Posted by on March 22, 2017 6:00 am
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Trump’s ranking on Forbes‘ annual list of the world’s wealthiest billionaires took a ‘bigly’, if not totally ‘yuge’, hit when the latest list was posted last night.  After ranking 336 with an estimated wealth of $4.5 billion last year, Trump fell too 544 with an estimate of $3.5 billion this year.

On the bright side, Trump was able to barely best Mark Cuban who was tied for 564 with an estimated wealth of $3.4 billion.  That said, Trump was tied with a Russian named Vladimir which we find to be highly suspicious…we would highly encourage the Senate Intelligence Committee to investigate this matter immediately and host a minimum of 5 days worth of useless hearings on the findings.


Forbes also noted that Trump is the first billionaire president in U.S. history but took a shot at the President by saying “it’s unclear” whether he’s complying with promises to remove himself from the day-to-day management of his real estate empire.  Per The Hill:

Forbes notes that Trump is the first billionaire president in U.S. history and said “ the business that made him rich remains intact.”

Trump’s sons Eric and Donald Jr. run the day-to-day operations and “have promised to separate the Trump Organization from the Trump presidency,” though the magazine notes “it’s unclear whether that is actually happening.”

Eric Trump told Forbes he will update his father on the family business’s financials “probably quarterly.”

Trump Wealth

And here is your top 10 with all of the usual suspects still at the top of the list:


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