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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.
Trump and Netanyahu's efforts to change the accord drive a wedge between Washington and Europe, help Tehran to be presented as a responsible regime
French leader vows Tehran will 'never possess any nuclear weapon' ■ Trump has to decide whether or not to remain a party to the deal by May 12
'President Trump may face his real nightmare: [also] losing the Senate, giving Democrats both ends of the Capitol, and one-third of the government,' says Axios' Mike Allen
Iranian president says nuclear deal proves that U.S. and Israel lied about Tehran's intentions to topple West with nuclear weapons
The report accused the United States of serious infringement on citizens' civil rights, systematic racial discrimination and severe flaws in the American-style democracy
Trump answered questions on Syria at a White House news conference with France's Macron at his side. It didn't go so well
French president tries to spin U.S. continuation of Iran nuclear accord as a 'new deal'
Trump says that if Iran threatens the U.S., they will 'pay a price like few countries have ever paid'
Trump has withheld $305 million in funding, leaving shortfall to fill for rice, flour, sugar and to continue funding schools in Gaza and the West Bank