Donald Trump, the New York business mogul who's made a name for himself as a real estate developer, television show host and author, has been hinting at a run for the Republican presidential nomination. He's expected to make his bid official Tuesday. In photo, Trump waves as he walks off stage after speaking at the Iowa Republican Party's Lincoln Dinner on May 16, 2015, in Des Moines, Iowa.
Donald Trump, the New York business mogul who's made a name for himself as a real estate developer, television show host and author, has been hinting at a run for the Republican presidential nomination. He's expected to make his bid official Tuesday. In photo, Trump waves as he walks off stage after speaking at the Iowa Republican Party's Lincoln Dinner on May 16, 2015, in Des Moines, Iowa. AP
Donald Trump, the New York business mogul who's made a name for himself as a real estate developer, television show host and author, has been hinting at a run for the Republican presidential nomination. He's expected to make his bid official Tuesday. In photo, Trump waves as he walks off stage after speaking at the Iowa Republican Party's Lincoln Dinner on May 16, 2015, in Des Moines, Iowa. AP

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