Birth & Early Life
Donald John Trump was born June 14, 1946 to Fred and Mary Anne McLeod Trump. Born in New York, Trump grew up in Queens and attended Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He was a third generation businessman prior to his venture into politics, following in the footsteps of his father (previously mentioned) and grandmother, Elizabeth Christ Trump; A German-born American woman who is considered the matriarch of the Trump family and founded the real estate company Elizabeth Trump & Son, known now as The Trump Organization.
Trump's physician, Harold Bornstein, issued a 2016 medical report that showed Trump's blood pressure, liver, and thyroid function to be in normal ranges. Trump said that he has never smoked cigarettes or consumed other drugs, including marijuana. He also drinks no alcohol a decision arising in part from watching his older brother Fred Jr. suffer from alcoholism that contributed to his early death in 1981.
Donald Trump ran and won the president in 2016 against Hillary Clinton, he became the 45th President of the United States, his vice president is Mike Pence. His victory was in part thanks to Kellyanne Conway; the first woman to run a successful presidential campaign. He also appointed Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.
Awards, Honors and Trophies
Donald Trump holds numerous honorary doctorates from Liberty University, Robert Gordon University, Wagner College and Lehigh University.
He has a star on the walk of fame, which he received in 2007, as well as the Muhammad Ali Entrepeneur Award received in the same year.
He received the Jewish National Fund's Tree of Life Award for contributions to Israel-United States relations in 1983 and The Algemeiner Liberty Award for contributions to Israel-United States relations in 2015.
Trump was also a recipient of the Ellis Island Award along with Muhammad Ali and Rosa Parks
Trump has made cameo appearances in 12 films and 14 television series, and he was twice nominated for an Emmy Award. He has also been drawn/depicted in multiple forms in comics, often in a negative way such as a version of M.O.D.O.K. or as some form of tyrant. Oddly enough, Trump's name is used as a form of alert (similar to an Amber Alert) for a missing wealthy individual in the Judge Dredd comics.
WWE:Battle of the Billionaires
In 2007, Donald Trump interrupted a fan appreciation night by dropping tens of thousands of dollars on the crowds stealing the spotlight from McMahon, which prompted the leader of the WWE to challenge Trump to a "Battle of the Billionaires" at Wrestlemania 23. The stipulation was added that the loser would have their head shaved, Trump defeated McMahon in the match.
Later in 2009, Trump purchased Monday Night RAW, aired it commercial free and gave all fans who purchased tickets a full refund.