Trump has notoriously been bitten by the travel bug. According to Bustle, the former POTUS had traveled more than any other modern president by the end of 2017, including spending 100 days in one of his non-presidential properties.
It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that Trump tried to turn this passion into a career in 2006. Using the tagline "the art of the travel deal," Trump launched GoTrump.com, a travel website that claimed to "find you the great travel deals, whether you are looking to book a luxury getaway or just want the best rate on airlines and hotels worldwide."
The website itself didn't go far. By 2007 the company had closed and the URL redirected to Trump's presidential campaign. The web address has since been bought by anti-Trump group The Lincoln Project, and it now redirects to their home page.