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Donald Trump presidential candidate profile


Personal Information Donald John Trump, Sr. Born June 14, 1946 in Queens, NY to Mary Anne and Fred Trump. Family Married to Melania Knauss. Has five children from three marriages and seven grandchildren. Education BS, Economics/Real Estate, Wharton School of Finance, University of Pennsylvania Professional Career Chairman, Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts, Incorporated Founder/Chairman/President/Chief Executive Officer, The Trump Organization, 1975-present Religious Beliefs Presbyterian Military ...

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White cop shoots black teen in St. Louis

A black teenager allegedly stole a gun and a white police officer confronted him around 7:15pm Saturday which resulted in the teen getting shot 3 times. The juvenile is black; the officer who fired is a 29-year-old white male who has been on the force seven years said St. Louis Police Spokeswoman Leah Freeman. “He saw a gun in the suspect’s ...

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Donald Trump’s #StandWithTrumpAZ Phoenix Event on Illegal Immigration [Video]

Trump in Phoenix

LIVE coverage of the #StandWithTrumpAZ event! GOP Presidential hopeful Donald Trump will give a speech on illegal immigration among other topics at The Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Due to high ticket demand, Trump was forced to move the event from The Biltmore Resort. We will have live coverage inside and outside of the venue. From #StandWithTrumpAZ enthusiasts to #DumpTrump protesters.

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ISIS claims responsibility for explosion near Italian consulate in Cairo

Italian consulate in Cairo

Islamic State militants are claiming responsibility for a large explosion that rocked the Italian Consulate in Cairo, Egypt early this morning. At about 7am local time, a huge explosion killed one person and injured four others as it ripped the facade off of the consulate building and damaged underground water pipes. Sinai Province, an ISIL affiliate has since claimed responsibility ...

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Woman injured in Rhode Island beach explosion

Rhode Island explosion

A woman reportedly flew through the air and on to a pile of rocks after an explosion jettisoned her out of her chair on a Rhode Island beach Saturday. Witnesses report that an explosion “under the sand” sent the 50-year-old woman sailing through the air and onto some nearby rocks. She has been taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. The ...

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Stop the presses: Hillary goes anti-gun on the campaign trail

Hillary clinton

In two recent campaign speeches, Hillary shocked no one by announcing that she’ll be taking on the NRA and pushing to reduce gun rights – by talking about them. Most democratic candidates avoid discussing their anti-gun postures on the campaign trail as many rural democratic districts are heavily pro-gun. Taking the controversial stance places her to the left of Bernie ...

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Wholesale inventories up, sales and consumer data disappoint


Wholesale numbers and credit card data don’t look so good “unexpectedly”. Expectations were for a .3% growth in inventories and a .6% increase in sales for the just released May numbers. Instead, inventories grew .8% and sales only saw a .3% rise. Along with weak sales data at the wholesale level, Bank of America card data shows that American consumers shut down ...

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TD Ameritrade experienced ‘widespread’ order-routing problems Friday

TD Ameritrade routing issue

According to a statement by the office of the President of TD Ameritrade, the brokerage started experiencing widespread order-routing problems on Friday morning. Customers reported issues on twitter and TD Ameritrade has responded that they are aware of the problems and are working on them. @GrowthAndPride Hi – we are researching and working to resolve ASAP. ^MH — TD Ameritrade (@TDAmeritrade) ...

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Trouble in Mexico-Texas border town

Reynosa, texas

As much as the left would like us to believe that the border is secure, it is not. Texas is already a hot spot and it may be about to get hotter. According to an AP report, Members of a Mexican drug cartel have killed five members of a family in the Mexico/Texas border town of Reynosa, Mexico. The assailants ...

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U.S. Jobless claims rise most since February

The top line jobless claims number rose above estimates and to the highest level since February, but that’s not the most disturbing news. Digging into the numbers, it appears that more people are suddenly having to find work (initial claims) and they are finding that it is taking longer than previously to get a job (continuing claims.) Jobless claims jumped to ...

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