Lifestyle Donald Trump turns 70: Birthday gifts for the presidential candidate By Emily Schienvar firstname.lastname@example.org Updated June 14, 2016 1:23 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email For the man who has everything, what kind of gift is worthy? Donald Trump turns 70 on June 14, 2016. We picked out some gifts for the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee. Here are a few things he might need or enjoy. An American flag Photo Credit: Getty Images / Emmanuel Dunand Trump's former butler, Tony Senecal, said of Trump in a March interview on CNN, "The man was born on Flag Day. He's a very patriotic person and he wants what's best for this country." Never mind that Flag Day wasn't made into a holiday until 1949 -- three years after Trump's birth. With that much patriotism, what better gift for the potential future leader of the free world is there? A thesaurus Photo Credit: Merriam-Webster Politics columnist Andrew Malcolm wrote on Twitter, "Donald Trump turns 70 on 6/14, Flag Day. Don't know what to get him. A thesaurus maybe?" merriam-webster.com This wig Photo Credit: Amazon / Kangaroo Trump's hair has been the subject of equal parts fascination and ridicule for years. Saturday Night Live sketches have been written about it. Many have sought to uncover its origins. Is it a toupee? Was it surgically implanted? Is it real? Whatever it might be, this wig seems to be fuller than what Trump currently sports. amazon.com The Drumpfinator Photo Credit: Drumpfinator In a February segment of HBO's "Last Week Tonight," comedian John Oliver revealed Trump's true heritage: His family name was changed from "Drumpf" in moving to America. "To quote Donald Trump, he should be proud of his heritage," Oliver said in the clip. And to truly experience that kind of familial pride, Trump should download the Google Chrome browser add-on that changes every instance of "Trump" into "Drumpf." chrome.google.com The SelfControl app Photo Credit: SelfControl For a man who tends to be a little trigger happy when it comes to social media posts, this app might be just what he needs. The SelfControl app will block its user from accessing set websites -- like Twitter -- for a set amount of time -- perhaps immediately following important events -- and it cannot be circumvented before the timer runs out. selfcontrolapp.com One of Jeb Bush’s pocket turtles Photo Credit: Amazon / Ganz Yes, a man who was on the Republican primary ballots until late February reportedly keeps small toy turtles in his pockets to remind passersby of the old idiom "slow and steady wins the race." Trump, who showed there was no love lost between Bush and himself throughout the primary season, might change his tune upon receiving one of these tiny gifts. amazon.com By Emily Schienvar email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Funny, bizarre political giftsTrump the gift-giving competition with these weird, funny political presents. Tour Trump's NY, from his Queens roots to his Manhattan skyscrapersBorn in Queens, Trump's life used to revolve around New York City. Celebrities who support RepublicansSarah Palin, Phil Robertson and more celebrities are endorsing Republicans. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.