Donald Trump was the first billionaire to enter the White House when he became the 45th president. Forbes estimates he is worth $2.5 billion, with a real estate empire that includes Mar-a-Lago in Florida. Other assets he controls include hotels, office buildings and golf courses. Something is loading.
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Donald Trump went from real estate mogul to reality TV star before being elected the 45th president of the United States.
Worth $2.5 billion, according to a Forbes tally of all assets Trump owns, he is the first billionaire to enter the White House.
Trump’s fortune comes primarily from his real estate and hotel businesses.
Recently, Trump was ordered to pay E. Jean Carroll $5 million in damages. A Manhattan jury unanimously found Trump responsible for sexually abusing longtime Elle magazine columnist in the 1990s, and that he defamed her by denying it.
This is what Trump’s portfolio of golf courses, luxury cars, hotels, yachts, a vineyard and planes looks like.
Katie Canales and Katie Warren contributed to an earlier version of this article.