Donald Trump

Timeline created by David Lasa
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    Nacimiento

    Nació en nueva york (1946)
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    Company (work)

    In 1971 he took control of his father's real estate company
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    Known

    In 1980, with 34 years of age, he became one of the most recognized businessmen of the American Union
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    Bankruptcy

    By the end of the 1980s his company, The Trump Organization, went into commercial bankruptcy due to increasing debts, however, Trump resorted to the strategy of building new buildings, consolidating as the king midas of real estate.
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    Candidate

    In 1988, 2004 and 2012, he spoke of the possibility of launching himself as a candidate for the Presidency, aspirations that did not materialize.
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    Politic contact

    He had his first contact with the world of politics in 1980, when he contributed funds for the campaign of the then presidential candidate, Ronald Reagan. In 2012, he did the same with Mitt Romney.
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    Official candidate

    On May 26, Donald Trump became the official Republican candidate for the United States Presidency, surpassing the 1,237 delegates needed to obtain the nomination of his match.
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    Campaña

    On June 16, 2015, he announced his candidacy for president of the United States for the Republican Party. In total, during the pre-campaign stage he won 40 primaries and caucuses. He added a thousand 543 delegates, 306 more than those required by the Grand Old Party to be his official candidate for the White House.
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    Becoming the candidate

    After becoming the candidate, Trump starred in a tight and aggressive campaign, during which he lived some scandals after it came to light a recording in which he made lascivious comments about a television host and after more than a dozen of women declared to be victims of harassment by the tycoon.
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    Winner

    On November 8, Donald Trump won the general election with 306 electoral votes and despite the fact that Hillary Clinton obtained nearly three million popular votes more than him and that most of the polls pointed to the former Secretary of State would become the first president of the American Union.