PRESIDENT Donald Trump and his organization have builta real estate empire over the last several decades.

His hotels are located in the US and overseas.

How many hotels does Trump own?

Trump Hotels "is a brand of five-star luxury hotels and resorts
with a mission of providing extraordinary customer experiences
and luxury accommodations," according to the organization's website.

"Our exceptionally designed hotels in iconic locations put guests at the heart of each destination."

Trump owns luxury hotels in at least 11 cities around the world.

In the US he has hotels in Miami, New York City, Chicago, Hawaii, Las Vegas, Charlottesville (Virginia) and Washington, DC.

He has two luxury hotels in Scotland (Aberdeen and Turnberry), one in Doonbeg, Ireland and one in Vancouver.

The Trump Organization also owns dozens of residential properties and golf courses.

"Trump Golf was founded in 1999 with the mission to create the world’s best luxury golf experience that celebrates the purity of the game, family values and tradition," the organization says.

Some properties that have the Trump name are not necessarily owned by the organization.

Trump "frequently licenses his name to products – and buildings – he has not developed and does not own, such as the hotel and condominium Trump Soho in Manhattan and the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Dubai," according to The Real Deal.

He has licensed his name at least 50 times, according to The Washington Post.

What is Trump's net worth?

Trump has a net worth of $2.5billion, according to Forbes.

He became the first billionaire president when he inaugurated in January of 2017.

The core of his fortune is tied up in buildings in and around midtown Manhattan, according to Forbes.

Sons Donald Jr and Eric are running the family business while Trump serves in public office.

When is the election?

Incumbent Donald Trump is running against Democrat Joe Biden.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, although early voting has been available for many Americans.


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