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” (TIME Cover Story about Trump, January 1989) On taxes “I’d throw a tax on every Mercedes-Benz rolling into this country and on all Japanese products, and we’d have wonderful allies again.” (When asked what his first action as President would be, Katie Couric, left, co-host of NBC-TV's "Today" show, is dressed like Donald Trump, right, during a spoof of his "The Apprentice" reality television show, on the morning program's annual Halloween segment on Oct. On touching, while first considering a presidential campaign “I think the handshake is barbaric…

Shaking hands, you catch the flu, you catch this, you catch all sorts of things.” (TIME, “Searching for an alternative to the classic grip-and-grin,” November 1999) On love “I’ve said if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.” (On March 2006) On the number of Representatives in the House “Well, I don’t want to answer your questions because this isn’t a history class…You could get some stiff that knows every one of those answers but is incapable of governing.” (TIME, “Welcome to the Big Show,” April 2011) On hiring working mothers “She’s not giving me 100%. When I walk down the street, those cabbies start yelling out their windows.” ( “I have no intention of running for President.” (TIME, September 1987) Playboy: “Wait.

Here’s a look back at some of his most consequential statements: On the death penalty and policing Trump: “I hate seeing this country go to hell. In order to bring law and order back into our cities, we need the death penalty and authority given back to the police.

I got fifteen thousand positive letters on the death-penalty ad.

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But here, a total net worth of—net worth, not assets—a net worth, after all debt, after all expenses, the greatest assets…So the total is $8,737,540,000.” (Presidential campaign announcement speech, June 2015) “‘Who the f— knows?