Trump’s financial disclosure report shows his hotel and resort revenue held steady

Trump’s Doral resort ‘severely underperforming’ thanks to a presidential brand
Donald Trump tees off during a tournament at his Doral golf resort in Miami in 2014.
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President Trump’s financial disclosure form showed overall revenue held steady last year at several of his major hotels and resorts.

His Doral golf course and club in Miami generated about $76 million in revenue last year, about $1 million more than in 2017. Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., took in nearly $23 million, a drop of more than $2 million.

Trump’s Washington, D.C., hotel near the White House, a magnet for lobbyists and diplomats, generated nearly $41 million, up less than half a million from last year.

While Trump has refused to release his tax records, he has been filing the less-specific financial disclosure reports since he began running for president. They list revenues rather than profits, and many figures are in ranges rather than specific dollar amounts.


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