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Donald Trump
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Full Name: Donald John Trump
Alias: The Donald
America's Favorite President
Lord Dampnut
Agent Orange
Cadet Bone Spurs
John Barron
John Miller
Don the Con
Mr. Trump
Origin: New York City, New York, United States
Occupation: President of the United States (2017 - 2021)
Chairman of The Trump Organization (1971 - 2015)
Hobby: Using Twitter and social media
Holding rallies
Playing golf
Insulting anyone he doesn't like
Goals: Be elected President of the United States (successful)
Remain in office by any means necessary (failed)
Crimes: Xenophobia
Abuse of power
Incitement of insurrection
Hate speech
Domestic Abuse (allegedly)
Rape (allegedly)
Tax fraud
Campaign finance violations
War crimes
COVID denialism
Racial discrimination
Vaccine denialism
Election meddling
Armenian Genocide denial
Illegal share trading
Submitting false statements
Type of Villain: Corrupt President

I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose voters!
~ One of Trump's most infamous quotes.

Donald John Trump (born June 14, 1946) is an American politican and businessman who served as the 45th President of the United States from 2017 to 2021.

Born and raised in Queens, New York City, Trump attended Fordham University and the University of Pennsylvania, graduating with a bachelor's degree in 1968. He became the president of his father Fred Trump's real estate business in 1971 and renamed it to The Trump Organization. Trump expanded the company's operations to building and renovating skyscrapers, hotels, casinos, and golf courses. He later started various side ventures, mostly by licensing his name. Trump and his businesses have been involved in more than 4,000 state and federal legal actions, including six bankruptcies. He owned the Miss Universe brand of beauty pageants from 1996 to 2015. From 2003 to 2015 he co-produced and hosted the reality television series The Apprentice.

Trump's political positions have been described as populist, protectionist, isolationist, and nationalist. He entered the 2016 presidential race as a Republican and was elected in an upset victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton while losing the popular vote. He was the first U.S. president without prior military or government service. His election and policies sparked numerous protests. Trump made many false and misleading statements during his campaigns and presidency, to a degree unprecedented in American politics. Many of his comments and actions have been characterized as racially charged or racist.

During his presidency, Trump ordered a travel ban on citizens from several Muslim-majority countries, citing security concerns; after legal challenges, the Supreme Court upheld the policy's third revision. He enacted a tax-cut package for individuals and businesses, rescinding the individual health insurance mandate penalty of the Affordable Care Act. He signed criminal justice reform and appointed Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. He reacted slowly to the COVID-19 pandemic, ignored or contradicted many recommendations from health officials in his messaging, and promoted misinformation about unproven treatments and the availability of testing.

In office, an unofficial cult of personality grew around Trump as his political base's reverence of him (particularly by those within the Alt-Right) has been described as cult-like.

In foreign policy, Trump pursued an America First agenda: he renegotiated the North American Free Trade Agreement as the U.S.–Mexico–Canada Agreement and withdrew the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade negotiations, the Paris Agreement on climate change and the Iran nuclear deal. He imposed import tariffs that triggered a trade war with China and met three times with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, but negotiations on denuclearization eventually broke down. In August 2019, he tried to open peace negotiations with the Taliban, but these negotiations collapsed after a Taliban attack.

A special counsel investigation led by Robert Mueller found that Trump benefited from Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, but did not find sufficient evidence to establish criminal conspiracy or coordination with Russia. Mueller also investigated Trump for obstruction of justice and neither indicted nor exonerated him. The House of Representatives impeached Trump in December 2019 for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress after he solicited Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden. The Senate acquitted him of both charges in February 2020.

Trump lost the 2020 presidential election to Biden, but refused to concede defeat. He attempted to overturn the results by making false claims of electoral fraud, pressuring government officials, mounting scores of unsuccessful legal challenges and obstructing the presidential transition. On the day Congress met to tally the electoral votes, January 6, 2021, Trump rallied his supporters and urged them to march to the Capitol, "take back our country", and "fight like hell". Many arrived before he concluded his speech; hundreds broke through security barricades and violently stormed the Capitol, forcing Congress to evacuate. Seven days later, the House impeached Trump for incitement of insurrection, making him the only federal officeholder in American history to be impeached twice. The Senate acquitted Trump for the second time on February 13, 2021.


Trump was born on June 14, 1946, in Queens, New York. He was an energetic, assertive child. In the 1950s, the Trumps’ wealth increased with the postwar real estate boom. Trump was raised Presbyterian by his mother, and he identifies as a mainline Protestant.

At age 13, Trump’s parents sent him to the New York Military Academy, hoping the discipline of the school would channel his energy in a positive manner. He did well at the academy, both socially and academically, rising to become a star athlete and student leader by the time he graduated in 1964.

Trump entered Fordham University in 1964. He transferred to the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania two years later and graduated in 1968 with a degree in economics.

During his years at college, Trump worked at his father’s real estate business during the summer. He also secured education deferments for the draft for the Vietnam War and ultimately a 1-Y medical deferment after he graduated.

Trump followed his father into a career in real estate development, bringing his grander ambitions to the family business. Trump’s business ventures include The Trump Organization, Trump Tower, casinos in Atlantic City and television franchises like The Apprentice and Miss Universe. Trump has business deals with the Javits Center and the Grand Hyatt New York, as well as other real estate ventures in New York City, Florida and Los Angeles. 

Federal income disclosure forms Trump filed in 2017 list Trump's golf courses, including Trump National Doral and Mar-a-Lago in Florida, as earning about half of his income. Other financial ventures include aircraft, merchandise and royalties from his two books, The Art of the Deal and Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again.

Over the years, Trump’s net worth have been a subject of public debate. Because Trump has not publicly released his tax returns, it’s not possible to definitively determine his wealth in the past or today. However, Trump valued his businesses at least $1.37 billion on his 2017 federal financial disclosure form, published by the Office of Government Ethics. Trump’s 2018 disclosure form put his revenue for the year at a minimum of $434 million from all sources.

In 1990, Trump asserted his own net worth in the neighborhood of $1.5 billion. At the time, the real estate market was in decline, reducing the value of and income from Trump's empire. The Trump Organization required a massive infusion of loans to keep it from collapsing, a situation that raised questions as to whether the corporation could survive bankruptcy. Some observers saw Trump's decline as symbolic of many of the business, economic and social excesses that had arisen in the 1980s.

A May 2019 investigation by The New York Times of 10 years of Trump’s tax information found that between 1985 and 1994, his businesses lost money every year. The newspaper calculated that Trump’s businesses suffered $1.17 billion in losses over the decade.

Trump later defended himself on Twitter, calling the Times’ report “a highly inaccurate Fake News hit job!” He tweeted that he reported “losses for tax purposes,” and that doing so was a “sport” among real estate developers.

In 1973, the federal government filed a complaint against Trump, his father and their company alleging that they had discriminated against tenants and potential tenants based on their race, a violation of the Fair Housing Act, which is part of the Civil Rights Act of 1968.

After a lengthy legal battle, the case was settled in 1975. As part of the agreement, the Trump company had to train employees about the Fair Housing Act and inform the community about its fair housing practices.

Trump wrote about the resolution of the case in his 1987 memoir Art of the Deal: "In the end, the government couldn’t prove its case, and we ended up taking a minor settlement without admitting any guilt."

In 2005, Trump launched his for-profit Trump University, offering classes in real estate and acquiring and managing wealth. The venture had been under scrutiny almost since its inception and at the time of his 2015 presidential bid, it remained the subject of multiple lawsuits.

In the cases, claimants accused Trump of fraud, false advertising and breach of contract. Controversy about the suits made headlines when Trump suggested that U.S. District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel could not be impartial in overseeing two class action cases because of his Mexican heritage.

On November 18, 2016, Trump, who had previously vowed to take the matter to trial, settled three of the lawsuits for $25 million without admission of liability. In a statement from New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, he called the settlement, “a stunning reversal by Trump and a major victory for the over 6,000 victims of his fraudulent university.”

Later, in a separate incident related to Trump University, it was reported that Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi decided not to join the existing New York fraud lawsuit. This came just days after she had received a sizable campaign donation from the Donald J. Trump Foundation, which was founded in 1988 as a private charity organization designed to make donations to nonprofit groups. In November 2016, it was reported that Bondi's name was on Trump's list as a possible U.S. Attorney General contender.

As a result of the improper donation to Bondi's campaign, Trump was required to pay the IRS a penalty and his foundation came under scrutiny about the use of its funds for non-charitable activities. According to tax records, The Trump Foundation itself was found to have received no charitable gifts from Trump since 2008, and that all donations since that time had come from outside contributors.

In fall 2019, after Trump admitted to misusing money raised by his foundation to promote his presidential campaign and settle debts, he was ordered to pay $2 million in damages, and the foundation was forced to shutter its doors.


  • He used his personal lawyer and "fixer", Michael Cohen, to threaten people often. Cohen testified under oath that Trump did this on close to 500 occasions.[1]
  • He infamously incited the 2021 United States Capitol storming, in which various members of the Alt-Right, followers of QAnon, the Oath Keepers, the Proud Boys, the Stop the Steal movement, and the Boogaloo Boys stormed, looted, and vandalized the United States Capitol in an attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.[2]
  • He passed the Family Separation Act in 2018[3] and detained hundreds of migrants in detention facilities that have been described as concentration camps. The living conditions in these facilities have included prolonged detention, overcrowding, and poor hygiene and food standards.[4] The Immigration and Customs Agency was also accused of forcibly sterilizing immigrant women during his administration.[5]
  • He has been accused of sexual misconduct, including rape, many times[6], once by his ex-wife Ivana.[7]
  • He is a known former associate of Jeffrey Epstein, having been accused of raping an underage girl at one of Epstein's parties.[8]
  • He was responsible for the so-called "Muslim ban" - Executive Order 13780, an Executive Order banning anybody from six Muslim countries from entering the USA for ninety days. The ban was made permanent by Trump's Presidential Proclamation 9645, which indefinitely extended the ban and also barred refugees from the Venezuelan and North Korean dictatorships from entering.[9] This was eventually ended when Joe Biden's Presidential Proclamation 10141 repealed all travel bans enforced under the Trump administration.
    • He also spread the Islamophobic claim that Muslims in New York cheered during the September 11 attacks and claimed to have seen them doing so.[10]
  • He once claimed that Mexicans were nothing but "criminals and rapists".[11]
    • During a fraud suit he called for presiding judge Gonzalo Curiel to recuse himself because he could not be impartial due to his Mexican heritage.[12]
  • He failed to condemn white supremacists and neo-Nazis, often retweeting their posts.
    • His response to the Unite the Right rally (during which counter-protestor Heather Heyer was murdered by James Alex Fields Jr.), he notably stated that there were "very fine people" on "both sides".[13]
    • During his debate with Joe Biden, he told the Proud Boys to "stand back and stand by".[14]
    • He retweeted multiple posts from the UK-based far-right group Britain First, mostly consisting of faked videos of Muslims committing acts of violence.[15]
  • He has espoused the debunked anti-vaxxer talking point that vaccines cause autism.[16]
    • He also mocked disabled reporter Serge F. Kovaleski, who has arthrogryposis, a condition causing joint contracture in his right arm and hand, by bending his wrist and flailing his arms repeatedly as he spoke, drawing laughter from the audience.[17]
  • He called the COVID-19 coronavirus the "Chinese virus" and the "kung flu".[18]
    • And, in relation to COVID-19, he was accused of downplaying the coronavirus and so causing many Americans to die.[19] He called the virus a hoax[20], and later suggested that people inject disinfectant to try and combat the virus.[21]
    • According to Deborah Birx, Trump's coronavirus response coordinator, responding to the pandemic took a back seat to Trump's 2020 election campaign and subsequent attempts to prove the election was rigged, leading to thousands of COVID deaths which could have been prevented had he focused more on dealing with the virus.[22]
  • He has often faced accusations of having connections to organized crime, which go back to shortly after his first forays into Manhattan real estate. Trump made friends with Roy Cohn, formerly Joseph McCarthy's lawyer during the McCarthy Senate hearings, but who by then was a mob lawyer. Cohn likely introduced Trump to Genovese crime boss Anthony Salerno.
  • As President, he was accused of being a pawn of Russian President Vladimir Putin, advancing Putin's agenda regarding the United States.[23]
    • Accusations of Russian interference in the 2016 election, which Trump won, lead to an FBI investigation. No evidence was found that Trump had colluded, but many Trump staff members, including Michael Cohen, Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn, Roger Stone and Rick Gates, were jailed following the investigation.[24]
  • In 1973 both Trump and his father were sued for refusing to rent to black people. The Trumps lost the case and were forced to sign an agreement never to discriminate again.[25]
  • In the 1980s one of his casinos lost a court case after a couple of black people were forced off the floor during high-stakes poker games at the request of mobster Robert LiButti.[26] It has also been alleged that black employees at one of Trump's casinos were ordered to hide out of sight whenever Trump entered.[27]
  • A 1991 book by former Trump employee John O'Donnell alleged that Trump had said "laziness is a trait in blacks". When asked, Trump said that the story was "probably true".[28]
  • Despite his anti-immigration stance, he knowingly employed undocumented Polish immigrants to build Trump tower, giving them inadequate safety equipment and subpar wages. When the Poles complained Trump threatened to report them to immigration control. Things only improved when the Poles brought a court case, after which Trump settled upon discovering that the case was due to go to a jury trial.[29]
  • After losing the 2021 election, Trump was recorded pressuring Brad Raffensperger, Secretary of State for Georgia, to "find" enough votes to flip the state.[30]
  • He pressured the Ukrainian government to investigate Joe Biden, his political rival for the 2020 presidential elections. These events generated a scandal that led to his first impeachment attempt, which was unsuccessful.[31]
  • He issued presidential pardons to a number of war criminals, including Michael Behenna, Edward Gallagher, Clint Lorance and Mathew L. Golsteyn. He also pardoned most of the Trump staff members convicted after the Russia investigation.
  • He actively supported the Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen against the Houthis and signed a $110 billion agreement to sell arms to Saudi Arabia. As allies in the conflict with Iran, Trump approved the deployment of additional U.S. troops to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates following the 2019 attack on Saudi oil facilities which the United States has blamed on Iran.
  • In October 2019, after Trump spoke to Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the White House acknowledged Turkey would carry out a military offensive into northern Syria, and U.S. troops in northern Syria were withdrawn from the area, and said that ISIS fighters captured by the U.S. in the area would be Turkey's responsibility. As a result, Turkey launched an invasion, attacking and displacing American-allied Kurds in the area.
  • Trump supported many of the policies of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Under Trump, the U.S. recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights, leading to international condemnation including from the United Nations General Assembly, the European Union and the Arab League.
  • Trump University was a university set up by Trump where applicants could learn his business techniques from him. Once there, students found that the entire program consisted of paying $35, 000 for a mentorship program in which they only learned basic business techniques and never once met Trump.[32] Trump University eventually shut down in 2011 amid several lawsuits.
  • The Donald J. Trump Foundation, a charity set up by Trump, was forcibly shut down by a court in 2019 after it was found to have committed multiple criminal offences.[33] Trump himself was fined for illegally using money payed to the foundation.[34]
    • Most notably, Trump was found to have used the Foundation's charitable donations to buy gifts for himself, advance his 2016 presidential campaign and settle legal disputes.[35]
    • Trump also donated $25, 000 of this money to Florida attorney general Pam Bondi during an investigation into Trump University just before she ceased her investigation, leading to allegations of bribery.[36]
  • In the first week of his presidency he authorised a raid on Yakla, Yemen, to capture Qasim al-Raymi. The raid was a failure, and 10-30 civilians were killed by aerial fire from the US air force.[37]
  • After his father's death, Trump inherited over $413 million tax-free through several illegal financial schemes such as unlawfully trading shares and submitting false statements downplaying the worth of the Trump estates.[38]
  • He engaged in Armenian Genocide denial by blocking a motion to recognise the Armenian Genocide as a genocide even after it was passed by Congress.[39]


Trump has become known for his outrageous quotes, many of which have been turned into internet memes.

Make America great again!
Keep America great!
I will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and I will have Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words.
Our country is in serious trouble. We don't have victories any more. We used to have victories but [now] we don't have them. When was the last time anybody saw us beating, let's say, China, in a trade deal? They kill us. I beat China all the time. All the time.
They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.
The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive.
Well, if I ever ran for office, I'd do better as a Democrat than as a Republican - and that's not because I'd be more liberal, because I'm conservative. But the working guy would elect me. He likes me. When I walk down the street, those cabbies start yelling out their windows.
I think the big problem this country has is being politically correct. I've been challenged by so many people and I don't, frankly, have time for total political correctness.
You know, I’m automatically attracted to beautiful women. I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab 'em by the pussy - you can do anything.
If Hillary Clinton can't satisfy her husband what makes her think she can satisfy America?
I think Viagra is wonderful if you need it, if you have medical issues, if you've had surgery. I've just never needed it. Frankly, I wouldn't mind if there were an anti-Viagra, something with the opposite effect. I'm not bragging. I'm just lucky. I don't need it.
She does have a very nice figure... If [Ivanka] weren't my daughter, perhaps I'd be dating her.
As a kid, I was making a building with blocks in our playroom. I didn't have enough. So I asked my younger brother Robert if I could borrow some of his. He said, 'Okay, but you have to give them back when you're done.' I used all of my blocks, then all of his blocks, and when I was done I had a great building, which I then glued together. Robert never did get those blocks back.
My fingers are long and beautiful, as, it has been well documented, are various other parts of my body.
We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides. On many sides.
You wouldn't believe how bad these people are. These aren't people. They're animals.
We're rounding 'em up in a very humane way, in a very nice way. And they're going to be happy because they want to be legalized. And, by the way, I know it doesn't sound nice. But not everything is nice.
What I won't do is take in two hundred thousand Syrians who could be ISIS... I have been watching this migration. And I see the people. I mean, they're men. They're mostly men, and they're strong men. These are physically young, strong men. They look like prime-time soldiers. Now it's probably not true, but where are the women?... So, you ask two things. Number one, why aren't they fighting for their country? And number two, I don't want these people coming over here.
When you see the other side chopping off heads, waterboarding doesn't sound very severe.
To be blunt, people would vote for me. They just would. Why? Maybe because I'm so good looking.
I'm the most successful person ever to run for the presidency, by far. Nobody's ever been more successful than me. I'm the most successful person ever to run. Ross Perot isn't successful like me. Romney - I have a Gucci store that's worth more than Romney.
John McCain is not a war hero. He's a war hero - he's a war hero 'cause he was captured. I like people that weren't captured.
When the looting starts, the shooting starts.
It's freezing and snowing in New York. We need global warming!
26, 000 unreported sexual assaults in the military - only 238 convictions. What did these geniuses expect when they put men and women together?
If Obama resigns from office NOW, thereby doing a great service to the country - I will give him free lifetime golf at any one of my courses!
An extremely credible source has told me that Barack Obama's birth certificate is a fraud!
[Barack Obama] lost the popular vote by a lot but still won the election. We should have a revolution in this country!
~ Ironically, Trump would later win by the same means.
Healthy child goes to doctor, gets pumped with massive shot of many vaccinations, doesn't feel good and changes - AUTISM. Many such cases!

Notable villainous supporters




After his term ended, Trump went to live at his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida. As provided for by the Former Presidents Act, he established an office there to handle his post-presidential activities.

Since leaving the presidency, Trump has been the subject of several probes into both his business dealings and his actions during the presidency. In February 2021, the District Attorney for Fulton County, Georgia, announced a criminal probe into Trump's phone calls to Brad Raffensperger. Separately, the New York State Attorney General's Office is conducting a civil and criminal investigation into Trump's business activities. The criminal investigation is in conjunction with the Manhattan District Attorney's Office. By May 2021, a special grand jury was considering indictments.

Trump's false claims concerning the 2020 election were commonly referred to as the "big lie" by his critics. In May 2020, Trump and his supporters co-opted the term, and the Republican party had come to use the false narrative as justification to impose new voting restrictions in its favor. 

In June 2021, multiple national publications reported that Trump had told several people he could be "reinstated" as president in August, despite the fact that this is impossible. Other sources reported that he was planning to run for Congress so he could be appointed Speaker of the House.

On June 6, 2021, Trump resumed his campaign-style rallies with an 85-minute speech at the annual North Carolina Republican Party convention in Greenville, North Carolina.


  • Prior to 2016, Trump had attempted to run for President once before, appearing on the Reform Party ticket during the 2000 election.
  • He is only the third President of the United States in history to be impeached (the other two being Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton) and is the only President to be impeached twice.
  • He is an avid fan of professional wrestling and is good friends with current Chairman of WWE Vince McMahon (McMahon's wife, Linda, served in Trump's cabinet as the Administrator of the Small Business Administration from 2017 to 2019.)
    • He is also a celebrity inductee in the WWE Hall of Fame.
  • A 2000 episode of The Simpsons, called "Bart to the Future", inadvertently predicted Donald Trump winning the presidency.
  • He was a registered member of the Democratic Party from 2001 to 2009 and at one point donated to his future rival Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign during the 2008 election.
  • He is a teetotaler.
  • A parody of Trump, called Ronald Grump, appeared in a 1988 episode of Sesame Street. Ronald Grump is a Grouch who wishes to build "Grump Tower" on Oscar the Grouch's property.
  • He had his own short-form talk radio program called Trumped! (one to two minutes on weekdays) from 2004 to 2008.
  • From 2011 until 2015, he was a weekly unpaid guest commentator on Fox & Friends.
  • He once had an affair with pornographic actress Stormy Daniels, which gained a number of national headlines in 2018 after it was revealed that hush money he promised to pay her might have violated campaign finance laws.
    • Ironically, Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti, was convicted on federal counts including tax evasion, extortion, fraud, and embezzlement. He faces up to 40 years in prison.
  • He was the first President of the United States since George H. W. Bush to only serve one term.
  • He was also the first President of the United States to not have any prior experience in political office before being elected.
  • His signature campaign slogan, "Make America Great Again", was originally used by Ronald Reagan during Reagan’s successful 1980 presidential campaign.
    • Somewhat ironically, Bill Clinton also used the phrase in speeches during his successful 1992 presidential campaign and used it again in a radio commercial aired for his wife Hillary Clinton's unsuccessful 2008 presidential primary campaign.
  • He was the oldest person to be elected President of the United States when he was inaugurated on January 20, 2017, taking office at age 70; however, his successor, Joe Biden, has since surpassed this, having taken office at age 78.
  • On 23 April 2019, Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that he will bring a resolution for government approval to name a new community in the Golan Heights after Trump. The planned settlement was unveiled as Trump Heights on 16 June 2019.



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  2. Here is all the evidence that Trump incited the riot at the US capitol
  3. Family separation under the Trump administration - a timeline
  4. Fact check: are US migrant detention centres really concentration camps?
  5. Woman potentially sterilized at ICE facility nearly deported amid claims of forced migrant hysterectomies
  6. List of Trump's accusers and their accusations of sexual misconduct
  7. 'He Raped Me': When Donald Trump Was Accused of Sexual Assault
  8. Unpacking Donald Trump's Ties to Jeffrey Epstein, as Shown in Netflix's Filthy Rich
  9. TRAVEL BAN ROW What was Donald Trump's Muslim travel ban?
  10. Donald Trump: I was '100% right' about Muslims cheering 9/11 attacks
  11. 'Drug dealers, criminals, rapists': What Trump thinks of Mexicans
  12. Who Is Judge Gonzalo Curiel, The Man Trump Attacked For His Mexican Ancestry?
  13. Donald Trump Blames 'Both Sides' for Charlottesville Violence
  14. Donald Trump sidesteps call to condemn white supremacists — and the Proud Boys were 'extremely excited' about it
  15. Donald Trump retweets far-right group's anti-Muslim videos
  16. Donald Trump says vaccinations are causing an autism 'epidemic'
  17. Donald Trump Accused of Mocking Reporter with Disability
  18. Trump Used Racist Terms 'Kung Flu' And 'Chinese Virus' To Describe COVID-19
  19. Timeline: How Trump Has Downplayed The Coronavirus Pandemic
  20. Trump calls coronavirus Democrat's 'new hoax'
  21. Coronavirus: Trump suggests injecting disinfectant and touts power of sunlight to beat disease
  22. Trump's campaign 'distracted' White House from preventing thousands of COVID-19 deaths, Birx tells Congress
  23. Donald Trump's Many, Many, Many, Many Ties to Russia
  24. The Mueller Investigation, Explained
  25. Decades-Old Housing Discrimination Case Plagues Donald Trump
  26. A Trump-Owned Casino Was Fined For Agreeing to Keep Black Employees Away from a Racist High Roller
  27. Black Employees at a Trump Casino Were Reportedly Removed Whenever the Donald Arrived
  28. “Laziness Is a Trait in Blacks,” 1991 Book Quotes Trump as Saying
  29. Trump Tower Got Its Start With Undocumented Foreign Workers
  30. Brad Raffensperger Says Trump Phone Call to 'Find' Votes in Georgia Was a 'Threat'
  31. Trump impeachment: How Ukraine story unfolded
  32. Trump University: Yes, It Was a Massive Scam
  33. Trump agrees to shut down his charity amid allegations that he used it for personal and political benefit
  34. Donald J. Trump Pays Court-Ordered $2 Million For Illegally Using Trump Foundation Funds
  35. How Donald Trump retooled his charity to spend other people’s money
  36. Donald Trump Often Made Donations to State Attorneys General Reviewing His Business
  37. Trump's Yemen raid killed civilians including newborn baby: Report
  38. Trump tax avoidance: President dodged hundreds of millions in inheritance taxes, documents purportedly reveal
  39. Trump administration rejects Congress vote on Armenia 'genocide'