1989 MTV Video Music Awards

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Andrew Dice Clay – performed a brief stand-up routine and introduced Cher. Ken Ober and Colin Quinn – presented Viewer's Choice and appeared in segments about Viewer's Choice voting procedures throughout the show. Julie Brown and Richard Marx – presented Best Male Video and Best Female Video. Michael Hutchence – presented Video of the Year.

Atlantic City, New Jersey

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Many boxing matches have been held at Donald Trump's Trump Plaza, promoted either by Bob Arum or Don King. Atlantic City is one of five municipalities in the state—and the only one outside of Cape May County—that offer free public access to oceanfront beaches monitored by lifeguards, joining Wildwood, North Wildwood, Wildwood Crest and Upper Township's Strathmere section. Atlantic City is governed within the Faulkner Act (formally known as the Optional Municipal Charter Law) under the Mayor-Council system of municipal government (Plan D), implemented by direct petition effective as of July 1, 1982. The City Council is the governing body of Atlantic City.

Plaza Hotel

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Westin sold The Plaza to Donald Trump for $390 million on March 27, 1988 (equivalent to $ in ). Trump commented on his purchase in a full-page open letter in The New York Times: "I haven't purchased a building, I have purchased a masterpiece – the Mona Lisa. For the first time in my life, I have knowingly made a deal that was not economic – for I can never justify the price I paid, no matter how successful the Plaza becomes." Trump installed his wife, Ivana Trump, as the hotel's president. After $50 million in renovations, the hotel was earning a healthy operating income, but not enough to make the payments on its heavy debt load.

Bonwit Teller

Shortly thereafter, the company's flagship store was sold separately to Donald Trump. Trump demolished the flagship Manhattan location in 1980 to build the first Trump Tower and Bonwit opened a new location, around the corner from its original store, at Fifth Avenue and 56th Street. The new location would be attached to Trump Tower's indoor mall and was constructed by joining several adjoining buildings. The new store, with 84000 sqft of space, was significantly smaller than the original Bonwit Teller with over 225000 sqft. Ultimately, Bonwit only lasted a short time in its new location, before being closed in 1990.

The St. Regis Toronto

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After it opened in 2012 as the Trump International Hotel and Tower Toronto, the hotel was controversial for its affiliation with American then real estate developer Donald Trump, who later was elected President of the United States. In 2017, this affiliation led to calls from the public for the hotel to drop its Trump branding following the U.S. President’s Executive Order 13769, which restricted people from a number of predominantly Muslim countries from traveling to the United States. The Trump Organization, a company owned by the Trump family, used to hold the management contract for the hotel and was a minority shareholder in the project.

Trump Park Avenue

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Trump purchased the hotel from Korein's estate in 2002 for $115 million.

Tour DuPont

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The Tour DuPont was a cycling stage race in the United States held between 1989 and 1996, initially called the Tour de Trump. It was intended to become a North American cycling event similar in format and prestige to the Tour de France. The tour's names came from its sponsors, first the businessman (and later U.S. President) Donald Trump and then later DuPont. The race was held in the mid-Atlantic states, including areas near DuPont's Wilmington, Delaware, headquarters. DuPont withdrew their sponsorship of the race after the 1996 edition, and the event has not been run since.

WrestleMania

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T, Alice Cooper, Lawrence Taylor, Pamela Anderson, Mike Tyson, Donald Trump, Floyd Mayweather, Pete Rose, Burt Reynolds, Mickey Rourke, Snoop Dogg, Sean "Diddy" Combs, Kid Rock, Fred Durst, Ozzy Osbourne, Ronda Rousey, Rob Gronkowski, and Shaquille O'Neal have participated or made special appearances within the events. The first WrestleMania was held in Madison Square Garden in New York City; the 10th and 20th editions were also held there. WrestleMania III in the Detroit suburb of Pontiac, Michigan was the highest-attended indoor sports event in the world, with 93,173 fans in attendance.

Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn

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Andrew Dice Clay (born 1957), comedian. Michael A. DiSpezio (born 1953), writer, performer and broadcast host. James E. Fitzsimmons (1874–1966), thoroughbred horse trainer. Frank Frazetta (1928-2010), comic book artist. Keith Green (1953–1982), gospel singer. Terry Gross (born 1951), host of Fresh Air on National Public Radio. Garland Jeffreys (born 1943), singer-songwriter. Vince Lombardi (1913–1970), NFL head coach of the Green Bay Packers. Marty Markowitz (born 1945), former Brooklyn borough president. Lee Mazzilli (born 1955), former New York Mets baseball player and coach for the Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees. Rico Petrocelli, Boston Red Sox shortstop and third baseman.

Pretty in Pink

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Andrew Dice Clay as Bouncer. Kristy Swanson as Duckette. Alexa Kenin as Jena Hoeman. Dweezil Zappa as Simon. Gina Gershon as Trombley.

Oval Office

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[[File:President Trump's First 100 Days- 43 (34252543421).jpg|330px|thumb| President Donald Trump meets with (from left) U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price; Vice President Mike Pence; Speaker of the House Paul Ryan; Dr. Zeke Emanuel; and Director of Domestic Policy Council Andrew Bremberg, Monday, March 20, 2017, in the Oval Office.]] The Oval Office is the working office space of the President of the United States located in the West Wing of the White House, Washington, D.C.. The room features three large south-facing windows behind the president's desk, and a fireplace at the north end.

Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino

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The Trump Plaza is a closed hotel and casino on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey, owned by Trump Entertainment Resorts. Designed by architect Martin Stern Jr., it operated from May 15, 1984 until September 16, 2014. The Trump Organization, a company owned by real estate developer Donald Trump, began construction of the casino in June 1982. Harrah's, the gaming unit of Holiday Inns, joined as a partner a month later. Trump would oversee the construction, while Harrah's would operate the property, referred to as Harrah's Boardwalk, after opening. The property opened as Harrah's at Trump Plaza on May 14, 1984.

Casual Sex?

Andrew Dice Clay as Vinny. Mary Gross as Ileen. Valerie Breiman as Megan. Peter Dvorsky as Matthew. David Sergeant as Frankie. Cynthia Phillips as Ann. Don Woodard as Gary. Danny Breen as Dr. Goodman. Bruce Abbott as Keith. Susan Ann Connor as Dierdre.

Trump Entertainment Resorts

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However, Carl Icahn, who held the mortgage on the Trump casinos, would reject the sale of the Trump Plaza. In early August 2014, Donald Trump filed a lawsuit demanding removal of his name from the company's two casinos, because they had allegedly been allowed to fall into disrepair, in breach of the licensing agreement for Trump's name. In September 2014, Trump Entertainment Resorts filed again for bankruptcy, and closed the Trump Plaza.

Ronald Reagan

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The contenders included even Donald Trump, who had previously been skeptical. The period of American history most dominated by Reagan and his policies that concerned taxes, welfare, defense, the federal judiciary and the Cold War is known today as the Reagan Era. This time period emphasized that the conservative "Reagan Revolution," led by Reagan, had a permanent impact on the United States in domestic and foreign policy. The Bill Clinton administration is often treated as an extension of the Reagan Era, as is the George W. Bush administration.

Robert Jeffress

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On June 21, 2016, candidate Trump named Jeffress as a member of Trump's Evangelical Advisory Board and White House Faith Initiative. Jeffress has described the Board's relationship with Trump as "This isn't so much our advising the president as it is the president seeking our perspective on a number of issues." In March 2018, Jeffress appeared as a Fox News contributor to discuss allegation that Donald Trump had an affair with a former adult film star Stormy Daniels, saying, "Even if it's proven to be true, it doesn't matter." stating it is irrelevant as policy matters more than the president's personal life.

Grand Central Terminal

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Real estate magnate Donald Trump bought the club in 1984 after discovering the space while renovating the terminal's exterior. Trump operated the club until 2009. The space is currently occupied by a conductor lounge and a smaller sports facility with a single tennis court. Grand Central Terminal and its predecessors contained their own power plants. The first such plant, built for Grand Central Depot in the 1870s, stood in the surface-level railroad yards at Madison Avenue and 46th Street. The second was built in 1900 under the west side of Grand Central Station near 43rd Street.

United States presidential elections in which the winner lost the popular vote

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Senator from New York, Secretary of State, and First Lady to President Bill Clinton) and Republican nominee Donald Trump, a businessman (owner of the Trump Organization ) from New York City, who had no prior political experience or service in the military. Both nominees had turbulent journeys in primary races, and were seen unfavorably by the general public. The election saw multiple third-party candidates, and there were over a million write-in votes cast. During the 2016 election, "pre-election polls fueled high-profile predictions that Hillary Clinton's likelihood of winning the presidency was about 90 percent, with estimates ranging from 71 to over 99 percent."