Donald Trump's First Presidential TV Ad Is Out... And It's Outrageous!

He isn't the most popular man in Dubai!

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Trump Running On Anti Muslim Campaign

Donald Trump knows no end to his campaign against all muslims, calling for an outright ban on any muslim entering the United States. It seems to be racism of the highest order and is not an example to be setting by such a public figure. The TV ad, to be aired in the US but likely to receive global attending, states the following:

"The politicans can pretend it's something else. But Donald Trump calls it radical Islamic terrorism. That's why he's calling for a temporary shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until we can figure out what's going on. He'll quickly cut the head off ISIS and take their oil..."

Expect to see a lot more of the same throughout this years presidential campaign, as Trump has promised to spend $2m a week on advertising! 

Trump Image Removed But Name Remains


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Will Trump Be Welcome Back In Dubai?

There are still property development projects carrying his name here in Dubai, with one of them recently having the Trump sign recently removed, only to be put back up again later. The development is being managed by Damac Properties and it's unlikely that Trumps presence in Dubai is required to see their completion. However, he has visited here frequently, the last time being in 2014 where he is seen below hitting the first drive at the golf course carrying his name.

There is no doubt that there is growing discontent In Dubai for The Donald, we wonder how long it will be before his name is removed permanently!?

Trumps Daughter Ivanka In Dubai During The Launch In 2014

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Richard Fitzgerald

Rich is a media fiend who hasn't been seen without an iPhone in hand since 2007. With a passion for all things health and fitness, what he lacks in hair he more than makes up for in creativity. As the founder of Lovin Dubai, he's our fearless leader.

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