Donald Trump has announced -- yet again -- that he's a very rich man.
This time, however, he released hard numbers to back up his boast.
His net worth is near $10 billion and he earned $362 million last year, Trump's presidential campaign said Wednesday in a financial disclosure report filed with the Federal Election Commission.
Trump’s campaign managed to both brag and complain about the process of filling out the FEC report.
“This report was not designed for a man of Mr. Trump's massive wealth,” said his campaign in a statement.
As of early Wednesday afternoon, the FEC had not made the disclosure public, so a detailed look and his assets was not available for independent viewing.
In the statement from his campaign, Trump was paid $213,606,575 during the 14 seasons of he starred on NBC'S “The Apprentice.”
Since his inflammatory remarks last month on the campaign trail in which he labeled Mexican immigrants “rapists” and drug runners, Trump has lost several business deals with companies such as Macy's and NBCUniversal.
“First people said I would never run, and I did. Then, they said, I would never file my statement of candidacy with the FEC, and I did,” Trump said in a statement. “Next, they said I would never file my personal financial disclosure forms. I filed them early despite the fact that I am allowed two 45 days extensions.”
In 2012 -- as in several subsequent years -- Trump expressed interest in running for president, but opted against a bid. Many critics say his past decisions to not run stems primarily from him having to disclose his finances. Trump has long boasted about his excess wealth, though outside estimators have listed it much lower than he’s projected.
Forbes, for example, estimates his net worth at $4.1 billion.