|Net Worth:||$2 Billion|
|Real Name:||Donald John Trump|
|Born:||June 14, 1946|
|Age:||75 years old|
|Height:||6ft & 3in / 1.9m|
|Astrological Sign:||Gemini ♊|
|Home Town:||New York, New York, United States|
|Most Famous For:||Business & Politics|
President Donald Trump is a reality TV show celebrity, a real estate mogul, and the current president of the United States. While he stepped aside from the Trump Organization, he is widely known as its figurehead and will likely return when his tenure as president is complete.
What Is Donald Trump’s Net Worth?
Donald Trump is estimated to be worth about $3.1 billion and is the first billionaire to be elected president of the USA. He was born wealthy and inherited a great deal of money from his father’s business empire. Over the years Trump has claimed to be much richer than the Forbes list actually reveals once all of his assets and wealth is measured.
How Does Donald Trump Earn His Money?
Trump has publicly refused to take the standard salary offered to the president of the US and continues to draw on his own wealth. His income these days is residual earnings that come from his investments and extensive real estate portfolio. In addition, he receives revenue from the businesses that are part of his portfolio.
Donald Trump’s House & Real Estate Details
Trump currently lives in the White House with his son and wife, but he owns lavish mansions all over the US.
Before his presidency, his major residence was a three-level penthouse at the top of the Trump Tower in NYC. As of 2019, his primary residence is listed as the exclusive club Mar-a-Lago in Florida.
Inside Donald Trump’s Multi Car Garage
Prior to his presidency, Trump had a penchant for luxury cars and owned dozens.
Some of his most notable include a 2011 Chevy Camaro Indy 500 Pace Car, a 2004 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, a Tesla Roadster which is likely a collection piece since Trump has never been seen driving it, a 2015 Mercedes-Benz S600, and a Maybach 57S.
Vacations Donald Trump Style!
These days when Trump wants to get away he heads down his golf club in Florida Mar-a-Lago. He has not taken many vacations since becoming the president of the US but routinely heads down to Florida for the weekend to unwind and get away from the stress of DC.