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    Is Donald Trump a republican or a democrat?

    +2  Views: 825 Answers: 6 Posted: 10 years ago

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    He's a celebrity and a bad one at that. We do not need a whiny azz prima donna who finds drama with all women, in the White House. Forget the duck.

    He is considered a neo Republican solely for the facet he likes to bounce around. Too bad he doesn't change his hair style as often as he changes his party affiliation.
    schubee

    LOL...you are mean.
    Colleen

    Moderator
    Honesty can seem mean sometimes.
    Please don't disgrace either party by mentioning his name in the same sentence!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Colleen

    Moderator
    well, I see neo as meaning make believe so that still saves the party. ;)
    Neo Republican
    Trump’s donation history shows Democratic favoritism

    Billionaire Donald J. Trump, an early presidential favorite among tea party activists, has a highly unusual history of political contributions for a prospective Republican candidate: He has given most of his money to the other side.

    The real estate mogul and “Celebrity Apprentice” host has made more than $1.3 million in donations over the years to candidates nationwide, with 54 percent of the money going to Democrats, according to a Washington Post analysis of state and federal disclosure records.

    In an exclusive interview with the AP, Donald Trump suggested that President Barack Obama was a poor student who didn't deserve to be admitted to the Ivy League universities he attended. (April 25)

    In an exclusive interview with the AP, Donald Trump suggested that President Barack Obama was a poor student who didn't deserve to be admitted to the Ivy League universities he attended. (April 25)

    Recipients include Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (Nev.), former Pennsylvania governor Edward G. Rendell, and Rahm Emanuel, a former aide to President Obama who received $50,000 from Trump during his recent run to become Chicago’s mayor, records show. Many of the contributions have been concentrated in New York, Florida and other states where Trump has substantial real estate and casino interests.

    The donations provide another view into the odd political spectacle surrounding Trump, who may be the most unlikely of possible GOP presidential hopefuls in an already eclectic field. Although candidates such as Mitt Romney and Tim Pawlenty have spent years carefully crafting and plotting a White House run, the tycoon and fixture of the New York tabloids has leapt onto the scene with loud proclamations and surprisingly strong poll numbers among likely Republican voters.

    The iconoclastic developer and television personality is attempting to appeal to social conservatives, even with a record of failed marriages and earlier statements in favor of abortion rights. His attacks on Obama have focused on conspiracy theories about the president’s birth in Hawaii that make many Republican leaders nervous. And Trump is considering a run for the nomination in an increasingly conservative Republican Party, despite years of donations to prominent Democrats.

    None of which has stopped him from forging ahead with a potential candidacy, including a scheduled trip on Wednesday to the early primary state of New Hampshire.

    The Democratic recipients of Trump’s donations make up what looks like a Republican enemies list, including former senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.), Sen. John F. Kerry (Mass.), Rep. Charles B. Rangel (N.Y.), Sen. Charles E. Schumer (N.Y.) and the late liberal lion Edward M. Kennedy (Mass.).

    The biggest recipient of all has been the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee of New York, which has taken in more than $125,000 from Trump and his companies. Overall, Trump has given nearly $600,000 to New York state campaigns, with more than two-thirds going to Democrats.

    His representatives did not respond to requests for comment Tuesday. But Trump said in a recent interview that he had relatively few Republican options in an overwhelmingly blue state.

    “Everyone’s Democratic,” he told Fox News in an interview about his potential candidacy. “So what am I going to do — contribute to Republicans? One thing: I’m not stupid. Am I going to contribute to Republicans for my whole life when they get heat when they run against some Democrat and the most they can get is 1 percent of the vote?”

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trumps-donation-history-shows-democratic-favoritism/2011/04/25/AFDUddtE_story.html
    Donald Trump has reported in several recent interviews that his political affiliation resides with the Republicans. At the same time he has also stated that he believes that George Bush is the worst President in US history. He has in the past openly discussed running for president under the GOP (1988). In 1999 he switched from Republican Party to the Reform Party and has switched back since then....So I guess you could say he is a Republican but may not be one of their strongest supporter.

    he's a pain in the ass


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