So Forbes dug into property records, court documents and government filings to unearth as much of the first family’s financial dealings as possible. Neither has the first lady, besides a small Trump Tower apartment, 33 floors below the couple’s gilded penthouse, worth $1.5 million.
Over the past two decades, the three siblings have taken in an estimated $35 million each in pretax salary, commissions and bonuses, according to a Forbes analysis of Donald and Ivanka Trump ’s financial disclosures. The most entrepreneurial sibling, Ivanka Trump spent years burnishing her father’s brand while building one of her own.
Ivanka, whose company licensed her name to outside manufacturers, likely got around a 7% cut of her brands’ wholesale revenues, which are typically about half of retail sales, according to industry experts. Hit by her father’s divisive politics, sales reportedly plummeted, and in July 2018 she announced she was shutting down the entire operation, rendering it virtually worthless.
Much of their fortune remains tied up in Kushner Cos.’ commercial buildings and rental apartments, plus cash accounts and a portfolio of index and mutual funds. Ivanka still has her two-bedroom “starter” apartment on the sixth floor of the Trump Park Avenue building her father developed, worth about $3 million.
Owns a 5,900-square-foot apartment in a midtown Manhattan luxury tower and an upstate New York cabin, where the noted outdoors man fly-fishes in the Delaware River. He was among a group of investors who purchased an old Navy hospital in the city for $5 million, with a plan to renovate it and lease part of it back to the county.
It’s unclear whether Donor., who told Charleston’s Post and Courier he was a passive 10% investor “with no voting rights or control,” profited from the deal. And a group of investors bought the place as part of a prefab concrete business they hoped would revolutionize low-cost home building.
The president’s parents, Fred and Mary Trump, appear to have made only minor bequests to their grandchildren, according to documents filed by their estates. Yet the lack of detailed financial records, including Trump family tax returns, make it difficult to fully trace how much wealth has trickled down to the president’s children.
When Forbes launched its inaugural list of the 400 richest Americans in 1982, Donald Trump personally lobbied harder than anyone for a higher spot on the ranking. “Donald claims $500 million.” In 1985, he invented a fake persona to lie about a transfer of wealth from his father, successfully securing a sole spot on the list.
Earned his net worth as Executive Vice President at their father's company, The Trump Organization. Donald and his siblings, Ivanka and Eric, technically do not have ownership stakes yet in the vast majority of their father's businesses.
His parents divorced when he was 13 years old, and his mother told him his father was having an extramarital affair. Found a role model in his maternal grandfather who had a home in Prague, and he would spend summers there learning the Czech language.
Trump Organization: Trump Jr moved to Aspen, Colorado after graduating from college, where he lived in a truck and worked as a bartender for a year before returning to join the Trump Organization in New York. Holding the position of Executive Vice President at The Trump Organization, Donald Jr.
Works in tandem with his brother Eric Trump on the national and international expansion of the real estate company. Thanks to his rigorous education, inherent business sense and vast experience in real estate development, Trump Jr.
Attended a meeting, along with Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort, with several Russian lobbyists. Initially told the media that adoption of Russian children was the main subject of the meeting, however, it was revealed that Trump Jr.
Had agreed to attend the meeting with the understanding that he would receive “opposition research” on Hillary Clinton. 'S emails were subject to an investigation by the Department of Justice and Robert Mueller.
In November 2017, it was revealed that Julian Passage had used the WikiLeaks Twitter to correspond with Trump Jr. Had been urged to reject the results of the election at a time when it appeared likely that his father would lose.
To share an unfounded claim that Hillary Clinton had wanted to attack Passage with drones. Asked to have his Secret Service detail removed due to lack of privacy, but his protection was restored just weeks later.
Actively campaigned during the 2018 midterm elections for Republican candidates, as well as raised millions of dollars for them. Has come under fire for insensitive comments on race and immigration in the past, and he often retweets conspiracy theorists.
Other Ventures: In addition to his real estate engagements, Donald Trump Jr. He has talked extensively throughout the United States and has delivered keynote speeches internationally, notably in Dubai and India.
Sits on the board of directors of Operation Smile and was heavily involved in the Eric Trump Foundation. He released the book Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us” in 2019.
The book was a New York Times Best Seller and was purchased in bulk by at least nine Republican organizations. Was married to pasta sauce heiress and model Vanessa Hayden Trump from 2005 to 2018.
He was born in New York and gained a degree in economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania before going to work for his father's businesses. He was introduced to the family business aged 13 when he was paid minimum wage plus tips as a dock attendant at Trump Castle.
When father Trump was inaugurated, the family empire was formally handed over to his sons Donald Jr and Eric. Following reports of the injury, Donor shared a meme on his Instagram account showing a mischievous-looking man rubbing his hands together as he emerges from behind a tree.
Donald Trump Jr., who has been at the center of controversy in recent days, has an estimated net worth of over $150 million due mostly to his position in the Trump Organization. He was named executive vice-president in 2015 before taking over as a trustee with his brother Eric Trump prior to his father's swearing in as president in January.
In recent months, the eldest son of the Trump family has taken the mantle as among his father's most combative attack dogs, defending the administration's policies and decisions on Twitter, and spreading unsubstantiated rumors about political opponents. He has faced increased scrutiny and pressure this week for admitting he met with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya days after his father clinched the Republican nomination.
His functions within the organization include arranging deal evaluations, analysis, pre-development, planning of construction, branding, marketing, operations, sales, and leasing. In addition to being an executive to his father's organization, he has also made paid speeches in international settings, including in Dubai in April.
The revelations about his meeting with Veselnitskaya in the New York Times article Saturday were not previously disclosed and come amid an investigation into the Trump campaign's potential collusion with the Russian government to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. Last year had “compromising” information about Hillary Clinton as “part of a Russian government effort” to help the Trump campaign.
Arrives at a get-out-the-vote rally for his father, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, at Her Manufacturing on November 3, 2016, in Las Vegas, Nevada.