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Trumped! was an American daily talk radio program that was hosted by American businessman, investor, and future U.S. president Donald Trump. It ran from 2004 to 2008.

<i>Trumped!</i> (book)

Trumped! The Inside Story of the Real Donald Trump – His Cunning Rise and Spectacular Fall is a 1991 book about Donald Trump that was written by John O'Donnell and James Rutherford, and published by Simon & Schuster. Prior to writing the book, O'Donnell worked for Trump for three years, including one year as the president and chief operating officer of the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. In the book, O'Donnell asserts that Trump is racist, cheap, and an incompetent businessman.

<i>Trumped</i> (2009 film) 2009 film by Michael Whitton

Trumped is a 2009 American thriller short film written and directed by Michael Whitton and starring James James, Matt Kawczynski, and David Whitton. The film follows the spree of a three-man costumed gang bent on scaring people for fun.

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<i>Youve Been Trumped</i> 2011 documentary about the construction of a luxury golf course on a beach in Balmedie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland by Real Estate Tycoon Donald Trump, and the subsequent struggles between the locals and Donald Trump

You've Been Trumped is a 2011 documentary by British filmmaker Anthony Baxter. The film documents the construction of a luxury golf course on a beach in Balmedie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, by developer Donald Trump and the subsequent struggles between the locals and Donald Trump and Scottish legal and governmental authorities.

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