Donald Trump & Roger Stone plot next presidential campaign

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Donald Trump announces that he’s created a presidential exploratory committee and would like Oprah Winfrey to be his running mate. Soon after, he begins a campaign managed by Roger Stone. Trump runs as a member of the Reform Party.

He releases a book of his policy proposals, including single-payer health care (Medicare For All, Bernie Sanders’ platform in 2020) and a one-time 14.25% wealth tax on the net worth of all Americans who possess more than $10 million. In interviews, Trump says he supports gun ownership but doesn’t completely support the National Rifle Association (NRA).

After numerous TV interviews, a handful of campaign events, and qualifying for two Reform Party primaries, Trump and Stone withdraw from the election in February 2000. Trump wins both primaries despite not being in the race, but he never polls higher than seven percent when compared to candidates across the two major parties.

In 2004, Trump tells Playboy Magazine that he ended his campaign so early because he didn’t like the party.

I decided I didn’t want to run primarily because I would have had to do it on the Reform Party ticket, and I thought the Reform Party was a total disaster. You would go to a meeting, there would be fistfights, and it was ridiculous. So that wasn’t for me.

Donald Trump

External Sources

Time (Archived)

Playboy, Archived

YouTube – Oprah running mate

YouTube – NRA

Wikipedia, Archived

Hiding in Plain Sight by Sarah Kendzior, page 102

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Dates on Trump File reflect when something happens, not when it’s first reported.

Donald Trump announces that he’s created a presidential exploratory committee and would like Oprah Winfrey to be his running mate. Soon after, he begins a campaign managed by Roger Stone. Trump runs as a member of the Reform Party.

He releases a book of his policy proposals, including single-payer health care (Medicare For All, Bernie Sanders’ platform in 2020) and a one-time 14.25% wealth tax on the net worth of all Americans who possess more than $10 million. In interviews, Trump says he supports gun ownership but doesn’t completely support the National Rifle Association (NRA).

After numerous TV interviews, a handful of campaign events, and qualifying for two Reform Party primaries, Trump and Stone withdraw from the election in February 2000. Trump wins both primaries despite not being in the race, but he never polls higher than seven percent when compared to candidates across the two major parties.

In 2004, Trump tells Playboy Magazine that he ended his campaign so early because he didn’t like the party.

I decided I didn’t want to run primarily because I would have had to do it on the Reform Party ticket, and I thought the Reform Party was a total disaster. You would go to a meeting, there would be fistfights, and it was ridiculous. So that wasn’t for me.

Donald Trump

External Sources

Time (Archived)

Playboy, Archived

YouTube – Oprah running mate

YouTube – NRA

Wikipedia, Archived

Hiding in Plain Sight by Sarah Kendzior, page 102

NOTE FROM TF

Some files are incomplete as the site is still young and Trump world moves fast. Please use the source links to read further if a topic interests you or if you doubt its authenticity. I plan to go back and build on every file in the future.

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