How tall is Donald Trump

Donald Trump's Height

6ft ½ in (184.2 cm)

Peak height was 6ft 2 (188 cm)
American Real Estate Tycoon, TV personality from The Apprentice and the 45th President of the United States of America. He is quoted as saying in The New York Times, "Hey, I'm 6 foot 3".

In his 2016 medical files, his Doctor claimed he was "6'3" tall and weighed in at 236 pounds (239 pounds in 2018), although when photographed with a 6ft 2 measured Athlete in 2012, that claim seems unbelievable. Trump's own Driving License listed him at 6ft 2 and was also recorded at that height at age 18.

On twitter in 2013 when somebody said he was a "Small man. Large ego", Trump replied "No, large man 6'3". Large ego!"

How tall is Donald Trump
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Average Guess (828 Votes)
Peak: 6ft 2.01in (188cm)
Current: 6ft 0.64in (184.5cm)
slim 6'1 said on 15/Jan/21
Google now has him listed as 190cm
Arch Stanton said on 15/Jan/21
Trump might only be 6'0.5 but today he stands at 6005 ft tall!! I was right on what was coming... What a badass!!... Rob should give him his claimed 6'3 just for today!..
Editor Rob
Trump may well take inspiration from Kim Jong and create a lifesized statue in his own honour.
ChaosControl 6'2.5 said on 14/Jan/21
Does Trump lose more height than average in a day? Dude’s gotta be pushing 270 pounds if not more
Editor Rob
Trump at the moment is losing a lot each day...height is the least of his worries!

As we get into older age the variation in morning-evening can reduce a bit as the discs naturally thin.
slim 6'1 said on 14/Jan/21
Take the quarter inch 👍
vastlybetter566 said on 13/Jan/21
Trump is a big 6ft3. And we all know it. Especially those that claim lower. There was massive fraud in the voting, I tell you. Big massive dumps were found and they are not looking into it. Many voted illegally. Editor Rob has to step in and do the right thing.
Editor Rob
True.

all votes have been watermarked with Quantum entangling encryption and as I speak, are being passed to Rudy Guiliani

believe me, those who lowballed Trump are in for a big big shock!
Dom5'11.5 said on 13/Jan/21
Rob, have you received a call from trump asking to downgrade biden's height to 5'8??
Editor Rob
no phone call...

but Trump wanted me done for alleged Height Crimes & Liftdemeanors
Vincent Caleb said on 13/Jan/21
IMO if trump clears 6’0” today it is by a small fraction rather than a large one. Back in 2016 I think he was an easy 6’0.5” guy, but perhaps he has been losing some more. 183 is likely in my opinion. It has been looking a lot more like only 3 inches between Trump and Pence. Also, does anybody know how tall Tulsi Gabbard is? Haven’t seen too much but I was thinking 5’6”, or a little under.
Tunman said on 13/Jan/21
@ChaosControl 6'2.5
What's sure is that both are denying reality.In fact I've read some comments of G which I think lasted until late April 2009 so 3-4 weeks after the Big Grapple and it seems like the meeting with Rob totally disappeared from his mind.Had it been someone else who measured him in an unprofessional way I could have understood but after having been measured by Rob himself,few (if any)can speak of an unfair method
@Vincent
Yeah,it will soon die by itself,but it's normal to also have discussions about some important events that occur.I can tell that every single customer coming to my shop is speaking of Covid these days.As I told Sandy my country will only provide half measures,and it did (with only a 4 yes a 4 day lockdown which won't prevent further contamination)
Editor Rob
I am sure Glenn might have concocted up some conspiracy, but then there are probably some folk who still hope I'm 5ft 7 too and all barefoot measurements are conspiracies 😆

If Trump got measured under my stadiometer and heard me call out the words "Six Foot" followed by "and a 1/4 inch", he'd not only turn from Orange to Red in one millisecond, he'd also probably toss me and the stadiometer out the window! 🤬
Vincent Caleb said on 12/Jan/21
@Editor Rob:
Are we getting a little off topic here? I am afraid I have been contributing to a lot of the political discussion. I will try to refrain from posting as these types of comments. I’m sure the political comments will die down in a month or so.
Editor Rob
yeah, best veering back to Trump and today I still think he can clear 6ft if measured, but in next couple of years might struggle with 6ft mark.
ChaosControl 6'2.5 said on 12/Jan/21
@Tunman G and Trump is what we wrestling fans like to call a heel tag team
Tunman said on 11/Jan/21
@Vincent
If he ever visits he'll be upset by the height Rob lists him at.He'll try to turn Celebheights as fake heights site.I bet he would support someone like G by bringing back that old article where Rob said G was 5'8 as a true one and the Big Grapple would be turned into a conspiracy to undermine someone who stood courageously against downgraders,some sort of martyr of the truth...He'll create a ring of Trolls around himself boosting his height day and night and upgrading/downgrading all the celebs he likes/hates and jumping on every occasion to ridicule any estimate which didn't please him.
It will be a hard time for the site,but the day they'll attempt a massive attack on the most sacred symbol of height guessers (Rob Paul himself) in the hope of taking over the height institution,the outcry will be too important,action will be taken swiftly,don't think that the height police will watch them intimidating peaceful guessers,all of them wil end up banned at the minimum,many will be sentenced to one or several years without shoes over 0.75"
ChaosControl 6'2.5 said on 11/Jan/21
@Vincent imagine if he accused the average guess of voter fraud
Canson said on 11/Jan/21
@Vincent: I totally see that
vastlybetter566 said on 10/Jan/21
The interesting thing about Barron will be: Will he add an inch to his height like hos father and his two brothers did. Suppose he ends up 6'7, will he claim 6'8?
vastlybetter566 said on 10/Jan/21
Id Trump started posting here, I' bet he'd call himself "John Barron".
Vincent Caleb said on 10/Jan/21
@Editor Rob:
I wouldn’t be surprised if he started posting here considering he is banned from all other social media, although it would only be a matter of time until he said something to get him banned from here.
184guy2 said on 9/Jan/21
@Rob
Considering yourself as an influencer with a global reach and owner of one kind of social network ( such as Celeb Heights ) what do you think about the censorship ocurring nowdays in multiple plataforms like YT,TWITTER,FACEBOOK ? Even tho they are private ''spaces'' they are against the free speech idea
Editor Rob
As a relatively miniscule (compared to big tech) space, I have to moderate and follow rules and have acceptable usage policies.

of course at times I do Ban people who break rules like spamming, repetitive trolling, insulting behaviour, ballot stuffing, self-promotion and a few other reasons.

All platforms will have rules to follow, but maybe in Twitter/Facebook case, the rules aren't always applied equally.

They are not centric and the issue with Facebook/Twitter/Google is that in essence they are a monopoly, but have become the public square.

"build your own platform"

Even when you do, like say Gab/parler, big tech are trying to get rid of those too, or at least make it harder for people to use them.
184guy2 said on 9/Jan/21
@Zillian
Learn no write down correct of the brazilian president
BOLSONARO :)
ChaosControl 6'2.5 said on 9/Jan/21
@Rob I hate being political, but I have a feeling we haven’t seen the last of Trump
Editor Rob
You never know, he might start posting on CelebHeights 😳

Lookout for anybody with a username like "Big Don 6'3" 😎

Dead giveaway!
Canson said on 8/Jan/21
@JTM: not even. By maybe March. You may have February with bad taste in peoples mouths. But he’ll be talked about again later when he faces his
Editor Rob
with Trump purged from all social media, it will be interesting to see what he does in the future.
Tunman said on 8/Jan/21
Seriously did someone expect that to happen?Shocking.But the problem is Trump himself is no longer able to control his fans violent behaviour,it's not like some neo nazis just showed up and protest but now a crowd entering the capitol!It would be interesting to know who exactly such people were as not all of them are neo nazis.The fact that he has used words which in their minds were the signal that they should do what they have to do to "save their country" was probably the most terrible of his mistakes.Too late did his condemning come,the fact that he hasn't disavowed them at the very moment they were attempting to enter will sound like an open support for an insurrection in the eyes of his enemies.That and maybe the Georgia callings have probably put an end to his political career.Contesting Biden's victory and refusing defeat was nothing in comparison!2024 won't bring him back.Any opponent will be sure to win against him after that,I even doubt the Republicans will ever support him again.The fact that so many people call to impeach him now just two weeks before the end of his tenure is quite telling!For some every second he'll be in office will be a torture,what's more they can now say he's unstable!I was joking with my father about how he could declare war to Iran in that short lapse of time to create special conditions to stay for longer and although it's obviously very unlikely my father answered that nothing will be certain until January 20th,lol
Vincent Caleb said on 8/Jan/21
@Canson:
I could see 3/4 or 1 inch between Biden and Trump and the debates, but I have a slight suspicion Biden’s measurement was only 1 hour out of bed, and that he is more 5’11.25” currently. If he was 6’0.25” at peak like I think, then an inch loss may be what has happened. Very healthy height loss for nearly 80.
Zillian said on 7/Jan/21
He was seen side by side with Bozonaro, president of Brazil.
Bozo is listed at 1.88m, which is 6'2''.
To me looked 1.87m beside Bozo.
vastlybetter566 said on 7/Jan/21
Trump was a terrible president. A real dwarf in American history. WEAK perfomance.

Heightwise he is head and shoulders above Lindsey and Cocaine Mitch. I think these two should have a page.
Jtm said on 7/Jan/21
He will be getting much less comments by June lol
Tall In The Saddle said on 5/Jan/21
@Canson

LOL. Yes, Orange Banana, Orange being the new black.

Bending evermore and barely scraping 6 feet but perhaps a touch of height in reserve in view of some poor posture with potential for correction.
Canson said on 4/Jan/21
@Slim and Vincent: he could at times but then when he debated against Biden it looked noticeable at times. Maybe Biden is an afternoon 5’11 3/8 or 1/2 but Trump could look perhaps 6’0.25”. I doubt higher though at almost 75. I agree with Chaos Control. Now with Obama the same can be said. Funny part is that Chris Cuomo didn’t say he was shorter than him. Just that he wasn’t 1” taller. Then the pic with Justin Trudeau but especially Mark Sanchez who likely is a weak 6’2 being he measured 1/8 over at the combine early morning. There looked around 1.5” between them. Frankly 6’0.25 could’ve been when he took office. He also didn’t look taller than Ray Lewis who measured 6’ 3/8”
Progking184 said on 4/Jan/21
I think he's 6'0.25 nowadays(6'1.25-6'1.5 in shoes), in lifts though I guess he could appear a bit closer to 6'1.
slim 6'1 said on 3/Jan/21
Thanks Vincent, I’m confident he’s on 183cm territory these days 👍
ChaosControl 6'2.5 said on 3/Jan/21
@Vincent I’ve got him at 6’0.26 today, by 2025 he’ll be 6’0 max
Canson said on 2/Jan/21
@Tall in the Saddle: he’s an orange banana lol. The Putinaire
Canson said on 2/Jan/21
@Slim: decent estimate. Maybe 184 today but not over
Vincent Caleb said on 2/Jan/21
Maybe Slim is right. It looks as thought he is barely scraping 183 today.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 1/Jan/21
@ Nik - I rather like T G Banana. The initials stand for TRUMPing Great BANANA! That's how my furry boys can be when they've overeaten, which happens from time to time. That's when I show them the door.....

😕😷🗣️ "$od off!" 🐈💨🐈💨
Scoobydoo said on 1/Jan/21
Of course, trump is 185 cm maybe 186 in the morning but not more nowadays

188 young im sure..

And Yeah barron is very close 2m , like a tower!!!
vastlybetter566 said on 1/Jan/21
Hi Rob, do you think that the 5'11 claim for senator Kelly Loefler on Wikipedia is justfied?

I found this picture of her mogging Trump, but of course that might be the result of shoes.

Click Here

Anyway, she is really tall, taller than most men, looks young at 50, has a net worth of 800 million and has played basketball in HS. Talk about some being getting really lucky. No wonder she is a Republican.
Editor Rob
yeah she could be that range
Slim 6'1" said on 1/Jan/21
Barron will easily be two meters tall
Tall In The Saddle said on 1/Jan/21
@ChaosControl

Ivanka Banana. Right on! I've never Vanka'd a banana before. Sounds cheeky and possibly illicit.

What about her namesake mum? Ivana. Ivana Banana. I'm sure she does. One Banana, Two Banana, Three Banana, Four...Tra La La..Tra La La La...

Forget Bananas. Ivana million dollars myself.

Then there's the juxtaposition: Melania Banana, who may or may not proclaim at some point, Ivana Divorce, just to further addle the already addled mind. A possible Banana Split, so to speak.

Just my opinion, 6'2" peak and 6'1/2" current pretty much bang on for the Big Banana. Apologies for the off topic comment re height.

Just some New Year Madness (the new normal) to get the ball rolling!

Happy New Year to All!!
Slim 6'1" said on 31/Dec/20
188 peak
183 current
ChaosControl 6'2.5 said on 31/Dec/20
@Nik Barron’s page can wait till he’s fully grown, I estimate he’ll be 6’8-6’9 as an adult
Nik Ashton said on 31/Dec/20
@ Sandy Cowell - It is better than been called the Trump brothers! What about Banana Trump?

Donald is about 10.2 bananas tall! 🍌

His son Barron needs a page and so does his daughter Tiffany!
Vincent Caleb said on 30/Dec/20
@Jordan87:
He looks minimum 195cm there.
ChaosControl 6'2.5 said on 30/Dec/20
@Tall In The Saddle I think Ivanka Banana is the best one so far!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 30/Dec/20
@ ChaosControl 6'2.5" - 'If only for the association!" Ha ha - precisely! I'm frequently asked if I'm related to Simon Cowell, but that's not embarrassing. My reply is, "Not that I'm aware...." or something similar, to which the typical reply is, "...but I bet you'd like his money!"

Now that's a tough one. 🤔

@ Nik - Two of my cats, the Banana brothers, are in total agreement with you! 🐈🐈👌

@ Tall In The Saddle - A-peeling indeed! I LIKE IT! 🍌🍌🍌👌

Every time I type 'Banana' into my phone, it's followed by the suggestion of the word 'Republic'. I feel we got off lightly last November: the mere thought of two of my brothers living in a Trump Republic is a very smelly one indeed! 😷 Mind you, nobody would notice if you gruffed in the Post Office queue, or anywhere else for that matter.

👉😐💨🤷‍♀️🤷‍♂️
Tall In The Saddle said on 30/Dec/20
@vastlybetter566

Totally agree with your post.

I'd also like to echo Vincent's well placed sentiment in so far as having absolute respect for everyone's voting choice, notwithstanding one's personal view of the elected official and/or party. One person, one vote, equal weight, majority choice, the essence of a true democracy.

I'll add, just IMO, when properly considered, the bulk of credit afforded Trump is as per his OWN narratives, no one else's. Neither bombast or having the advantage of being predisposed to conning reasonably trusting people equates to intelligence. He was never that articulate or well chosen with his words in the first place anyway. If he doesn't manage to contradict himself in the first instance, simple fact checking almost always brings his each and every claim undone.

He wasn't self made. Born into money and privilege. Allegedly borrowed far more money from his father than he admits. Then there was the later inheritance and claims other family members were diddled out of same. Reportedly there is a solid record of consecutive failed business ventures and other dubious set ups. By the time of The Apprentice, it is claimed that he was in financial dire straits. The irony is that the false portrayal of him being a savvy businessman on reality TV actually saw much needed income come his way from the show itself. It also served to propagate the myth that he knew what he was doing.

On the world stage, in the seat of absolute power, required to rationalize himself with more than just self aggrandizing bombast devoid of facts, he has been globally and absolutely exposed after somehow having risen well above the level of his incompetence.
Jordan87 said on 29/Dec/20
Click Here

Trump makes it to Barron's Eyelevel. This kid is between 6'4 and 6'5, possibly taller.

And Vastlybetter566, what you said about Trump is true in My Opinion, but you should shut your mouth about it. This is a Site about height, not politics. Try to let that set in for second, I know its harder for you than others here it would seem.
Rising174cm said on 29/Dec/20
Trump's height is genuinely confusing, especially post-2000. Here's a 65 year old Trump with 182 cm Christian Bale in 2011: Click Here Compare that to how Trump looked just a year later with 6'2" Mark Sanchez. Now look at a 58 year old Trump back in 2004 with 6'2" (more 6'1.5", imo) Alex Rodriguez: Click Here

Also, I make it a habit to avoid politics here, but regarding Trump the businessman, I'll say that his shadier practices towards contractors are unfortunately the norm with the other big NY builders. I've never looked seriously into his record as a businessman, but I don't just take the word of the anti-Trump people any more than I'd blindly trust the pro-Trump people. The NY Times, for instance, has an appalling history whether it's Stalin and the Holodomor, Fidel Castro or WMDs in Iraq.
ChaosControl 6'2.5 said on 29/Dec/20
@vastlybetter566 well of course any guess under 6’3.5 must be liberal fake news voter fraud
Tall In The Saddle said on 29/Dec/20
I also find the surname Banana far more a-peeling than Trump. Just go through the names yourself, each and everyone has a nice "ring" to it, e.g. Eric Banana, similar to the Aussie actor, right? Okay, I'll show myself out...LOL...but before I do...
The surnames Trump and Banana aren't as far removed as it first seems, especially if you throw in the word Republic.
Tall In The Saddle said on 29/Dec/20
@vastlybetter566

Totally agree with your post.

I'd also like to echo Vincent's well placed sentiment in so far as having absolute respect for everyone's voting choice, notwithstanding one's personal view of the elected official and/or party. One person, one vote, equal weight, majority choice, the essence of a true democracy.

I'll add, just IMO, when properly considered, the bulk of credit afforded Trump is as per his OWN narratives, no one else's. Neither bombast or having the advantage of being predisposed to conning reasonably trusting people equates to intelligence. He was never that articulate or well chosen with his words in the first place anyway. If he doesn't manage to contradict himself in the first instance, simple fact checking almost always brings his each and every claim undone.

He wasn't self made. Born into money and privilege. Allegedly borrowed far more money from his father than he admits. Then there was the later inheritance and claims other family members were diddled out of same. Reportedly there is a solid record of consecutive failed business ventures and other dubious set ups. By the time of The Apprentice, it is claimed that he was in financial dire straits. The irony is that the false portrayal of him being a savvy businessman on reality TV actually saw much needed income come his way from the show itself. It also served to propagate the myth that he knew what he was doing.

On the world stage, in the seat of absolute power, required to rationalize himself with more than just self aggrandizing bombast devoid of facts, he has been globally and absolutely exposed after somehow having risen well above the level of his incompetence.
vastlybetter566 said on 28/Dec/20
822 votes on Trump's height so far. I hear many of them were illegally cast. We should take a closer look at the legal votes, Trump easily reaches 6ft3, if we only count them.
ChaosControl 6'2.5 said on 28/Dec/20
@Nik if only for the association s with Donald
Nik Ashton said on 27/Dec/20
@ Sandy Cowell - I’d rather be called Banana than Trump!

6’0.5”.
vastlybetter566 said on 27/Dec/20
Arch Stanton, you are mistaken. Trump was known to be terrible buisnessman, even (or especially) inside his own family. He got very lucky, because his father was really wealthy and his brother was an alcoholic, who died young.

Trump is really good at playing a businessman, though, like Al Pacino is good at playing gangsters.

He is a scam artist and millions of Americans have fallen for it. I fell for it as well, many years ago. Don't want to make it seem as if I necessarily have a better judgment.

And Vincent Caleb, I don't think a con artist has to be of high intelligence. You underestimate how easily even smart people can be fooled. The most effective con artists are those that have fallen for their own scam.

Trump is pretty effective at lying to others, but I think he is most effective at lying to himself. I don't even think that he is aware of his lying.
vastlybetter566 said on 27/Dec/20
Arch Stanton, you are mistaken. Trump was known to be terrible buisnessman, even (or especially) inside his own family. He got very lucky, because his father was really wealthy and his brother was an alcoholic, who died young.

Trump is really good at playing a businessman, though, like Al Pacino is good at playing gangsters.

He is a scam artist and millions of Americans have fallen for it. I fell for it as well, many years ago. Don't want to make it seem as if I necessarily have a better judgment.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 27/Dec/20
There was a very funny question on the Christmas Chase last night. The contestant was asked which of three celebrities passed a law making it an offence to make fun of somebody's surname. The options were:

1) Laura Chinchilla,
2) Canaan Banana or
3) Donald Trump.

The answer was Canaan Banana. I think if it had been Donald Trump, I'd have been familiar with it, which I wasn't!
😂😂🤣💨🤧

Peak - 6ft2
Now - 6ft0.5
Slim 6'1" said on 24/Dec/20
Dipping into 183cm territory today
Canson said on 23/Dec/20
@Arch and Viper: do you think it’s his Senility kicking in? Unfortunately, Biden can sound flat at times and is not always articulate but he speaks with a bit more humility and dignity while it’s from his heart. I do agree with Tall in the Saddle where he doesn’t necessarily sound intelligent today while maybe he just is not very articulate today like you two said. I actually think he did sound smarter years back like with Oprah in their interview.
Vincent Caleb said on 23/Dec/20
@viper:
I didn’t vote for anyone in 2016 because I really don’t like Hillary, but he is not helping those who put him in office by trying to get his rich buddies big tax breaks IMO. I like the America First ideology that he says he has, but he needs to actually put America first and not his wealthy friends. His Economy was excellent short term, but it didn’t work for long. I think he did pretty well in 2016-18, but he needs to focus more on the people. I think Bill Clinton and Reagan also would have handled our current issues better than Trump did this past year or so. I respect your vote though no matter who you voted for, and maybe scamming was not the right word. I like Bill Clinton a lot more than Trump, I’ll just say that. Reagan is my favorite of the past 100 or so years.
viper said on 22/Dec/20
Agree with Arch

He certainly spoke better back in the day. Some think he dumbs down his vocabulary to the "masses" now. I don't know

And yet back in the 80s he was saying similar things about how we are getting ripped off from other countries.
Arch Stanton said on 21/Dec/20
Tall In The Saddle said on 18/Dec/20
"Trump is not at all smart. He often displays shocking ignorance, a distinct lack of education and logical thinking in many areas."

Yes, he comes across that way, he's not an intellectual of course and very knowledgeable generally, very ignorant about science and anything outside his sphere. But watch him in the 80s and that was a guy with a calculating brain who knew exactly what he wanted. To me he came across as a smart businessman back then, obviously most agreed as they thought him worthy of being the president.
viper said on 21/Dec/20
Vincent, I like his America first policies.

I guess he scammed me, lol
Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 20/Dec/20
@Vincent
My growth pattern was similar to your brother's, except that I stopped at more 19 than 18. I was probably around 6'1"-6'2" at 14.
Vincent Caleb said on 19/Dec/20
@recapa:
My memory is not too good, but I think he still grew a good amount until he was 18. I’m pretty sure he was 6’5” at 14, and got another 4 inches since then. Now that I think about it, I stopped growing earlier than I thought. I remember getting 6’1” right when I turned 14 then 6’4” right before I turned 15. I didn’t grow a full inch after 15. Was your growth early as well?
Canson said on 19/Dec/20
@J2Frenzy: agree 100%
Amadeus said on 19/Dec/20
Rob what do you think about Mohammed Bin Salman? Looking at his pictures next to Trump I estimate him to be around 6 to 6 1 range.
Editor Rob
yeah, Salman can look very similar range to Trump, so maybe over 6ft
ChaosControl 6'2.5 said on 19/Dec/20
@Tall In The Saddle the reason Trump is successful is because of one thing: MONEY. There’s a damn good reason they say greed is a sin and men like Trump are that reason. Trump is a lying spineless coward but he’s rich, and that’s all that matters in today’s broken society
Vincent Caleb said on 18/Dec/20
@Tall in the Saddle:
I have struggled with the idea of Trump’s intelligence for a while. When I listen to old interviews of him I hear an articulate well spoken man who knows how to get what’s he wants. When he suggests to inject disinfectant to cure coronavirus, he sounds utterly idiotic. I think he is an extremely smart con man, which does take a high IQ. He conned Americans into voting for him and his scams. His strategies in 2015-16 were pretty smart, despite his disregard for the well-being of the American people. He is only out for himself, yet he convinced 70-something million people to vote for him. I’ll give him credit there.
As for his height, I’d say 6’2” at his peak is possible, but definitely no higher. Sorry for the long political comment, I tried to add something about height at the end.
recapa said on 18/Dec/20
@Vincent,when did you and your brother stopped growing approximatly
Tall In The Saddle said on 18/Dec/20
Barron's ultimate height is anyone's guess. Too many variables involved for any hard conviction. We'll know soon enough if his growth rate continues or if it plateaus. Height wise, Barron is still heading north while his old man is heading south. In fact, the old man is heading south in ALL respects.

Trump is not at all smart. He often displays shocking ignorance, a distinct lack of education and logical thinking in many areas. His "successes" correlate far more with absolute ruthlessness than with any degree of notable intellect.
Vincent Caleb said on 16/Dec/20
Actually, Barron may not grow too much more. Now that I think about it, I stopped growing earlier than I thought. He could be an early grower. I think 6’6”-6’8” peak height could happen, but so could 6’5”-6’7”. 6’9” is a bit much. Still think he looked 195 next Eric Trump. I can’t see him under 6’4.5” since he looked at least an inch over Eric. I think Eric may be only 6’3.5”.
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 15/Dec/20
The dad looks like a nasty piece of work...maybe 6ft-6ft1 range peak. Still tall enough to produce sons between 6ft2 and 6ft4...and it obviously goes up from there


Jared and Ivankas kids have equal growth potential as do Eric and Lara Trumps kids. Not unrealistic that the next generation of Trump men could be 6ft7+!
Arch Stanton said on 15/Dec/20
You can be forgiven for drifting a bit into politics here, it's not a normal situation right now! Maybe Trump has a point on Section 230 allowing big websites to get away with too much. The censorship I've been seeing is getting worse, and always benefiting the left at the expense of the right, that's got to be curbed somehow. It needs revision rather than revoking I think, as if the big sites are liable to be sued for everything it's going to completely ruin what people can do and end up being even worse in terms of censorship.

A few of us here seem to agree on around 270, 19 stone is 266 pounds which seems in the ballpark, 260-270 pounds more likely than 244 and 284 anyway. BTW I don't think Trump's dad was ever his height, in his graduation photo see here Click Here Maybe in his 20s he was closer to 6'1. His dad and Thor's Dad both look as if they could be a leader of Germany haha!
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 15/Dec/20
Arch, I don’t think Trump is stupid at all...he plays to his strengths...winning the presidency wasn’t a shocker...but actually doing the job and hanging on to it for another four years is another matter
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 15/Dec/20
Near 270lbs looks probable, 300 is an exaggeration...believe me I’ve seen guys Trumps height who weigh that and they have serious trouble walking properly and are out of gas very quickly....Trump isn’t quite there but if he continues this garbage lifestyle he will be
viper said on 10/Dec/20
Vincent I can buy as high as 270.

But 260 could also be right
Vincent Caleb said on 10/Dec/20
viper said on 5/Dec/20
Arch, big tech in America has been a dumpster fire in censoring republicans


Agreed
vastlybetter566 said on 10/Dec/20
Given how little interest Trump has in telling the truth, I'm surprised his height claim actually isn't that far off from his peak height. With Trump's ego and a peak height of about 6ft2, I would have expected a 6ft5 claim in younger years.
Lorne??? said on 9/Dec/20
El Alacran said on 27/Nov/20
As for Donald, Sr., current height 5'10" to 5'11". Probably 6'2" in dress shoes when younger but he has lost at least 3 inches as you can tell from the dowager's hump. From his gait and the throw of his spine when he stands or walks sometimes he wears lifts for an extra 2-3" and has trouble walking down ramps as shown in video. None of the medical exam reports made public have accurate information as to height or weight. Weight from 275-300.

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Come on people you cannot wear 2-3inch "lifts"

If you are Tom Cruise you can wear high cut boots with a lift in for a good 2.5in though it is clear

In a regular shoe, best you can do is a half inch lift which will only give about a cm. Dons have a 3.5' heel I think and give 2.3 basically; 1 inch lifts probably give about 2cm

That pic with his foot practically falling out of his shoe is weird though, what does everyone think of that?

Anyway Trump is whacky almost to the point of being 😂 funny, nah he is funny
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 9/Dec/20
He edged Clinton in the 90’s...
Arch Stanton said on 9/Dec/20
Yeah Viper I can see why he's doing it. You don't become a billionaire without a good brain, the Kardashians are much smarter than everybody thinks too, remember their father was one of the most brilliant lawyers in the US! Trump came across as very smart and measured back in the 70s-90s, particularly by late 80s, see his 80s interviews, if he was ever President it should have been around the time Bush Senior got in.

Be on the look out for lifts with him Duhon and Voiceless, it is possible!
Slim 6'1" said on 9/Dec/20
Shrunk to 183, give the downgrade already
TheBat said on 7/Dec/20
No more or under than 6’0” flat today. By his 80s he could be 5’11.5-5’11.75” max.
Mickie said on 7/Dec/20
I don't like to steer towards politics on a height site, but Politics is so crazy here in America at the moment and I think people should understand what they're reading particularly those who aren't actually here. You have Trump supporters who think he's the greatest president of all time and he will save the country, and you have Trump detractors who think he's the worst president of all time and will definitely destroy the country. The truth is Trump had mixed successes (such as improvements with peace in the Middle East, early economic successes, right to try) and failures (driving up the ballooning national debt after campaigning otherwise, not really "draining the swap" like he promised, inflammatory and childish remarks, debatably his handling on Covid but yes thats very much subject to opinion as the whole thing is unprecedented). My point being that I think it is helpful for people to step back and realize Trump is not Hitler and he's not Jesus, no matter what you think about him it's better to let cooler heads prevail and not buy into a narrative.

Peak 6'2" is fine (I wouldn't go more but definitely not much less if any) maybe a 6'0.25" update for 2021 would be appropriate as he's still probably creeping down.
john bomfire said on 6/Dec/20
went to his rally, can tell that he's 6 on a good day, I even looked up the height of the podium...
Duhon said on 6/Dec/20
@voiceless that picture of his foot heel almost falling out his shoe and his odd leaning posture Click Here are tell tale signs of shoe lifts.
viper said on 5/Dec/20
Arch, big tech in America has been a dumpster fire in censoring republicans
Ethan Larsen said on 5/Dec/20
I don't buy the claim of 6ft 2 or him ever being 6ft 3. There is a photo of 6ft 3.3 Jesse Jackson beside him in 87' and he looks 6ft 1.5 at the most. They both seem to be standing straight too.

I have Donald Trump at 6ft 1.5 peak height and 6ft 0.5 now.

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Canson said on 5/Dec/20
@Viper: he has been consistent in that aspect but that should’ve said a lot back in 2014-16 when he ran
Vincent Caleb said on 5/Dec/20
Trump can look 6 feet flat more recently. Weight I’d say is 260. 286 is just way too high. Obviously 239 is too low, but I don’t think it’s any more of a lie than 286.
Skolvikes_2020 said on 4/Dec/20
6' 2" peak for sure. He looked as tall as Bill Clinton back in the day who was also a solid 6' 2" and much taller than Reagan in his presidental days who was hovering a strong 5' 11" range at the time. I would say 6' 0.25" now because he looks a half inch shorter than Obama (who is a tad under a full 6' 1") if you account for the illusion of Trumps hair. Also a picture probably more almost ten years ago shows Trump who was in his mid 60s looking at least a 1.25-1.5 inches shorter than 6' 2" Mark Sanchez back then.
viper said on 4/Dec/20
What will Colbert talk about once Trump is out of office? He's obsessed, more so than most of his detractors.
viper said on 4/Dec/20
Trump no doubt has sociopathic qualities and is a narcissist.

Though, a lot of presidents have been. Trump is just so open about it, lol

I do think people underestimate his intelligence. I can't quite put my finger on it. He knew the political landscape in 2015 and to run on an America first populist message. He was elected president when most everyone thought he didn't have a chance.

Trump has actually been consistent since the 1980s on his general messaging.
Canson said on 3/Dec/20
@Vincent: he did some good with the economy early on but short of that he was one of the worse if not the worst
Tall In The Saddle said on 3/Dec/20
Apologies for the length of and repetition in my previous post. I wrote an orig. post but it appeared that I had "lost" the text in the field altogether so I wrote another and then both posted. My bad.:(

Standing up, Trump's posture is strange also and actually correlates somewhat to the degree his heel is out of shoe when sitting down. Like he's been jacked up at the heel but at an angle, causing a forward lean which he isn't compensating for with a lean back.

I also don't know if Mr T is quite as high as 270 lb. At a healthy weight I wouldn't call him big framed. 6'2" peak Brian Wilson, who was bigger framed IMO, admitted to 300 lbs at his heaviest and at that time, Brian looked somewhat heavier. Perhaps Brian himself understated his weight at the time but he did stand 6'2" when he carried that weight. Mr T is barely 6' and, IF there are lifts involved, then Mr T is that much shorter again. At 245 lbs, Mr T is deemed obese even at 6'2" and more so for his true standing height of about 6' and more so again if he is below 6'.
Eric W Tam said on 3/Dec/20
How tall would you guys peg Amy Coney Barrett at? Listed as 5'6 or 5'7 everywhere (not Google though, they don't take her height into account). Looks Google doesn't take any politician's height into account unless they are running for president.
Editor Rob
somewhere in 5ft 6 range I could believe
Arch Stanton said on 3/Dec/20
Largely agree with you Tall in the Saddle, I do think though that there's a lot of celebs who are often looking for attention and praise though and bold statements about Trump or race/sexuality are often a way to get attention or conform with a group of people. Tall Sam, maybe I'd feel more like you if I was American rather than British. He's certainly very selfish, he's currently threatening to revoke section 230 which protects Big Tech from being sued over users content/treatment of users (so he can sue Twitter etc), which if successful would dramatically increase censorship online over everybody out of fear of being sued. Would be a very stupid thing to do.

Voiceless, to me the shoes look too low to be lifts I think, he wouldn't be able to walk in them if his feet were out the back like that. I'd say he just moved his foot out of the shoe but be on the look out for lifts, you could certainly imagine somebody like him wearing them!!
Voiceless said on 3/Dec/20
Rob,
could Trump be a lift-wearer?

Click Here
Editor Rob
I don't know about ballot-stuffing, but Trump is certainly shoe stuffing.

but seriously, either he's sliding out of his shoes or something is going on there.
Tall In The Saddle said on 2/Dec/20
@Vincent Caleb

All conquering bone spurs, hitherto not diagnosed. That is a 3 point swish shot. Before that, 4 deferments in deference to College (aka wealthy privilege).

Military personnel don't get nearly enough respect, admiration or support (in real time or post war) for the ultimate sacrifice. Particularly no support from those who, without their own prior service, often strenuously avoided, go on to decide when, how and against whom the masses should fight in unquestioned service to their country. You can be anti war or, at least question the justification of a specific engagement but still respect and appreciate the service of those, conducted in absolute good faith, intention and selflessness while also understanding they are obviously not the ones making the crucial decisions.

IMO, the manifest ratio for celebrities who are either pro or anti Trump, represented by their expressed "voice" is reasonably in line with reality. I don't believe there is a so called ANTI bandwagon being jumped on or a noteworthy celebrity contingent of Trump supporters who remain "hidden", reluctant to speak out. Of course I don't begrudge a celeb (or anyone else) for merely supporting Trump but let's face it, of those celebs who have made it known, their own thoughts on politics and all else are highly questionable anyway. Voight was more than just a bit extreme. Then you have Randy Quaid and Kanye West, the latter having since jumped ship. If they supported me, I would politely decline their vote of confidence lest my credibility be impugned by association. As it is, Trump takes any support he can get UNTIL they utter one ounce of opposition, then it immediately pivots from previous adoration and recommendation to outright malice, defamation and rejection. LOL.

As to talk show hosts, yeah, there is clear over saturation re politics. Their primary job is to entertain but they often allow their own egos and personal opinions transcend all else. I used to like Colbert prior to his being a talk show host but he is one of the worst offenders. It's the same thing, over and over. Also, he will ask his guest a question and then offer half the answer before his guest can even speak. He doesn't appear to listen to his guests, rather, as they speak, he seems to be thinking up his next "pearl of wisdom" to drop in. And, the "new normal" of artificially relaxed broadcasts from home etc. are totally unprofessional IMO. Constantly sipping from their mugs front and center, cliched jokes as to the "true" content of their mugs, aside chats with crew, wife, off camera, audible off camera chuckles, implied "uncontrollable" laughter to themselves, overly casual dress, etc. Fallon? Great on SNL but awful as a talk show host, overly gushing and false. They're also the last people to personally bemoan the impact of COVID given their more than sufficient wealth to negate the effects of same.

Give me Conan and Ferguson any day. Intelligent, spontaneous and a good dose of downright crazy. Suffice to say, the chemistry between Conan and equally off beat Jeff Goldblum is off the charts. A meeting of two great, all be they twisted, minds. LOL.





I think there are simply far more celebrities who acutely oppose Trump than there are those who support him. I think the celebrity voice represented from either side reasonably reflects the true ratio as opposed to a "silent" celebrity contingent reluctant to speak out in favor of the POTUS.

Of course they shouldn't be judged for their mere support of Trump but judging them on their own political comments and attitudes, I find them extremely flawed and indicative of a certain type of follower that Trump attracts. Voight was more than a bit extreme. Then you have Randy Quaid and Kanye West to name another two with Kayne having since jumped ship.

Narcissistic Sociopaths operate very well at a reduced level of public exposure and accountability. They can move between people under separate cover, defaming person A to person B and visa versa, escalating tensions and division, more power to them with neither of other said parties being the wiser unless they bothered to compare notes. That hasn't worked in the Presidential arena or, at least, it hasn't been well hidden. We've counted numerous lies, contradictions, position changes, initial adoring praise and later immediate rejection and expulsion of those who voiced even the slightest opposition, all revealed on center stage.

The man is not notably intelligent and, in many instances, shockingly ignorant. Even without a high IQ, a distinct lack of morality and principles, concealed by transparent rhetoric can get you quite far to a point and certainly, there are some who are more easily taken in than others. Many would have this guy pegged from the moment they met or saw him.

As to the talk show hosts. Yeah, their sole focus on him goes beyond the pale. Particularly Colbert, who I used to like. I'm also tired of the contrived, choreographed, relaxed broadcasts from home as per the "new normal" of COVID. Shifting their eyes from the audience view point for an aside "chat" with those off camera, whose random "chuckles" can be periodically heard, Hosts constantly sipping from their mugs, posturing, posing, dressed overly casual, breaking down in "random" and "uncontrolled" laughter, etc. A new level of Artificial.
Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 2/Dec/20
@Fanz
Lashley's closer to the camera though.
viper said on 2/Dec/20
Many Trumpers won't admit it and democrats would agree, that some of Trump's popularity is because he's "entertaining"

He goes overboard on the tweets but he can be funny, and entertaining during his rallies.

Others are put off by that and that is certainly reasonable.

Like tall sam and vincent have said he's just not presidential like we know

Yet the other half like it
Vincent Caleb said on 1/Dec/20
Sub-par president. 6’2” peak 6’0.25” now. Not the worst one, but not good, especially this year. Imagine making fun of a prisoner of war for getting capture. My grandpa was a POW and can’t stand this dude cause of what he said. All of this coming from the dude who dodged the draft cause of “bone Spurs”.
Mickie said on 1/Dec/20
Peak 6'2" is good (no higher) current maybe around 6'0.25" - 6'0.5" but I don't think he's necessarily quite as heavy as some say. I could believe 270, but I wouldn't be shocked if he weighed more like 250s either.
Tall Sam said on 1/Dec/20
He gets a lot of support here in the states and a lot of "he's not so bad" comments on here but there is a reason he is openly despised by many here...I've lived through many presidencys and have never seen a sitting president like this with an apparent complete lack of empathy, an essentially open desire to invite corruption into the office and skirt both law and decency, barely disguised dog whistles of bigotry and xenophobia, hateful disregard towards the environment and science, I could go on...

This page strikes me as toxic enough to pass for a nuclear dump site, the last thing I need is after ceaselessly reading on most sites about this man and all his cronies and children is to read about him here. I enjoy celebheights very much but sorry, I think I need a little break, a detox.
Arch Stanton said on 30/Nov/20
Another thing I've observed is that there's certain celeb people in America who just seem to jump on the Trump hating bandwagon because it's the popular thing to do. The chat show hosts like Fallon and Corden come across that way, like they're trying to be cool and be popular. It reminds me of those geeky kids in school who tried to impress the cool kids. When I see a celeb stand out and support Trump I actually respect their honesty on it as they're going to get a major backlash, even if somebody like Jon Voight is a bit extreme.

Anyway, nuff said about Trump and the media, 6'0.5 and 270 pounds is my guess now!
Arch Stanton said on 30/Nov/20
Yes Canson, particularly pre 2000, in the 80s and 90s Trump seemed a LOT more intelligent and measured, back in the 80s you can see why people kept talking about him being president. His outlook might still be the same but he's become like a pantomine character in a way the last five years, just seems to create such polarised opinions of him, it's not a good thing. I do think the absolute hatred some have of him is as ridiculous as some of the Venezuela claims, he's hardly Hitler.

Nah I'm really not generally into US politics Sandy, as I said that world is way too toxic for me. I've shown a keen interest in the elections though because it will have a massive impact on the world in the next few years. I'm sick of the press talking about Trump and him dominating the headlines!
Tunman said on 30/Nov/20
@Canson
That Trump was a populist(like Johnson,or some canadian dutch french populists)was something obvious from the very beginning.The difference between western people and non western people is that even electing a populist won't change the main course of your countries.The way I see it,your countries have just too many patriot politicians,I mean that in no way they will make their country turn corrupt,poor,bigot and so on,to put it simply all your governors,senators must really have performed some big achievements at the very least on a regional level to get to their position,your ministers are competent in their respective fields...and those who fail know they only have to blame themselves if they didn't work,but in the end of the day be it Trump or someone else,you'll always have good roads,industry will always perform well,agricultors will always be backed by the state,judicial system will always function,individual freedom will always be here and the country will always be powerful...
No wonder that to get 74M votes Trump had achieved some great things,but his ego coupled with a boorish behaviour with every person,institution,country(even with some historical allies)...it backfired as many people also mobilized to bring him down.

As a non westerner,our populists are:1-total incompetents 2-total bigots 3-total thieves.Just let me know if you wish to hear the story of our last (2019) presidential elections,I bet you'll get a good laugh.
FanzWrestler said on 29/Nov/20
Looked about 1.89m in his prime. I'd say close to 6'3/6'2 ¾
Today about 1.84/1.85 in the morning perhaps.

With a 184cm Bobby Lashley who is also built at 6'3. 2007, so clearly not in his prime but better posture than today I suppose.
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Canson said on 29/Nov/20
Vincent Caleb said on 6/Nov/20
If he gets re-elected(idk what is happening with the electoral collage)will you give him a small downgrade sometime while he is in office?
Editor Rob
Within 2 years I doubt he'll be over 6ft.

@Editor Rob: do you think it’s the diet and regimen he maintains that have led to that? He eats McDonalds every day apparently. Not necessarily a heart friendly or health friendly chain given its fries etc. while he can look 6’0.5 for about half of his comparisons and pics I’m not sure if he is still over 6’ at other times. That may not take 2 years. It may be in less time if it hasn’t already arrived
Editor Rob
yeah his lifestyle and mainly age itself. I think he held up not too badly through the 4 years he's been in charge.
Canson said on 29/Nov/20
@Arch and Sandy: to keep from being too political here, I will say that Donald pre 2016 and today has always been a very “different” cat. He’s always had an ego which is something that you can say about almost everyone in this world whether you show it or not. But his demeanor has always been that of a businessman. Many thought that was the best thing for the US at the time. So when I say different, that’s a way to put it. How many presidents in our lifetime have lacked a political background? Two. Ronald Reagan was the other. But change is the spice of life. So maybe some need to see first hand whether or not it works first hand to see if it will endure and if it is going to happen again in the future.
Canson said on 29/Nov/20
@Duhon: some guys develop physically later than others. but looking at his life, that can go either way. Some guys will push hard to develop while others won’t being he has it all handed to him right now. That could go either way too. I can’t imagine a life like that. But In his case, he grew so early in life that it could go one of two ways. He could stop at 6’5-6’7 or could go to 7’0”. In my case I hit 6’4 around 16 I believe. That’s with a 6’4 father and a 5’6 mother. For him, Having a 6’2” father (peak height) and a 5’9 or so mother, he’s got a greater probability of a height that is quote on quote undesired unless using it for a pro sport. Some guys will appreciate being near 7’0 or even 6’6-6’8 but others won’t. I know in my case I surely wouldn’t want to be much more than my current height
Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 29/Nov/20
@Tunman
While it's true that I've grown at 19, it's only by a small amount like less than an inch, if even that. Maybe just a half inch.
Tunman said on 29/Nov/20
@Vitali
Nothing is impossible although in your case it could very well be that stretching helped you measure taller(it could happen sometimes).However it's very unlikely that "natural growth" without external factors will occur at that age.Rob once mentioned the case of a man who was still gaining height in his mid 20's because of (don't quote me) "oestrogen levels".

I believe eastern Europe has yet to reach its full potential.Back to the USSR period people clearly looked shorter than in the West,I guess food shortage certainly didn't help...now if anything the young generation average must be near 5'10 for Russia,same as US,perhaps even slightly edging actually, although I didn't visit Russia yet so it's only an opinion
Vitali said on 28/Nov/20
@Tunman
I was 174-175 cm till 2007 (26 years), now I am 179 cm. My 6f friends are shocked) I do stretching, but lift some heavy weights as well. I believe it's all because of modern good food products. We had very poor food in Russia in the 90s. Now we have full set of amino acids etc. And I mean natural food: meat, fish, wheat, vegetables - not our famous KGB sport chemistry))
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 28/Nov/20
Hi Arch!

Donald is very set in his ways and won't break away from his ideas and what he believes in. I suppose this makes for a solid, reliable personality, not a bad thing to have as a President.

Quite a few members of my family were all for him coming to power four years ago. I haven't discussed him with the two of my half-brothers who live in America and I don't know how they voted this time round. The role as American President doesn't shape the lives of merely Americans though; it really is the most powerful position in the World.

You really are into your American politicians, aren't you Arch? It is history in the making, and I'm sure you'd be able to enlighten a great many of us as to things they know little about, myself included, who is far keener on the older type of history.

We must have all the Trumps on Celebheights now - thanks, in no small part, to you!

Have a great weekend, Arch!

All the best!

Sandy XX 😁👍
Tunman said on 27/Nov/20
@Duhon and 185 Vietnamese
I really like the subject and since I'm meeting youngsters on a daily basis this is the description I would give on that,it's worth reading but obviously that's only my opinion,don't feel obliged to agree.

For 12 years old:I have yet to see a person stopping that early be it boys or girls(basically that's 7th grade in my country)although I'm pretty sure some girls won't gain anything beyond that but it's a really small minority.Interestingly that's maybe the age where girls might very well edge boys on average as most girls are already witnessing their main growth spurt while boys have barely started it if anything.

For 13 years old:I saw some girls stopping that early although most will still gain.At that point boys will be again taller although not by much

For 14 years old:a decent number of girls won't gain further height.I saw some very rare cases of boys stopping that early although pretty sure they were more 14,5 but I feel that's the case when some shot up really fast,I mean you would wonder how tall they would end up,but surprisingly don't anything significant after that.

For 15 years old:(in my country 1st grade in High school)the vast majority of girls are done by that time,in fact you notice that physically the main changes that occur in puberty already happened.For boys I would maybe some 20-25% won't gain anything after that,the number of cases I witnessed is just too big.Still the majority of them will be growing,but while some are still having a big shot others have already had the "main growth spurt"

For 16 years old:most girls will have ended their growth,it seems that the girls still gaining after that age are starting to be rare although some may still gain a little.For boys it could be 40-50% are done,however the difference with those of 15 is that even for those still growing they're already for most of them on the closing stages of growth,I mean it less common to see someone having the main growth spurt at that point.

For 17 years old:Girls are already done and those gaining are now definitely exceptions,can remember 4 cases at most who gained after 17,probably due to late puberty.For boys a clear majority maybe up to 75% are done,after all,some countries take the youngsters average height as early as that age.But indisputably you can say that many will still have a 0.5-1"growth.

For 18 years old:I have yet to see any girl growing after that stage,although among the 4 cases I mentioned above one of them may very well have done so,but I can't confirm it for sure.For boys I would say 90-95% are done and the rest won't gain more than 1/8 or 1/4 at the very most,although a small number might create the surprise and push a visible growth.I know 2 brothers who are in that case,it will be interesting to see if the younger one who's now 19 will grow more.Christian from this site seems in that case
For 19 years old:no girls I've ever seen growing after that although they might exist.For boys,it will be simply less common than for those growing after 18.The same case of the brothers I just mentioned with the older one possibly gaining a small fraction after 19

For 20 years old:Apart from Bieber,and I'm not even sure he gained anything between 20 and 21 that's clearly something exceptional
Arch Stanton said on 27/Nov/20
The thing is with Trump Sandy you can see the appeal in that he's anti-establishment and says what he thinks and doesn't care who or what it is he insults, and he keeps his promises. Just when you agree with him on something he'll come across as a complete obnoxious a**hole, and then you'll think the media are 100% justified with what they say. If he stopped reacting like a child to things which don't always go his way, avoided telling obvious mistruths, and maintained a certain level of dignity he'd be respected a lot more.
Canson said on 27/Nov/20
@Tall in the Saddle: 😂 😂 😂

Mr. P may encourage and assist Mr T’s 2024 Presidential bid! I’m surprised he didn’t do something to have some of the “problem” machines (in Mr T’s eyes) in the “questionable” jurisdictions “quietly” removed 😂
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 27/Nov/20
I sometimes feel I was a trifle hard on Donald Trump Snr when he came into office - because of the overtly sexist comments he made.

When I see him pictured with his kids, I see a proud family man, and rightly so!

6ft today; 2" more peak.
El Alacran said on 27/Nov/20
As for Donald, Sr., current height 5'10" to 5'11". Probably 6'2" in dress shoes when younger but he has lost at least 3 inches as you can tell from the dowager's hump. From his gait and the throw of his spine when he stands or walks sometimes he wears lifts for an extra 2-3" and has trouble walking down ramps as shown in video. None of the medical exam reports made public have accurate information as to height or weight. Weight from 275-300.
Vincent Caleb said on 26/Nov/20
Barron will be 6’6-6-8 if he is 6’4.75 like I think he is. I bet his dad will call him 6’10, being the inflator he is. If Barron is “near 6’4” then Eric Trump is at most “near 6’3”.
Duhon said on 26/Nov/20
If Baron is already 6'5" at 14 and doesn't look particularly physically developed aside from height, I don't see why he'd be "lucky" to hit only a 6'6" adult height? I believe most boys grow beyond 14 and it's the minority that don't grow beyond that.

I think 6'6" would be his baseline regardless of his final height.
Tunman said on 26/Nov/20
@185Vietnamese
A big chunk will definitely stop growing by 15-16.In fact it could also happen as early as 14 but that's less common.However the largest number will stop by 17-18 although many from 16 to 18 will only squeeze a little fraction further.In fact once in the second grade in high school(basically 16 years old boys and girls) I noticed that some didn't gain anything from that point but also that some still had potential in the tank and thus gained a little.I'm still encountering that same situation as I'm seeing young customers in my shop these days
Canson said on 26/Nov/20
@184guy2: true facts. I don’t consider 6’6 to be an ideal height but it’s much better than 7’0”.
Tall In The Saddle said on 26/Nov/20
Canson said on 23/Nov/20
@Tall in the Saddle: I hear Putin is going to replace her lol

Hahaha. Funny. Whoa, hang on, you're joking right? I mean, thinking about it, could they, would they? I wouldn't put it past them. :)

I'm just as concerned that Mr T. and Mr P. might collaborate for a 2021 Presidential Calendar, each month depicting them both gleefully participating in different leisure activities together, like say, Jan: fishing, Feb: horse riding, March: golfing, April: toasting marsh mellows by a camp fire, etc. Both inexplicably and disturbingly shirtless in each and every shot, of course. The perfect gift for your worst enemy.
185vietnamese said on 26/Nov/20
Often boy when they in their 15, most of them already hit their adult height (Especially the tall one), when i was in high school. Most of my friends (Boy) stay the same height through out high school. Only me (at 15, i'm like 170cm) growing, and another friend of mine also grow at that time, but he's only grow in his first year (which is early 16 at that time i think) and done (he's very short). Me and that dude come to class after a 3 months summer break and the whole class can tell that we're taller. I'm growing until like late 17 i think, so i'm the latest guy that growing until 18 that i know. I never seen someone growing until early 18 like me.
It could be the case that Barron will stop growing by next year or he's already done. He's very tall for someone who's 14.
vastlybetter566 said on 26/Nov/20
184guy2, you are absolutely right, why would you be lucky to be 6'8? Sure, in some cases you might look good being that tall, but you'll easily look too tall. Even 6'6 is already seen as a crazy height by many people.
184guy2 said on 25/Nov/20
lol Barron wont be lucky if he hits 7' . He will be lucky if he hit 6'6 and stops.
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 25/Nov/20
Average Heighted Male, here's Gary Hart w/h 6ft3 listed Jesse Jackson (over 6ft2 for definite, needs a page)

Click Here

I would say 6ft2 range...Rob, what do you think?
Canson said on 25/Nov/20
@Tunman: I’d estimate him ending up in the 6’5-6’7 range
Tunman said on 25/Nov/20
Just forgot to mention that now he's more 194-95 range so maybe just under 6'5 but he's only 4 months shy of 15.So squeezing a further 2" wouldn't be that much under the average gain for someone at his age
Tunman said on 25/Nov/20
@Chris
Barron won't hit near 7' he'll be lucky to be 6'8 probably more 6'6 range imo.Very tall dudes often reach puberty early on and by 16 are often done.Well Barron could very well be among them.One of my classmates was 200cm by 15 and stopped growing at that point.It will be interesting to see how tall he'll be in 2022
Giuliano said on 25/Nov/20
Rob i think he was back then pretty sure 188 cm today i think he is about 184,8 , its possinle the he is about 185 cm today during the morming hoursm
Canson said on 25/Nov/20
@Junior: there’s been discussion on this page. That’s about right for his height. 6’4.5/6 5 range
RJT said on 25/Nov/20
Barron looked so similar to Donald when Donald was younger in that wedding pic.

Anyway around 6'2 peak height, current is 6ft flat or quarter above.
Average Heighted Male said on 24/Nov/20
I know this is pretty random and many people might not know who Gary Hart, former Senator from CO., is but how tall is he, or was he at his peak?? I've read some info on him and he seemed like he was at most the last decent, somewhat more honest Democrat to be a candidate(before the scandals). He was described as tall but what height? 6ft1? 6ft2?

I'd like to think what his presidency would have been like IF he ever won the '88 election? Would he serve 8 years(1989-1997)? would the 90s decade been the same or even better than the Clinton/Gore era? Would 9/11 ever happen? He even mentioned he would have never had a Persian Gulf War like HW Bush did.

As a conservative Republican(lifelong) and proud Trumper, I would admit right now I would have actually voted for him had he been the contender. He was much more of a stronger, more competent choice compared to Michael Dukakis. That goofy Greek had no chance.
TheBat said on 24/Nov/20
Next to 6’0” Tiger Woods.

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Mike Sui said on 24/Nov/20
You guys must be nuts if you think he's taller than 6'0. even with those lifts that make him look like a fallen tower he's 6'3 like he said.
In the morning 6'0, in the night 5'11 or less.
Vincent Caleb said on 24/Nov/20
@ Average Heighted Male
Oh, and I never supported Obama either. Snake really turned this country into a PC socialist nightmare. Either everyone these days is racist,sexist,a Nazi,etc... They pull these labels and such out of their where the sun don't shine.

You might need to pull out a dictionary and look up the word socialist. Btw, how do you like those stimulus checks? Trump, the height inflating Bug Don is gone. 6’.25” and claims 6’3”. LOL, you have to be a pretty insecure person to add three whole inches to your height.
Chris Junior Hernandez 1990 said on 24/Nov/20
Surprise nobody talk about Trump youngest son. Barron Trump look to be 4-5" taller than his dad appearance on the news last month. I bet 6'5 at 14 he was huge and would at least end up at 6'8 range but if his lucky enough he would reach up close to 7'0 and dwarf his daddy Trump over a head.
Tall In The Saddle said on 24/Nov/20
Putting the question of possible lifts aside, I think it's agreed that Trump's posture isn't the best and also quite unusual for whatever reason. Click Here Even if he was wearing lifts, he's negating the advantage with the way he stands.

Given how far he's leaning forward, you could almost get away with suggesting he fell flat on his face moments after the above photo was taken. When he took office it didn't appear that there was a lot to choose between him and Obama but Barack did have the edge and certainly stood better than Trump. Treating Trump without lifts, I would say if he properly stood straight he would've perhaps been almost on par with Obama but then Obama was supposed to only be 6'1" at best and possibly a bit less himself by age 55. Substantive height loss is to be expected at Trump's age but often, plain old poor posture (which can be recovered) kicks in also and contributes to the apparent overall height loss.
Arch Stanton said on 24/Nov/20
Ivana looks like a 5 ft 9 woman there Click Here but heels and pavement advantage, Click Here Wedding photo looks shorter than Trump's mother there but his dad looks taller too so not right. 5 ft 8 I would go with.
Editor Rob
got called 5ft 9.5 in the 80's, but I don't believe it.
Arch Stanton said on 24/Nov/20
Ivana said that she met Donald by accident and didn't know who he was. She was with a group of friends and couldn't get a seat in a restaurant and Donald (having a Sinatra like influence) got them seated right away. When they finished there was a limo waiting outside the restaurant and Donald himself at the wheel. If only he was as smooth as that as president!
Arch Stanton said on 24/Nov/20
Rudy 6'2.5 LMAO?? As big as his fraud claims LOL. I saw one more recent photo with Trump with rare posture he could look almost 5 ft 9. His posture is terrible, makes him look much shorter than he really is. From what I've seen 5'10 peak and 5'8.5 if stood his best today would be believable, he's 76 now, so 1.5 loss is normal.
Tall In The Saddle said on 24/Nov/20
IMO, the media has reported evenly and discerning individuals should read a range of reports for themselves anyway. The claims simply weren't given any more address or weight than they deserved, the media's treatment vindicated by the watered down lawsuits and their outright rejection in court.

If there were twists and attempts to influence the public, then it can be argued that they were contained in the INFORMAL claims of widespread fraud and misconduct, promising BIG evidence of same but producing nothing. Obviously, those claims, though baseless, took hold with the more suggestible contingent of the population, as was the intention. Remember, claims of "potential" fraud were being made well before the fact of the election to set this up. Again, without any evidence, an obvious attempt to influence and sway public opinion in the event of an election loss. It's not as if they didn't know how to use the media to their advantage.

There's been a lot that has been heard and seen straight from the horses mouth, only to see later self contradictions. Finally, people seem to forget that back in April 2020, in his thinking, he himself said that if universal mail in ballots were allowed it would favor the DEMS and the REPUBLICANS would never win another election. This was said as a matter of natural fact, with no suggestion of fraud or misconduct being involved or required.

Anyway, postal voting saw greater ease of access leading to greater voice with record representation on both sides of the ledger. That's a good thing. Under the new admin hopefully we'll see greater unity, collaboration, coverage and go forward progress.
Average Heighted Male said on 24/Nov/20
I really like President Trump and his economic policies, his non-PC, sharp wit, and dog eat dog attitude towards the masses, libs, snake-like politicians, etc.. I'm actually going to miss him being the Prez in DC/White House, it gives me shivers that Biden and Harris are next(ewww). But President Trump is no more than 6ft1 these days. Maybe a flat 6ft2 in his youth and middle age. He's not young anymore and most likely lost some height, gained weight and overall slouching so I expect him to be shorter these days. I cannot buy the 6'3 claims many websites list him as. He's never been 6'3.

So solid 6'1 now, maybe solidly weak 6ft2 in his early days.

Oh, and I never supported Obama either. Snake really turned this country into a PC socialist nightmare. Either everyone these days is racist,sexist,a Nazi,etc... They pull these labels and such out of their where the sun don't shine.
Editor Rob
I think Obama should be given some respect. In terms of height it looks like he actually had the measured height put on his medical report, whilst Trump had 6ft 3 put down for his height.
Canson said on 23/Nov/20
@Tall in the Saddle: I hear Putin is going to replace her lol
Arch Stanton said on 23/Nov/20
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Trumpy and Ivana back in the day. Well we can definitely rule out the 5 ft 10 listing for her, even 5 ft 9 seems too high, I doubt she would have been anything over 5 ft 8, anybody?

Click Here Donald Jr, Ivana, Eric and Ivanka, nearer 5 ft 7 today, 5'8 peak 5'7 now is in the ballpark I think.
Arch Stanton said on 23/Nov/20
The media have been heavily biased and haven't reported cases filed by numerous people, not just Trump. I've witnessed how they twist things and influence the public and it's frankly dishonest. I agree with you though on the lawsuits and evidence though. I kept an open mind on them but 6 ft ish Powell was getting so ridiculous that even Trump sacked her! I don't think they have a leg to stand on now, could you imagine now if it is was reversed and Biden thrown out, there'd likely be civil war!

Can you add any one of Donald Trump Jr, Ivana Trump and Giuliani Rob? Ivana was a pretty big celeb back in the 80s and 90s.
Editor Rob
I remember back in 2006 somebody emailed me laughing at Rudy being listed 6ft 2.5 online! I think 5ft 10 peak is possible, 5ft 8-8.5 nowadays.
Tall In The Saddle said on 22/Nov/20
The media isn't to blame. The burden of proof is on the claimants. They're not producing evidence and they're not taking questions re same. As I read it, the law suits filed are not claiming widespread fraud, misconduct or possessing any evidence of same and they've included affidavits expressly disclaiming any such assertions.
Oh, and I've also just read that they've cut off "confident" Sidney Powell.
Arch Stanton said on 22/Nov/20
Trump's brother was 6'4 I think, isn't his daughter the psychologist Mary Trump the one who wrote the book about him. She looks the have inherited his height, I would have guessed at least 5'10 sitting down, dressed like a man and is "butch" it seems.
Slim 6'1@ said on 22/Nov/20
Time to give a quarter inch downgrade
Vincent Caleb said on 20/Nov/20
@Arch Stanton: I agree, I do not support Trump, but elections should be fair. If there is evidence of wrongdoing it should be reported no matter what.
Vincent Caleb said on 20/Nov/20
@J2Frenzy:
He can look 6’0” but he has very poor posture. Maybe if he stood well he could get 6’ and change.
Arch Stanton said on 20/Nov/20
Yeah, I highly doubt it was on the level of millions of votes but the media haven't given a fair overview of this. US politics and media is incredibly toxic, not a world I want to spent much time in!! I don't know many people who could function in that sort of environment!

Is Donald Trump Jr and Ivana Trump worth adding?
J2Frenzy said on 19/Nov/20
I think Trump should get a quarter inch downgrade for his current, since I think he’s 6’0 flat so I came to a compromise figure
Hieronymus Bosch said on 19/Nov/20
he keeps shrinking, horrendous posture
Arch Stanton said on 18/Nov/20
The "most secure election in history" continues to prove itself... Click Here Click Here Notice how all of these errors being reported always seem to benefit Biden and that the mainstream media don't report it!! What a shambles! I don't think Trump has a chance of winning, too many of the powerful elite want him out, but the media should stop claiming that there is no evidence of misconduct!
Editor Rob
I think most people would understand in elections there will be some dodgy voting.

Enough to make a difference? Who knows.
Slim 6'1" said on 15/Nov/20
Not 184 anymore, more 183.5 today
viper said on 15/Nov/20
I've never see anyone as confident as Sidney Powell on this

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Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 14/Nov/20
@Canson
I will say though that LA, and CA in general, seemingly has a wider distribution of heights, than other most other states and places in the US, because of more ethnic diversity. Same goes with New York, Chicago, and other big diverse cities. SD's and bell curves aren't often discussed enough on here, just only averages.
Canson said on 14/Nov/20
@Viper: yea it has but what I meant is it won’t influence the outcome
Lorne??? said on 13/Nov/20
@Everybody: Thank You, and sorry to hear that Tubman, woman lose more than men though 3-4cm at that age is crazy

Yes@Christian I already have arthritis, it is mainly my back and extremities though.

I need to go to a pain specialist though it is expensiv

And it is just like 1.1cm or so of loss Rob, I am more worried about keeping it from dropping lower, cuz dipping under 172cm is bad, getting closer to 171cm would be awful

I will try to post more regularly now

Congratulations on what, 17 years Rob?

Anyway good luck all, and hope or pray the Supreme Court that has been stacked does not interfere in a legitimate election

And the average current guess is now 184.5 for Trump, a man with a loose relationship with reality. Surprising, although I do think he was near enough 188cm peak

3.5in platforms (shakes head)
Editor Rob
16 years it's been going now 👍
Canson said on 13/Nov/20
@Christian: I’ve been to SF and Oakland too.
Canson said on 13/Nov/20
@Christian: I’ve been to LA and SD as well as northern CA in the Silicon Valley such as Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, etc. I got an impression of about the same on the east coast
viper said on 13/Nov/20
Canson I'm not reading his tweets.

The dominion software has had "glitches"

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Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 13/Nov/20
@Canson
But where specifically in CA? The rural and inland areas are noticeably taller than the coastal cities like LA, SF, SD etc. All of the major coastal cities feel around the same at 5'8" or so, while inland's easily 5'9". As for Texas, it depends on the area as well, but overall I'd estimate it to be similar as most other states at 5'9"-ish. If I had to take a guess, the tallest state would be Minnesota, and the shortest would be either Hawaii or New Mexico. (although I've never visited Hawaii)
Canson said on 13/Nov/20
@Viper: that was him tweeting that. There’s no proof just like anything else he’s said before
Canson said on 12/Nov/20
Tunman said on 10/Nov/20
@Canson
I was speaking of youngsters like 18-30 so I guess it must be rather a solid 5'9.5-9.75 right?I don't think black people are that much shorter than whites,perhaps a fraction,hispanics however are certainly going to lower significantly the average in California or Texas,Florida but maybe you can confirm that if you went to those states?Also I guess the average in US isn't going to change that much,perhaps even is going to drop with the arrival of migrants of poorer countries(mainly south Americans)

Yea in the states I’ve been to on that list, the averages are similar. Texas may be slightly less in some of the areas of high Hispanic population but other more populous areas like Houston looked similar although I didn’t spend a lot of time. I’ve been to CA many times and it appears the same as DC or Philly or Baltimore to me.
Tunman said on 12/Nov/20
@Christian
Thanks for the nice words.I don't think it reduces the effects of the scoliosis itself,although her mother once told me about some treatment(don't know what it is honestly) that may slow down its effects but not heal it unfortunately.The worst years from what I've seen were 2012-2013 where she was suffering the most.She married in 2016 and by that time she was in a much better condition.Anyways she's such a nice person...and her disease never seemed to prevent her from enjoying life
jdkdlsk said on 12/Nov/20
6ft1
Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 11/Nov/20
@Tunman
But do pain killers reduce the effects of scoliosis itself though? Don't they just relieve the pain? Regardless, I hope she gets better.
viper said on 11/Nov/20
From what I'm reading it's Dominion machines changing votes.

It's pretty fishy that Trump won 99 percent of the bellwether counties that vote for the winner.

If this goes to the Supreme court Trump may win
mmaFan2020 said on 11/Nov/20
@Viper there is no proof of fraud yet, just baseless claims as of this moment.
Editor Rob
this story was barely mentioned.

But one thing is true, to me there was fraud on Trump's Medical Certificate when he had his height listed 6ft 3.
Arch Stanton said on 11/Nov/20
Mickie said on 11/Nov/20
@arch - there is something about that guy's face though that reminds me a lot of Rudy Giulani. I see what you mean about him looking like a Trump, but I totally see a resemblance in the mouth/jaw that reminds me strongly of Rudy. Interesting how genetics can work.

Yeah the horse-like teeth/mouth are very similar, that was the only thing which gave the game away. There's a big amount of possibilities with genetics I guess. He could certainly pass for Trump family.
Jourdan said on 11/Nov/20
I think he's a solid 6ft right now (1.83), at his peak 6ft 2. He's always been shown just and inch shorter than Obama
Mickie said on 11/Nov/20
@arch - there is something about that guy's face though that reminds me a lot of Rudy Giulani. I see what you mean about him looking like a Trump, but I totally see a resemblance in the mouth/jaw that reminds me strongly of Rudy. Interesting how genetics can work.
Tunman said on 11/Nov/20
@Christian
She certainly undergoes physical therapy,yeah but she told me about some pain killers,thanks to which she can live a normal enough life,although the worst thing according to her is that she has to keep a low weight because her back can't support much pressure.Ultimately that could explain why someone like Kurt Cobain was so thin and why he was heroin addict probably that he sought it as some form of self-medication,but really I'm not a specialist so can't speak that much in that field
Andrea said on 11/Nov/20
Hey Lorneee, glad to see you back! I wondered what happened to you more than once. What's up? I'm sorry to hear about your health, I hope thing are and will get better.
Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 11/Nov/20
@Lorne
You already have arthritis at 30?
Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 11/Nov/20
@Tunman
By "medicine", you mean physical therapy?
Slim 6'1" said on 10/Nov/20
He’s sub 184cm today
Gabe (5-11 3/4) said on 10/Nov/20
@viper

Nope. Election definitely over. Overturning one state would be huge and would involve an unprecedented amount of ballots to be thrown out. But you’d need to overturn several which is a pipe-dream, especially considering there is zero evidence.
And yes, Trump is definitely under 6’1. Good call.
J2Frenzy said on 10/Nov/20
@Canson the average height is similar in the UK. I can look over the heads of about half the blokes I meet
Tunman said on 10/Nov/20
@Canson
I was speaking of youngsters like 18-30 so I guess it must be rather a solid 5'9.5-9.75 right?I don't think black people are that much shorter than whites,perhaps a fraction,hispanics however are certainly going to lower significantly the average in California or Texas,Florida but maybe you can confirm that if you went to those states?Also I guess the average in US isn't going to change that much,perhaps even is going to drop with the arrival of migrants of poorer countries(mainly south Americans)
Tunman said on 10/Nov/20
@Lorne
I Hope you'll be fine.Scoliosis is quite terrible,I have a cousin who suffers from that same disease although her medicine seems to reduce a little the effects.What's surprising is that by the age of 24 she probably lost around 3-4cm(from 167-8 peak).Last time I saw her (now aged 32)she didn't seem to have lost much still looking 163-4
Canson said on 10/Nov/20
@Tunman: 5’9” would probably be the best case for a male and could be right at that. I know Christian lives on the opposite end of the US and he’s of the same opinion. Then Greg lives outside Philadelphia about 150 miles north of me, and he feels the same.

Oh You’re talking youngsters? I was looking more at a whole. Which age group specifically?
viper said on 9/Nov/20
Willes190 said on 8/Nov/20
I would just like to thank the president for everything he’s done, and wish him and his family all the best in the future.


With the fraud they are uncovering, this may not be over
Tunman said on 9/Nov/20
@Vincent Caleb
Ok,no problem,you're welcome and I didn't feel insulted anyways.Although I reckon that some of my recent posts here may have been unpopular with some people I just felt at that particular time no one would have objected to turn the conversation more to the political side but I could have been wrong.
Ultimately I wasn't even commenting his achievements (some of which must have been positive to get 71 M votes) but just pointing to his personality which most would agree doesn't leave anybody indifferent.
@Canson
A bit under 5'9?Quite surprising for the capital but I trust your judgement.Out of curiosity,which region do you believe has the highest average?I could be wrong,but I would expect the north eastern part has the highest one since it's a quite wealthy area and has only a small share of Hispanics.The Mountain states and the central parts (great plains)although rural must also have a high average since the difference between rural and urban areas in a developed country will be rather small and people are mostly of European descent(amerindians won't bring it down by much imo).I feel the shortest region must be the southern one(although possibly slightly higher in some large cities like Los Angeles,Miami)
Having visited NYC in 2014 I could have thought the average was like 5'10-10.5 for youngsters,your opinion?
Lorne??? said on 9/Nov/20
Haha Rob. He has thrown the challenge flag. He wants all votes received after Election Day discounted, and he got multiple Supreme Court pics, some are acting like the Supreme Court should overrule a legitimate election; of course I unfortunately live in a very conservative area where they probably do not know what LGBT stands for 😎

I think 183-184 today, NO, he does not wear freakin' 2.5-3.5 inch MASSIVE heels, that was a silly comment 😜

@ Tunman: My Health went bad around 5 years ago, I am now taking medicine and things are better though it is still rough


BTW, ROB, I have Scioloisis and have lost about half an inch at age 30, so it definitely has an effect; I knew a few years ago had lost a fraction and it has grown.

Will I lose a lot or is this just early loss from spine settling?

(I also have arthritis)...
Editor Rob
That's interesting you seem to have lost a cm or so. Maybe worth looking into some exercise to help the spine and see if it's recoverable.
Canson said on 9/Nov/20
@Arch Stanton: yes the comment about every election having glitches is true I’m sure. I recall 2000 was the worst. Not to make it political but I think he’s the worst president this country has ever seen. So much racial division etc along with the obvious with the pandemic
Arch Stanton said on 9/Nov/20
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@Rob, if you looked at that guy, if I told you it was Trump's son it's easily believable right? Apparently it's the dark haired, darker skinned, Italian American Rudy Giulani's son! Click Here him in his prime)? Trump plays golf with him very regularly and he throws tantrums if he loses. Sound familiar? It reminds me of Ronan Farrow, could it be Woody or Frank? Mmm.
Editor Rob
Yeah he could pass for a relation of Trump
Canson said on 9/Nov/20
@Tunman: I’d say for the area I’m in (right outside of the Nation’s capital) 5’9” is about average for a male. Maybe even a bit under 5’9” when considering Washington DC
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 9/Nov/20
Rob, how tall do you think Donald's dad was peak?

You'll find that he was in his 70's and 80's when these were taken
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This is him in 1941 aged 36 so at peak obviously. Tallest one there
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I mean I wonder if Arch has a point...could he have been similar to Donald peak?
Canson said on 9/Nov/20
@Tunman: there have been comments from all over the place here. Some good and bad. Point I was making is hypocrisy of certain posters.

Yep I’m from Virginia
Canson said on 9/Nov/20
@Vincent: I wasn’t accusing you of being a hypocrite. Just to make that clear!
Vincent Caleb said on 8/Nov/20
@Canson:
When I said that I agreed with willes190, I think he was more talking about some of the trolls, like the MAGA dude in the comments. I am not sure if he was calling out Tunman, but I don’t really take issue with Tunman’s comments too much. A couple political comments are going to be expected on this page, and I have made a few small ones here and there, but I do think some of the comments are a bit ridiculous. I didn’t mean anything to be directed to you @Tunman.
Willes190 said on 8/Nov/20
I would just like to thank the president for everything he’s done, and wish him and his family all the best in the future.
Arch Stanton said on 8/Nov/20
Arch Stanton said on 7/Nov/20

@Arch: I respect you and your opinion but that’s actually not completely true. Trump had gone out and called out the entire process as being cheated etc without proof so nothing Biden has done is any worse. Not to mention, a few votes being off isn’t going to substantiate Trump’s claim or influence the overall result.

What's not completely true?? I know very well what trump has done and I never said Biden did anything worse. I'm saying that glitches in software were reported in Michigan and Georgia so its not a perfect system, BUT even if they were intentional it clearly wouldn't be enough to effect the election. What I'm saying is that no election goes without at least some problematic votes (on both sides) and some having to be thrown out, and that even if some votes were illegitimate it would be highly unlikely it would be on the scale of 5 million extra votes/invalid votes.
Tunman said on 8/Nov/20
@Viper
Yeah,and even in celebheights votes actually (801 vs 348)
viper said on 7/Nov/20
Trump easily surpasses Obama votes

Who would have ever thought that?
J2Frenzy said on 7/Nov/20
Well at least we don’t have to worry about lies on his physical!
Tunman said on 7/Nov/20
@Canson
Well,to be fair if Rob wants to delete my last 2 posts it's up to him to do that,I wouldn't lose any sleep about it.I'm just assuming that as long as I don't insult or troll there's no problem about introducing some political comments well at least for that particular period.3 years ago he already erased one of my posts on that very same page,probably the only one he did so far and I perfectly understood at that time,but now?everyone's commenting.
Imo,the thing that kept this site working for so long is the friendly atmosphere Rob managed to put and keep among visitors as well as some commentors who like to joke,tell personal details and so,up to anyone to ignore them if that's what he/she wants.
Btw it seems you're from the US,from what state and what is the average there?
Vincent Caleb said on 7/Nov/20
@Canson:
A few political jabs that are subtle are things that I have done before, but I never made and entire comment on foreign policy. I was not trying to be a hypocrite, but I just agreed that a couple of the comments were pretty much entirely political commentary. There have even been comments accusing Rob of getting paid by George Soros for putting Trump at these heights.
Canson said on 7/Nov/20
I can believe the drivers license height and weight in his prime. If he wasn’t 6’2 flat he was just under (afternoon). But today his weight is clearly exaggerated not to mention the fact he grew an inch from his peak when he’s lost a couple inches 1-2 in reality
Canson said on 7/Nov/20
Arch Stanton said on 7/Nov/20
To be fair there is a genuine video of a governor of a Michigan county admitting a few thousand votes wrongly went to Biden and it being a "glitch in the software" which they had to correct and give back to Trump. There may well be some sus votes in there but provide evidence first and don't claim to win when you don't know what outstanding legitimate votes say!!

Mary Trump likely had a very tall father, tall women tend to have tall fathers. Trump's father looked abou 6 ft in later years but may well have been a similar height peak, Trump could have ended up 6'4 like Eric.

@Arch: I respect you and your opinion but that’s actually not completely true. Trump had gone out and called out the entire process as being cheated etc without proof so nothing Biden has done is any worse. Not to mention, a few votes being off isn’t going to substantiate Trump’s claim or influence the overall result.
Arch Stanton said on 7/Nov/20
To be fair there is a genuine video of a governor of a Michigan county admitting a few thousand votes wrongly went to Biden and it being a "glitch in the software" which they had to correct and give back to Trump. There may well be some sus votes in there but provide evidence first and don't claim to win when you don't know what outstanding legitimate votes say!!

Mary Trump likely had a very tall father, tall women tend to have tall fathers. Trump's father looked abou 6 ft in later years but may well have been a similar height peak, Trump could have ended up 6'4 like Eric.
Canson said on 7/Nov/20
@Vincent: that’s the hypocrisy I’ve been talking about. That’s disrespectful calling out Tunman as many times as he’s brought up aspects of politics here and been way out in left
Canson said on 7/Nov/20
If someone has done something (the same or almost the same thing) they accuse someone else of doing or the same thing they’re getting on someone else about doing, they are not qualified to critique them
Dom5'11.5 said on 7/Nov/20
@dan riley Their Height difference ain't really obvious, its less than an inch. When they stood together during the debate I thought they were around the same height, wouldn't say the same for someone much smaller
Slim 6'1" said on 6/Nov/20
He’s shrunk to 183cm range today
Vincent Caleb said on 6/Nov/20
@Willes190: Agreed.
Macleod said on 6/Nov/20
Just thought I’d point out Donald’s mother was 5’8” which was very Very tall for a working class British woman of her generation. Most of that generation (of poor) were small including the men. My grandfather a MacLeod from neighbouring Skye was 5’3”.
Editor Rob
Biden's Mother was 5ft 2, at least he mentioned it once before.
dan riley said on 6/Nov/20
With a probable Joe Biden victory over Donald Trump, this will mark one of the few times in history that the shorter man (thought not by much in this case) beat out the taller.
Tunman said on 6/Nov/20
"Ref, blow the whistle, game over man"

But Biden in the last minute is now 4-3 up...

Well,in fact in view of all the pollings which unlike 2016 never put him ahead of Biden not only in popular votes but even in electoral college,Biden's victory was quite likely.

If I had to draw a comparison in sports it would be rather like an escape group in cycling calling for the race to stop 10kms before the real end because they know they won't make it.When seeing the first results especially in Pennsylvania it was obvious Mail-in votes were not counted yet as there's no way he could have lead by over 600,000 votes in such a disputed state.
Such a pathetic image he's giving of himself,acting just like in dictatorships,contesting,attempting to create tensions...He's just the kind of man whose ego forbids from recognizing they could be wrong or could lose...I don't expect him to change his tone until the bitter end.
I wonder if someone did confront him with that pic of him and that 6'2 dude...I bet he would claim he's still 6'3 and the pic is a fake one
Ambitious98 said on 6/Nov/20
Hey Rob, I was wondering how tall do you think King Abdullah II and his son Prince Hussein?
Editor Rob
the King can look barely 5ft 5
Vincent Caleb said on 6/Nov/20
If he gets re-elected(idk what is happening with the electoral collage)will you give him a small downgrade sometime while he is in office?
Editor Rob
Within 2 years I doubt he'll be over 6ft.
Willes190 said on 6/Nov/20
@Rob: Please filter the comments on this page. I think many comments are getting out of hand. Tunman clearly stepped out of line by bringing up foreign policy. Others are bringing up the electoral college, when they cannot even begin to understand the brilliance behind it...
Lorne??? said on 6/Nov/20
Rob, a LOT of Americans were pissed he lost the popular vote by 3 million + and acted like it was a huge victory


He is now losing by 4 million...
Editor Rob
Well, he did think at one point he might be the winner as it was trending and he was favourite, but those mail-in ballots helped Biden surge towards the end.

Trump was up 3-1 at the 75 minute mark.

"Ref, blow the whistle, game over man"

But Biden in the last minute is now 4-3 up...

Trump is calling for a replay and VAR to be instigated.

As for height, for a measurement I do still think he might creep over 6ft range, how much exactly is debatable now.
Tunman said on 6/Nov/20
@Lorne
Hi,man!Nice to see you're back!I guess it's been at least 5 years since you didn't post

As to what you said,it's really interesting,you're really confirming what I thought (government and people being 2 different things),having been to New York in 2014 people were really nice to me there and I guess it would be the same in any place in America as long as one doesn't make trouble.
As to your system,I can agree that popular vote is better although your current system was definitely good back to the late 18th Century and the political situation that prevailed just after the independance,but then I'm really not the one who can give democracy lessons since ours (if ever you can call it one) is just synonymous to chaos.
Tall In The Saddle said on 6/Nov/20
Is it possible for him to apply for and obtain an injunction forbidding any further online guesses re his peak height lest the average fall below 6'2"? The more recent "Campaign" for 6'3" obviously failed, being duly treated as fake news.

Of course, in the spirit of true democracy, I would guess the injunction would include a "special" caveat that would still allow for any further individual guesses that are at least equal to or preferably in excess of the current average estimate.
gigantes said on 6/Nov/20
The official estimate here is probably well off the mark based on modern evidence, such as the below analysis. What hasn't been taken in to account is that Trump is wearing lifts, causing his chronic forward-leaning stance. Even with said lifts, he still only hits about 6'1/2." Given that the lifts add about 2-3", his real height is almost certainly well under six feet, possibly as low as 5'10".

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Editor Rob
I'd be embarrassed if I wrote this:

"His added 2.5–3.5 inch heel-height causes him to lean forward"

It would mean my analysis was based on not knowing how much height lifts or elevators actually give.

Now I've done videos Showing actual height from a big elevator...which is massive compared to Trump's normal shoe (plus whatever small lift you can fit inside).

You get close to 2.3 inches and the heel is HUGE, the insert very high too.

If Trump has any lifts, he won't be gaining much more than an extra half inch on top of his shoe heel itself, which from what I've seen is rarely over 1 inch.
Lorne??? said on 5/Nov/20
Hey Rob! Been awhile

Ftr, I truly hope Trump does not retain presidential post; the man is out of his mind.

Is he making people hate Anerica or do other countries realize it is not our fault?

He lost the popular vote - He should never have been elected in the modern age

Rob, do you agree that the electoral College is outdated and pointless?

Oh and I think he will pull out a 192cm claim if he manages to win every remaining State (which he would have to do to win)

😎
Editor Rob
We are used to the UK system, I think it works and Americans are used to their system.
Canson said on 5/Nov/20
@Tall in the Saddle: LOL agreed!
Tunman said on 5/Nov/20
Well,if he loses which certainly will be the case,as far as I'm concerned I don't expect Biden's policies towards arab states to be better,but one can't deny this dude beats records in terms of arrogance narcissism,when I once described him as "despicable" in front of an american citizen (clearly a democrat)he told me no better word could summarize his character but then it's only my opinion and although many admit he did help US economy,it would have been interesting to see the repercussions on the long term,but obviously that's not something he cared about.In the end of the day one may definitely like or dislike US government for its policies but NOT ITS PEOPLE,that's 2 different things don't get me wrong
Tall In The Saddle said on 5/Nov/20
@Canson

6'3.5" for a properly qualified "shoeless" Eric sounds good. Hahah.
Canson said on 4/Nov/20
@Arch Stanton: anything can happen. It’s not over yet. Remember the year 2016. I’m not into politics like that but as an American, I don’t believe he’s a good fit as Commander and Chief, either. As a business man, he has shown mixed results, I’ll say that much. But he has had success. And Remember how Ronald Reagan got his start in the White House from the entertainment field
Canson said on 4/Nov/20
@Tall in the Saddle and Vincent Caleb: I’ve always had Eric at 6’3.5”. Lol his wife gave it away when she said “shoeless” in regards to her own height
J2Frenzy said on 4/Nov/20
If Trump claims 6’3, I’m 6’5 and Rob is 5’10!
Arch Stanton said on 4/Nov/20
Haha, you can't blame his recent statement on the media though! Most of the ballot votes left are urban constituencies, he knows he lost.. As a businessman, entertainer, celebrity I think he's fine, but I don't think it's healthy for a man like him to be running a country even if its unusual to see somebody in power keep their promises. Obama even if he has the gift of the gab and failed to keep his promises at least has the redeeming qualities of a president. Might be down to 5'11 be the end of his protest haha!
Vibram said on 4/Nov/20
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Trump with a 5'9 flat Prince Charles. He looks bang on 6'0 1/2 there. I would say 6'1 3/4 to 6'2 was his peak height from the the late 1960's to late 90's/early-mid 2000's. His 6'3 claim is obviously with shoes aged in his 30's.
Slim 6'1" said on 3/Nov/20
I think peak he was a flat 6’2” not 187cm
FriedChicken said on 3/Nov/20
Trump went to my state (wisconsin) in a rally and i took the opportunity to go (though admittedly, I'm neutral on both politicians). From what i seen of him he isn't over this current listing. 6'0" flat is lowest I'd go. He doesn't strike me as much taller than my 6'0" uncle if even.
Public Enemy said on 3/Nov/20
@Arch Stanton
Yes I like Trump too. Peak 6’2 . Current 6’1/4.
Editor Rob
Wonder if he wins, what height he will have on his next medical. My odds are on 6ft3!
Canson said on 3/Nov/20
@POV: I think if he wasn’t a legit 6’2” peak height that he was a very strong 187cm range guy at minimum. Something like 6’1.75” worst case meaning 6’2.5 out of bed. I could also see 189.5-190 out of bed and 188 peak
pov said on 3/Nov/20
I personally think he was 6'1.5 peak, never a full 6'2. Probably a 6'2 measurement with shoes on. He's lost a lot of height for someone who hasn't exactly had a hard life. Probably diet and lifestyle.
Slim 6'1@ said on 3/Nov/20
I’m confident he’s shrunk to 183.5CM today
Juan Tavez said on 2/Nov/20
Dana White listed at 5ft 10 ¼ cm looks as tall as Donald in this video

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Canson said on 2/Nov/20
@Vincent: I’m curious to see. He may end up stopping early but I see minimum solid or strong 6’5 if not 6’6
Arch Stanton said on 2/Nov/20
Tall In The Saddle said on 1/Nov/20
@Vincent Caleb

If someone was interested enough (I'm not, LOL), they could dig back on photos to possibly get a gauge on what age Eric hit his current height for a possible hint as to Barron's potential. But then they only share half parentage in terms of their gene pool and Melanie has some inches on Ivana. I suppose there's also the general uplift in height with each new generation to throw into the mix. Maybe anyone's guess as to his ultimate height.

Genes are extremely complex, siblings can often look radically different and siblings and half siblings can radically range in heights, look at the Sutherland brothers. I suspect Melania comes from a family with very tall men, countries like Slovenia and Croatia ovften have very tall men. Trump did say "he's tall" in a humorous way you would if you were talking about Peter Crouch, I think he is aware he's likely going to end up a similar height!
Arch Stanton said on 2/Nov/20
When you spend a bit of time following the elections and actually seeing what Trump is presenting it becomes very obvious that the media cherry pick everything dumb Trump says or does and ignore the good things he does. I really think the media and big tech are largely to blame for the world's negative perception of Trump. Yes, he doesn't help himself at times with his twitter attacks and failure to set an example in conduct but there is a very good reason why half of America are still going to vote for him. Yes he's an egostistical t*t and lies or bends the truth a lot, clearly has narcisstic personality disorder but he's undeniably charismatic and genuinely seems to care about improving the country. But he's missing that the world is more than just America and that attacking the opposition and other countries exacerbates division between people, which reduces the power and respect that the US has intertationally. America and the world is more divided than ever before.

I'm not at all impressed with sleepy Joe and in normal circumstances I think Trump would be more convincing even if I agree with Biden on the environment being important, the problem is that the world right now is unstable and it needs somebody stable and boring in power, not somebody with a character like Trump. The election looks ominous, there's going to be protests whoever gets in I think, but if Trump gets in I can imagine the west and east coasts starting a civil war. It will be interesting to see what happens, it is a massively important event I think, what happens now or doesn't happen could be the difference between a big war in the future.

Trump looks noticeably taller than Piers Morgan, not sure when their last photo was taken. Trump also looked noticeably taller than Tiger Woods, he can still look around 6'1 at times IMO.
Tall In The Saddle said on 1/Nov/20
@Vincent Caleb

If someone was interested enough (I'm not, LOL), they could dig back on photos to possibly get a gauge on what age Eric hit his current height for a possible hint as to Barron's potential. But then they only share half parentage in terms of their gene pool and Melanie has some inches on Ivana. I suppose there's also the general uplift in height with each new generation to throw into the mix. Maybe anyone's guess as to his ultimate height.
Nik J Ashton said on 1/Nov/20
@ J2Frenzy - It wouldn't wash if he said this in front of Rob Paul!
Roots4828 said on 1/Nov/20
In the presidential debate using the Declaration of Independence behind both the candidates as a point of reference Trump looked half an inch taller than Biden.
FriedChicken said on 1/Nov/20
Yeah Eric definitely needs a downgrade. Like 6'3.5, never looks the full 6'4" with trump.
Canson said on 1/Nov/20
@Slim 6’1: I don’t rule out 184 yet but 183 is possible
Vincent Caleb said on 1/Nov/20
@ Tall in the saddle: I also have Eric trump at more like 192 cm, and Barron at 6-4.5 to 6-5. Possibly 195 cm. Imo trump may be 6’ 1/4” still, but he has been looking nearer 6’0” a lot lately. My guess for Barrons peak height is 6-6 to 6-9, but I am not sure how accurate that may be. I also am not quite sure why Big Rob thinks Barron is shorter than Eric since he has a edge of an easy inch on Eric on stage. I also agree that Barron may be deliberately slouching due to his extreme height for his age.
Slim 6'1@ said on 31/Oct/20
183cm range today
Tall In The Saddle said on 31/Oct/20
@Vincent Caleb

I like it when someone brings solid images and or vision (evidence) to the table. Though standing well apart, I would say that Barron does appear to edge Eric and, in that particular vision, Barron is holding a bit more height in potential due to imperfect posture. Eric is the wild card. He is possibly more like 6'3.5" than 6'4" and I don't know how much Eric's estimated height is based on how he stands relative to Donald Trump who is, IMO, now barely scratching above 6'. In other words, if some still overestimate Donald's height, they will also relatively overestimate Eric's height. Based on what we have, perhaps a range of 6'4.5" to 6'5" is fairest for Barron. At Barron's age, we may see some deliberate slouching so as to not stand out too much.
J2Frenzy said on 31/Oct/20
@Rob a head taller than his father? Do you think Barron will be 6’10?
Editor Rob
Trump might be 5ft 11-11.5 by the time barron turns 18, I'm sure Trump will be calling him 6ft 10 by then, he'll still be claiming 6ft 3!

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