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Ahead of bringing Trump: The Musical to Alphabetti Theatre in Newcastle from Tuesday 26th February until Friday 1st March, Blowfish Theatre introduced us to star of the show Donald to get to know him a little better.

So, tell us a bit about yourself and what you do?
45th President of the United States. Self-made billionaire. Good with the ladies. A lot of people say that.

What’s the first record you ever bought?
Born in the USA. A great patriotic song about believing in America. Which I do. Not like Elizabeth Warren.

What’s your guilty pleasure musically?
I’ve actually really like Russian music. Not a lot of people know that.

Favourite film of all time?
I think I would play myself in the film of my life, which would probably be the best film of all time and a lot of people’s favourite. I think a lot of people are going to watch that film.

Your guilty pleasure film?
Pee pee tape.

If you could recommend one TV series to binge watch, what would it be?
The Apprentice. Don’t waste your time with the West Wing. It’s fake news. Politics is nothing like it. Believe me.

Your favourite book?
Have you read The Art of the Deal?

Who or what makes you laugh the most?
My wife Melania is so funny. “Oh Donald,” she’s always saying, “I hate you. I wish I never married you!” Such a joker.

Who or what makes you sad?
The LYING FAKE NEWS!!! Democrats. Mexicans.

If you had super power, what would it be?
I am a super power. Next question.

And finally, you get to play a board game with any three famous people from history, who do you choose and what’s the board game?
I always like Monopoly as a kid. Probably Barack Obama. He is so history, right?! Richard Nixon, America’s best President, after me of course. And God. Recently a lot of people have been saying I’ve been doing His work, so I’d like to get some cash out of that guy.

Trump: The Musical is at Alphabetti Theatre, Newcastle from Tuesday 26th February until Friday 1st March.

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