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Trump Lost $1-Billion During Pandemic

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Trump Lost $1-Billion During Pandemic

Trump Lost $1-Billion During Pandemic

Donald Trump is worth an estimated $2.1 billion.

Business Insider reports he is the first billionaire in history to serve as president of the United States.

The president's fortune has taken a roughly $1 billion hit during the coronavirus pandemic.

The loss is because industries like hospitality and commercial real estate have dropped because of COVID-19.

From his New York real estate to his golf clubs around the world, he rakes in millions of dollars annually.

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