NEW YORK CITY-Donald Trump might be more of a household namenowadays because of his reality television fame, but commercialreal estate is what first put him in the public eye. Now he ismaking his name in politics in a big way.

Trump came in second place in a poll rating potential Republicanpresidential candidates. The poll, conducted by the Wall StreetJournal and NBC News, put former Massachusetts Gov. MittRomney in first place, with 21% of the vote. Trump was tied withformer Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee with 17%. The vote puts Trumpahead of the much-discussed Sarah Palin, former Alaska governor andvice presidential candidate, who garnered 10%, and House SpeakerNewt Gingrich, who got 11%.

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