The Documentary Donald Trump Suppressed For 25 Years [VIDEO]


Many political pundits in the United States and beyond have predicted that he is likely to get the nomination as the Presidential candidate on the ticket of the Grand Old Party (GOP) to battle it out in the 2016 US Presidential Elections, but this man is never out of controversy.
On immigration policies, Donald Trump has made it known if he enters the White House, he will never welcome migrants into the land with deep history of immigration. He publicly described Mexican migrants as rapists and drug cartels.
The latest controversy about Trump is that a video has been published on social media showing some hidden secrets of the billionaire. The film was commissioned in 1988 by the billionaire real estate developer, Leonard Stern as the first of a series on celebrity businessmen and finished in 1991.
Republican presidential candidate Trump gestures and declares "You're fired!" at a rally in Manchester
Back then, the only way for a film to be seen was on television or in the theater and Trump threatened to sue any broadcaster, distributor or media outlets that showed the film.
The title of the film is, “What Is The Deal?” It is said that Trump’s reason for suppressing the film was that it was not “pretty to his standard,” and due to his money and influence, coupled with low technological development then, he succeeded in suppressing the film. The film was said to have been screened twice in back-to-back, standing room only showings at the Bridgehampton Community House on July 3rd, 1991. That was the day that Trump announced his engagement to his second wife, Marla Maples.
Currently, a website called TrumpTheMovie.com, has released the film with a note reading, “Now that Trump is running for president, it is time for the American People to meet the real Donald and learn how he does business. The old Trump and the new Trump? They’re the same Trump.”
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In one scene in the film, Trump scolded former CNN megastar, Larry King for having bad breath. When Trump asked if anyone has ever told him that, a stunned King replied, “No.”
Other memorable moments include Tony Schwartz, co-author of Trump’s most famous book,Trump: The Art of the Deal, telling the camera the businessman would crumble without media attention, and an early Jonathan Alter speaking from a cluttered miasma complete with a prehistoric Apple computer… and that’s just in the first 10 minutes.
In addition, one of the interesting issues which were subjected to close scrutiny in the film is about the fortune of Trump. It became known as, “Does Trump really have as much money as he says he does?”
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The producer, Libby Handros, told Mic in an interview about the film that the film was made during a time when Stern was trying to re-brand himself as a media magnate, and that he has been holding the film from the public for too long.
“I have been sitting on this film for 25 years. I figured someday it would be worthwhile. That totally freaked Donald out. There were three networks …you didn’t have to do much to get broadcasters scared,” Handros said.
You can watch the full 82 minutes video above. It will help you to make your own judgment about the person wanting to lead one of the world’s most powerful countries.

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