What is Trump’s worth? Look at his assets and income.

Former US President Donald Trump faces a Monday deadline to post a bail covering a $454 million civil judgment against him in a New York state case after a judge determined he exaggerated the worth of his properties.

His lawyers have told the court that he cannot raise that much money. In a Friday post on Truth Social, his social media network, Trump said he had done nothing wrong. Failure to post the bond may result in New York Attorney General Letitia James taking his assets.

The lawyers for Trump did not reply to requests for comment.

Some of Trump’s assets and income sources are listed below, based on court filings and government financial reports. In certain cases, the valuations reported by Trump were challenged in the New York civil case, which the real estate tycoon plans to appeal.


In a Truth Social post on Friday, Trump said he has “almost five hundred million dollars in cash.” In an April 2023 deposition with New York Attorney General Letitia James, he stated that he had “substantially more than $400 million in cash.”

That number has risen since Trump’s earlier declarations. Trump presented a statement of financial situation to the court on June 30, 2021, showing that he had $293.8 million in cash and cash equivalents.
According to financial disclosure papers submitted to the federal government in August 2023, Trump has multiple sources of income.

In 2022, Trump claimed at least $537 million in golf course and hotel profits, $30.4 million in licensing and royalties, $26.5 million in management fees, and $61.1 million in payouts from his ownership in tall buildings like New York’s 1290 Avenue of the Americas.


Trump owns hotels, office buildings, residential properties, golf courses, and estates. A financial statement from June 2021 showed several of his most valuable properties, including 40 Wall Street, an office building in New York, the Trump Tower in Manhattan, and the Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida.

According to the financial statement, Trump’s assets were worth $4.3 billion at the time, and he owed $439.2 million in loans and other liabilities. It stated that his net worth was $4.5 billion.

The judge labeled Trump’s estimated worth of Mar-a-Lago “fraudulent” and stated that it is “possibly a billion dollars or more” higher than its market value.

Here’s what happens if Trump fails to acquire a $464 million bond


Truth Social is valued almost $6 billion, according to the trading of shares in a blank-check acquisition firm with which it plans to join. Trump’s shares in the combined business are currently valued approximately $3.6 billion, with his ownership potentially ranging from 58.1% to 69.4%. Trump cannot sell or borrow against his shares for six months after the transaction is completed.


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