What makes Trump, Trump? His genes play a large role in who he is, just as they do for all of us. Now you can find out if you have genes in-common with Trump. The answer may surprise you!
This DNA analysis app compares your genes to the Trump family tree and determines if you're likely related to Donald Trump.
The Trump family tree has a lot of branches and there are many distant relatives who are related to Trump but don't know it.
Could you possibly share the same genes as Trump? Find out now with this free app.
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Sequencing is a privately owned company in the USA founded by Dr. Brandon Colby MD, a medical geneticist and the author of Outsmart Your Genes. We are the world's largest platform for your DNA including DNA analysis apps, genetic reports, DNA tests, and genome sequencing services.
Sequencing.com is not involved in politics. While some may hate him and others love him, we don't have an opinion or an agenda regarding Donald Trump. Instead, we've only focused on what we do best: analyzing your genes and providing you with interesting information based upon your DNA.
As with all of our DNA analysis apps and reports, you'll receive straightforward insights about your genes that are backed by science.
This app is compatible with most DNA tests including 23andMe, AncestryDNA, and MyHeritage.
Once your DNA data is stored in your Sequencing.com account, click the app's 'Start' button. You'll receive your results in about 20 minutes.
This app is based on the science of genetic genealogy. The analysis to determine if you're related to Donald Trump is based on evaluating maternal inheritance patterns using mitochondrial DNA data, paternal inheritance patterns using Y chromosome DNA data, and the more general autosomal inheritance pattern using autosomal DNA data.
Maternal haplogroups are determined by analyzing DNA data on the mitochondrial chromosome, also known as the MT or M chromosome. The mitochondrial chromosome is passed from mother to child with little genetic change. The different versions are known as maternal haplogroups and are assigned different letters of the alphabet.
Paternal haplogroups are determined by analyzing DNA data on the Y chromosome. The Y chromosome is passed from father to son with little genetic change. The different versions are known as paternal haplogroups and are assigned different letters of the alphabet.
Autosomal DNA refers to chromosomes 1-22. One copy of each of these chromosomes is inherited from the mother and one copy from the father. Because of this, our autosomal DNA is a mixture of DNA from our parents. This mixture of autosomal DNA can also be used to determine details about recent ancestors from several generations ago.
The picture at the top of this page shows three generations of Trump: Frederick Trump, Donald's grandfather, Fred Trump, Donald's father, and Donald Trump.
The picture below shows the most recent branches of the Trump family tree.
While many of our DNA analysis apps and reports provide useful information about protecting your health, we also have many that provide insights about your ancestry and family tree. This app is one of our fun ancestry apps. It's the first in our 'Are You Related To Anyone Famous' series. You'll soon be able to find out if you're related to many other famous people in-addition to Trump.
Sequencing's Education Center provides ongoing coverage of the latest DNA discoveries that may impact your life. For example, you can learn about the role of your genes in determining your risk of medication side effects.
If you're more interested in pop culture, check out the Sequencing Blog. Our blog provides up-to-date insights about how DNA relates to beauty, nutrition, lifestyle, and other aspects of your life that can now be personalized to your genes.
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