|Donald Trump Quick Info
|6 ft 1 in
|Date of Birth
|June 14, 1946
Donald John Trump started his career by taking a loan of $1 million from his dad and later took over his family’s business in the field of real estate in 1971. Under his leadership, his family business grew and he started the construction of casinos, hotels, skyscraper buildings, golf courses, etc. He has also released his books and produced a reality TV show. In March 2018, he was the 766th richest person in the world as per Forbes.
Donald Trump, after successfully winning the 2016 Presidential elections, handed over his business empire to his sons. As a politician, he has served as a member of the Democratic Party, Republican Party, and Reform Party. He had again tried his luck to be the President of the U.S. for the second 4-year term in 2020 but he lost to Joe Biden.
Donald John Trump
The Donald, Agent Orange, Hair Fuhrer, Prima Donald, Tangerine Jesus, Mango Mussolini, The Trumpster, The Lord of the Wall Street Elite, The Corporate American, Donald John Trump Sr, The Godfather of the Republican Party, El Diablo (People of the Hispanic community call him by this name)
Queens, New York City, United States
Manhattan, New York City, United States
Donald Trump started his education at the Kew-Forest School, Queens, New York City. However, he had to leave school at the age of 13 due to his behavioral problems.
He then joined New York Military Academy, which is a private boarding school situated in the rural village of Cornwall-on-Hudson, which is located around 60 miles (97 km) north of New York City.
He then joined Fordham University located in the Bronx neighborhood in August 1964.
He remained at Fordham University for two years and went on to join the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce at the University of Pennsylvania, the reason being that it was one of the few universities offering courses in real estate.
In May 1968, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Wharton.
Businessman, TV Personality, Politician
- Father – Fred Trump (Real Estate Developer, Philanthropist)
- Mother – Mary Anne MacLeod (Housewife)
- Siblings – Elizabeth Trump (Older Sister) (Retired Chase Manhattan Bank Exec), Maryanne Trump (Older Sister) (Senior United States Circuit Judge) (Died in 2023), Robert S. Trump (Younger Brother), Fred Trump Jr. (Older Brother) (Businessman, Pilot)
6 ft 1 in or 185.5 cm
His driving license lists him at 6 ft 2 in or 188 cm though.
97.5 kg or 215 lbs (as per his jail records of August 2023)
Donald Trump’s net worth has been estimated at $2.5 billion as per Forbes on September 28, 2020.
Girlfriend / Spouse
Donald Trump has dated –
- Ivana Trump (1977-1992) – Donald Trump started dating his first wife Ivana Zelníčkovám who had moved to New York City to promote the Montreal Olympics in 1977. They got married in a very opulent wedding ceremony on April 7, 1977, at the Manhattan located Marble Collegiate Church. Their initial married years turned out to be blissful and they had three children – sons Donald Jr. (b. December 31, 1977) and Eric (b. January 6, 1984), and daughter Ivanka (b. October 30, 1981). She even served as the Vice President of Interior Design for the Trump organization. However, things started turning sour in 1990, when news of Trump’s affair with Marla Maples, the former beauty queen from Georgia was splashed across major tabloids. She filed for divorce in 1991 and eventually reached out of the court settlement with Trump in 1992. Even after the divorce settlement, they sued each other over alimony. Sadly, Ivana passed away in July 2022.
- Anna Nicole Smith – Donald had a very short-lived affair with Playboy model Anna Nicole Smith in the early 1990’s. He acknowledged his relationship with the busty model while making an appearance on the Howard Stern show in February 2007.
- Carla Bruni (1991) – Trump had a short and tumultuous affair with the Italian-French model Carla Bruni in 1991. The former French model was plastered all over the tabloids as she stepped out for a couple of dates with real estate baron. Trump even claimed that the former French first lady was trying to get him to leave his then flame, Marla Maples.
- Gabriela Sabatini (1989) – The real estate mogul had a steamy fling with the Argentine tennis star Gabriela Sabatini in 1989. Sabatini, who was one of the top-ranked tennis stars at that time, met Trump during an event and went out with him for about a month before he returned to his mistress Marla.
- Marla Maples (1989-1999) – According to the reports, Maples met Trump and started having an affair in 1989. Their affair got a lot of press coverage and even produced a child, Tiffany Ariana Trump, who was born on October 13, 1993. Trump got married for the second time in a lavish ceremony, which was attended by 1000 guests at the Plaza Hotel in New York in December 1993. However, Trump’s this relationship waned as well. They separated in May 1997 and got divorced in June 1999, which according to some observers was just short of time that would have given Marla bigger alimony than the $2 million she eventually got.
- Rowanne Brewer (1990) – Donald met former Miss Maryland at a beauty event in 1990. Trump was enamored at the first sight and invited her back to his house. According to rumors, he had allotted a chopper to her so that she could fly wherever he was working.
- Allison Giannini (1997) – Trump had a brief affair with then-budding actress Allison Giannini in 1997. According to reports, they went out for three dates in Aspen, Colorado.
- Ingrid Seynhaeve (1997) – Rumor
- Melania Trump (1998-Present) – Donald met his third and current wife in 1998 at a Fashion Week Party, which he was attending with some other woman. At the party, Donald asked for her number but as he was on another date, she didn’t give it. Instead, she asked for his number to check how serious he was. According to her logic, if he gave his business number, he was just fooling around. But, he gave her all his numbers and she called him after returning from a modeling photoshoot in the Caribbean. In April 2004, they got engaged and Trump walked down the aisle for the third time on January 22, 2005, at the Bethesda-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church. The wedding reception, which was once again a lavish affair, was held at Trump’s resort in Palm Beach and was even attended by Trump’s presidential rival Hillary Clinton and her husband Bill Clinton. On March 20, 2006, she gave birth to the couple’s first child, son Barron Trump.
- Kara Young (2001) – Trump’s affair with Kara Young was at the center of an infamous mudslinging contest between Trump and columnist A. J. Benza. On The Howard Stern Show, Benza claimed that Trump had stolen his girlfriend, which was verified by Trump himself, who went on to gloat about in the show. According to rumors, Trump ended the affair because Young wasn’t too mainstream.
- Karen McDougal (2006-2007) – Trump was rumored to be dating Playboy model Karen McDougal from 2006 to 2007. She has even mentioned about him in her handwritten memoirs.
- Stormy Daniels (2006) – In 2006, Trump had a secret affair with adult film actress Stormy Daniels. She was also paid $130,000 in hush money to remain silent. But, in January 2023, he himself admitted about his relationship with her on his own social media platform Truth Social.
Race / Ethnicity
On his father’s side, he has German ancestry and is of Scottish descent on his mother’s side.
His natural hair color is rumored to be “Light Brown”.
In the past, he has dyed his hair several times to red, brown, etc. on different occasions like on his own marriages and other events.
- Bizarre combover
- Orange caked-on makeup
- Monosyllabic, Dullardly Cadence
- Bloated, doughy face and midsection
Donald Trump has used his massive appeal and larger than life persona for some lucrative endorsements. He has appeared in TV adverts for famous brands such as Burger King and Pizza Hut.
He has also worked as a brand ambassador for Visa Check Card and cozone.com. Plus, he has made appearances in the commercials for the Serta mattress.
Best Known For
- Being the 45th President of the United States from January 2017 to January 2021
- Aggressive and abrasive style of politics
- Larger than life persona
- His affairs and flings with famous models and actresses
Donald Trump made his first film appearance as an actor in the 1989 comedy crime film Ghosts Can’t Do It as Donald Trump.
First TV Show
In 1985, Donald appeared in the comedy show The Jeffersons in just one episode titled “You’ll Never Get Rich” as Donald Trump. His role is uncredited.
Donald Trump’s workout and diet can be seen on Healthy Celeb.
Donald Trump’s Favorite Things
- Junk Food – Hamburgers
- Ice Cream – Cherry vanilla ice cream
- Movie – Citizen Kane
- Chocolate – See’s Candies
Source – Us Magazine
Donald Trump’s Facts
- During his senior year, Donald Trump was a regular participant in marching drills and went on to acquire the rank of captain for his diligence.
- In 2016, lawmakers in the British parliament had a debate over banning Trump from entering British shores.
- During the Vietnam War, he managed to get four student deferments to avoid joining the US army.
- The construction of the Grand Hyatt Hotel near Grand Central station in 1978 was Trump’s first big deal in the Manhattan area.
- The iconic Trump Towers, which helped Trump establish himself firmly in the real estate scene, was completed in 1983.
- Trump’s casino and hotel businesses have filed for six Chapter 11 bankruptcies, which helped him operate these businesses while negotiating debt.
- When his father died in 1999, he received around $250-300 million worth of share from his father’s estate in inheritance.
- Although he sold all his stake in the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City to billionaire Carl Ichan, Ichan still opted to keep Trump’s name on the property.
- Before the 2016 campaign, he was the Reform party’s presidential candidate in 2000 but had to drop out due to infighting in the party.
- Before abandoning his presidential bid in 2000, he managed to achieve victory in the California and Michigan primaries.
- Trump has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his work on his co-produced TV show The Apprentice.
- Trump applied to get his catchphrase You’re Fired, which he liberally used in The Apprentice show, trademarked in 2004.
- In 2011, he was inducted into the celebrity wing of the WWE hall of fame for his number of promotional appearances in the show for several years.
- Trump is a germaphobe and hates to shake hands. He has himself admitted in interviews that he prefers to keep his hands clean.
- For his performance in his debut movie Ghosts Can’t Do It, he was awarded the Razzie award for worst performance in the supporting role.
- Trump doesn’t drink alcohol because his older brother Fred Jr. Trump died due to alcoholism in 1981.
- He also doesn’t have tea or coffee.
- He has a Vodka line named after him. However, Trump Vodka failed to take off and was discontinued in 2011 almost six years after its launch.
- In September 2014, he offered free lifetime golf to then-US President Barack Obama at all Trump golf courses, provided he resigned from the presidency.
- Trump was awarded an honorary degree by Robert Gordon University in recognition for his achievements as a businessman. However, in 2015, his degree was revoked due to his controversial behavior and statements.
- There was a board game named after him. However, Trump: The Game was discontinued in 1989 due to a lack of sales.
- Donald bought a mega yacht that cost $100 million to build for just $29 million. However, he had to sell The Trump Princess in 1991 due to financial troubles.
- One of Trump’s main regrets is that he didn’t get to date Princess Diana, whom he sent tons of flowers after her divorce.
- For The Dark Knight Rises movie, Trump’s iconic residence at the Trump Towers was used for staging the fictional Wayne Enterprises.
- Donald Trump banned the TikTok app from U.S. app stores from September 20, 2020, onwards which was delayed later on for a week. It later announced that it would no longer ban the app as the U.S. companies Oracle and Walmart had taken over the majority stake in TikTok Global (the company managing the U.S.-based operations).
- In October 2020, Donald Trump was tested COVID-19 positive along with his wife Melania Trump.
- Donald spent 3 days in the hospital for COVID-19 treatment and joined the White House post that.
- After getting defeated in the 2020 Presidential Elections, his dress was immediately changed to golfing attire in Madame Tussauds wax museum in London.
- After he lost his second term as President to Joe Biden, it was revealed by TMZ that Donald could make as high as $1 million just for speaking in front of the American crowd. For the international crowd, this fee could go as high as $2 million.
- In December 2020, Donald Trump directly sued Joe Biden and Kamala Harris for overturning the Wisconsin election results.
- In December 2020, Donald Trump had passed a $900 billion-plus COVID relief package for U.S. citizens.
- Donald was the most admired man of 2020 as per the Gallup poll.
- In January 2021, Donald Trump was locked out of his Twitter account @realDonaldTrump for 12 hours due to his 3 tweets that violated Twitter’s policy. Trump had tweeted after the US Capitol riots in Washington D.C. After Twitter, Facebook had also banned him for 24 hours for 2 policy violations. Even, Instagram had also banned him. After 24 hours, his ban on Facebook and Instagram was extended indefinitely. Later, his Twitter account was permanently suspended and his Instagram and Facebook accounts were suspended for 2 years.
- During the last days of Donald Trump as the President, he was banned from many apps including Pinterest, Shopify, Twitch, Snapchat, YouTube, Reddit, and TikTok.
- In January 2021, almost after a week of the Capitol Riots, YouTube banned Donald from uploading new videos on their platform for a minimum of 7 days. Concurrently, they also indefinitely disabled comments on his channel.
- In January 2021, he was impeached due to his role in the incitement of the riot at the U.S. Capitol building. This made him the first president to be impeached twice in U.S. history as he was earlier impeached in 2019. Later in February 2021, he was acquitted by the U.S. Senate with 57 votes for guilty and 43 votes for not guilty.
- In February 2021, Donald resigned his membership from the labor union SAG-AFTRA. He was a member for more than 30 years. Later, he was banned from re-joining the SAG-AFTRA.
- In February 2021, his tax records were obtained by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office in order to investigate potential tax and business fraud related to his properties. Later, in May 2021, the New York prosecutors revealed that they were investigating the Trump Organization’s inner workings in a criminal capacity. In August 2022, it was announced that Trump had refused to answer the questions and was pleading the fifth. Later that month, the chief financial officer for the Trump Organization, Allen Weisselberg pled guilty to 15 charges related to tax fraud and evasion. The plea also required that he would testify against the Trump Organization at the trial.
- In May 2021, Donald was sued by a Chinese-American civil rights group for $22.9 million because Trump had referred to COVID-19 as ‘China Virus’, ‘Wuhan Virus’, and even ‘Kung Flu Virus’.
- In June 2021, Donald revealed to Fox Business that he didn’t like the cryptocurrency Bitcoin and it seemed like a scam to him. He wanted the dollar to be the currency of the world.
- In November 2021, Donald was awarded the 9th Dan Black belt, which is the highest level possible in Taekwondo, by Kukkiwon (headquarters of the World Taekwondo Academy).
- In December 2021, Donald was accused of taking part in the Presidential debate in 2020 after reportedly testing positive for COVID-19. It was claimed that Trump had been tested positive for coronavirus on September 26, 2020.
- In July 2022, Donald Trump called Elon Musk a “bullsh*t artist” after he denied buying Twitter for $44 billion claiming lots of spam accounts.
- In October 2022, Donald Trump sued CNN for defamation and was seeking $475 million in damages. In July 2023, it was revealed that the lawsuit had been dismissed.
- In late 2022, Elon Musk-led Twitter confirmed that they were permanently suspending the account of Donald Trump on Twitter as it might encourage further violence. In late November 2022, Twitter reinstated Trump’s Twitter account after Elon Musk conducted an online poll and around 51.8% of people voted in favor of Trump’s Twitter account. However, Donald Trump suggested that he would not use his Twitter account.
- Donald does his own hair but his wife cuts them.
- In November 2022, Donald announced that he would be running for President of the United States during the 2024 elections.
- Once he had kept Shaquille O’Neal‘s shoes in his office.
- He likes to read history, biographies, and the New York Post’s Page Six.
- He likes driving by himself when out of the city.
- His mother was born in Scotland and he developed a golf course there.
- In February 2023, the head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards’ aerospace force named Amirali Hajizadeh revealed that he was looking to kill Donald Trump and Mike Pompeo (former US Secretary of State). According to Amirali, they were responsible for the killing of the top Iranian commander, Qassem Soleimani in 2020 during a US drone strike.
- In March 2023, Donald Trump revealed that Princess Diana once kissed his a**.
- In March 2023, he was officially indicted by a New York grand jury for paying $130,000 in hush money to adult film star Stormy Daniels to remain silent on claims that they had an affair in 2006. He was charged with 34 felony counts of fraud and each of the felonies carried a maximum prison sentence of four years. This meant that he could face up to 136 years in prison if found guilty of all the charges.
- Because of the hush money case, he became the first former U.S. President to face criminal charges in March 2023.
- In April 2023, it was revealed that Donald had also allegedly paid $150,000 through AMI to silence Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal about their affair. The indictment also claimed that a $30,000 payment was made from AMI to a former Trump Tower doorman who reportedly had information about a child that Donald had fathered out of wedlock.
- In the past, journalist E. Jean Carroll filed a lawsuit against Donald, accusing him of “battery and defamation”. She also claimed that he raped her in 1996 in a Manhattan department store dressing room. In May 2023, Donald was found liable for defaming and sexually abusing her, but not liable for rape. E. Jean was awarded $5 million in damages. Jean later accused Donald of making additional defamatory comments in 2019 and in January 2024, it was decided that he would be paying the writer $83.3 million ($18.3 million was for compensatory damages and $65 million was for punitive damages).
- In June 2023, Donald was arrested in Miami and was accused of mishandling national security documents. He had allegedly taken more than 300 classified documents to Mar-a-Lago after leaving the White House in January 2021 and more than 100 of those documents were seized during an FBI raid in 2022.
- In July 2023, after cocaine was found at the White House, Trump claimed that then-President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden were using the drug.
- In July 2023, Hunter Biden reportedly sent a cease-and-desist letter to Donald due to his social media posts. Hunter’s lawyer had claimed that Trump’s comments were defamatory.
- In August 2023, Donald was indicted again and was accused of trying to overturn the 2020 election results of Georgia state. He was charged with “conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, conspiracy against rights, obstruction of an attempt to obstruct an official proceeding, and conspiracy to defraud the United States. Later that month, he had pleaded ‘not guilty’ to the charges. For this reason, later in the month, he was arrested. He, however, got bail after paying $200,000. Overall, he spent 20 minutes at the jail in Georgia and his booking number was P01135809.
- In August 2023, he became the first former US President to pose for a mug shot.
- In February 2024, Donald was fined $364 million in the civil fraud trial case.