Donald Trump

Donald John Trump born on born June 14, 1946 is the current and the 45th President of the United States of America. He has a degree in economics and after graduating took over ‘’The Trump Organization’’, which was founded by his paternal grandmother. A republican from the start, his net worth is estimated to be around $3.5 billion as of 2017.

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NewsBytes Briefing: Trump is coming back with vengeance, and more

22 Mar 2021

NewsBytes Briefing: Trump is coming back with vengeance, and more

Just when it looked like the Trump derangement syndrome had subsided and the mainstream media seemed ready to find a new bogeyman, former US President Donald Trump is coming back with his own social network.

Donald Trump plans to launch social network in three months

22 Mar 2021

Donald Trump plans to launch social network in three months

Former US President Donald Trump has been permanently banned on virtually every major social media platform. He has now hinted that he might bypass his unpersoning by setting up his own social network.

Twitter wants to ban rule-breaking leaders, seeks users' opinions

19 Mar 2021

Twitter wants to ban rule-breaking leaders, seeks users' opinions

After Twitter and the rest of the Big Tech cabal permanently unpersoned then US President Donald Trump earlier this year, Twitter is toying with the idea of muzzling elected government officials and world leaders alike for breaking its capricious rules.

'Journey far from over,' says Trump, teases another presidential run

01 Mar 2021

'Journey far from over,' says Trump, teases another presidential run

In his first public appearance after exiting the Oval Office, former United States President Donald Trump said his political journey is far from over, suggesting that he may launch a third presidential bid.

Biden cancels Trump-era ban on green card applicants

25 Feb 2021

Biden cancels Trump-era ban on green card applicants

On Wednesday, United States President Joe Biden revoked a proclamation from Donald Trump, his predecessor, that banned the issuance of green cards. Known as Presidential Proclamation 100014, the order from the former President spoke about protecting jobs in the US amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Rush Limbaugh, the voice of American conservatism, dies at 70

18 Feb 2021

Rush Limbaugh, the voice of American conservatism, dies at 70

Rush Limbaugh, the talk radio host who ripped into liberals and laid waste to political correctness with a captivating brand of malice that made him one of the most powerful voices on the American right, influencing the rightward push of conservatism and the rise of Donald Trump, died on Wednesday.

Support grows for Capitol riot inquiry after Trump's acquittal

15 Feb 2021

Support grows for Capitol riot inquiry after Trump's acquittal

A day after former President Donald Trump won his second Senate impeachment trial, bipartisan support appeared to be growing for an independent September 11 style commission into the deadly insurrection that took place at the Capitol.

'Political movement only just begun,' says Trump after impeachment acquittal

14 Feb 2021

'Political movement only just begun,' says Trump after impeachment acquittal

Former United States President Donald Trump on Saturday thanked Senate Republicans for his impeachment acquittal.

Biden slams brakes on Trump's TikTok and WeChat bans

12 Feb 2021

Biden slams brakes on Trump's TikTok and WeChat bans

US President Joe Biden has been quite busy passing executive orders undoing Donald Trump's policy decisions. Many of these orders involve reversing Trump administration's measures meant to keep China in check.

US Senate begins Trump's impeachment trial

11 Feb 2021

US Senate begins Trump's impeachment trial

The US Senate began the impeachment trial of Donald Trump, on Wednesday with impeachment managers from the Democratic Party-controlled House of Representatives making a strong case.

Senate declares Donald Trump's second impeachment constitutional

10 Feb 2021

Senate declares Donald Trump's second impeachment constitutional

The second impeachment trial of former United States President Donald Trump is constitutional, the Senate said on Tuesday, allowing the proceedings to begin.

Trump was offered 40 percent stake in Parler, claims report

06 Feb 2021

Trump was offered 40 percent stake in Parler, claims report

According to documents claimed to have been seen by BuzzFeed News, the Trump Organization was in talks with free-speech platform Parler, allegedly during Donald Trump's presidential term.

House impeachment managers ask Trump to testify

05 Feb 2021

House impeachment managers ask Trump to testify

House impeachment managers asked former US President Donald Trump on Thursday to testify during the Senate impeachment trial, a move that was immediately described as a "public relations stunt" by his lawyers.

Biden signs executive orders reversing Trump's hardline immigration policies

03 Feb 2021

Biden signs executive orders reversing Trump's hardline immigration policies

US President Joe Biden signed three executive orders that he said would lead to a fair, orderly, and humane legal immigration system and also undo his predecessor Donald Trump's policies that ripped children from the arms of their families.

Trump announces legal defense team for Senate impeachment trial

01 Feb 2021

Trump announces legal defense team for Senate impeachment trial

Former US President Donald Trump has announced his legal defense team for his Senate impeachment trial which is scheduled to begin on February 8.

NewsBytes Briefing: GameStop controversy attracts government scrutiny, and more

29 Jan 2021

NewsBytes Briefing: GameStop controversy attracts government scrutiny, and more

The battle between working class Americans and Wall Street billionaires has garnered bipartisan support from both sides of the US Senate.

Pakistan vs SA: Rabada gets to 200 career Test scalps

28 Jan 2021

Pakistan vs SA: Rabada gets to 200 career Test scalps

South African speedster Kagiso Rabada has got to 200 career Test scalps.

Pamela Anderson uninstalls 'brain controlling' social media from her life

28 Jan 2021

Pamela Anderson uninstalls 'brain controlling' social media from her life

Pamela Anderson has taken a decision that might be good for her well-being but really bad for her fans across all age groups.

Fans might get a new TV series on Harry Potter

26 Jan 2021

Fans might get a new TV series on Harry Potter

Potterheads can regain their glory old days, now that a TV series on JK Rowling's career-defining and path-breaking tale of magic is going to be made.

Trump impeachment goes to Senate, testing his sway over GOP

26 Jan 2021

Trump impeachment goes to Senate, testing his sway over GOP

House Democrats delivered the impeachment case against Donald Trump to the Senate late Monday for the start of his historic trial, but Republican Senators, whose denunciations of Trump have cooled since the January 6 riot, were easing off their criticism of Trump and shunning calls to convict him over the deadly siege at the Capitol.

Google's US office facilities will serve as COVID-19 vaccination clinics

25 Jan 2021

Google's US office facilities will serve as COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced via a tweet on Monday that his organization will open its facilities in the US to serve as mass COVID-19 vaccination sites. Further, the tech giant has committed more than $150 million in free ads to promote vaccine education.

Biden to drop Trump's military transgender ban: Source

25 Jan 2021

Biden to drop Trump's military transgender ban: Source

US President Joe Biden is set to issue an executive order to reverse a Pentagon policy that bars transgenders from joining the military, dumping a ban ordered by former President Donald Trump during his first year in office, a person briefed on the decision told The Associated Press.

Even after leaving White House, Trump gets these government-funded perks

23 Jan 2021

Even after leaving White House, Trump gets these government-funded perks

Donald Trump formally left the White House on January 20, when Joe Biden took office as the 46th President of the United States.

Trump's impeachment trial in Senate to begin on February 8

23 Jan 2021

Trump's impeachment trial in Senate to begin on February 8

The United States Senate would begin the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump on February 8, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said.

Joe Biden signs 30 executive orders in three days

23 Jan 2021

Joe Biden signs 30 executive orders in three days

In just three days after taking the Oval Office, United States President Joe Biden signed a record 30 executive orders, at least 10 of which reversed the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump.

IT Parliamentary panel discusses WhatsApp privacy policy, Trump ban

22 Jan 2021

IT Parliamentary panel discusses WhatsApp privacy policy, Trump ban

The standing committee of the Parliament on Information Technology grilled officials of Facebook and Twitter at a meeting on Thursday over their views on the prevention of misuse of online platforms.

Dr. Anthony Fauci takes 'liberating' turn at center stage

22 Jan 2021

Dr. Anthony Fauci takes 'liberating' turn at center stage

US' leading infectious diseases expert Dr. Anthony Fauci is back.

Facebook's Oversight Board to decide on Donald Trump's ban

22 Jan 2021

Facebook's Oversight Board to decide on Donald Trump's ban

Facebook has asked its independent experts to make a decision on the continuation of its ban on former US President Donald Trump.

Arnold Schwarzenegger gets COVID-19 jab, mouths famous 'Terminator' dialogue

21 Jan 2021

Arnold Schwarzenegger gets COVID-19 jab, mouths famous 'Terminator' dialogue

Arnold Schwarzenegger has proved his mettle on the silver screen and as California Governor.

As Biden assumes office, China sanctions Pompeo, other Trump officials

21 Jan 2021

As Biden assumes office, China sanctions Pompeo, other Trump officials

China on Wednesday said it was levying sanctions on over two dozen officials of the Donald Trump administration for violating the sovereignty of the nation with "crazy" policy moves.

President Biden signs executive orders to undo Trump's legacy

21 Jan 2021

President Biden signs executive orders to undo Trump's legacy

Soon after he was sworn in, United States President Joe Biden signed a flurry of executive orders to reverse the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump.

Democracy has prevailed: Biden sworn in as 46th US President

20 Jan 2021

Democracy has prevailed: Biden sworn in as 46th US President

More than two months after he won the election, on the promise of healing a broken nation, Democrat Joe Biden was sworn-in as the 46th President of United States of America in Washington DC.

Biden to immediately reverse Trump's policies on climate, coronavirus

20 Jan 2021

Biden to immediately reverse Trump's policies on climate, coronavirus

On his day one as United States President, Joe Biden will issue a series of executive orders, reversing outgoing President Donald Trump's policies on immigration, climate change, and the coronavirus.

Mitch McConnell: Trump 'provoked' Capitol siege, mob was fed lies

20 Jan 2021

Mitch McConnell: Trump 'provoked' Capitol siege, mob was fed lies

Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday explicitly blamed US President Donald Trump for the deadly riot at the Capitol, saying the mob was fed lies and Trump and others "provoked" those intent on overturning Democrat Joe Biden's election.

In final hours of presidency, Trump pardons ex-strategist Steve Bannon

20 Jan 2021

In final hours of presidency, Trump pardons ex-strategist Steve Bannon

Giving a final gift to his aides, the outgoing United States President Donald Trump on Wednesday pardoned a number of his aides, including Steve Bannon, his former chief strategist, and Elliott Broidy, one of his top fund-raisers.

Before Trump's exit, daughter Tiffany gets engaged at White House

20 Jan 2021

Before Trump's exit, daughter Tiffany gets engaged at White House

Tiffany Trump, the younger daughter of United States President Donald Trump, announced on Tuesday that she got engaged to her boyfriend Michael Boulos.

In farewell message, Trump remembers his accomplishments, doesn't mention Biden

20 Jan 2021

In farewell message, Trump remembers his accomplishments, doesn't mention Biden

On Tuesday, the White House released United States President Donald Trump's pre-recorded farewell message, wherein he wished the best to the next administration but fell short of mentioning his successor Joe Biden's name.

Alec Baldwin quits Twitter. Trolling about wife's heritage possible trigger?

19 Jan 2021

Alec Baldwin quits Twitter. Trolling about wife's heritage possible trigger?

Alec Baldwin, who up until recently entertained us all by aping Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, has quit Twitter.

On Biden's Inauguration Day, Trump to hold farewell for himself

19 Jan 2021

On Biden's Inauguration Day, Trump to hold farewell for himself

United States President Donald Trump is planning to hold an early morning sendoff ceremony for himself on Wednesday, the day President-elect Joe Biden will take the oath of office.

Trump fires parting salvo at Huawei, imposes further restrictions

18 Jan 2021

Trump fires parting salvo at Huawei, imposes further restrictions

During its final week in office and a year after it put Huawei on the Entity List, the Trump administration delivered another blow to the Chinese smartphone maker.