Donald Trump: From Real Estate to Reality TV
Before Donald Trump entered the world of television with his hit reality show, The Apprentice, he made a name for himself as a hard-driving real estate developer in New York City. From there he expanded his property interests to include casinos in Atlantic City and top-notch golf courses around the country. He has published a number of books about his life and insights on business, many of which have become best-sellers. This biography explores the successes, as well as the difficulties of Mr. Trump's life, as it introduces young adults to this interesting and controversial personality.
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haven't read it but i'm doing a project on it and i'm thinking about it. my project is for black history month and how trump and Fred real estate never sold houses to colored people and only to white people.
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