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Donald Trump

Donald Trump
Donald Trump, born June 14, 1946, is CEO of the Trump Organization, a real estate developer based in New York City. In addition to a number of skyscrapers bearing his name, Trump's businesses also operate several casinos. His business dealings and wealth helped him reach celebrity status along with a popular realty television program, "The Apprentice." (Photo AP)
Donald Trump, born June 14, 1946, is CEO of the Trump Organization, a real estate developer based in New York City. In addition to a number of skyscrapers bearing his name, Trump's businesses also operate several casinos. His business dealings and wealth helped him reach celebrity status along with a popular realty television program, "The Apprentice." (Photo AP) « Show less

Top Donald Trump Articles

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  • Mark Russell

    Let the record show that when the going got rough, Herman Cain got out. With head held high and palm outstretched, Cain asked for contributions through his website -- the money may be spent on very, very expensive Christmas gifts for Mrs. Cain. What...
  • Greg Schwem: Put up your #dukes and tweet like a man!

    I recently drove past my old middle school, stopping to gaze at the faded brick, the worn asphalt and the large grassy playground field, which doubled as an Ultimate Fighting octagon. The playground was where all disputes were settled. Some quarrels...
  • Greg Schwem: 'Here Comes Donald Boo Hoo' and other post-election reality shows

    The votes have been (mostly) tabulated, a winner has been declared, the election is over and now it's time for all television networks to get back to doing what they do best: Developing new reality shows. It shouldn't be difficult. The hardscrabble,...
  • Funny Money: Sleepless nights end on Tax Day

    It's Tax Day, and while a great man once said, "Taxes are the price we pay for civilization," I say they're more like the price we pay for not having a good enough imagination. Take GE which, despite being one of the richest corporations on Earth, pays...
  • Karzai's Bagram demands add stress to US policy

    PARIS -- The Afghan government's order a week ago to the United States to close its prison at Bagram Air Base near Kabul, where it holds unidentified prisoners, came as a shock to Washington, although President Hamid Karzai has before invited the U.S....
  • Sean Hannity talks to Playboy

    "I DON'T want to know anything about anybody's sex life when I'm voting for them. I want to know they can balance the budget and that they're going to stay out of my life and ensure more freedom. Do they understand good versus evil. ... I don't give a...
  • 'Breaking Bad' begins to go out with a brilliant bang!

    "COKE, the pause that refreshes!" That was the famous advertising line for Coca-Cola back in the day. Let me paraphrase that: "'Breaking Bad,' the show that never disappoints!" (I think this is appropriate; both Coca-Cola and "Breaking Bad" are American...
  • Reality, a product of the vast left-wing conspiracy

    "Reality," Stephen Colbert once famously said, "has a well-known liberal bias." It was one of those jokes that isn't, one of those barbs that captures something painfully true, allows you to see it with clarity you never could if viewing straight on. It'...
  • GOP's biggest problem is itself

    "How ya like me now?" -- Barack Obama OK, so Obama didn't really say that but surely, he must have thought it behind a private smile at some point Tuesday night. There are no smiles among the Republicans, however, only a pressing question: Can the GOP...
  • The sad state of zealots with microphones

    America, you are an idiot. You are a moocher, a zombie, soulless, mouth-breathing, ignorant, greedy, self-indulgent, envious, shallow and lazy. The foregoing is a summation of "analysis" from conservative pundits and media figures -- Cal Thomas, Ted...
  • The Latest: 'Naughty' but nice; the man named Segerstrom

    The Latest: 'Naughty' but nice; the man named Segerstrom
    Naughty Newport By Judge Robert Gardner Newport Beach Historical Society Press; 181 pages To place Judge Robert Gardner's book "Naughty Newport" in context, we can start by looking up "naughty" in the Merriam-Webster dictionary. That online source...