The disclosure, released Friday by the Office of Government Ethics, showed that many of Trump's marquee properties, golf clubs, and resorts saw significant income growth from the disclosures he released in 2015, which came early in his presidential bid, and 2016, when he released an updated financial disclosure form as the primary campaign had come to a near conclusion.
Trump reported over $80,000 in pension from the Screen Actor's Guild.
Instead, on January 17, three days before his inauguration, Trump transferred his far-flung holdings to a revocable trust managed by his adult sons, Donald Jr. and Eric, and Allen Weisselberg, chief financial officer of the Trump Organization. His Charlotte, N.C., course reported income of $15 million.
The latest report shows Trump resigned from more than 500 positions, stepping down from many on the day before his inauguration.
Eisen is chairman of an organization involved in two lawsuits against Trump over foreign payments to his businesses, which the plaintiffs say violate a constitutional clause prohibiting the president from accepting foreign gifts, or emoluments.
Donald Trump also reported a debt of $ 110 million to Ladder Capital Corp, a real estate lending company with offices in New York, Los Angeles and Boca Raton.
The president's golf courses have been very lucrative, especially Trump National Doral, in Miami, which brought in $115,865,590.
President Donald Trump is outlining the financial health of the business assets he placed into a trust when he took office. His mandate in a lot of them ended on January 19, the day before his swearing in, and in others in 2015 and 2016. In the filing, Trump mostly lists limited liability corporations and partnerships that he owns.
Earlier this week, the Democratic attorneys general in Maryland and the District of Columbia and almost 200 Democratic members of Congress filed separate lawsuits alleging that payments to Trump businesses violated the Constitution's anti-corruption clauses.
Trump's political opponents have questioned whether more disclosure of his personal finances would reveal any ties to Russian oligarchs. In the days leading up to and following the election, Trump dissolved 28 of his business entities and transferred his stake in his remaining companies to his children and a revocable trust from which he continues to draw income.
Trump, through his family, still retains the financial interest in the Trump Organization, he said.
Trump refused to sell his business holdings as president, as experts in government ethics urged him to do. Also, the income ascertained at his luxury Washington hotel through mid-April is Dollars 19.7 million.