Trump's fortune mainly stems from his property-and-hospitality businesses.
On Wednesday New York's attorney general filed a sweeping civil suit against Trump, his business, and his three eldest children. Letitia James said Trump "falsely inflated his net worth by billions of dollars" and "repeatedly and persistently manipulated the value of assets to induce banks to lend money to the Trump Organization."
Here's what Trump's portfolio of golf courses, luxury cars, hotels, yachts, a vineyard, and aircraft looks like.
Katie Canales and Katie Warren contributed reporting to a previous version of this article.
Donald Trump, 76, is worth an estimated $ 3 billion, according to Forbes, after falling by $ 1 billion during the pandemic. His holdings include several golf courses, hotels, luxury cars, yachts, a vineyard, planes, and helicopters.
The former president's fortune peaked in 2016, when he was worth an estimated $ 4.5 billion.
His wealth is centered around his commercial-real-estate holdings, which were worth an estimated $ 1.9 billion before the COVID-19 pandemic and after deducting debt, per Forbes.
While running for the presidency, Trump spent $ 66 million of his own money to help fund his campaign, according to campaign-finance disclosures examined by Reuters.
Trump was the first billionaire to become a US president and donated his annual salary of $ 400,000.
Trump's New York City properties account for more than $ 1 billion of his net worth, per Forbes.
Revenue sources include licensing, branding, golf resorts, and the Central Park ice-skating rink.
Trump owns properties in Palm Beach, Florida, including Trump Grande, Trump Tower Sunny Isles, and Trump Hollywood, according to the Trump Organization's website. They are worth an estimated $ 25 million, according to Forbes.
Aside from his real-estate portfolio, Trump has a penchant for aircraft and luxury cars. He owns five aircraft and a variety of cars, from a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud to a Mercedes-Benz 3600, according to The Washington Post.
Trump bought his Boeing 727 — nicknamed "Trump Force One" during his 2016 election campaign — from billionaire Paul Allen in 2010 for $ 100 million. The aircraft costs thousands of dollars an hour to fly, per The New York Times.
In 2013, Trump spent $ 60,000 to buy a portrait of himself by the artist William Quigley. In 2019, Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, accused him of paying for it with money from the Donald J. Trump Foundation charity.
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