15 Things  Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan Have in Common
A young Donald Trump meets President Ronald Reagan.
Few people thought former Hollywood star Ronald Reagan could ever become president — until he was elected twice. It was the same for businessman Donald Trump, who few thought would be a serious presidential candidate — until he shot to the top of most polls amid a crowded GOP field. [Full Story]
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15 Things Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan Have in Common
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