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  1. Donald J. Trump (@DonaldJTrumpJr) | Twitter

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  2. Donald Trump Jr. - Wikipedia

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    Donald John Trump Jr. (born December 31, 1977) is an American political activist, businessman, author, and former television presenter. He is the eldest child of the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump, and businesswoman Ivana Trump.

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    • Donald John Trump Jr., December 31, 1977 (age 43), New York City, U.S.
  3. Donald Trump Jr. Official Biography

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    Donald Trump Jr. Donald J. Trump Jr. is an innovator and leader in today’s young business world. As an Executive Vice President at The Trump Organization, Donald Jr. works to expand the company’s real estate, retail, commercial, hotel and golf interests. His extensive real estate development experience, rigorous education and inherent ...

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    Donald Trump Jr. 3,237,547 likes · 592,462 talking about this. EVP of Development & Acquisitions Trump Organization and Boardroom Advisor on the Apprentice.

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  5. Donald Trump Jr. General in the Meme Wars, EVP @Trump Organization, Father, Outdoorsman & Founder at @fieldethosjournal, dad of @kaitrumpgolfer. Pronouns: Your Hero donjr.com. Posts. Reels. IGTV Tagged.

  6. Donald Trump Jr. - Children, Age & Facts - Biography

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    • Who Is Donald Trump Jr.?
    • Early Years
    • Trump Organization Executive
    • 2016 Presidential Campaign
    • Russian Meeting Controversy
    • House and Senate Testimony
    • Personal Life and Other Projects

    Donald Trump Jr. joined the business founded by his famous father, Donald Trump, as a full-time employee in 2001. Initially tasked with the development of Trump Place and Trump Park Avenue in Manhattan, he eventually took over the direction of new project acquisition and development for the company. After helping his father's successful campaign to become U.S. president in 2016, Trump Jr. and his younger brother Eric were named directors of a trust that held the family business interests.

    Donald John Trump Jr. was born on December 31, 1977, in New York City. The oldest child of real estate mogul and eventual U.S. President Donald Trump and his first wife, Ivana, he spent much of his time with his maternal grandparents instead of his busy parents, spending summers with them in Czechoslovakia. Following a messy divorce between Trump Sr. and Ivana, Trump Jr. and his younger siblings, Ivanka and Eric, were sent to boarding school. He reconnected with his dad during summertime, helping out as a dock attendant and with the renovation of the Seven Springs estate in Westchester County, New York. Trump Jr. attended the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. After earning his degree in finance and real estate, he moved to Aspen, Colorado, where he spent his time camping, skiing and bartending. Tiring of the lifestyle, he returned to New York in 2001 to join his dad at the Trump Organization.

    Trump Jr. initially helped with the development of Trump Place, a 17-building complex on Manhattan's West Side. He then moved on to such projects as Trump Park Avenue, a conversion of the former Hotel Delmonico in midtown Manhattan, and the Trump International Hotel in Chicago and Las Vegas. Additionally, he also surfaced as an adviser on his dad's reality TV program, The Apprentice. Named executive vice president of the Trump Organization, Trump Jr. was tasked with new project acquisition and development for properties around the world. In recent years, he has overseen the development of buildings in Mumbai, India, and Vancouver, Canada, and handled leasing arrangements for Trump Tower and 40 Wall Street in Manhattan.

    After Trump Sr. threw his hat into the ring for the 2016 presidential race, Trump Jr. joined his siblings on the campaign trail. He delivered a well-received speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention, presenting Trump Sr. as an everyman with a connection to regular, hard-working Americans. He also displayed his dad's penchant for stoking controversy via social media, particularly with a tweet that compared Syrian refugees to a bowl of Skittles. "If I had a bowl of skittles and I told you just three would kill you," he tweeted. "Would you take a handful? That's our Syrian refugee problem. Make America great again." Upon Trump Sr.'s victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clintonin November, Trump Jr. joined the transition team for the new administration. In January 2017, the president-elect announced that he was placing his businesses into a trust that would be controlled by his two sons.

    In July 2017, the president’s son was embroiled in controversy when the New York Timesreported that he was offered compromising information about Clinton during the presidential campaign. According to the report, Trump Jr. was sent an email dated June 3, 2016, which stated that one of his father’s former Russian business partners had been contacted by a Russian government official who had offered the allegedly incriminating information about Clinton. “This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump,” the email stated, according to the New York Times. According to the report, Trump Jr. replied: “If it’s what you say I love it especially later in the summer.” The email correspondence led to a June 9 meeting between Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, who reportedly has ties to the Kremlin, and Trump Jr., his brother-in-law and Trump adviser Jared Kushner and Trump campaign manager Paul Manafortat Trump Towe...

    In 2017, Trump Jr. testified behind closed doors to both the Senate Intelligence and Judiciary Committees about Russian-related matters. He reportedly told the Judiciary Committee that he knew very little about then-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's attempts to facilitate the construction of a Trump Tower in Moscow during the presidential campaign. Later that year, he also testified before the House Intelligence Committee about the ongoing investigations into the campaign's alleged collusion with Russia. Trump Jr. confirmed that he had a phone conversation with his father shortly after the release of the Timesarticle over the summer, but refused to divulge details of the discussion, on the grounds it was protected under attorney-client privilege since lawyers for both men were on the call. He did elaborate on the matter of his Twitter conversations with WikiLeaks during the campaign, saying he considered WikiLeaks to be an independent news organization, not one that functioned to relay i...

    Donald Trump Jr. met model Vanessa Haydon at a fashion show in 2003. They married at the Trump Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, in 2005, and went on to have five children. In March 2018, Vanessa filed for divorce after 12 years of marriage. Around that time, Trump Jr. began dating former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle. Along with his responsibilities for the family business, Trump Jr. has hosted the business show 21st Century Televisionand been involved with the medical charity Operation Smile. He has long held a love for the outdoors and counts hunting and fishing among his personal interests. In November 2019, Trump Jr. published his first book, Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us. In September 2020, he self-published his second book, Liberal Privilege: Joe Biden and the Democrats' Defense of the Indefensible.

  7. Inside Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle's new Florida mansion

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    Apr 02, 2021 · Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle have just shelled out $9.7 million on a Florida mansion.. And it looks like they snagged a bargain.. The home was initially listed back in ...

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