023

    funny man :)

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    Sat Jul 08 2023

    Hmmm! I can make a long list why I hate Donald Trump.

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    Sun Jul 12 2009

    Awesome person

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    Fri Dec 22 2023

    I have a mixed feeling about him!

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    Mon Dec 04 2023

    Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States of America who served as President from 2017 to 2021. Evaluations of Trump vary depending on one's point of view, and the following are some of the views that some people may have mentioned: ECONOMIC POLITICAL ACHIEVEMENTS : Some have appreciated the Trump administration's economic policies on tax reform, lowering the corporate tax rate, etc., and believe that this has helped boost economic growth. JOB CREATION: The Trump administration has emphasized domestic job creation, and some believe his policies have boosted job growth. FOREIGN POLICY: Some see Trump as having made some foreign policy accomplishments, such as some diplomatic efforts in the Middle East and on the Korean Peninsula. ANTI-TERRORISM MEASURES: Supporters believe Trump has taken a strong stance on counterterrorism and is committed to maintaining national security. Detailed information:

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    Fri Nov 17 2023

    Nice guy

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    Mon Nov 13 2023

    Donald trump a fait monter l'économie du pays.

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    Mon Nov 13 2023

    Demagogue narcissist with authoritarian impulses. Motivated by personal revenge, ego and greed than actually trying to improve the country. His selfish refusal to admit loss in the 2020 election brought a state of crisis to the country that we're still dealing with. Trump's re-election could very well be terminal for the American experiment in democracy. Replacing civil servants with ideologues and cronies who will do his bidding, pogroms against immigrants and other vulnerable people, reprisals against political opponents, and economic policies that solely benefit oligarchs.

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    Sun Sep 24 2023

    How could it be that people vote for him?

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    Sun Sep 10 2023

    Donald Trump He is the number one man in politics and business in the United States of America. President Trump is the only one who can restore peace to Iran and the people of Iran and the people of the world. The Middle East is the God-given source of the world's energy, and Iran is the core of the coordination of this powerful fleet. The era of the Shah was a glorious period of trade exchange until 1978. that with the intervention of America, France and England and the deception of the people of Iran, to bring to power a person who had not seen any smell of humanity, trade and international relations. Undoubtedly, with the re-election of Donald Trump, who is popular with the majority of Iranian intellectuals, with the help of influential elders like your Excellency, we will restore glory, greatness, wealth and security to Iran and the region. Hoping that day Thanks [email protected]

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    Tue Aug 29 2023

    America deserves more polite & educated president.

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    Wed Aug 02 2023

    Successful humanistic entrepreneurs. By surrounding themselves with caring and familiar people, people can overcome obstacles and achieve their dreams. many goals" and "it is worthy of success". Through the constant use of Statements, of constant achievements for many and the people around him for me is the person of the moment -. towards the future of all is my sincere words of this distinguished person among many Domingo Alberto Urrieta Utrera

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    Sat Dec 10 2011

    Mixed feelings on Donald Trump. While I like Trump in terms of economics, I do not care for him on foreign policy. I heard him say on C-SPAN months ago basically saying that we shouldn't be in Iraq and the North & South Korean border unless we're going to be getting something out of it. It costs a million dollars just to start up a aircraft carrier (so he says) and we're over there protecting some of these countries or providing weapons, aid, etc. but are getting nothing in return. He says, if we're going to help out some of these countries like Libya for example then why don't we negotiate for half their oil. That would be the trade-off for helping them out with their evil dictator. He's basically had a similar stance like that for a number of foreign countries and I think he is credible in terms of economics. Where I disagree though has been on Iran. Why is it necessary to prevent them from having nuclear weapons when everyone surrounding Iran already has nuclear capability... Read more

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    Thu May 19 2011

    In May, 2011, he announced that he is not running. This was a bad day for the news media.

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    Wed Apr 27 2011

    *coughs "publicity stunt"*

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    Thu Apr 21 2011

    Donald Trump may be one of the richest men in the United States and has the experience in construction and the real estate of major buildings and skyscrapers including resorts and golf courses, but I do not believe he has the political experience to become President of the United States. I think Donald Trump is fine in the corporations he is in now, however, if he would like to expand the land The White House is on, he could move buildings to do it. How about a spacious estate for the Vice-President and family? As of April 2011, Donald Trump has mentioned he wants to know the truth of President Obama's birth certificate and why he does not want it released publicly. This may be a publicity stunt to help Trump's current NBC tv series, Celebrity Apprentice. If Donald Trump is serious about running for President in 2012, we will have to wait and see.

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    Tue Apr 19 2011

    Give it up! I can see him maybe becoming Pres. if the USA was a small, corrupt, South American or African country. He has such wacky ideas, I think he offends people from all political parties.

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    Thu Apr 07 2011

    It's at least refreshing to know that one candidate would be candid and honest. "Donald Trump appeared on the "Today" show on Thursday morning to talk to Meredith Vieira in another stop on his media blitz tour. Vieira wondered whether, if he were president, he'd keep a military presence in Iraq. "I would absolutely, without question, not leave that section of that country," he said. "I would take the oil. To the victor belong the spoils. You know, in the old days, you'd have a war. And you'd be in there. And you'd win. And you'd take over the country. Whether it’s oil or gold or whatever." "

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    Fri Jan 07 2011

    This country needs a megalomaniacal blueblood plutocrat with a bad rug as much as the world needs an album of Hendrix covers by Barenaked Ladies.

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    Fri Aug 27 2010

    It's hard to take a man seriously when he wears a chunk of dead Yak hide as a hair piece.

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    Mon Aug 16 2010

    Laughable idea. Which probably means someone on the GOP National Committee is thinking over the possibilities right now.

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    Mon Aug 16 2010

    This country needs leadership with balls.Good money management and smarts to pick people under him that get results done.Not for race,sex or politics.This country needs someone who understands success,not excusess.Sorry about the balls part,but the U.S. better start showing some !

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    Tue Apr 29 2008

    Trump should get rid of that piece of roadkill on his head.

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    Mon Mar 24 2008

    about a 3.5. not much to look at. guess money can marry him a model for a wife. better watch what i say wouldn't want him to "fire me"

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    Mon Mar 24 2008

    he is ugly

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    Sun Mar 09 2008

    Its not so much he is ugly as he always has a bad hair day!

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    Tue Sep 04 2007

    PROOF that money and power and age ALWAYS take a backseat to looks. You are lucky should you stumble across someone with power, whose filthy rich, AND is eye candy.Donald probably knows he's ugly, as is the catastrophe on his head, but he'll be ugly all the way to the bank.

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    Mon Sep 03 2007

    His face is pretty bad but when it comes to Trump its really about the hair.

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    Sat Jul 29 2006

    If it weren't for Donald Trump's perpetual scowl and endless bad hair days, he probably wouldn't be that ugly; however, as Trump obviously craves the public eye, he's fair game for this list. Nevertheless, Trump does evidence that money can buy beauty (at least in a spouse). Donald John Trump, Sr. was born June 14, 1946 in New York City.

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    Fri Jul 21 2023

    Title: "Donald Trump - The Unusual Comedian!" Rating: ★★★★★ (5/5 stars) Women and noble men, affix your seatbelts since you're in for an extraordinary comedic encounter with none other than Donald Trump! Whether you adore him or abhor him, you can't deny that this man features a interesting ability for bringing a chuckle to your confront. Trump's humor is like no other; it's a interesting mix of mind, certainty, and brazen self-expression. His iconic Twitter tirades alone may equal a few of the finest stand-up comedy routines out there! You never know what to anticipate, but you'll be able be beyond any doubt it'll take off you snickering or scratching your head in beguilement. His signature one-liners are immaculate gold. Keep in mind when he coined the express "covfefe"? Who knew a typo might start so much chuckling and perplexity around the world? The web went into a craze attempting to decode its meaning, which , my friends, is the quintessence of Trump's comedic brilliance. B... Read more