Neil Gorsuch

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Some of those are the following opinions: During the U.S. presidential election in September 2016, candidate Donald Trump included Gorsuch, as well as his circuit colleague Timothy Tymkovich, in a list of 21 current judges whom Trump would consider nominating to the Supreme Court if elected. After Trump took office in January 2017, unnamed Trump advisers listed Gorsuch in a shorter list of eight of those names, who they said were the leading contenders to be nominated to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. On January 31, 2017, President Trump announced his nomination of Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

Trump tariffs

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The Trump tariffs are a series of tariffs imposed during the presidency of Donald Trump as part of his economic policy. In January 2018, Trump imposed tariffs on solar panels and washing machines of 30 to 50 percent. Later the same year he imposed tariffs on steel (25%) and aluminum (10%) from most countries. On June 1, 2018, this was extended on the European Union, Canada, and Mexico. The only countries which remain exempted from the steel and aluminum tariffs are Australia and Argentina. Separately, on July 6, the Trump administration set a tariff of 25% on 818 categories of goods imported from China worth $50 billion.

Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections

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On the same day, Donald Trump Jr. released a statement saying it had been a short introductory meeting focused on adoption of Russian children by Americans and "not a campaign issue". Later that month The Washington Post revealed that Trump Jr.'s statement had been dictated by President Donald Trump, who had overruled his staff's recommendation that the statement be transparent about the actual motivation for the meeting: the Russian government's wish to help Trump's campaign.

Special Counsel investigation (2017–present)

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USA Today and The New York Times reported on January 31, 2018, that Mueller's office is expected to question Mark Corallo, the former spokesman for President Trump's legal team, about his reported concerns that the president and his longtime aide Hope Hicks might have sought to obstruct justice. Corallo reportedly plans to tell investigators that Hicks told President Trump on a conference call that the Trump Jr. emails regarding his meeting with Russians "will never get out." Hicks' attorney denied the allegation. Mueller's investigators reportedly interviewed Hicks in early December 2017.

The Adventures of Ford Fairlane

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Kari Wuhrer as Melodi. 1) "Cradle of Love" — Billy Idol. 2) "Sea Cruise" — Dion. 3) "Funky Attitude" — Sheila E. 4) "Glad to Be Alive" — Lisa Fischer, Teddy Pendergrass. 5) "Can't Get Enough" — Tone Loc. 6) "Rock 'N Roll Junkie" — Mötley Crüe. 7) "I Ain't Got You" — Andrew Dice Clay. 8) "Last Time in Paris" — Queensrÿche. 9) "Unbelievable" — Yello. 10) "Wind Cries Mary" — Richie Sambora.

Links between Trump associates and Russian officials

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Trump", to which Donald Trump Jr. responded, "if it's what you say I love it". On October 9, 2017, CNN reported that Scott S. Balber, formerly a lawyer for Donald Trump and now the billionaire Agalarov's lawyer, obtained a memo from Veselnitskaya which showed that her focus at the meeting was repealing the Magnitsky Act sanctions, "not providing damaging information on Clinton". Subsequently, Foreign Policy published the full memo she took to the meeting.

List of Presidents of the United States by previous experience

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He did so after his presidency. 1 President served as President of the United States for two non-consecutive terms, Grover Cleveland. 1 President served no major elective or appointive offices, or periods of military service prior to election to the Presidency, Donald Trump. President of the United States. List of Presidents of the United States by other offices held.

Trans-Pacific Partnership

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On 23 January 2017, US President Donald Trump signed a presidential memorandum to [[s:Regarding Withdrawal of the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiations and Agreement|withdraw the United States' signature from the agreement]], making its ratification as it was in February 2016 virtually impossible. On April 13, 2018, U.S. President Donald Trump said the United States may rejoin the Trans-Pacific Partnership. APEC members may accede to the TPP, as may any other jurisdiction to which existing TPP members agree. After an application for membership is received, a commission of parties to the treaty negotiates conditions for accession.

List of presidents of the United States by age

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The youngest person to assume the office was Theodore Roosevelt, who became president at the age of 42 years, 332 days, following William McKinley's assassination; the oldest was Donald Trump, who was 70 years, 238 days old at his inauguration. The youngest person to be elected president was John F. Kennedy, at 43 years, 174 days of age on election day; the oldest was Ronald Reagan, who was 73 years, 292 days old at the time of his election to a second term. Assassinated three years into his term, John F.

Fred Trump

Fred's son Donald Trump joined Trump Management Company around 1968, and rose to become company president in 1971. Donald Trump claimed to receive a loan from his father in the mid-1970s of $1 million (documented as numerous loans exceeding $14 million). This allowed Donald to enter the real estate business in Manhattan, while his father stuck to Brooklyn and Queens. "It was good for me," Donald later commented. "You know, being the son of somebody, it could have been competition to me. This way, I got Manhattan all to myself."

Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act

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The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act was signed into United States federal law by President Donald Trump on May 24, 2018. The bill eases regulations imposed by Dodd-Frank after the financial crisis of 2007–2008 by raising the threshold to $250 billion from $50 billion under which banks are deemed too important to the financial system to fail.

New York Military Academy

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The school was attended by the President of the United States, Donald Trump, who graduated in 1964. On March 3, 2015, NYMA filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, and was sold at auction by the board controlled by Alumni to a foundation: Center for Research on Conservation which reopened the school in November 2015. The Research Center then poured millions of dollars into the campus to support instruction and capital improvements. The campus also has been host to popular camps like Camp All America into the 1980's and currently the NYMA Leadership Program.

Fordham University

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Attorney General, a U.S. vice-presidential candidate, and a president of the United States, Donald Trump. The university's athletic teams, the Rams, include a football team that boasts a win in the Sugar Bowl, two Pro Football Hall of Famers, two All-Americans, two Canadian Football League All-Stars, and numerous NFL players; the Rams also participated in history's first televised college football game in 1939 and history's first televised college basketball game in 1940. Fordham's baseball team played the first collegiate baseball game under modern rules in 1859, has fielded 56 major league players, and holds the record for most NCAA Division I baseball victories in history.

Mary Anne MacLeod Trump

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"Mary Trump" and "Mary Anne Trump" redirect here. For her daughter, see Maryanne Trump Barry. Mary Anne Trump ( MacLeod, Màiri Anna NicLeòid; May 10, 1912 – August 7, 2000) was the mother of Donald Trump, the 45th and current president of the United States, and the wife of real estate developer Fred Trump. Born in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, she migrated to the United States in 1930 and became a naturalized citizen in 1942. She raised five children with her husband and engaged in philanthropic activities in the New York area. Mary Anne MacLeod was born in a pebbledash croft house owned by her father since 1895 in Tong on the Isle of Lewis.

Ivanka Trump

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Ivana Marie "Ivanka" Trump (born October 30, 1981) is an American businesswoman, fashion designer, author and reality television personality. She is the daughter of the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump, and former model Ivana Trump. Ivanka is her father's senior advisor and is also the first Jewish member of a First Family, having converted before marrying her Jewish husband, Jared Kushner. Trump is a fourth generation businessperson who followed in the footsteps of her great-grandmother Elizabeth Christ Trump (who founded the company), grandfather Fred Trump, and father Donald Trump. Ivanka was an executive vice president of the family-owned Trump Organization.

Donald Trump Jr.

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In June 2018, Trump Jr liked a tweet suggesting that the migrant children separated from their parents due to the Trump administration family separation policy were actually actors. In August 2018, Trump Jr. shared on Instagram a doctored image which had been crudely edited to falsely state that CNN had reported his father, President Trump's approval rating as 50%. The actual CNN report had Trump at 40%, below Obama's 45% at the same point of his presidency. Trump Jr. deleted the image two days later.

Paris Agreement

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President Donald Trump announced his intention to withdraw his country from the agreement. Under the agreement, the earliest effective date of withdrawal for the U.S. is November 2020, shortly before the end of President Trump's current term. In practice, changes in United States policy that are contrary to the Paris Agreement have already been put in place. In July 2017 French Environment Minister Nicolas Hulot announced a plan to ban all petrol and diesel vehicles in France by 2040 as part of the Paris Agreement. Hulot also stated that France would no longer use coal to produce electricity after 2022 and that up to €4 billion will be invested in boosting energy efficiency.

Marla Maples

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Maples is best known for her marriage to Donald Trump, beginning with a relationship initiated while Trump was married to first wife, Ivana. Maples met Trump in 1989 and had a highly publicized relationship with at least one breakup. Trump appeared on the front page of the New York Post eight days in a row, to Trump's amazement. The couple had a daughter, Tiffany Ariana Trump, born on October 13, 1993. The 1993 Long Island Rail Road shooting caused Trump to reevaluate his life and propose to Maples. The couple married in December 1993 at New York City's Plaza Hotel in a ceremony reportedly attended by a thousand guests, including Rosie O'Donnell and O. J. Simpson.

Norman Vincent Peale

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As a child, Donald Trump attended Marble Collegiate Church with his parents, Fred and Mary. Both he and his two sisters were married there. Trump has repeatedly praised Peale and cited him as a formative influence. Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, says Norman Vincent Peale's messages influenced him to success. Peale is referred to in the song "The John Birch Society" by the Chad Mitchell Trio ("Norman Vincent Peale may think he's kidding us along ... he keeps on preaching brotherhood, but we know what he means ...").

Jared Kushner

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In April 2016, the New York Observer became one of only a [[List of Donald Trump presidential campaign endorsements, 2016#Newspapers, magazines, and other media|handful of newspapers]] to officially endorse United States presidential candidate Donald Trump in the Republican primary, but the paper ended the campaign period by choosing not to back any presidential candidate at all. Kushner stepped down from his newspaper role in January 2017 to pursue a role in President Donald Trump's administration. He was replaced by his brother-in-law. Jared Kushner had been a lifelong Democrat prior to Donald Trump entering politics.

Maryanne Trump Barry

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"Maryanne Trump" redirects here. For her mother, see Mary Anne MacLeod Trump. Maryanne Trump Barry (born April 5, 1937) is an American attorney and an inactive Senior United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. She is an older sister of Donald Trump, the 45th and current president of the United States. Barry was born Maryanne Trump in Queens in New York City, the eldest child of real-estate developer Fred Trump and Mary Anne MacLeod Trump. She is an elder sister of Donald Trump. She attended Kew-Forest School, as did her younger brother Donald Trump.

Melania Trump

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When she was asked by The New York Times what her role would be if Donald Trump were to become President, she replied: "I would be very traditional, like Betty Ford or Jackie Kennedy." In 2000, she appeared with Donald Trump while he campaigned for that year's Reform Party presidential nomination; she also modeled for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Knauss and Donald Trump became engaged in 2004. On January 22, 2005, they married in an Anglican service at The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida, followed by a reception in the ballroom at her husband's Mar-a-Lago estate. The marriage was her first and his third.

Republican Party (United States)

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Following the results of the 2018 midterm elections, the Republican Party controls the bulk of the power in the United States as of 2019, holding the presidency (Donald Trump), a majority in the Senate, and a majority of governorships and state legislatures (full control of 30/50 legislatures, split control of two). Furthermore, the GOP presently holds a "trifecta" (control of the executive branch and both chambers of the legislative branch) in a plurality of states (22 of 50). Five of the nine current justices of the Supreme Court were appointed by Republican presidents.