President George Washington was home-schooled until he was 16 years old, at which point he went to map out the boundaries of Virginia.
In 1752, he inherited his family's fortune. Though he had over 100 slaves, he was disliked the practice of slavery and often did manual labor on his land.
In 1753, Washington, a major in the Virginian militia, attacked the French and Indians. After he returned from the skirmish, he married Martha Dandridge Custis, a wealthy widow, which made him one of the wealthiest leaders in the state.
In 1758 he was elected to Virginia's House of Burgesses. He did not take a widespread leadership role against the British until the protest of the Townshend Acts of 1767.
In 1775, Washington was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the revolutionary forces against Great Britain. When the war was over, Washington resigned his role in the army and went home to Mount Vernon. He agreed to be president in 1789 to help unite the country and was unanimously elected. Upon his death, he freed all of his slaves.
President Donald J Trump was sent away to military school at 13 with the hopes of channeling his uncontrollable energy towards a more disciplined manner. Afterward, Trump attended Fordham University for two years before transferring to Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He reportedly graduated in 1968 with a degree in economics.
With his grandfather reportedly a successful businessman along a wall less US-Canadian border. http://www.ahtribune.com/us/2016-election/242-trump-grandfather-pimp-fa… His dad was a NY real estate developer, so it was predetermined that Donald makes his mark in the same field. Trump worked at his father's company Elizabeth Trump and Son and gained control in 1971. He renamed the company the Trump Organization after networking with influential people throughout the city.
Trump acquired hotel and casinos in states such as Florida and New Jersey. He married and remarried three times, fathering five children. In 2004, he starred in the inaugural season of the reality television show "The Apprentice," helping to propel himself and his brand further into the public eye. In 2012, he announced his intent to run for president of the United States.
And we'll just have to wait to read about Cherry Trees and other truths, half-truths or Bigly Falsehoods.
It's too late to make suggestions to President Washington, but not for @POTUS. To contact Donald Trump by USPS mail. All correspondence should be sent to the Attention Donald Trump, C/O The Trump Organization, 725 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10022. No emails, or phone calls.