He went from the Apprentice boardroom to the White House, eclipsing Hillary Clinton and beating the odds to ascend to one of the most powerful positions in the world, President of the United States. But just how did “The Donald” do it?
Find out when The Trump Show . As Donald Trump’s tumultuous term draws to a dramatic close, this absorbing three-part series looks back at one of the most unpredictable and unorthodox presidents in American history and his quest to become the most powerful man on the planet.
This series is the definitive tell-all on Donald Trump featuring behind-the-scenes accounts from White House advisers and key players like Rudy Giuliani, Steve Bannon, Sean Spicer and Omarosa Manigault Newman giving viewers a front-row seat to this extraordinary presidency – spiced up with intimate details from Stormy Daniels.
Using his background in business and his experience as a heavy hitter in the world of reality television, Trump’s presidency has been marked by the way he navigated his own rules, sneered at convention, and engaged in a combative relationship with the press.
Throughout his time in the White House, Donald Trump has faced an endless sequence of challenges and scandals, from claims of Russian interference in his 2016 election campaign to his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and the outbreak of rioting and violence in America’s cities. Throughout it all, including his historic encounter with “Rocket Man”, North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong Un, Trump has held steadfast to his unique style of leadership as he turned the political world upside down.
The countdown is on to one of the most important US elections in history, and only time will tell what another four years in the Oval Office will mean for America if Donald Trump emerges victorious over Democrat nominee Joe Biden.
The Trump Show premieres Tuesday, October 20 After The Block on Nine