The Donald Trump guide to the rest of world

Updated 8:36 AM ET, Fri May 20, 2016
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Donald Trump is truly a man of the world, even if the world doesn't always see it that way. Click through the gallery to see what we mean. CNN
Trump's development of an Aberdeen golf resort triggered a vicious (and still ongoing) feud with neighbors, who gave their side in the 2011 film "You've Been Trumped." Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images
"When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best," Trump famously said. "They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people." This fiery Mexico City tribute shows how this statement went down in the country. YURI CORTEZ/AFP/Getty Images)
Kallstadt is Trump's German ancestral home. However, when Deutsche Welle contacted Trump's distant relations they elicited little more on the record than, "Hopefully this hype will ease up soon." Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images
Clearly not content with being known just as the birthplace of Ivana, the first Mrs. Trump, the Czech town of Zlin in 2014 staged the country's largest ever pillow fight. RADEK MICA/AFP/Getty Images
Melania, the third Mrs. Trump, is from Sevnica. Some locals are hopeful a Trump win might lead to publicity and additional donations from Melania. (She gave to the local health clinic after the 2006 birth of their son, Barron.)
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2015 saw the announcement of Trump's first and second properties in Asia, with a resort situated in "the most magnificent location in Bali" and another in Lido Lakes that shall be "the pride of Indonesia." SONNY TUMBELAKA/AFP/Getty Images
This popular Swedish site allows people to give Donald a blast of trump(et). It's been blown 110,000,000 times and counting. Courtesy
In 2014, Trump invested $20 million in a property in County Clare -- the downside is that it's collapsing into the sea. His proposal to build what Friends of the Irish Environment termed a "monster sea wall" met with local outrage. David Cannon/Getty Images
Trump-branded clothes that don't read "Made in Mexico" often say "Made in China." Trump explained this in 2011 by declaring, "China so manipulates their currency it makes it almost impossible for American companies to compete." Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images