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  3. [New York Times, 10/23/05] Donald Trump Took Two Of The Trump Casinos Public In 1995 And 1996, Enabling Him To Unload Personal Debt Onto The New Company. In a tribute to the sucker-born-every-minute theorem, Donald managed to take two of the Trump casinos public in 1995 and 1996, at a time when he was unable to make his bank payments and was ...

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  4. This year, on CPAC's 40th anniversary, we are placing a renewed focus on engaging our country's youth and empowering the next generation of shining conservative stars. The CPAC 2013 theme, America's Future: The Next Generation of Conservatives, and tagline, New Challenges, Timeless Principles, reflects a bright outlook for growth in our movement.

  5. An old man stands up in the remnants of a "thousand year old" brick hut of a Sauk & Fox Indian lodge and tells his story of the Métis, Native American, US and world history regarding the events surrounding the centuries before and after the signing of the Treaty of Ghent in 1814 up to and including the US presidential election and after President Donald Trump's Inauguration in January of 2016 ...

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  6. [New York Times, 10/23/05] Donald Trump Took Two Of The Trump Casinos Public In 1995 And 1996, Enabling Him To Unload Personal Debt Onto The New Company. In a tribute to the sucker-born-every-minute theorem, Donald managed to take two of the Trump casinos public in 1995 and 1996, at a time when he was unable to make his bank payments and was ...

  7. Jun 24, 2016 · Trump registered in New York as a Republican in 1987, switched to the Independence Party in 1999, became a Democrat in 2001, returned to the Republican Party in 2009, gave up his party affiliation ...