Donald Hagenwald was the 49th President of the United States of America, as well as a two-time Governor of Illinois. He also served as the first Leader of the United Allies of the World. His official political career lasted from 2027 until 2087 for a total of 60 years. He also was a businessman, founder/owner of Politics of America, a company that goes around the country teaching high schoolers about politics and careers in politics, and he was an activist. He is generally considered one of the greatest and most succesfull American politicians in history.
EARLY LIFE- BEFORE RUNING FOR GOVERNOREdit
Donald James Hagenwald was born on August 9, 1998 in DeKalb, IL. He lived in Park Forest, IL for almost 15 years. He was bullied in elementary school, and it turned to depression and suicidal thoughts- even attempting to hang himself in 8th grade. He attended Luther East High School and Illinois Lutheran High School f all 4 years. He graduated with an A+ in social studies all 4 years. He went to Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, MI. After graduating, he went back to Chicago and started Politics of America. He saved $3 million, bought a piece of land in Lansing, IL, and built the modern day Tabernacle. He worked with the Chicago Fire Soccer Club to make an annual "Celebrity Fire Game" in which celebrity Fire fans play against eachother in a soccer gae, and the 2 managers are current players. The first game was held on November 24, 2023 in Toyota Park. Donald played, scoring 2 goals and getting an assist to be named MVP of the game that "Red Fire" won 3-0 over "White Fire." Donald played in all games in 2025 and 2026. He was the MVP in both matches in 2025 and the March 15 game in 2026. He was on the list for the MLS' first ever "Celebrity Cup" which was to be held from August 1 through August 5, 2025. He scored 5 goals along with 3 assists as the Fire won the cup over Los Angeles Galaxy by a score of 1-0. Donald won the MVP title with those 5 goals and 3 assists, also being the only person to score in the final. He was listed as Chicago's 48th most powerful man in 2025 by the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun Times.
2026 GUBERNATORIAL RACEEdit
Donald Hagenwald announced his intentions to run for Governor of Illinois on June 21, 2025, at an anti-bullying rally. In a poll on January 1, 2026, Donald led all Republican candidates by about 20%. He won the primary with 42% of the vote. He then won the election with 59% of the vote.