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Donald Trump is one of the world's most well known real-estate tycoons and television personalities.
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His confident and sometimes brash attitude has made him both a friend or foe to many in the business and celebrity world.
During the late 1960s, Trump took over his father's real estate development company in New York City and he soon began investing heavily in large scale building projects in Manhattan.
His name soon became synonymous with luxury buildings including Trump Tower, Trump Plaza and Trump World Tower.
He also expanded the Trump Organization to include a number of casinos, golf courses and marinas.
In 2003, Trump moved from the construction site to the television set.
He was the executive producer and host of the hit television show, "The Apprentice", which pitted budding businessmen and women against each other in the hopes of getting a job with Trump.
The show went on to be a worldwide hit and in 2004, Trump trademarked his catch phrase "You're Fired!".
In the same year Trump's pay for the show skyrocketed to a reported $3 million per episode - making him one of the highest earning television stars in the world .
Trump, whose Miss Universe pageant is frequently criticized for being a sexist throwback, stirred further controversy in 2006 with an on-air verbal tirade against television personality Rosie O'Donnell.
The real-estate magnate is currently building what he is calling the "world's greatest golf course" near Aberdeen, Scotland after overcoming resistance from local environmentalists.
Here's your chance to ask Donald Trump your questions.
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