Please extend a warm welcome to our incoming president. On the day of the election (November 8th, 2016), something that everyone believed to be impossible became a reality. Trump defeated Hillary Clinton, gained the majority of votes in the Electoral College, and was then chosen as the 45th President of the United States. This result was highly unexpected and went entirely against what the polls had predicted.
Even though this was a significant turning point in Trump’s life, he had already established a reputation for himself many years before he made the decision to run for president. Some people remember Trump because of his highly successful firm, The Trump Organization, which is the owner of a vast portfolio of opulent real estate holdings located in a variety of nations all over the globe.
Others remember Donald Trump for his contributions to the casino sector or for his iconic statement, “You’re fired,” from the television program The Apprentice.
Everyone has their own thoughts and feelings regarding President Donald Trump, and we won’t try to influence you one way or the other with our arguments. We are going to tell you all that we know about Donald Trump, and that includes information on his family, his business pursuits, his brushes with bankruptcy, and the arduous path that he traveled to become the President of the United States. In this detailed biography, we cover all of that and a lot more besides.
Early Recollections of One’s Life
Before we can comment on President Donald Trump as he is now, we need to first examine his background in order to have a better sense of who he really is. This will allow us to better comprehend who he is as a person. The 14th of June, 1946 saw Donald John Trump being welcomed into the world in Queens, New York by his parents, Frederick C. and Mary MacLeod Trump. He was the fourth kid to be born out of a total of five, with two brothers and two sisters as his siblings.
Kew Forest School, located in Forest Hills, New York, was Donald Trump’s first school stop when he moved to the area. When Donald Trump was thirteen years old, his parents enrolled him at the New York Military Academy, which is located in the upstate region of New York. Not only did he flourish academically after transferring to a new school, but he also emerged as a standout competitor on the athletic teams there. He was a captain of the school’s varsity baseball team in addition to being a member of the school’s varsity football and soccer teams.
After finishing first in his high school class in 1964 and enrolling at Fordham University, where he remained a student for two years until moving to the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania, Trump went on to achieve great success in the business world. He went above and above the requirements of the school by enrolling in extra courses in areas like as accounting, finance, and mortgages in order to soak in as much knowledge as possible during his time there. He received his degree in economics in 1968 and graduated from college.
He was now prepared to begin working for his father’s firm, Elizabeth Trump and Son, on a full-time basis. The company’s primary mission was to provide rental properties to families of middle-class income who lived in the Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island areas.
Trump values the time he was able to spend working alongside his father because he is aware that, without his father’s influence, he would not be the same person he is today.