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Donald Trump Suppressed This Documentary For 25 Years

In 1991, an unflattering documentary that exposed Donald Trump as someone who exploited foreign workers and would do anything to get ahead was ready for distribution after 3 years of production.  When broadcasters expressed interest in the film, Donald Trump threatened to sue anyone who touched it.  As a result of Trump’s threats, the documentary was suppressed for 25 years.

When Trump announced his bid for the Presidency last year, the producers of the Donald Trump Movie What’s The Deal  thought it was a good time to dust it off and create an internet-friendly version.

The 90-minute documentary is now available on iTunes:

View the Trailer below:

Plot Summary
Donald Trump is one of the richest and most famous men in America, but on what foundation has his success been built? From accusations of harassment to repeated flirtations with bankruptcy, his very public business career has been one of artifice and intrigue; a Machiavellian performance played out before the American media. Originally produced in 1991, “Donald Trump: What’s the Deal?” investigates the unscrupulous reality behind this most public of figures. Swaggering and assured, exaggerated statements have become Trump’s trademark, making him as much a celebrity as a businessman; a poster boy for American capitalism. This air of cocky invincibility has, however, repeatedly hidden a questionable and often duplicitous business.

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One thought on “Donald Trump Suppressed This Documentary For 25 Years

  1. It’s a shame that this is being sold or rented, instead of free. While I understand the desire to profit, this man is an evil scourge and we should do everything to prevent his rise.

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