Donald as a child was so energetic, assertive and smart kid. At the age of 13 he was sent by his parents to New York Military Academy to spend his high school education. And during those years, Donald performed well both in academe and social relations. In 1964 he graduated and pursued his college education in Fordham University. Unluckily, he transferred to Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania where he learned accounting and finance, and graduated with a degree in economics. While working with his father during summers, he also learned the principle of money making, mortgages and construction works. He then joined his father’s company and became the president in 1975. He changed the company’s name to Trump Organization. He built a billion-dollar empire with his name branded on it. These were the Trump Tower, Trump Plaza, Trump Plaza Hotel, and Casino, Trump’s Castle, Trump Parc and Trump Place. Thus, his name Trump was synonymous with wealth, luxury and prestige. He loved to utilize attractive architectural designs that would earn high profit and win public recognition. He was well known as the entrepreneur who found, bought and turned around losing properties.
Aside from his great achievements during his early career life, he also experienced downfall when the real state market goes down. In the late 1980’s Donald Trump was challenged with bankruptcy when he failed to pay massive loans from creditors, an estimate of over $2 billion;