President says Jacob Frey, who received anti-Semitic threats after a previous attack by Trump, is showing 'total lack of leadership' amid rage in his city sparked by George Floyd’s death
Donald Trump is the president of the United States.
Trump was born in New York on June 14, 1946, to Mary MacLeod Trump and Frederick C. Trump, a real estate developer. After graduating with a degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, Trump joined the family real estate business. In 1974, Trump became the president of the family business and renamed it ‘The Trump Organization’.
Trump’s lavish lifestyle and reputation for being vocal and outspoken have given him celebrity status. His fame was amplified by the triumph of his TV show ‘The Apprentice’, an NBC reality show. Trump’s success lead him to be named on the ‘Forbes' list of the world's billionaires’ where he is quoted to have a 4.5 billion dollar net worth.
Trump has been involved in politics since the late 1980s and ran for president in the 2016 U.S elections, on behalf of the Republican Party.
The executive order comes after Twitter flagged two of the President's tweets containing unsubstantiated claims of fraud in mail-in voting
Ira Glass, whose show recently received the first-ever Pulitzer for audio reporting, shares his secret to balancing ambitious journalism with entertainment
The president has threatened to regulate or shut down social media companies after Twitter took the unprecedented step of fact checking his tweets
The 'Deal of the Century' has reignited the debate between the pragmatic settler faction and those who believe giving up the rest of the land represents nothing less than ethical bankruptcy
The secretary of state tells Congress that Hong Kong does not continue to warrant special treatment under U.S. laws, which could effect special trade and economic relations with the territory
U.S. president threatens social media companies as new Twitter fact check feature appears after spreading the false conspiracy that Joe Scarborough was involved in the tragic death of a young woman
Opinion COVID-19 to Hong Kong to Caravans: Is ‘Soros’ Now the World’s Most Versatile, Dangerous Conspiracy Theory?
George Soros, financier, Jew and donor to liberal causes, is the initial target of conspiracy theories bearing his name. But as both the hard left and right push the Soros slur, the repercussions are far wider and more damaging
Bannon, a Catholic, was helping to craft the curriculum for a leadership course aimed at right-wing Catholic activists at the Academy for the Judeo-Christian West in the town of Trisulti
Trump, without offering any evidence, reiterated his accusations of political bias by such technology platforms in a pair of early morning posts on Twitter
Orthodox, Conservative or Reform, America's Jewish institutions unmoved by Trump's call for houses of worship to resume normal activities after the coronavirus lockdown: 'The general attitude is caution and responsibility'
U.S. President Donald Trump and others have pushed hydroxychloroquine in recent months as a possible coronavirus treatment
Biden's decision to wear a mask outdoors on Memorial Day at his first public event since March caught the attention of Trump
Israel thought it could navigate between the powers, but the coronavirus crisis has sharpened tensions, and Trump's reelection campaign is centered on blaming China
Trump honored America’s war dead in back-to-back Memorial Day appearances colored by an epic struggle off the battlefield, against the coronavirus
Scarborough’s wife and co-host, Mika Brzezinski, added her voice to the controversy saying she will speak to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey about getting the president banned from the platform
Opinion Pro-Israel Jews Will Still Vote Trump. Even When He Promotes anti-Semites and Holocaust Deniers
25 percent of U.S. Jews are convinced the president is their best friend. There is nothing Trump could do or say, short of bombing Israel, that would change their mind
Pelosi, who is second in line for the presidency, has not spoken directly to Trump since October 16, when she attended a White House meeting on Syria
Opinion If Donald Trump Loves Jews So Much, Why Does He Keep Celebrating America's Biggest anti-Semites?
When the president praises Henry Ford's 'good bloodlines,' ratifies anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists and legitimizes the scapegoating of minorities, we should take him at his word
Alabama’s political leaders and health experts are struggling to make many residents see the continued need for social distancing, crowd limitations and wearing masks
Twice this past week, Trump has not only dismissed the findings of studies, but suggested — without evidence — that their authors were motivated by politics
A second term for the most damaging, inflammatory, crudely partisan-to-Israel presidency in memory would actually strengthen the Palestinian cause in America. But Joe Biden would mess it all up
Turkey backs Libya's internationally recognized government, whose forces' recent surge has put pressure on Russia-backed rival commander
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee's controversial remark draws swift rebuke from the Trump campaign and Republican supporters, as well as some black Democrats on social media
'Some governors have deemed liquor stores and abortion clinics as essential,' said the U.S. president, 'I'm correcting this injustice'
'I had one on before. I wore one in the back area. I didn't want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it,' Trump said of wearing a mask while touring a Ford plant in Michigan
President speaks of 'good blood' in remarks at Ford plant ■ ADL chief calls for apology ■ Newspaper owned by Ford often accused Jews of trying to destroy U.S.
Michigan's secretary of state said all 7.7 million of the state's voters would receive absentee ballot applications before their August 4 primary and the November 3 general election
Leaked recordings reveal conference call with a senior staffer for the Trump reelection campaign, organized by CNP Action, an affiliate of the conservative Council for National Policy
Israelis, Palestinians Trust Netanyahu, Abbas on Coronavirus More Than Americans Trust Trump, Survey Finds
Among Israeli citizens surveyed, attitudes were relatively similar across the Jewish-Arab divide regarding the future, with both more optimistic than U.S. citizens or Europeans