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Overview | Legal Problems | Impeachments | Elections | Presidental Rating | Net Worth | Residences | Religion | Personality | Political Attraction

Donald Trump served as the 45th President of the United States from 2017 to 2021.
He beat Hillary Clinton in 2016 and lost to Joe Biden in 2020.
His presidency was marked by both strong support from his base and significant opposition due to his polarizing rhetoric and policy decisions.
Before entering politics, Trump gained fame as a real estate developer and reality TV host.

His support base has been estimated to range from around 25% to 40% of the U.S. population, depending on the time period and specific polling data.

Legal Issues:
Trump is charged with 91 felony charges which could add up to over 100 years in jail.

January 6 and the 2020 Election Aftermath
Case type: Criminal
Charges: 4 counts: conspiracy to defraud the United States, conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, obstruction of and attempt to obstruct an official proceeding, and conspiracy against rights.
Where: U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
Prosecutor: Jack Smith, DOJ special counsel
When: Trial March 4, 2024
Penalties: A fine or not more than 10 years in prison, or both plus other similar penalties.

Classified Documents at Mar-a-Lago
Case type: Criminal
Charges: Violations of the Espionage Act, which criminalizes unauthorized possession of defense information, and conspiracy to obstruct justice.
Where: U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida
Prosecutor: Jack Smith, DOJ special counsel
Penalties: Substantial prison time.
Why he'll win the Classified Document Case

Election Interference Case in Fulton County Georgia
Case type: Criminal
Charges: 19 defendants and 41 felony counts
violation of Georgia's Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (Rico).
His other charges include solicitation of violation of oath by a public officer, conspiring to commit impersonating a public officer, conspiring to commit forgery, conspiring to commit false statements, and writing and conspiring to file false documents.
Where: Fulton County, Georgia
Prosecutor: Fani Willis, Fulton County district attorney
When: March 4 trial
Penalties: 20-year jail sentence

Stormy Daniels Hush Money
Case type: Criminal
Charges: 34 counts of falsifying business records
Where: New York County
Prosecutor: Alvin Bragg, Manhattan district attorney
When: March 25, 2024
Penalties: Probation or up to 4 years in prison

Business Fraud in New York
Case type: Civil
Charges: Trump his adult sons Donald Jr and Eric, the Trump Organization and others, inflated their net worth by billions.
Where: New York County
Prosecutor: Letitia James, New York attorney general
When: October 2
Penalties: $250 million in damages. Stop the Trumps from running businesses in New York.

The Case(s) Against Donald Trump | New York Magazine
How big are Donald Trump's legal problems?
Donald Trump legal issues: What indictment charges, lawsuits and investigations is he facing? | Reuters

2019: Allegations that Trump sought help from Ukrainian authorities to favor him in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

2021: Incitement of Insurrection at the US Capital on Jan 6, 2021


As of the first Republican Candidate Debate on August 24, which Trump skipped, he was 37 points ahead of his nearest rival, Florida Govenor Ron DeSantis, in the polls.
See Republican Debates and Primaries

2016 - 2020 camparison.

Presidential Rating:
See Presidential Ratings
Trump ranked 44 out of 44, as the worst president in history.
He tied for last with James Buchanan (1921) in 1 survey and, Andrew Johnson (1865) in another.
New Worth:
Various news organizations have attempted to estimate his wealth. Forbes estimates it at $2.5 billion as of April 12, 2023, with Trump making much higher claims. Trump received gifts, loans, and inheritance from his father. His primary business has been real estate ventures, including hotels, casinos, and golf courses.
In his youth he lived with his family in a 23-room mansion Fred Trump built on two adjoining lots on Midland Parkway in Jamaica Estates, Queens, an affluent suburban neighborhood.

See Residences of Donald Trump | wikipedia

Donald Trump was raised in the Presbyterian Church. In 1978, he converted to the Episcopal Church, of which he remains a member.

Trump has said that he believes in God and that his faith is important to him. He has also said that he attends church regularly, although he has been criticized for missing services on occasion.

For a while he attended, with his father, the Marble Collegiate Church, New York, a Reformed Church in America, led by Norman Vincent Peal, who's book "The Power of Positive Thinking" was a best seller.
As President Trump found out that doesn't always work.

The Reformed Church in America is a mainline Christian church closely associated the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and the United Church of Christ.


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