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Respected Mr.Donald John Trump or Just Donald Trump

Donald John Trump (born June 14, 1946) is an American businessman, Famous Politician, and the forty-fifth 45th President of America. He becomes formerly a businessman and  TV character. Donald John Trump is the chairman and president of The Trump Organization, which is the principal holding company for his business and political interests. During his presidency, Trump has overseen the Asia-Pacific and Americas regions of the Trump Organization, which include hundreds of businesses and partnerships.

After a long and bruising campaign, Donald Trump emerged victorious in the 2016 presidential election. He defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton, taking red states and narrow victories in blue states. He captured key states like Florida, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania, and even won the heavily-populated states of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Ohio. Over the next few years, President Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress will have to work with the Democrats to pass legislation, but they will also have to work with the other side to get things done.

President Donald J. Trump's first official book since leaving the White House: Our Journey Together 

Donald Trump Election Campaign

Trump's election campaign was based on a promise to restore American pride and build a wall at its western border with Mexico. Trump also promised to "make America great again" by undoing the many reforms of the Obama Administration and promised to put Americans back to work. 

Politics are not only an important part of democracy but also a way for the public to voice their opinions. It is important that the public has a right to express their views and that the democratic process is fair. In the 2016 presidential election, there was a large amount of media coverage for Trump, with both negative and positive coverage. Trump is a polarizing figure, and he has been widely criticized for many of his comments and actions. 

Donald Trump has made promises to make America great again. Donald Trump campaigned on the issues of "safety" and "freedom", but his actions as president have shown that he is more concerned about money and the rich. 

Why Are People Saying Offensive Things About the 2016 Election?

Donald Trump has been subject to nearly non-stop controversy throughout his campaign. He's come under fire for his comments about women, Muslims, and immigrants. Yet he continues to gain momentum and lead the polls, while people shout 'shut up!' and call him a 'racist!' 

 Here are 7 reasons why people are saying offensive things about the 2016 election.

 1. Donald Trump is insensitive

2. Donald Trump is monotonous

3. Trump is edgy

4. Political incorrectness is refreshing in an era of political correctness 

5. People are sensitive about what they say nowadays 

6. His sense of humor goes over people's heads or makes them feel bad

7. People are just fed up with politicians

Besides the recent controversy concerning the inappropriate treatment of women, he also disputes whether or not Obama got a scholarship to Harvard.

Donald Trump Controversies

Donald Trump is a controversial real estate developer,  business tycoon, and politician who is the President-elect of the United States and will be the 45th President after winning the 2016 presidential election. 

Donald Trump has been a controversial candidate for president of the United States. Trump has made some controversial remarks, which include comments that were racist, sexist, and xenophobic. These comments have caused a large, yet polarized, conversation about Donald Trump and his potential presidency.

Donald Trump’s TV Show Controversy

Trump had an Apprentice TV show, which is where contestants are given business-related tasks. Truthfully, people have to remember that this was over 12 years ago when he had the show, so it doesn't seem all too controversial now because it's old news. 

Donald Trump Airlines Controversy

Trump Airlines went bankrupt in 1992. It no longer exists and it's just old history at this point. Once again, this isn't that controversial to revisit because Trump Airlines no longer exists. Unless he starts up an airline business again now, this will stay as past history.

Donald Trump University Controversy

In 2011, Trump University was sued by the State of New York for misleading prospective students about its education programs. It also said that the state would eventually be forced to pay a million dollars to former students. Trump claimed that this was not the case, but settled the suit out of court for $25 million in 2012. Trump University was also sued in California, but the court ruled in Trump's favor in 2013.

Donald Trump Popularity in Social media

Donald Trump is the maximum famous individual within the international. Donald Trump has 32.5 million Twitter followers,  34.9 Million follow on Facebook, and 23.7 million followers on Instagram. he is a political phenomenon that has captured the world’s imagination and sparked a widespread debate about the most important issues of our time.

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Official Twitter Page

Official Facebook Page

Official Instagram Page

Public Reaction

I have studied and I've studied the person who would be President. I have watched and waited, hoping for some glimmer of hope, some ray of light in our nation’s dark hour. I have watched as his followers have blindly followed his every word, his every action, blindly trusting that he knows what is best for them. I have watched as they have praised him for his willingness to say exactly what they wish to hear, no matter how untrue, no matter how dangerous.

Donald Trump Investigates his Political Enemies

The New York Times reports that President Donald Trump has repeatedly asked his attorney general and other officials to investigate his political enemies. The Times reports that Trump has asked Jeff Sessions to investigate the “deep state” and has also asked other officials to investigate the “illegal leaks” that have plagued his administration. The Times report comes after a week in which Trump’s allies in Congress escalated their attacks on the “deep state.” On Thursday, for example, Representative Matt Gaetz tweeted that the “#DeepState is going to destroy @RealDonaldTrump, no ifs, ands or buts about it.”

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