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    Donald Trump

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    caused a commotion throughout the public and our government. The information that was leaked were about Donald Trump supposedly colluding with Russia in order to manipulate the people to win as President of the United States. As the year passed, the government had launched an investigation against Trump to find the truth about working with the Russians. Throughout the internet, articles relating to Trump and his administration colluding with the the Russians do support the accusations of manipulating the

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    Donald trump was born on June14, 1946 in Queens, New York. Donald was an energetic child and his parents sent him to the New York Military Academy at the age of 13, his parents were hoping that he could learn to channel his energy in a positive way. While trump was at the Academy he did very well and he became a good athlete and a star leader by the time he graduated in 1964. Donald started out at Fordham University and went to college there for 2 years and over those 2 years he transferred to the

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    Leadership. Donald Trump

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    “A leader leads by example, whether he intends to or not.” Introduction: Donald John Trump was born on June 14, 1946, in Queens, New York, the fourth of five children of Frederick C. and Mary Macleod Trump. Frederick Trump was a builder and real estate developer who came to specialize in constructing and operating middle income apartments in the Queens, Staten Island, and Brooklyn. Donald Trump was an energetic, assertive child, and his parents sent him to the New York Military Academy at age 13

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    Donald Trump President

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    Should Donald Trump Be President? We have a major decision to make, as on every leap year, but this generation of voters has the largest presidential decision in history. Who should be our president? Donald Trump should not be president because he has not paid income taxes, insults people over the internet, and has broken other laws. Electing Donald Trump will have effects such as unfair tax rates, hostile and weak world relations, and the allowance of broken laws without being caught. Despite arguments

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    Donald Trump Qualities

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    seen on the news over the past few months, Donald Trump has announced entrance into the 2016 presidential race. Donald Trump would make a good president because of his successful business tactics. Over Donald’s career as a real estate agent and entrepreneur, he has become a billionaire and as of today he is worth over $4 billion according to Forbes.com. The first thing one may ask is what some of the qualifications to become President are and does Mr. Trump meet them? According to Article II, Section

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    Donald Trump Racism

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    Sanders, and Donald Trump all seemed to have faithful supporters. Nevertheless, Donald Trump had the most attention with his famous phrases "make America great again" and "deport 'em all". Phrases which soon had him portrayed as a racist. Over 11 million of undocumented immigrants began to fear for their lives, here in the United States. (Park & Griggs) Along with undocumented immigrants, Muslims, people from the LGBT community, and others were attacked by presidential candidate, Donald Trump. During

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    Donald Trump Persuasive

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    Trump to Triumph or Trump to Dump The U.S. presidential election of 2016 is one of the most discussed topics of the year. There has been a number of debates contrasting each of the presidential candidates between each other and with previous presidents such as President Barrack Obama. However, the most talked about candidate has been none other than Donald Trump. As well-known business man who was granted a great deal of money from his father, Donald Trump’s presidency campaign was a huge surprise

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    Donald Trump for President of the United States I strongly support the Republican candidate Donald Trump as our president for the upcoming election of 2016. He is a great politician and also a very smart man. He is what this country needs to bring us out of the dark hole that we have been sitting in these past few years. He is the man with the plan and will turn this country back around to where it needs to be! Trump is a strong believer in the use of American Exceptionalism, or that this country

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    Donald Trump Debate

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    When I watch the presidential debates I get a big kick out of what Donald Trump does, for example if the moderator re-asks a question and really tries to box him in for details. He just claims "the best" and pivots back out. For example, he said "My energy plans will be the best plans ever seen on earth, and by the way what were her plans the last 30 years a disaster” It's no accident he lives in a world of gold letters with his own name everywhere. Can you imagine how terrified a doubt would have

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    Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are running for President of the United States with opposing views on how to run the country. Both candidates have a lot of problems that could affect their candidacy. The 2016 presidential election could be the most scandal-plagued match-up ever held. The Republican front-runner is at least as burdened with controversy as Clinton is, and while many of the Clinton cases involve suspicion and shadowy links, many of Trump’s accusations are fully documented in court

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