Over time, Donald developed the fear that, when he was most in need, asking for comfort or attention might incite his father’s resentment or disregard. Donald endured hardships that would leave him permanently scarred.
The “twisted” attitudes and behaviors that Trump acquired as a young man were vividly described in her book, including how a “killer instinct” is praised while traits like empathy, kindness, and knowledge are penalized.
Trump studied for two years at New York City’s Fordham University before being accepted into the prestigious Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
Despite attending a military high school, Trump never joined the military. Five times, twice while in college and once due to bone spurs in his feet, he managed to avoid being drafted for military service in Vietnam. His adversaries refer to him as “Cadet Bone Spurs.”
Trump was intended to succeed in business. According to a 2018 New York Times investigation, Trump got more than $400 million from his father’s real estate firm, and a significant portion of this money was given to him because he assisted his parents in avoiding taxes, the newspaper reported.
Fred Trump Jr., who was alcoholic and passed away at age 42 from a heart attack, was Donald Trump’s brother. Robert Trump, the eldest Trump sibling, passed away in August 2020 at the age of 71.
Maryanne Trump Barry, one of Donald Trump’s sisters, departed from her position as a federal appellate judge in Philadelphia in 2019, a republican, she was elevated to the circuit court by President Bill Clinton after President Ronald Reagan nominated her for a judgeship.
Elizabeth Trump Grau, his other sister, is 78 years old and resides in Florida with her husband James Grau, a producer for a film studio.
Trump is well recognized for his abrasive demeanor and propensity of publicly disparaging others, which he seems to love doing.
Professor of political science at Oakland University in Michigan, Peter Trumbore, claimed that the man is psychologically horrified by weakness, trump’s desire for power was evident long before he was elected president and campaigned on a platform of “making America great again.
In a 1990 interview with Playboy magazine, the rich real estate developer alleged that pro-democracy demonstrators were given “not a firm enough hand” by Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, who was crucial in ending the Cold War, in addition to not being a racist, trump has referred to himself as a very stable genius.
However, Trump’s niece Mary Trump says the president is a person who is utterly unfit to serve as president and is likely suffering from a number of psychological illnesses.
Mary Trump, a clinical psychologist, thinks her uncle may also have antisocial personality disorder, dependent personality disorder, and a long undiagnosed learning disability that for decades has interfered with his ability to process information,” in addition to fitting the nine criteria for clinical narcissism.
She also believes he might have a caffeine-related sleep issue as a result of the numerous Diet Cokes he allegedly consumes everyday.
Lifestyle, diet and health
It is no secret that Trump likes fast food. Trump’s preferred McDonald’s order, according to an insider’s description of his 2016 presidential campaign, was two Big Macs, two Filet-O-Fishes, and a chocolate shake.
The calorie count for Trump’s order is 2,420, based on McDonald’s nutritional information. Men should normally take around 2,500 calories per day, according to US regulators.
Let Trump Be Trump, a book by Corey Lewandowski (who was sacked as Trump’s campaign manager in 2016) and David Bossie, the deputy campaign manager, detailed the campaign diet.
McDonald’s, KFC, pizza, and Diet Coke were the four main food groups served on Trump Air Force One, according to their report.
Trump also likes other foods, such as well-done steaks with ketchup, but he abstains from drinking and smoking.
His most recent annual physical revealed that he still meets the definition of obesity, weighing 110 kg (244 pounds). Trump considers golf to be his major form of exercise, and according to other golfers, he occasionally cheats. Politico claims that he also has a fear of germs.
He may have had the greatest medical care possible during his episode with Covid-19 in October, as he seemed to recover fast.
Trump’s signature bouffant hairstyle and orange skin tone have also been a topic of criticism for years. His skin tone was described as a “state secret” in an article that appeared in The New York Times early in February.
Marriages, children and other relationships
Trump has been married three times. His first marriage lasted from 1977 until 1992 to Ivana Trump, and as a result, they had three children: Donald Jr., Eric, and Ivanka. In the wake of Donald Trump’s alleged adultery, the couple broke up.
Donald may not have been the best husband to me, but he was a fantastic father to the kids, Ivana claimed in her 2017 book Raising Trump.
Donald Trump wed Marla Maples (1993-1999). Tiffany is their daughter.
Since 2005, Trump has been wed to Melania Trump, who was born Knauss. Barron Trump, their teen son, is their only child. Ten of Donald Trump’s grandchildren.
Melania, who was 26 years old when she relocated to New York in 1996, was born in Slovenia.
According to reports, Trump and Melania first connected while he was out with another woman. Bill and Hillary Clinton, whom he would defeat in the 2016 presidential race, attended their wedding.
The media has used Trump’s reported relationships with other women as fodder throughout the years. Stormy Daniels, a porn star, described her intercourse with Trump as being the “least impressive” she had ever experienced in her book Full Disclosure along with other unflattering private details.