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Listen up, America! This is your president speaking.

Today I am talking about me. That’s right! Donald Trump! The real estate billionaire! I’m interesting, so you better listen! Ghost writer, take it over.My life started with money.

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I was born on June 14, 1946 in Queens, NYC. My father, Fred Trump, was a real estate mogul. As a child, I was energetic. My teachers, jealous of my wealth, manipulated my parents to think I misbehaved often. This resulted in my parents sending me to New York Military Academy at 13.  I was a star student at this school! I was a great athlete, and was quite popular.

My grades increased greatly. I imagine my parents were very proud. In 1946, I began my college education at Fordham U.

I excelled here, but after a couple years, I went to Wharton School of Finance. My father and I thought it was the best school for real estate and economics! While I studied, I worked at the family business, Elizabeth Trump & Son and graduated in 1968 with a bachelor’s degree. Quite impressive, hm?Real Estate CareerI started off in Brooklyn. My father gave me a small loan of a million dollars.

In 1968, I began my work at his father’s real estate development company. When my father became chairman of the board in 1971, I was finally promoted to the CEO of the company and renamed it The Trump Organization. FINALLY, I was the boss. One of my first projects was the renovation of the (now closed) Swifton Village apartment building in Cincinnati, Ohio. My very rich father had bought this with $5.

7 million dollars, which is the equivalent of $46 million today. Of course this was successful! I earned millions out of this building. This inspired me to do more and make more. I fixed and bought golf courses, hotels, and the Trump Taj Mahal Casino (formerly the Taj Mahal Casino).

From 1994 to 2002  I even had a 50% share of the Empire State Building. I would have renamed it “Trump Empire State Building Tower Apartments”, but I unfortunately wasn’t able to boost my share of the building. Even though I was disappointed, I continued to build my masterpiece, the Trump Tower. Trump Tower is a 58-story, 664-foot-high (202 m) skyscraper. Trump Tower serves as the headquarters for The Trump Organization, my company. Additionally, it was a home to my family and I.

(Now, I live in the White House.)Many people think I have gone bankrupt. Only two “bankruptcies” were filed after 1992, totaling six. Trump Hotels and Casinos Resorts filed for “bankruptcy” again in 2004, after accruing about $1.8 billion in debt. Trump Entertainment Resorts also went “bankrupt” in 2009. But I think everyone should go through hard times.

Once.TV shows and booksIn 2003, I became the executive producer and host of the reality show “The Apprentice” in which contestants competed for a management job in one of my businesses, and were fired and eliminated from the game. I personally loved working on this show! It was fantastic, and it was there where I developed my catchphrase, “You’re fired!”.I have written and published numerous bestseller books. My first book was Trump: The Art of the Deal. I published this book in 1987 as an autobiography and business advice book. It sold HUMONGOUSLY! Everyone could not get enough of me.

After this, i wrote many more books. This includes:(not in any order)-Time to Get Tough: Make America Great Again!-Trump:The Art of the Comeback-Bibliography of Donald Trump-Crippled America-The America We Deserve -Think Big and Kick AssAnd that’s not all of ’em!Becoming the Best President On June 16, 2015, I announced my candidacy for President USA at Trump Tower. In the speech, revealed my campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again”. (Which I “borrowed” from Reagan.

) I got many followers during this campaign. After becoming the Republican rep, I began campaigning against Hillary Clinton. Clinton was a tough opponent,