Billionaire real estate magnate and television personality Donald Trump said yesterday that he will not run for the White House in 2012, thinning the field of potential Republican candidates.
PRESIDENT Barack Obama told jokes at the expense of US property mogul Donald Trump on Saturday night, mocking his possible presidential ambitions in remarks at the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
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Donald Trump and Sarah Palin both continued their political tease over the weekend, rallying the faithful ahead of a potential - but by no means confirmed - run at the White House.
Donald Trump is on course to fulfil his dream and create the world's greatest golf course in Scotland
FAMILIES living with the threat of being evicted from their homes at Donald Trump's Menie estate have cautiously welcomed the tycoon's announcement that he has ruled out the use of compulsory purchase orders to help build his £750 million golf resort.
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FAMILIES who fear they could be evicted from their homes to pave the way for Donald Trump's golf resort have lodged a petition at Holyrood calling on MSPs to remove the threat of compulsory purchase being used for private developments.
Mr Bombastic of New York City, aka Donald Trump, has given another one of those interviews in which he is tossed sycophantic questions which he hits out of the park with the force of his hubris.
ONE of the most influential men in golf has tipped Donald Trump's course in Aberdeenshire to host the 2022 Ryder Cup.
THE star greenkeeper headhunted by tycoon Donald Trump to create a world-class golf course in Scotland has parted company with his boss.
A PENSIONER who abandoned a court challenge to the Donald Trump golf resort has been found liable to pay legal fees.
Determined, aggressive, bullish ... but also decent and kind; a loyal friend. Is it possible to get under the skin – and comb-over – of Donald Trump?
THEY were nothing if not persistent in their relentless pursuit of Donald Trump, the tycoon behind perhaps the most controversial development in Scotland's planning history.
Officials are recommending approval of the next major development at Donald Trump's £750 million golf and housing resort, despite furious objections from some residents.
DONALD Trump yesterday reignited the furore over the threat of compulsory purchase hanging over residents of the Menie estate by claiming that he owned "a chunk of land" on one of the four properties at the centre of the controversy.
DONALD Trump has admitted he considered abandoning his controversial plans to build the "world's greatest golf course" on an environmentally sensitive stretch of the Aberdeenshire coastline.
The infamous shed on local Michael Forbes' steading on the Menie estate - branded a "pigsty" by Donald Trump - is to be transformed into a piece of art.
DONALD Trump is in ebullient mood. And he has every right to be.
DONALD Trump yesterday shrugged aside the controversy surrounding a Scottish university's decision to award him an honorary degree as he flew into Aberdeen to view the latest developments at his £750 million golf resort in Aberdeenshire.
The former principal of a Scottish university has branded the institution's decision to award an honorary degree to the US tycoon Donald Trump as "quite preposterous".