Forbes stated that over forty percent(40%) of Trump’s wealth was initially tied up his Trump Tower and eight buildings within one mile of it.What happens in that micromarket does more to affect the net worth of Donald Trump than anything else in the world.
Trump’s cash pile took a hit as well. Public records show that he donated $66 million to his presidential campaign, 19% of its total budget. Ten days after he won the election, he settled a lawsuit over Trump University, which prosecutors say swindled millions from its students, for an additional $25 million. Assuming Trump sold off all of his stocks during last year’s campaign, as he has claimed, the president likely missed out on the “Trump rally” that has lifted the stock market roughly 10% since his election.
The average billionaire saw his or her wealth grow by 16% since last year’s Billionaires list; Trump’s fell by 22% over that same time period.
Well as he is still the president of America, I guess he has invested more in his political life and America as a whole.