President Donald Trump: his stint as host of the original The Apprentice from 2004 to 2015 has been credited by some commentators as a factor in his political success, since it greatly increased his fame, and showcased him as a tough and experienced authority figure. João Doria, who hosted seasons 7-8 of the Brazilian version of The Apprentice, O Aprendiz, from 2010 to 2011, served as Mayor of São Paulo from 2017 to 2018. Harry Harkimo, who hosted the Finnish version of The Apprentice from 2009 to 2013, has been a member of the Parliament of Finland since 2015.
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Andrew Dice Clay (born 1957 as Andrew Clay Silverstein), comedian. Stanley Cohen (born 1922, class of 1939), Nobel Prize winner, medicine. Norm Coleman (born 1949, class of 1966), former US Senator (Republican of Minnesota). Robert Dallek (born 1934, class of 1952), historian. Roy DeMeo (1942-1983, class of 1959), mobster. Harry Eisenstat (1915-2003, class of 1935), Major League Baseball player. Devale Ellis (born 1984), professional football player. Sandra Feldman (1939-2005, class of 1956), President of the American Federation of Teachers. Norman Finkelstein (born 1953) political scientist, activist, professor, author. Sonny Fox (born 1925), TV personality.
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Donald Trump's presidential campaign of 2000 for the nomination of the Reform Party began when real estate magnate Donald Trump of New York announced the creation of a presidential exploratory committee on the October 8, 1999 edition of Larry King Live. Although Trump had never held elected office, he was well known for his frequent comments on public affairs and business exploits as head of The Trump Organization. He had previously considered a presidential run in 1988 as a Republican, but chose not to run.
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In 1959, Donald Trump was confirmed here and attended services in his formative years within a then all-white congregation. In April 2008, the church celebrated its 345th anniversary. Later that year, the church turned down landmark recognition by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. Internal ministries include communications within the church (e.g. newsletter, bulletin, etc.); drama within the church (e.g. Christmas pageants); small group ministries centering on personal interests; Brothers on the Move, the men's ministry; Presbyterian Women; and the Alice Horn Gift Shop, including the Pastor's Book of the Month Club.
Andrew Dice Clay as Tony Schlongini (credited as Andrew Clay). Anthony James as Zeke. Sonny Carl Davis as The Weirdo (credited as Sonny Davis). David Drucker as The Looney. Jeff Altman as Harry Palms. Victor Brandt as Dr. Moreau. Wil Albert as Dr. Denton. Charles Napier as Chief O'Hara.
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In July 2004, Ruffin said the project had been delayed up to that point because of other business ventures, including Trump's reality television show, The Apprentice. That month, Trump and Ruffin announced revised plans for Trump International Hotel and Tower, a $300 million condominium-hotel with over 1,000 units. Although Trump held a Nevada gaming license, he chose not to include a casino on the property. Donald Trump's son Eric Trump later said, "We have no problem getting a gaming license, but we wanted to do something different here. We wanted a true luxury resort experience.
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The Day the Laughter Died is a comedy double album by comedian Andrew Dice Clay, which was released in 1990. Produced by Rick Rubin whose concept was to record an unadvertised performance in a small club with a small crowd, many of whom would not necessarily be fans of Clay's act. Clay chose a New York club owned by comedian Rodney Dangerfield, Dangerfield's, to record during the holiday season. A sequel, The Day the Laughter Died, Part II was released in 1993. The album is largely improvisational, with Clay interacting with the audience over the course of over an hour and a half.
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In April 2018, an ex-Forbes reporter Jonathan Greenberg alleged that Donald Trump had inflated his actual wealth in order to be included on the Forbes 400 listing. Greenberg provided original audio recordings of his 1984 exchange with "John Barron", one of the pseudonyms of Donald Trump, and eventually included Trump at the end of the Forbes 400 list at $100 million, one fifth of the $500 million which "Barron" was claiming as Donald Trump's net worth. This figure was later corrected and, following civil proceedings years later, Trump admitted the name was fabricated. Over the first 25 years of the Forbes 400 list, 1,302 distinct people made the list.
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President Trump and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin have stated the tax cuts would pay for themselves. Trump economic advisor Gary Cohn stated that "The wealthy are not getting a tax cut under our plan" and that the plan would cut taxes for low- and middle-income households. Further, Trump stated that the tax plan "...was not good for [him] [personally].". Foreigners own about 35% of U.S. equities, so as much as $700billion of the tax cut will go overseas, as corporate after-tax income will flow to these investors as stock buybacks and dividends. CEOs indicate that tax cuts aren't a big factor in investment decisions.
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The Bronx is the northernmost of the five boroughs of New York City, in the U.S. state of New York. It is south of Westchester County; northeast and east of Manhattan, across the Harlem River; and north of Queens, across the East River. Since 1914, the borough has had the same boundaries as Bronx County, the third-most densely populated county in the United States.
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The Justice Department had argued that the clause is not relevant to Trump's businesses. On November 2, Judge Messitte ordered discovery to begin. On December 3, Maryland and the District of Columbia issued subpoenas for Trump's financial records related to his D.C. hotel. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a stay days later at the behest of the Justice Department, pending hearings in March 2019. * Text of the lawsuit CREW v. Trump. Blumenthal v. Trump. List of lawsuits involving Donald Trump.
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Anthony Atamanuik as Donald Trump. Peter Grosz as Mike Pence. John Gemberling as Steve Bannon. Mila Filatova as Melania Trump. Mario Cantone as Anthony Scaramucci. James Adomian as Bernie Sanders. Adam Pally as Donald Trump Jr. Neil Casey as Andrew Jackson. Ric Stoneback as Roger Ailes. Lewis Black as Trump's subconscious. Kathy Najimy as Ivana Trump. Kathy Griffin as Kellyanne Conway. Griffin Dunne as Robert Mueller. Stephanie March as Ivanka Trump.
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Matt Wilstein of The Daily Beast was more favorable, writing that "The biggest surprise [of the show] is how hilarious it is" and praising the show for being "remarkably adept at boiling down characters to their core traits, from Trump and his family to members of his Cabinet and Congress to the Fox News personalities he spends most of his day watching". Jeff Bergman as Donald Trump. Cody Lindquist as Melania Trump. William Sadler as John F. Kelly, Jeff Sessions, and Mitch McConnell. Emily Lynne as Ivanka Trump, Eric Trump, Karen Pence, and Nancy Pelosi. John Viener as Mike Pence. Gabriel Gundacker as Donald Trump Jr., Stephen Miller, and Brian Kilmeade. Griffin Newman as Jared Kushner.
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Fraudulent stories during the 2016 U.S. presidential election popularized on Facebook included a viral post that Pope Francis had endorsed Donald Trump, and another that actor Denzel Washington "backs Trump in the most epic way possible". Donald Trump's son and campaign surrogate Eric Trump, top national security adviser Michael T. Flynn, and then-campaign managers Kellyanne Conway and Corey Lewandowski shared fake news stories during the campaign. Alternet reported that Trump himself had been the source of some of the related misinformation over the years.
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During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump stated that Putin has "been a leader far more than [Barack Obama] has been a leader." Trump's running mate Mike Pence has also echoed similar remarks stating: "I think it's inarguable that Vladimir Putin has been a stronger leader in his country than Barack Obama has been." Pence also said: "When Donald Trump and I observe that, as I've said in Syria, in Iran, in Ukraine, that the small and bullying leader of Russia has been stronger on the world stage than [Obama] administration, that's stating painful facts. That's not an endorsement of Vladimir Putin." Critics state that Putin has moved Russia in an autocratic direction.
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He also impersonated Republican nominee Donald Trump during SNL coverage of the 2016 Presidential election, to critical acclaim. In 2017, he won a Primetime Emmy for his portrayal of Trump. Beginning in 2010, Baldwin appeared in a television campaign for Capital One as their spokesperson. Following his 2013 confrontation with a videographer reported by TMZ, his contract was not renewed, and he was succeeded in the campaign by Jennifer Garner. On February 4, 2012, he hosted the 2011 NFL Honors awards show. He later hosted the second show on February 2, 2013. In 2013 Baldwin briefly hosted Up Late with Alec Baldwin on MSNBC.
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Past recipients: 2018 - George Soros. 2017 - Susan Fowler. 2016 - Donald Trump (US President Elect). 2015 - Angela Merkel (Chancellor, Germany). 2014 - Tim Cook (CEO, Apple Inc). 2013 - Jack Ma (Founder, Alibaba Group). 2012 - Mario Draghi (President, European Central Bank). 2011 - Mohamed Bouazizi (Arab Spring). 2010 - Steve Jobs (CEO, Apple Inc). 2009 - Lloyd Blankfein (CEO, Goldman Sachs). 2008 - Barack Obama (US President Elect). 2007 - Jean-Claude Trichet (President, European Central Bank). 2006 - Lakshmi Mittal (CEO, ArcelorMittal). 2005 - Sergey Brin and Larry Page (co-founders of Google). 2004 - Eliot Spitzer (New York Attorney-General). 2003 - Jeffrey Immelt (CEO General Electric).
Now-famous comedians including Robin Williams, Garry Shandling, Jay Leno, David Letterman, Chevy Chase, Sam Kinison, Marc Maron, Andrew Dice Clay, Jim Carrey, Joe Rogan, Bill Burr, Bobby Lee and Joey Diaz, have worked at the Comedy Store for Shore. Shore refused to pay comics who performed in her club, insisting that the venue was a sort of "college of comedy" where comedians learned their craft rather than a money-making enterprise. However, in 1979, after the club had been expanded extensively, comedians began to insist that they be paid for their work. Shore refused and the performers picketed the establishment in what became a bitter six week strike action.
Since then, however, President Donald Trump announced in January 2017 the U.S. was abandoning the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) deal, saying, “We’re going to stop the ridiculous trade deals that have taken everybody out of our country and taken companies out of our country, and it’s going to be reversed.” Protection of technologies, patents, technical and scientific knowledge. Prevent foreign investors from taking control of domestic firms. Tariffs: Typically, tariffs (or taxes) are imposed on imported goods. Tariff rates usually vary according to the type of goods imported.