The property tycoon may have moved out of America’s most famous house, but he has plenty of other million-dollar residences to choose from, including the previously mentioned Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, which Trump allegedly bought in 1985 for $10 million (£9.4m).
The value of the 58-bedroom property has since skyrocketed to $350 million (£291.5m), according to the most recent estimates by Forbes. In fact, it's one business interest that wasn't too greatly impacted by Trump's presidency, bringing in $22.9 million (£16.4m) in 2020, up from $22.3 million (£15.9m) in 2015. But the estate, which means "sea-to-lake" in Spanish, hit troubled waters this month when the FBI raided it for classified documents it suspected Trump had taken from the White House.
That said, even the ongoing investigation has proved profitable for Trump. According to The Washington Post, Trump received up to $1 million (£845k) the day after the raid, as his fundraising team sent emails to supporters to ask for donations. One email claimed: "We need EVERY SINGLE AMERICAN PATRIOT to take action and bolster our Official Trump Defense Fund. This is the ONLY way to DEFEND President Trump and help him SAVE AMERICA".
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