Donald Trump was the most popular Republican presidential candidate in the United States from 1952 to 1976.
But as he rose to the presidency, he was criticized for his lack of transparency and political acumen.
In fact, he came out as gay in a 1972 interview and was later sued for libel.
The following year, the FBI investigated him for sexual harassment and for allegedly engaging in an illegal sexual relationship with a married woman.
Trump was forced to resign from office in 1974.
He later became the owner of the Miss Universe pageant, which he was involved in during the 1960s.
His most famous work is his 1988 book, The Art of the Deal, which described his rise to power as “the greatest financial gift I have ever received from my father.”
A decade later, Trump wrote the autobiography, The America We Deserve.