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  1. Donald Trump | Biography, Education, & Facts | Britannica › biography › Donald-Trump

    May 13, 2021 · Donald Trump attended New York Military Academy (1959–64), a private boarding school; Fordham University in the Bronx (1964–66); and the University of Pennsylvania ’s Wharton School of Finance and Commerce (1966–68), where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics.

  2. Donald Trump - Biography - IMDb › name › nm0874339

    He is the son of Mary Trump (née Macleod) and Fred Trump, a real estate millionaire. His mother was a Scottish immigrant who initially worked as a maid. His father was born in New York, to German parents. From kindergarten through seventh grade, he attended the Kew-Forest School.

  3. The Education of Donald Trump | Vista College › blog › resources

    Sep 19, 2016 · An examination of his education history, however useful, still leaves gaps in the information. Mr. Trump’s Early Education at Kew-Forest (1950 – 1959) Born in 1946 in Queens, New York, Donald Trump was the fourth of Frederick C. Trump’s and Mary MacLeod Trump’s five children. “Donnie,” as he was referred to in his formative years, was enrolled in the Kew-Forest School, where his father served on the governing board.

  4. Donald Trump: Presidency, Family, Education - HISTORY › topics › us-presidents
    • Early Life and Education. Donald John Trump, the son of Fred, a real estate developer, and his wife, Mary, a homemaker and Scottish immigrant, was born on June 14, 1946, in Queens, New York.
    • Business Career. After college, Trump joined his father’s company, E. Trump & Son, which developed apartments for the middle-class in New York City’s outer boroughs.
    • Entertainment Career. In 2004, Trump started hosting a reality TV show, “The Apprentice,” in which contestants vied for a management job at one of his companies.
    • Family. In 1977, Trump married Czech model Ivana Zelnickova, with whom he went on to have three children, Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump.
  5. Bibliography of Donald Trump - Wikipedia › wiki › Bibliography_of_Donald_Trump

    e. This bibliography of Donald Trump is a list of written and published works, by and about Donald Trump. Due to the sheer volume of books about Trump, the titles listed here are limited to non-fiction books about Trump or his presidency, published by notable authors and scholars. Tertiary sources (including textbooks and juvenile literature ...

  6. Donald Trump Jr. - Biography - IMDb › name › nm2162560

    Mini Bio (1) Donald Trump Jr. was born on December 31, 1977 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA as Donald John Trump Jr. He is known for his work on Paul Anka: The Music Man (2000), A Dangerous Game (2014) and The Apprentice (2004). He was previously married to Vanessa Trump.

  7. Bill Maher - Wikipedia › wiki › Bill_Maher
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    Maher was born in New York City. His father, William Aloysius Maher Jr., was a network news editor and radio announcer, and his mother, Julie Maher (née Berman), was a nurse. He was raised in his Irish-American father's Roman Catholic religion. Until his early teens, he was unaware that his mother, whose family was from Hungary, was Jewish.Owing to his disagreement with the Catholic Church's doctrine about birth control, Maher's father stopped taking Maher and his sister to Catholic church services when Maher was thirteen. Maher was raised in River Vale, New Jersey and graduated from Pascack Hills High School in Montvale in 1974. He then attended Cornell University, where he double majored in English and History, and graduated in 1978.Maher has said, "Selling pot allowed me to get through college and make enough money to start off in comedy."

    Early career

    Maher began his career as a comedian and actor. He was host of the New York City comedy club Catch a Rising Star in 1979. Maher began appearing on Johnny Carson's and David Letterman's shows in 1982. He made limited television appearances including on Sara (1985), Max Headroom (1987), Murder, She Wrote (1989, 1990), and Charlie Hoover (1991). His feature film debut was in D.C. Cab (1983). He later appeared in Ratboy (1986), House II: The Second Story (1987), Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jung...

    Political commentator

    Maher is a frequent commentator on various cable news networks, including CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, and HLN. Maher has regularly appeared on CNN's The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer and has also been a frequent guest on MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews, The Rachel Maddow Show, and Countdown with Keith Olbermann. Maher has also appeared as a guest on HLN's The Joy Behar Show. He wrote the foreword for the 2002 book, Spin This!: All the Ways We Don't Tell the Truth by show host Bill Press. Ma...

    Other work

    In 2004, Maher appeared on stage as Satan in The Steve Allen Theater production of "Hollywood Hell House", a spoof of the Christian-run hell houses. The show was a faithful reproduction of an evangelistic scare-experience written by Reverend Keenan Roberts to terrify teenagers into declaring themselves Christians. "Our faith is that putting this up as itself, it will hoist itself on its own petard, that it's comical just as it is," explained producer Maggie Rowe. The show featured a rotating...


    Maher often eschews political labels, referring to himself as "practical". He identifies as liberal, but stands against political correctness. In his words, "The difference is that liberals protect people, and P.C. people protect feelings." In the past, he has also described himself as a libertarian, and has also referred to himself "as a progressive, as a sane person". In a 2012 panel discussion with Salman Rushdie, Maher counted himself, Rushdie, and others such as Christopher Hitchens and...


    Maher is highly critical of all religion and views it as highly destructive. He has been described, or self-identified, variously as an agnostic, atheist, and apatheist, while objecting to having his views defined by a single label. In his 2008 feature film Religulous, he refers to himself as agnostic. He has rejected being grouped with explicit atheists, saying in 2002, "I'm not an atheist. There's a really big difference between an atheist and someone who just doesn't believe in religion. R...

    Health care

    Maher supports the establishment of a Medicare-for-All universal single-payer health care system, and has consistently agreed with the proposal since 2011. Maher has stated that the American Medical Association is a powerful lobbying group and one of the primary reasons why the United States had failed to enact health care reform in the decades prior to the passage of the Affordable Care Act. On the topic of getting the Affordable Care Act passed, in 2009 Maher stated that Obama should forget...

    Maher has said his influences include Lenny Bruce, Woody Allen, Steve Allen, Johnny Carson, Robert Klein, and George Carlin. Comedians who have said they were influenced by Maher are Chris Rock and Seth MacFarlane.[citation needed]

    Maher has never married.Regarding marriage, Maher is quoted on his website as saying, "I'm the last of my guy friends to have never gotten married, and their wives—they don't want them playing with me. I'm like the escaped slave—I bring news of freedom." In 2003, he began dating former Playboy Cyber Girl Coco Johnsen. In November 2004, at the end of their 17-month relationship, Johnsen sued Maher for US$9 million for "pain and suffering" for alleged "insulting, humiliating and degrading racial comments". Her suit stated that Maher promised to marry her and father her children, support her financially and buy a house in Beverly Hills. Johnsen's suit also alleged that she quit her job as a flight attendant and occasional model to be with him. Maher's lawyers in their response, filed on November 23, 2004, in Los Angeles County Superior Court said Maher is a "confirmed bachelor, and a very public one at that" who "never promised to marry [Johnsen] or to have children with her". Maher's...

    True Story: A Novel, 1994 (ISBN 0-7432-4251-3)
    Does Anybody Have a Problem With That? Politically Incorrect's Greatest Hits, 1996 (ISBN 0-679-45627-9)
    Does Anybody Have a Problem with That? The Best of Politically Incorrect, 1997 (ISBN 0-345-41281-8)
    When You Ride Alone You Ride With Bin Laden: What the Government Should Be Telling Us to Help Fight the War on Terrorism, 2003 (ISBN 1-893224-90-2)
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    Bill Maher at IMDb
    Works by or about Bill Maher in libraries (WorldCatcatalog)
  8. Donald Trump’s education: Where did he go to school? - News ... › news › national

    Jul 11, 2017 · Trump transferred to Wharton in 1966 after two years at Fordham University. “I had very good marks. And I was a good student generally speaking,” Trump told The Boston Globe of his decision to...

  9. Here's Why Donald Trump Doesn't Want Anyone To Know His ... › sites › christopherrim

    Feb 28, 2019 · 1 — Trump Criticized Obama’s Academic Record, But His Is Similar. Trump and Obama actually had very similar undergraduate experiences. Both went to less-competitive but still prestigious ...

  10. Alan Ayckbourn - Wikipedia › wiki › Alan_Ayckbourn

    Sir Alan Ayckbourn CBE FRSA (born 12 April 1939) is a prolific British playwright and director. He has written and produced as of 2021, more than eighty full-length plays in Scarborough and London and was, between 1972 and 2009, the artistic director of the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough, where all but four of his plays have received their first performance.