Donald Trump aspires to be president of the United States, but he's already left his mark on this country's pop culture in so many ways, including with his reality shows "The Apprentice" and "Celebrity Apprentice," which Arnold Schwarzenegger will host while Trump campaigns. Let's catch up with some of the participants.
Omarosa Manigault was quite the villain on the first season of "The Apprentice" and has gone on to appear on "Celebrity Apprentice" and the show's "All Stars" edition. In 2015 she had a bit role in "Touched the Film."
Stefanie Schaeffer won season 6 of "The Apprentice" and has gone on to become a motivational speaker. The trial attorney has also served as a spokesperson for the Autism Society of America and the host of "Know Your Rights TV."
The winner of season 4 of "The Apprentice," Randal Pinkett, became chairman and CEO of the management firm BCT Partners and a prominent public speaker. He has also written three books and been extremely active in New Jersey community service.
Kendra Todd won season 3 of "The Apprentice" and is now a real estate agent and managing broker of The Kendra Todd Group.
Actor Gary Busey made quite the impression during season 4 of "Celebrity Apprentice" and on the all-star edition of the series. He continues to work in television and film. most recently in the drama "Candiland."
Bret Michaels won season 3 of "Celebrity Apprentice" and continues to rock out in the music industry, releasing the album "True Grit" in May 2015.
Winning season 5 of "Celebrity Apprentice" in 2012 helped revive Arsenio Hall's career. He briefly brought back his late-night talk show "The Arsenio Hall Show" in syndication, but it was canceled in 2014.
Trace Adkins won the all-star edition of "Celebrity Apprentice" in 2013, five years after being runner-up to Piers Morgan on the original show. The country star has continued to make music and in 2013 released his first Christmas album.
After winning season 5 of "The Apprentice," Sean Yazbeck co-founded the WAVSYS Company and in 2014 the ex-pat was awarded the Entrepreneur of The Year Award from his home country of Britian.
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich appeared on season 9 of "Celebrity Apprentice." In 2012 he began serving a 14-year term for conviction on numerous counts of fraud and corruption during his political career.
TV personality Leeza Gibbons emerged triumphant in season 7 of "Celebrity Apprentice" in 2015. She is also a well-known health and wellness advocate.