The Trump riddle: Did the president's grandfather - or another...
The Arctic Restaurant and Hotel in Whitehorse was co-owned by Donald Trump's grandfather, a German immigrant who began the family fortune with ventures in the Klondike gold rush. It was the summer of 1897, and word was beginning to filter south that there was gold up in the Klondike.
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#1 May 11, 2017
Fake News starts with fake history. In regards to Frederick Trump we can see in the list of Dawson City residents that there was a Fred Trumpf living in Dawson CiIy in 1896, well before Donald's grandfather arrived. Did the original, Fred, stake the mining claim? It seems the whole history is a merely supposition of one historian without peer review. The facts in the case of Frederick Trump are no longer relevant as everyone just uses one person's wrong conclusions as some objective truth.
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#2 Sep 2, 2018
Patrick Little for president 2020
A real American
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