Beautifully signed circa 1985 portrait of Donald Trump in black suit. Unique 8" x 10", boldly signed in gold, from private collection acquired in 1999. Preserved and presented in black frame. 1946 success in real estate began under the tutelage of Fred, his father. Donald bought and renovated New York apartment buildings and built luxury hotel properties, including the famed Trump Tower.Ultimately, he created a worldwide chain of hotels, renowned golf courses, and landmark skyscrapers. Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election. He was the 2016 Republican nominee for president of the United States. He declared his candidacy on June 16, 2015, and officially received the nomination of the Republican Party on July 19, 2016, at the Republican National Convention. He became more active in national politics in 2011 when he began publicly questioning whether Barack Obama was a natural citizen. That same year, Trump indicated some interest in seeking the Republican nomination for president but ultimately declined to run. Trumps candidacy for the Republican nomination in 2016 was initially seen as something of a long shot, but the New York businessmans outsider status, mastery of the media, and no-holds-barred campaign style propelled him to the front of the field.
Trump racked up victories in key early states, and by May the race had dwindled from more than a dozen candidates to three: Trump, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, and Ohio Governor John Kasich. After a critical victory in Indiana on May 3, Cruz and Kasich dropped out, leaving Trump unchallenged for the nomination.
When the dust settled, 13.3 million primary voters had backed Trump, a new record in the history of Republican primaries. The item "PRESIDENT DONALD J.TRUMP SIGNED 8 x 10 PORTRAIT IN FRAME" is in sale since Saturday, April 1, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential".
The seller is "mediumisthemessagemedia" and is located in Gladstone, Michigan. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, Canada, Japan, Australia.