Donald Trump

Trump accused of discrediting Republicans by saying ‘Obama may be a Muslim’

Trump accused of discrediting Republicans by saying ‘Obama may be a Muslim’Washington, Apr 2: American businessman Donald Trump has been accused of discrediting the entire Republican Party, as he speculates that US President Barack Obama's birth certificate may say he is a Muslim.

Trump, a potential presidential candidate, also claimed that the President may have duped the entire nation about his birthplace and calls it `one of the greatest scams of all time'.

"People have birth certificates, he (Obama) doesn't have a birth certificate. He may have one, but there is something on that birth certificate," said Trump during an interview.

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Trump admits admiring Saddam''s terrorism policy

Trump admits admiring Saddam''s terrorism policyWashington, Mar. 16: American billionaire Donald Trump has said in a recent interview that he admired Saddam Hussein''s terrorism policy.

During his interview with conservative news site, Human Events, he said: "Whether you like Saddam Hussein or not, and I don't-he was a bad guy-but he used to shootthe terrorist; he used to kill them. He didn''t give them a trial like in this country. He used to shoot terrorists and kill them."

Regarding, Afghanistan and U. S forces, Trump said: "I want to invest a lot of money into our military."

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Donald Trump''s approval ratings top Romney and Pawlenty

Donald Trump''s approval ratings top Romney and PawlentyWashington, Mar. 7 : American businessman Donald Trump has higher approval ratings than the Republican political figure Mitt Romney and Tim Pawlenty, says Wall Street Journal poll.

The poll tested the three candidates of 2012 Republican Presidential elections, along with House Speaker John Boehner, and found Trump got the highest approval ratings.

According to the Politico, Trump''s numbers were nine percent "very positive" and 17 percent "somewhat positive," for a combined total of 26 percent.

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Donald Trump considers US presidential run

Los Angeles, Oct 6 Celebrity businessman Donald Trump says he is seriously considering running for US president in 2012.

The flamboyant property mogul and reality TV star told Fox News Tuesday that he was weighing a presidential campaign on the Republican ticket to restore global respect for America.

He didn't explain quite what the world would think about the planet's richest and most powerful country being headed by a brash real estate tycoon. But he did say that he would bring "finesse" and "common sense" to the position.

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