According to a 2017 study, it was revealed that the ultra-wealthy invest an average of 15% of their portfolio into real estate. Of course, Donald Trump is known for being an ultra-wealthy real estate mogul, as well as one of the most divisive figures in modern history. With the 2020 election only a few months away, the current president and speakers from the Republican party gathered — in person, no less, in the midst of a pandemic — to officially nominate and confirm the candidacy of Trump and Pence for a second term. Continue reading
President Donald Trump didn’t hear a supporter use the words “white power” in a video he retweeted, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Monday.
“He did not hear that particular phrase when he tweeted out the video,” she said in response to a reporter’s question.