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1. Scandals before he was president

1.1. Sexual-Assault Allegations

1.2. The Beauty Pageant Scandals

1.3. Racial Housing Discrimination

1.4. Mafia Ties

1.5. Trump University

1.6. Tenant Intimidation

1.7. Tenant Intimidation

1.8. The Undocumented Polish Workers

1.9. Alleged Marital Rape

1.10. Breaking Casino Rules

1.11. Antitrust Violations

1.12. Condo Hotel Shenanigans

1.13. Corey Lewandowski

1.14. Suing Journalist Tim O’Brien for Libel

1.15. Refusing to Pay Workers and Contractors

1.16. Trump Institute

1.17. Buying Up His Own Books

1.18. Buying Up His Own Books

1.19. The Trump Foundation

1.20. The Cuban Embargo

2. Life before president

3. before and after president

4. The Biggest Donald Trump Scandals (So Far)

4.1. Impeachment

4.2. 2020 Election

4.3. The Russia Scandal

4.4. The Firing of James Comey

4.5. The Resignation of Michael Flynn

4.6. Public Service and Private Gain

4.7. Trump's Use of Twitter

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5.1. 2015

5.1.1. June 16

5.1.1.1. Trump Calls Mexican Immigrants ‘Rapists’

5.1.1.2. As Mr. Trump launched his campaign to become the nominee for the Republican Party, he said with regards to Mexico, “They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists”

5.1.2. August 8

5.1.2.1. Remarks On Megyn Kelly

5.1.2.2. After the first Republican Debate, Mr. Trump said with regards to Megyn Kelly (who was one of the moderators of the debate: “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever.” Later on, he defended his statement, saying he did not refer to Ms. Kelly’s menstruation. “I think only a degenerate would think that I would have meant that” he said.

5.1.3. December 7

5.1.3.1. Call For Total Muslim Ban

5.1.3.2. Mr. Trump called for the US to bar all Muslims from entering the country after the terrorist attacks in San Bernardino, CA.

5.2. 2016

5.2.1. March 30

5.2.1.1. Women Should Be Punished For Abortions

5.2.1.2. Mr. Trump tells MSNBC “there has to be some form of punishment” for women who have abortions, should the procedure become outlawed under a future conservative supreme court. He reverses his statement several hours later.

5.2.2. July 30

5.2.2.1. Criticism Of Parents Of Fallen War Veteran

5.2.2.2. Khizr Khan, who had lost his son in the Iraq war in 2004, had criticised Trump for his Anti-Muslim statements at the Democratic National Convention 2016. In response, Trump said that “soldier’s father had delivered the entire speech because his mother was not allowed to speak.” In response, Khan argued that his wife had not been speaking because the incident was still too painful for her – something Trump wouldn’t understand as he had “sacrificed nothing and no one.”

5.2.3. August 9

5.2.3.1. Hinting At Assassination Of Hillary Clinton

5.2.3.2. At a rally in North Carolina, Mr. Trump argues that second amendment people might stop his rival Hillary Clinton, thereby hinting at her assassination.

5.2.4. October 6

5.2.4.1. Access Hollywood

5.2.4.2. In 2005, Trump and Bush were in a bus on their way to film an episode of Access Hollywood. In the video, Trump described his attempt to seduce a married woman and indicated he might start kissing a woman that he and Bush were about to meet. He added, “I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. … Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything.”

5.3. 2017

5.3.1. January 1

5.3.1.1. ‘Mexico Will Pay For The Wall’ – Narrative

5.3.1.2. Between 6/16/2015 and 1/1/2017 Mr. Trump said more than 170 times that Mexico would pay for the wall.

5.3.1.3. After it became clear that Mexico would not write a check for the wall, Trump altered his narrative, saying he had “never meant they’re going to write out a check”. This is a lie, as Trump had repeatedly suggested that Mexico would make ‘one time payments’.

5.3.2. January 20

5.3.2.1. Hiring Of Michael Flynn

5.3.2.2. Michael T. Flynn told President Trump’s transition team weeks before the inauguration that he was under federal investigation for secretly working as a paid lobbyist for Turkey during the campaign, according to two people familiar with the case.

5.3.2.3. Despite this warning, which came about a month after the Justice Department notified Mr. Flynn of the inquiry, Mr. Trump made Mr. Flynn his national security adviser. The job gave Mr. Flynn access to the president and nearly every secret held by American intelligence agencies.

5.3.3. January 21

5.3.3.1. Distorting Size Of Inauguration Crowd

5.3.3.2. After prominent news media had compared the size of Trump’s inauguration crowd (~160,000) to Obama’s crowd in 2009 (~1,800,000), Trump responded by inflating the size of his crowd and accusing the media of lies. His press secretary, Sean Spicer, said that Mr. Trump had drawn “the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration”.

5.3.4. January 27

5.3.4.1. Muslim Ban

5.3.4.2. President Trump banned the entry for refugees from seven muslim countries (Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Libya and Somalia) by executive order. The order is discriminatory based on religion.

5.3.5. February 13

5.3.5.1. Resignation Of Michael Flynn

5.3.5.2. Michael Flynn resigned after providing Vice President Mike Pence with incomplete information regarding a telephone call he had with the Russian ambassador in late December. He had attempted to establish a line of communication between the Trump administration with Russian officials, safe from US intelligence. Furthermore, he is likely to be vulnerable to blackmail by the Russian government.

5.3.6. March 4

5.3.6.1. Trump Tower Wiretapping

5.3.6.2. Trump accused Obama of wiretapping Trump tower on Twitter in a series of tweets without presenting any evidence. As a response, former director of national intelligence J.R. Clapper Jr. and then-director of the FBI J. Comey dismissed the claims.

5.3.7. April 29

5.3.7.1. Leaking Of Position Of Submarines

5.3.7.2. At a time of a looming conflict with North Korea, Trump told Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte that the U.S. had positioned two nuclear submarines off the coast of North Korea. The locations of nuclear submarines are a closely guarded secret, even from the Navy command itself.

5.3.8. May 9

5.3.8.1. Firing Of James Comey

5.3.8.2. After being displeased by Mr. Comey for

5.3.8.3. – demurring after being asked to pledge loyalty to him (1/27/2017)

5.3.8.4. – denying his request to drop the investigation into Mr. Flynn (2/14/2017)

5.3.8.5. – Denying his claim that his wires in Trump Tower were tapped (3/20/2017)

5.3.8.6. – Not publically anouncing that Mr. Trump was not personally under investigation, despite repeated requests to do so

5.3.8.7. Mr. Trump fires J. Comey on May 9th, 2017. Comey hears about his dismissal on the news. At first, WH officials claim that his firing was a consequence of recommendations by Mr. Rosenstein and Mr. Sessions, but the story changes to “Mr. Trump he has been considering to fire Comey since his election.”

5.3.8.8. 5/10/2017: Mr. Trump tells Russian officals in the White House: “I just fired the head of the FBI. I faced great pressure because of Russia. That’s taken off.”

5.3.9. May 10

5.3.9.1. Leaking Of Israeli Intelligence To Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov

5.3.9.2. Trump leaked highly classified intelligence obtained by the Israelis to Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov. The information was so sensitive that American officials kept it in a small circle and refrained from passing it on to other allies. The details exposed the source of the information and the manner in which it was obtained. Israeli intelligence unofficially confirmed: “this is our worst fears confirmed”.

5.3.10. May 25

5.3.10.1. Unpresidential Behavior At NATO Summit

5.3.11. August 12

5.3.11.1. Unite The Right Rally In Charlottesville

5.3.11.2. After the ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Charlottesville, Neo-Nazi James Alex Field Jr. deliberately drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing one female and injuring at least 19. Responding to the incident, President Trump condemned the bloody protests, blaming “hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides”.

5.3.11.3. Even after strong criticism he stood by his statement, saying: “I think there is blame on both sides. You had a group on one side that was bad. You had a group on the other side that was also very violent. Nobody wants to say that. I’ll say it right now.”

5.3.12. October 3

5.3.12.1. Hurricane Maria

5.3.12.2. Hurricane Maria was the tenth-most intense Atlantic hurricane on record and the most intense tropical cyclone worldwide in 2017. It killed an estimated 2,975 people in Puerto Rico and 3,059 people in total. Trump commented on the hurricane, saying: “Every death is a horror. But if you look at a real catastrophe like Katrina … what is your death count, as of this moment? 17?” The mayor of San Juan, Carmen Yulín Cruz, responded: “President Trump continues to demonstrate his inability to understand what his job in this crisis was all about: This was never about him, this was never about politics, this was about saving lives.”

5.4. 2018

5.4.1. May 1

5.4.1.1. Corruption

5.4.1.2. 1) Officials from foreign governments have realized they can curry favor with Trump by spending money at his properties. The list of governments includes Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Bahrain, Kuweit, Azerbaijan, Turkey, China, India, Afghanistan and Qatar. Some may have done so even if he were not the president, but others are well aware of what they are doing.

5.4.1.3. 2) American officials and business leaders have also spent money at Trump properties, sometimes in an apparent effort to please the president. Gov. Paul LePage of Maine last year stayed at the Trump International Hotel in Washington. Other Republicans have held campaign fund-raisers and party events at the properties. So have corporate lobbyists.

5.4.1.4. 3) In May 2018, an Indonesian real-estate project that involves the Trump Organization reportedly received a $500 million loan from a company owned by the Chinese government. Two days later, Trump tweeted that he was working to lift sanctions on a Chinese telecommunications firm with close ties to the government — over the objections of both Republicans and Democrats in Congress. He ultimately did lift the sanctions.

5.4.1.5. 4) The president personally intervened in a plan to relocate the F.B.I.’s Washington headquarters, apparently to protect Trump International Hotel, which is about a block away. If the F.B.I. had moved, its current site would most likely have been turned into a commercial development, and the long construction process — as well as potential for a new hotel on the site — could have hurt the Trump hotel.

5.4.2. July 16

5.4.2.1. Helsinki Summit

5.4.2.2. Despite bipartisan consensus and conclusive US intelligence reports, Trump questioned Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election: “I have President Putin; he just said it’s not Russia. I don’t see any reason why it would be.” After strong criticism, Trump stated on the following day that he had meant to say ‘wouldn’t’ instead of ‘would’ and “The sentence should have been, ‘I don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t be Russia. “

5.4.3. December 18

5.4.3.1. Donald J. Trump Foundation

5.4.3.2. The Donald J. Trump Foundation was dissolved as a consequence of a lawsuit brought in place by the attorny general Barbara underwood. She said that the foundations was “functioning as little more than a checkbook to serve Mr. Trump’s business and political interests,” and of engaging in “a shocking pattern of illegality” that included unlawfully coordinating with Mr. Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.

5.4.4. December 22

5.4.4.1. Border Wall Funds Extortion Attempt

5.4.4.2. The federal government went into the longest shutdown in U.S. history due to Trump’s attempt to extort $5.6 billion in federal funds to begin work on the wall.

5.5. 2019

5.5.1. February 27

5.5.1.1. Death Of Otto Warmbier

5.5.1.2. The American college student Otto Warmbier was arrested in North Korea in 2016. He died shortly after his release from a North Korean prison in 2017. After meating the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Un, Trump said: “He tells me that he didn’t know about it, and I will take him at his word. I don’t believe that he would have allowed that to happen, it just wasn’t to his advantage to allow that to happen.” Warmbier’s parents strongly criticized Trump’s statement, saying “Kim and his evil regime are responsible for the death of our son Otto. Kim and his evil regime are responsible for unimaginable cruelty and inhumanity. No excuses or lavish praise can change that.”

5.5.2. March 16

5.5.2.1. Lashing Out At John McCain Postmortem

5.5.2.2. Mr. Trump lashed out at deceased war hero and Republican candidate for the presidential election 2008 John McCain, criticizing Mr. McCain’s academic performance at the United States Naval Academy.

5.5.3. April 6

5.5.3.1. Family Separation Policy

5.5.3.2. The Trump administration separated at least 2,648 immigrant children from their parents, in order to establish a strong deterrent for illegal immigration. The policy did not include measures to reunite families that had been separated.

5.5.4. August 12

5.5.4.1. Ukraine Scandal

5.5.5. August 30

5.5.5.1. Leaking Of Picture Of Iranian Space Center

5.5.5.2. President Trump tweeted a high-resolution picture of a destroyed Iranian space center. The release of the photograph was unnecessary and revealed US surveillance capabilities to the world. J. R. Clapper Jr., a former director of national intelligence, commented: “You can bet every adversary is going to school on what’s been exposed. I can’t see what the point was, other than to make fun of the Iranians.”

5.5.5.2.1. Mr. Trump withheld military aid in order to force Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, to investigate Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden. At the time, Joe Biden led the polls with a comfortable lead for the democratic nomination, making Mr. Trump’s maneuver an abuse of the power of his office for his personal political gain. As a consequence, the House of Representatives impeached President Trump on Dec 18, 2019.

5.5.6. September 1

5.5.6.1. Sharpiegate

5.5.6.2. On September 1st, Mr. Trump warned in a tweet that several states would be hit by Hurricane Dorian, including Alabama. Immediately after his tweet, the national weather service responded saying that Alabama would not be hit by the hurricane. Three days later, on September 4th, President Trump presented a map showing the projected path of Hurricane Dorian, with a black sharpie-drawn line adding Georgia and a small part of Alabama to the projection. It is suspected that he drew the line himself in order to justify his initial claim. The incident became known as ‘Sharpiegate’.

5.5.7. October 6

5.5.7.1. Betrayal Of Kurdish Troops Fighting In War Against IS

5.5.7.2. President Trump reversed the US military policy in Syria, clearing the way for a Turkish military operation that swept away the US’s former allies, the Kurds.

5.5.8. October 8

5.5.8.1. Obstruction Of Impeachment Inquiry

5.5.8.2. In the impeachment inquiry, at Mr. Trumps order, the White House refused to cooperate in the inquiry, blocking witness testimony and document turnover. On Dec 19, 2019, the House of Representatives impeached Mr. Trump on the basis of obstruction of justice.

5.5.9. October 20

5.5.9.1. Attempt To Host G7 At Mar-A-Lago

5.5.10. October 27

5.5.10.1. Al-Baghdadi’s Death

5.5.10.2. President Trump reported Al-Baghdadi’s death, saying he was “whimpering and crying and screaming all the way”. However, the secretary of defense, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the regional commander who oversaw the operation that killed the leader of the Islamic State all say they have no idea what the president was talking about.

5.5.10.2.1. President Trump attempted to host the 2019 G7 event at his Resort in Florida, thus attempting to enrich himself through the power of his office. Only after strong criticism he stepped back from this endeavor.

5.5.11. November 21

5.5.11.1. Edward Gallagher

5.5.11.2. Navy Seal Edward Gallagher was sentenced by a military jury to four months in prison and demoted for posing for a trophy photo with a corpse. President Trump interfered in the military’s ability to self-regulate behavior and restored Eddie Gallaghers rank, despite urges from military officials not to do so. Navy Secretary Spencer commented: “This was a shocking and unprecedented intervention in a low-level review. It was also a reminder that the president has very little understanding of what it means to be in the military, to fight ethically or to be governed by a uniform set of rules and practices.”

5.6. 2020

5.6.1. January 2

5.6.1.1. Killing Of Iran’s General Qassim Suleimani

5.6.1.2. Without congressional autorization, President Trump assassinated Iran’s top security and intelligence commander Qassim Suleimani. Presidents Bush and Obama had refrained from this step, fearing it would destabilize the region and lead to a war. “From Iran’s perspective, it is hard to imagine a more deliberately provocative act,” said Robert Malley, the president and chief executive of the International Crisis Group.

5.6.2. February 11

5.6.2.1. Interference In Roger Stone Case

5.6.2.2. In an extraordinary decision overruling career lawyers, the Justice Department recommended an unspecified term of incarceration for Roger J. Stone Jr. instead of the prosecutors’ request of a punishment of seven to nine years for a crime he committed to protect Mr. Trump. The move coincided with Mr. Trump’s declaration on Twitter that the government was treating Mr. Stone too harshly. In response, four prosecutors abruptly withdrew from the case in protest. Numerous legal scholars say that Mr. Trump has shredded norms that kept presidents in check for decades, undermining public trust in federal law enforcement and creating at least the perception that criminal cases are now subject to political influence from the White House.

5.6.3. February 18

5.6.3.1. Granting Of Clemency To Famous White-Collar Criminals

5.6.3.2. The president’s announcements aimed at wiping clean the slates of rich, powerful and well-connected white men, leaving aside considerations of right or wrong of their misgivings. Clemency was granted to 11 fellons, among them Michael R. Milken, Rod R. Blagojevich and Bernard B. Kerik

5.6.4. February 21

5.6.4.1. Denial Of Russian Interference In 2016 Election

5.6.4.2. 12/11/2016

5.6.4.3. Mr. Trump says in an interview that he does not believe American Intelligence assessments that Russia had intervened to help his candidacy. He suggested the story is “another excuse” of the Democrat’s loss in the election.

5.6.4.4. 1/6/2017

5.6.4.5. After the release of the intelligence report on Russia’s interference in the election that concluded that the Russian Government aspired to discredit Hillary Clinton in order to improve Mr. Trump’s chances to get elected, Mr. Trump said that Russia’s interference had “absolutly no effect on the outcome of the election”, however without providing evidence for this claim.

5.6.4.6. 1/11/2017

5.6.4.7. Mr. Trump said “I think it was Russia, but it could have been others also”, while comparing US intelligence officals to Nazis.

5.6.4.8. 9/27/2019

5.6.4.9. Mr. Trump suggested that he rather believes Mr. Putin’s denials of Russian interference in 2016 than the conclusion of US intelligence agencies.

5.6.4.10. 2/21/2020

5.6.4.11. American intelligence officials warned that Russia was again meddling in a presidential election in his favor. Mr. Trump commented on the disclosure saying it was misinformation and merely another partisan attack against him.

5.6.5. Mishandling Of Corona-Crisis

5.6.6. May 7

5.6.6.1. While at first downplaying the danger of the disease, Trump later shifted to blaming the WHO, China and the Democrats for the evolving disaster, while claiming to have handled the crisis ideally. Find a detailed chronology of Mr. Trump’s statements during the Corona-Crisis here.

5.7. stuff

5.7.1. All Is Good

5.7.2. Corona Scandals

5.7.2.1. January 22

5.7.2.1.1. “We have it totally under control. It’s one person coming in from China. We have it under control. It’s going to be just fine.”

5.7.2.2. January 29

5.7.2.2.1. We Are On Top Of It

5.7.2.2.2. “Just received a briefing on the Coronavirus in China from all of our GREAT agencies, who are also working closely with China. We will continue to monitor the ongoing developments. We have the best experts anywhere in the world, and they are on top of it 24/7!”

5.7.2.3. February 7

5.7.2.3.1. This Will Be Over By April I

5.7.2.3.2. “Just had a long and very good conversation by phone with President Xi of China. He is strong, sharp and powerfully focused on leading the counterattack on the Coronavirus. He feels they are doing very well, even building hospitals in a matter of only days. Nothing is easy, but……he will be successful, especially as the weather starts to warm & the virus hopefully becomes weaker, and then gone. Great discipline is taking place in China, as President Xi strongly leads what will be a very successful operation. We are working closely with China to help!”

5.7.2.4. February 10

5.7.2.4.1. This Will Be Over By April II

5.7.2.4.2. “I had a long talk with President Xi — for the people in this room — two nights ago, and he feels very confident. He feels very confident. And he feels that, again, as I mentioned, by April or during the month of April, the heat, generally speaking, kills this kind of virus.”

5.7.2.5. February 23

5.7.2.5.1. We Are Cognizant Of Everything Going On

5.7.2.5.2. “We’re very much involved. We’re very — very cognizant of everything going on. We have it very much under control in this country”

5.7.2.6. February 26

5.7.2.6.1. The Flu Is Worse I

5.7.2.6.2. “I want you to understand something that shocked me when I saw it that — and I spoke with Dr. Fauci on this, and I was really amazed, and I think most people are amazed to hear it: The flu, in our country, kills from 25,000 people to 69,000 people a year. That was shocking to me. And, so far, if you look at what we have with the 15 people and their recovery, one is — one is pretty sick but hopefully will recover, but the others are in great shape. But think of that: 25,000 to 69,000. … “And again, when you have 15 people, and the 15 within a couple of days is going to be down to close to zero, that’s a pretty good job we’ve done”

5.7.2.7. February 27

5.7.2.7.1. It Will Disappear Like A Miracle

5.7.2.7.2. “It’s going to disappear. One day it’s like a miracle, it will disappear”

5.7.2.8. February 28

5.7.2.8.1. Coronavirus Is A Hoax

5.7.2.8.2. “The Coronavirus […] is their (the democrat’s) new hoax.”

5.7.2.9. March 4

5.7.2.9.1. It Is Safe To Fly

5.7.2.9.2. It’s “very safe to fly” in “large portions of the world”.

5.7.2.10. March 9

5.7.2.10.1. Flu Is Worse II

5.7.2.10.2. “So last year 37,000 Americans died from the common flu. It averages between 27,000 and 70,000 per year. Nothing is shut down, life & the economy go on. At this moment there are 546 confirmed cases of CoronaVirus, with 22 deaths. Think about that!”

5.7.2.11. March 10

5.7.2.11.1. It Will Go Away II

5.7.2.11.2. “Just stay calm. It will go away”

5.7.2.12. March 11

5.7.2.12.1. It Is Not Safe To Fly

5.7.2.12.2. “We will be suspending all travel from Europe to the United States for the next 30 days”

5.7.2.13. March 13

5.7.2.13.1. There Is Nothing We Could Have Done Better

5.7.2.13.2. Declaration of national emergency

5.7.2.13.3. “We have 40 people right now. Forty. Compare that with other countries that have many, many times that amount. And one of the reasons we have 40 and others have — and, again, that number is going up, just so you understand. And a number of cases, which are very small, relatively speaking — it’s going up. But we’ve done a great job because we acted quickly. We acted early. And there’s nothing we could have done that was better than closing our borders to highly infected areas.”

5.7.2.14. March 16

5.7.2.14.1. It Is Bad.

5.7.2.14.2. “I’ve spoken actually with my son. He says, ‘How bad is this?’ It’s bad. It’s bad. “

5.7.2.15. March 24

5.7.2.15.1. There Will Be Packed Churches On Easter

5.7.2.15.2. “I would love to have the country opened up and just raring to go by Easter, I think Easter Sunday — you’ll have packed churches all over our country. We begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel.”

5.7.2.16. March 29

5.7.2.16.1. It Will Be Over By June 1st

5.7.2.16.2. “The better you do, the faster this whole nightmare will end. Therefore, we will be extending our guidelines to April 30th to slow the spread. … We can expect that, by June 1st, we will be well on our way to recovery. We think, by June 1st, a lot of great things will be happening.”

5.7.2.17. March 31

5.7.2.17.1. It Is Not The Flu

5.7.2.17.2. “But it’s not the flu. It’s vicious. When you send a friend to the hospital and you call up to find out, how is he doing, it happened to me. Where he goes to the hospital, he says goodbye, sort of a tough guy, little older, little heavier than he’d like to be, frankly. And you call up the next day, ‘how’s he doing?’ And he’s in a coma? This is not the flu.”

5.7.2.18. March 31

5.7.2.18.1. Three Weeks Like We Haven’t Seen Before

5.7.2.18.2. “This could be a hell of a bad two weeks. This is gonna be a very bad two — or maybe even three — weeks,” the president said. “This is going to be three weeks like we haven’t seen before.”

5.7.2.19. April 3

5.7.2.19.1. 273,880 Cases – It Is Going Away

5.7.2.19.2. “I said it was going away – and it is going away.”

5.7.2.20. April 4

5.7.2.20.1. Take Hydroxychloroquine

5.7.2.20.2. “What do you have to lose? Take it,” the president said.

5.7.2.21. April 5

5.7.2.21.1. Take Hydroxycholoquine II

5.7.2.21.2. “What do you have to lose?” Mr. Trump asked, for the second day in a row.

5.7.2.22. April 6

5.7.2.22.1. Take Hydroxycholoquine III

5.7.2.22.2. The passing reference he makes to the possible dangers is usually overwhelmed by the full-throated endorsement. “What do you have to lose?” he asked five times.

5.7.2.23. April 10

5.7.2.23.1. Let’s Look At A Date To Ease Restrictions

5.7.2.23.2. Trump says he’s “looking at a date” to begin easing restrictions.

5.7.2.24. April 13

5.7.2.24.1. “I Have Total Authority”

5.7.2.24.2. Trump insists he has total authority to overrule governers’ right to reopen their states.

5.7.2.25. April 14

5.7.2.25.1. Halt Of Funding For WHO

5.7.2.25.2. Trump halts funding for the Wolrd Health Organization (WHO), arguing the organization failed in the corona epidemic. His move was unilaterally criticised by international and national political leaders, doctors and philantropists. Bill Gates tweeted: “Halting funding for the World Health Organization during a world health crisis is as dangerous as it sounds.”

5.7.2.26. April 15

5.7.2.26.1. Total Authority II

5.7.2.26.2. While experts fear a lack of testing negatively affects the perceived threat level, Trump pushes to reopen the US.

5.7.2.26.3. Stepping back from his statement two days earlier, Trump further said he would be “authorizing” governors of all 50 states to make decisions when it comes to lifting coronavirus restrictions, a power that is already with the governers according to the constitution.

5.7.2.27. “I was asking a question sarcastically to reporters like you just to see what would happen,” Mr. Trump said on Friday to journalists gathered in the Oval Office.

5.7.2.28. April 16

5.7.2.28.1. Trump Says Governers Can Ease Measures Before May 1st

5.7.2.28.2. Trump says governers can ease measures before May 1st.

5.7.2.29. April 17

5.7.2.29.1. Encouragement Of Right-Wing Protests Against Social Distancing Restrictions

5.7.2.29.2. Trump encourages right-wing protests of social distancing restrictions in Michigan, Minnesota and Virginia.

5.7.2.30. April 20

5.7.2.30.1. Encouragement Of Right-Wing Protests II

5.7.2.30.2. “Trump encourages protesters to ‘liberate’ themselves, despite warnings from public health officials.”

5.7.2.31. April 21

5.7.2.31.1. Inject Disinfectant To Treat Corona

5.7.2.31.2. Trump suggests injecting disinfectant into the body to treat coronavirus.

5.7.2.31.3. Mr. Trump’s remarks caused an immediate uproar, and the White House spent much of Friday trying to walk them back. “Leave it to the media to irresponsibly take President Trump out of context and run with negative headlines,” Kayleigh McEnany, the new White House press secretary, said in a statement criticizing the coverage of Thursday night’s briefing.

5.7.2.31.4. But the president later undermined her argument by insisting that his question to Mr. Bryan in fact had been an elaborate prank that he had engineered to trick reporters.

5.7.3. Incompetence

5.7.3.1. 2016

5.7.3.1.1. March 30

5.7.3.2. 2017

5.7.3.2.1. January 1

5.7.3.2.2. January 20

5.7.3.2.3. February 13

5.7.3.2.4. April 29

5.7.3.2.5. May 10

5.7.3.2.6. August 12

5.7.3.3. 2018

5.7.3.3.1. July 16

5.7.3.4. 2019

5.7.3.4.1. February 27

5.7.3.4.2. August 30

5.7.3.4.3. September 1

5.7.3.4.4. October 27

5.7.3.5. 2020

5.7.3.5.1. January 2

5.7.3.5.2. February 21

5.7.4. Hinting At Assassination Of Hillary Clinton

5.7.5. Unethical Behavior

5.7.5.1. 2015

5.7.5.1.1. June 16

5.7.5.1.2. August 8

5.7.5.1.3. December 7

5.7.5.2. 2016

5.7.5.2.1. March 30

5.7.5.2.2. July 30

5.7.5.2.3. August 9

5.7.5.2.4. October 6

5.7.5.3. 2017

5.7.5.3.1. January 1

5.7.5.3.2. January 27

5.7.5.3.3. August 12

5.7.5.3.4. October 3

5.7.5.4. 2018

5.7.5.4.1. May 1

5.7.5.4.2. December 18

5.7.5.5. 2019

5.7.5.5.1. February 27

5.7.5.5.2. March 16

5.7.5.5.3. April 6

5.7.5.5.4. August 12

5.7.5.5.5. October 6

5.7.5.5.6. October 8

5.7.5.5.7. October 20

5.7.5.5.8. November 21

5.7.5.6. 2020

5.7.5.6.1. February 11

5.7.5.6.2. February 18

5.7.5.6.3. February 21

6. vides

6.1. These past U.S. presidents failed to win a second term - will Donald Trump join the list?

6.2. Can Donald Trump retain the presidency?

6.3. Every Terrible Thing Trump Has Done As President

6.4. 74 Terrible Things Donald Trump Has Done...This Month

6.5. The 50 Craziest Things Trump Has Done As President

6.6. Election 2020: What has President Trump done to America?

6.7. The FULL List of Trump’s Most Tremendous Scandals

6.8. Has Donald Trump made America great again? Looking back at his presidency

6.9. Trump's Presidency Recap: The Most Defining Stories

6.10. Trump’s 100 Most Tremendous Scandals

6.11. suporters

6.11.1. Jordan Klepper vs. Trump Supporters: The Complete Collection | The Daily Social Distancing Show

6.11.2. Jordan Klepper Hits One Last Trump Rally Before the Election

6.11.3. Jordan Klepper vs. Trump Supporters

6.12. From hotel developer to president

6.13. other

6.13.1. Will Donald Trump Actually Leave the White House?

6.13.2. Trump Refuses to Concede the Election

6.13.3. Biden Wins Election & Parties Erupt While Trump Golfs

6.13.4. Trump Cries Fraud and Calls Dibs on the Presidency

6.13.5. Donald and Melania Trump: A Love Story for the Ages

6.13.6. Trump’s First Term Trips Abroad

7. Donald Trump

7.1. Who Is Donald Trump?

7.2. Early Life and Education

7.2.1. New York Military Academy

7.2.2. Fordham University

7.2.3. University of Pennsylvania

7.3. Parents and Siblings

7.3.1. Frederick Trump

7.3.2. Mary MacLeod

7.3.3. Maryanne Trump Barry

7.3.4. Fred Trump Jr.

7.3.5. Elizabeth Trump Grau

7.3.6. Robert Trump

7.4. Wives

7.4.1. Melania Trump

7.4.2. Ivana Trump

7.4.3. Marla Maples

7.5. Children

7.6. Trump’s Real Estate and Businesses

7.7. The Art of the Deal

7.8. Wealth

7.9. Tax Returns

7.10. Lawsuits and Investigations

7.10.1. Fair Housing Act Discrimination Trial

7.10.2. Trump University

7.10.3. Donald J. Trump Foundation

7.11. Political Party

7.12. 2016 Presidential Campaign vs. Clinton

7.13. Inauguration

7.14. First 100 Days

7.15. Trump's Supreme Court Nominations

7.15.1. Neil Gorsuch

7.15.2. Brett Kavanaugh

7.15.3. Amy Coney Barrett

7.16. Climate Change

7.16.1. Paris Climate Agreement

7.16.2. Oil Extraction

7.16.3. Coal Mining

7.16.4. Endangered Species Act

7.17. Health Care

7.17.1. Birth Control Mandate

7.18. Abortion

7.19. Tax Plan

7.20. Transgender Rights

7.21. Gun Control

7.22. Trump and Mexico

7.22.1. Border Wall

7.22.2. Border Separation Policy

7.23. Travel Ban

7.23.1. 'Public Charge' Rule

7.24. Trump and North Korea

7.24.1. Nuclear Weapons and Economic Sanctions

7.24.2. Summits With Kim Jong-un

7.25. Trump and Russia

7.25.1. Russian Hacking in the 2016 Election

7.25.2. Meeting With Putin

7.25.3. Russian Sanctions

7.26. Syria

7.26.1. Death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

7.27. Trade War

7.28. China

7.28.1. Taiwan

7.29. Israel and the Recognition of Jerusalem

7.30. Iran

7.31. Cuba and Travel Restrictions

7.32. Charlottesville Rally

7.33. Trump and Obama

7.33.1. “Birther” Controversy

7.33.2. Wiretapping Allegations

7.34. Comey and Trump

7.35. Mueller Investigation of Donald Trump

7.36. Trump and Stormy Daniels

7.36.1. Michael Cohen Investigation

7.36.2. Inaugural Committee

7.37. Sexual Assault and Rape Accusations

7.37.1. E. Jean Carroll Sexual Assault Accusations

7.37.2. 'Access Hollywood' Controversy

7.38. Pressuring Ukraine and Whistleblower Complaint

7.39. Impeachment and Acquittal

7.40. Coronavirus

7.41. Social Media Executive Order

7.42. 2020 Reelection Campaign

7.43. Presidential Debates With Biden

7.44. 2020 Election Defeat

7.45. Capitol Siege and Second Impeachment

7.46. Farewell Address

8. From hotel developer to president