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CHAPTER THREE

DONALD J. TRUMP

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Trump attended Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH) for two years, it was not his first college of choice, and real estate was
not his career choice. Trump wanted to be a movie producer. He applied to the University of Southern California but was
rejected. He then applied to Fordham; two years later, Don Trump transferred to Wharton School of the University of
Pennsylvania. He worked with his grandmother in the family business, Elizabeth Trump & Son. The company was founded in
1923, by Elizabeth and her second child, Fredrick Christ Trump, Don’s father. Don Trump graduated in May 1968 with a B.S. in
economics, though many of the students said they don’t remember seeing him in class or on campus, the teachers had no
comment.

Trump claimed that Barack Obama was not an American because his father was a foreigner. Let’s view the Trump family tree.
Fredrick Trump, the grandfather of Don Trump, was born in 1869 in Kallstadt, Germany. He was the second cousin to Henry J.
Heinz, the founder of Heinz Ketchup, making Don the fourth cousin to the Heinz family. Fredrick Trump emigrated from Kallstadt
to the United States at the age of sixteen. He stayed with his sister, who had immigrated in 1883, and her husband, also from
Kallstadt. They lived in the lower East Side of Manhattan, in a neighborhood of Palatine German immigrants. At age eighteen,
he moved to Seattle during the gold rush, opened a hotel, restaurant, and brothels. When he was twenty-three, he became a
citizen and changed his name from Fredrick to Frederick. The correct spelling of the family name is Drumpf, but during the turn
of the century, when Napoleon reigned, the family changed the spelling to Trump.

Frederick returned home to Germany in 1901, a rich man, it did not matter; he was accused of running away from his military
duty. At a certain age, German boys had to serve two years in the military. The Germans banished Frederick from his home,
while in Germany, Frederick fell in love with Elizabeth Christ. Before leaving their home, the young couple married and moved to
New York City.

When Elizabeth became homesick, Frederick returned to Germany and tried to regain his citizenship. The Germans did not take
too kindly to Frederick’s dodging his duty, the second and last time, he was deported. Frederick returned to America, where
they had three children. Elizabeth Trump (1904–1961), real estate developer Fred Trump (1905–1999), and physicist John G.
Trump (1907–1985). Their father died of Spanish flu during the pandemic, on May 30, 1918.

A thought -had Frederick Trump been reinstated in Germany, his grandson Don would have been the Germans nightmare.

In Frederick’s will, his family received a two-story seven-room home in Queens, five vacant lots, $4000 in savings, $3000 in
stocks, and 14 mortgages. His net worth was $31,359. In present day, that amount is equal to $588,207.86. His wife and second
born, Frederick, started a company and named it Elizabeth Trump and Son, they continued the real estate business. Don’s dad,
Fred Trump, became one of New York’s most prominent real-estate developers.

Don Trump’s mother was Mary Anne MacLeod. When Mary Ann was eighteen, she arrived in New York from Scotland, pursuing
domestic work. Six years after coming to the U.S., she married Fred Trump. Her life is a story about a person that went from
being a domestic to hiring domestics to work in her home. Mary Anne Trump became a naturalized citizen in 1942.

Just like Obama’s father, Trump’s mother was an immigrant; Obama visited his African heritage; on the other hand, Trump never
spoke of his Scottish mother. It is as though he wanted to hide her. He referred to himself as American born, but exclude Obama
from being born in America. Trump’s attempt to disqualify Obama’s birth was ludicrous since his fate is equal to his predecessor,
which reminds me of
Matthew 7:1-5:
1 Judge not, that ye be not judged.
2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.
3 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?
4 Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and behold, a beam is in thine own eye?
5 Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy
brother’s eye.

There is a big difference between Don’s mother and Barack’s father. One came to America from Scotland, to work in a servitude
position. While the other came to America from Africa, to attend college.

Don walked in his paternal grandpa’s footsteps by escaping the service. Through lies, Don dodged serving in the American
Army, like his grandpa dodged the German service by coming to America. Grandson exemplifies grandpa.