Donald Trump

Donald Trump, born in New York on June 14, 1946, is an American businessman, television personality, and politician who served as the 45th president of the United States. In the 2016 election, Trump was elected by the Republican Party by defeating Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the number of electoral college delegates. He lost by more than 2.8 million votes, the biggest loss at the polls by an elected president in the country’s history. He was sworn into the post on January 20, 2017. At age 70, he was the oldest person to hold the presidency until, in 2021, Joe Biden, at 78, took over. We’ll help you celebrate his birthday here.

Fast Facts

Full Name:

Donald John Trump


The Donald

Birth date:

June 14, 1946



Zodiac Sign:



6' 3"

Relationship Status:


Net Worth:

$2.5 billion

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Donald John Trump was born on June 14, 1946, in the Jamaica neighborhood of Queens, New York City. He is the second of five children born to Frederick “Fred” Christ Trump and Mary Anne MacLeod. Both Trump’s mother and paternal grandparents were immigrants to the United States. Her mother was born in Scotland and at the age of eighteen, in 1930, she immigrated to New York, where she worked as a domestic servant. In 1936, she married Fred Trump, whose parents, Friedrich Trump and Elisabeth Christ, were immigrants from Germany.

After graduating from the Wharton University of Pennsylvania in 1968, Trump joined his father’s company, The Trump Organization. He carried out the renovation of the Commodore Hotel at the Grand Hyatt with the Pritzker family. Among the great projects carried out by him is the Trump Tower in New York. Shortly thereafter, he expanded his industrial interests into the airline industry (buying the Eastern Shuttle routes) and the casino business in Atlantic City, including the purchase of the Crosby family’s Taj Mahal casino, which eventually went bankrupt. This expansion, both personal and business, drove him into debt. Much of the news about him in the 1990s involved his financial problems, which resulted in his divorce from his first wife, Ivana Trump. It wasn’t until the late 1990s that there was a resurgence in his financial situation and his fame. In 2001, he completed Trump World Tower and began building Trump Palace, a modern building along the Hudson River. He currently owns several square feet of the best real estate areas in Manhattan and remains a leading figure in the real estate trade in the United States. He is a celebrity.

In June 2015, Trump announced his candidacy for the presidency of the United States in the 2016 Republican Party elections. Throughout his candidacy, Trump topped opinion polls among Republican candidates. With his populist and anti-immigration speeches, Trump has won support among his party’s ultra-conservative wing. His comments (especially on immigration) drew condemnation from other politicians and the media. In July 2016 he was confirmed by the party as the candidate in the election. On November 8, 2016, Trump won the presidency with 304 electoral college delegate votes to 227 received by Clinton. Trump became the 45th U.S. candidate to win the electoral college, despite receiving far fewer popular votes than his opponent. In the popular vote, he lost by 2.8 million votes to Hillary Clinton, which was the biggest defeat to date. Trump was the second presidential candidate in American history whose experience comes primarily from business management. When he took office, Trump became the first President of the United States with no prior government or military experience and the first without prior political experience since Dwight D. Eisenhower. After Trump’s victory, protests began to take place across the country, in part due to some controversial policies and inflammatory comments by Trump, as well as revelations made during the campaign. Trump claimed on Twitter that the protesters were incited by the media, but later claimed that he loved their passion for the country. In 2020, Trump expressed an intention to run for a second term, filing a lawsuit with the Federal Elections Commission within hours of assuming the presidency, causing his 2016 election committee to turn into a reelection one. Trump officially kicked off the campaign at a rally in Melbourne, less than a month after taking office. In January 2018, the re-election committee raised $22 million, raising a total fund of $67 million in December 2018. Trump became his party’s presumptive candidate in March 2020 after securing most of the delegates needed for the nomination. from him.

In mid-2020, the re-election campaign declined in polls, reflecting popular dissatisfaction with how to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and protests for racial justice — following the murder of George Floyd in May 2020. On 2 October 2020, about a month before the voting date, he and his wife Melania were diagnosed with COVID-19. On November 7, 2020, Trump lost the election to Joe Biden.

Career timeline

The Start of His Career

He works for his father's company, Elizabeth Trump and Son.


He becomes the owner of Elizabeth and Son, and renames it The Trump Organization.

His First Venture

The famous Trump Tower opens in Manhattan.

His First Book

He publishes “Trump: The Art of the Deal.”

The First Bankruptcy

Three casinos (Taj Mahal, The Castle, and The Plaza) go bankrupt.

The Republican Party

After falling between the Democratic and Republican parties several times, he decides to stay with the Republicans.

The 45th President of the U.S.

Trump wins the election.

No Second Term

Trump loses the election to Joe Biden and is not re-elected.

Why We Love Donald Trump

  1. Trump doesn't consume alcohol

    Trump stays away from alcohol. His favorite drinks are Coke or diet Pepsi.

  2. He's resilient

    While Trump has had many successful moments in his business career, the early 1990s were the worst experience, according to him. This was at the time when real estate markets completely crashed. But he didn't give up and turned things around.

  3. He’s just like us

    When it comes to food, he’s just like us. He loves fast food such as McDonald’s and K.F.C.

5 Surprising Facts

  1. He’s made cameo appearances

    He has portrayed himself in cameo appearances in movies and on television, including “Zoolander,” “Sex and the City” and “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.”

  2. Not so original

    Trump's slogan, “Make America Great Again,” was first used by Ronald Reagan while he was running against President Jimmy Carter.

  3. A licensed brand

    As Trump evolved from a real estate developer to a reality T.V. star, he turned his name into a brand, and Trump's licensed products include board games, steaks, cologne, vodka, furniture, and menswear.

  4. A T.V. host

    He hosted the show, “The Apprentice,” a reality show with aspiring entrepreneurs vying for his approval.

  5. He only sleeps four hours a night

    He sleeps after finishing his work at midnight or after 1 a.m., only to wake up before 6 a.m.

Donald Trump FAQs

Where does Donald Trump rank on the billionaire list?

Trump ranked 339th on the list in 2020, down from 275th in 2019. Trump made the list every year from 1996 to 2020. He also made the list every year from 1982 to 1989.

Is Donald Trump on the “Forbes” richest list?

According to “Forbes,” Trump is worth $2.5 billion, the same as last year when he ranked 339th on the list. While many other players have added substantially to their wealth, “Forbes” says Trump’s wealth has stayed stagnant.

Who runs Donald Trump’s Twitter?

He managed his Twitter account himself, which was often controversial.

Donald Trump’s birthday dates

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