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Trump made $434 million in 2018

05/21/2019
Graphic News

May 21, 2019 -- President Donald Trump reported income of at least $434 million in 2018, down slightly on the previous year when he said he made at least $450m.

President Donald Trump earned at least $434 million in 2018, according to his annual financial disclosure, including $41 million in revenue from his hotel in Washington, D.C., just minutes away from the White House.

Since assuming office, Trump has maintained his interest in the Trump Organisation (run day-to-day by his sons Don Jr. and Eric), breaking with presidential protocol. He is also the first president for decades to not release his personal tax returns.

Overall, however, Trump’s income appears to have fallen from last year, when he claimed he earned at least $450 million.

Trump frequently brags about his wealth, making it a fundamental element of his political appeal, but faces constant questions about his actual net worth. The New York Times recently reported that Trump lost more than $1 billion over a 10-year period in the 80s and early 90s.


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