Donald Trump was born on June 14, 1946 in Queens, New York as the son of Fred Trump, a development and marketing of Real Estate in New York. He has three brothers, one male and two females. Her oldest sister Maryanne Trump Barry is a judge federal.Dan he is the brother of Michael Forest.
He had attended the Kew-Forest School in Forest Hills, Queens, but after the chaos going on there at the time he was 13 years old, Donald parents sent him to the New York Military Academy in the hope that Donald will be tough. It went well. Donald won an academic award, playing football in 1962, football in 1963 and baseball from the year 1962 to 1964 and captained the baseball team in 1964.
Ted Tobias, a renowned baseball coach gave Coach's Award to Donald in 1964. Once promoted as an officer-captain during his senior S4, Donald and an officer Sergeant Jeff Donaldson formed group of officers. Trump had attended Fordham University for two years before he moved to the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation in 1968 with a degree in Economics, he joined his father's real estate company. In his book, Trump: The Art of the Deal, Donald talk about university life:
"After I graduated from New York Military Academy in 1964, I never thought to go to film school .. but finally I decided that real estate was a much better business. I started by going to Fordham University .. but after 2 years of college I thought that I would be able to pursue higher degrees. I also enrolled in the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and I accepted .. and very happy it was after graduation. I immediately went home and worked with my father. "
At 13 years old, his parents sent to military school New York in hopes of energy channeled directly and he can be a firm that always speaks well. At college Trump became honorary worker in the campus Nyma (New York Military Academy). In 1962, Trump joined the football team, and then in 1962 to 1964 she entered the baseball team and became captain. Trump Coachs Award ever awarded in 1964 and had been promoted to captain Midshipman Military S4 (Cadet Battalion Logistics Officer). Trump attended Fordhan University for two years before being transferred to the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. After college in 1968, majoring in economics with a concentration in finance, he joined the company's sales of luxury homes owned by his father. When the status is still single.
Trump began his career at his father's company, The Trump Organization are concentrated in the middle-class home rentals. One of his first projects was renovating Swifton Village apartment complex in Cincinnati, Ohio. Trump change unit apartment complex in 1200 and raised rates 66% to 100%. When reselling Swifton Village for $ 12 million, the Trump Organization profit of U.S. $ 6 million. In the 1970s, Trump benefits from New York City government for the payment of taxes in exchange for the financial crisis facing the Hotel Commodore. Trump also successfully developed the property for the Javits Convention Center. The development of the Javits Convention Center makes Trump deal with the government of New York.
One of his projects worth U.S. $ 110 million is leaving New York to pay between U.S. $ 750 million to U.S. $ 1 billion. Trump offered to indemnify the project but his offer was rejected. Similar circumstances occurred when New York attempted to renovate the Wollman Rink in Central Park. A project in 1980 which ditagetkan completed in 2.5 years, but until 1986, and U.S. $ 12 million was spent unfinished projects. Trump offered to handle the project and he finished it in 6 months to fund only U.S. $ 2,750,000. Interestingly, during the early 1980s, Trump took over the services of Roy Cohn, the head of the Senate Permanent Committee on Investigations (Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations).
In 1990, as a result of the recession, Trump trouble paying its debts. He was faced with paying the loan over three casinos are the Taj Mahal which is equivalent to $ 1 billion with a very high interest. Although he had to defend his business with additional loans and postponed interest payments on the loan, in 1991, skyrocketing debt makes the business
suffered a major setback. Banks have lost hundreds of millions of dollars. On 2 November 1992, the Trump Plaza Hotel was forced to plan a package of bankruptcy protection after being unable to pay the unpaid loan. In the plan, Trump is willing to give 49 per cent share of the luxury hotels. To Citibank and five other funders. Instead, Trump received a better state that served as the Chief Executive position, even without pay.
In 1994, Trump lost 900 million dollars from his personal account and a drastic loss in the business sector amounted to 3.5 billion dollars. When he was forced to leave the Trump Shuttle, he was obliged to take care of Trump Tower in New York City and control of 3 pieces of casinos in Atlantic City. Chase Manhattan Bank has lent money to Trump to buy the West Side Yards, which is the biggest Manhattan parcel, forced to be sold to developers in Asia. According to former members of the Trump Organization, Trump did not return all of the ownership of Real Estate. The owner promised to give 30 percent of profits when the buildings had been developed or sold. Until that time, the owners want what you have to do is build a working Trump. They then provide a model for the construction and management of the funds to accelerate development.
Donald Trump has appeared in the media with a version of the caricature in television series and films such as Home Alone 2, The Nanny, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Pays of Our live and as a character he himself is The Little Rascals, as well as a star guest events talk show. In 2004, Trump became the executive producer and host of the NBC reality show, The Apprentice, both of which are top class management group competition. Contestants anyone fired or termination of the game. The winner of this game will be contracted for one year at the Trump company with a salary of 250 thousand dollars. For the first year, Trump gets beyaran $ 50,000 per episode, but because the show is a success, he then paid 3 million dollars per episode, and it became the highest-paid television. In 2007, Trump received awards for the program The Apprentice to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Trump is also known as a fan of Wrestling Entertaintment. He wrestles hosted at Mania IV and V at Trump Palza, and also featured several celebrities on the show Wresles Mania VII and XX. Trump was also involved in a WWE event that became known as the "War billionaire". This story began when Trump used the words that he can beat WWE owner Vince McMahon in any capacity. McMahon became furious, and he wants to fight one on one * with Trump. But both agreed to fight through their wrestlers at the event Wrestle Mania 23. Bobby Lashley trump appointed as fighter against fighter McMahon, Umaga.
Miss Universes organization owned by Trump and NBC. This organization produces the Miss Universe, Miss USA and Miss Teen USA. In 2005, Trump launched a business education company called Trump University. At one point Trump is launching companies that he named Trump Buffet, Trump Catering and Trump Ice Cream Parlor. January 2006, Trump launched an online travel web side, GoTrump.com. Webside contains beberpa Trump-owned property such as hotels and bureaus journey.
Trump married 3 times: first with Ivana Zelnickova, born in 1949, married in 1977 Trump, Ivana gave birth to 3 children, namely Donald Jr. on December 31, 1977, Ivanka on October 30, 1981 and Eric on January 11, 1984. In 1992 they divorced. then Marla Maples, born in 1963, Trump married her in 1993 and they have one child that is Tiffany who was born on October 13, 1993. then Melanija Kanvs, born in 1970. Trump proposed to her on 26 April 2004 and then married her on January 22, 2005 in Bethesda, Palm Beach, Florida. Present padasaat Bill Clinton, Barbara Walters, Tony Bennett and Radolph Giulani. They had one child who was born on March 20, 2006.