(FixThisNation.com) – On Friday, former President Donald Trump on Friday filed his personal financial disclosure, providing the first insights into his earnings since exiting the White House in 2021.
The 101-page document was filed with the Federal Election Commission, as Trump is currently in the running for the 2024 presidential election. The document provides a broad range of information about the various ways in which Trump’s earnings and assets are distributed, as well as his different ventures. Candidates are not required to provide the exact amounts that they are making and are instead allowed to disclose broad ranges instead of exact amounts.
According to Trump’s disclosures he made over $5 million from speaking engagements, anywhere between $100,001 and $1 million from CIC Digital, a company that sold Trump’s non-fungible tokens (NFTs), over $5 million in royalties, and a value between $5,000,001 and $25 million, from his Trump Media & Technology Group Corp., which is linked to his Social Media platform Truth Social.
There were also 16 different books that he made money from, with most of them bringing under $201 each, but his memoir “The Art of the Deal” made him anywhere between $100,000 and $1 million.
According to this document, Trump’s business holdings are valued to be at least $1.2 billion. The FEC requires all candidates to file their disclosures within 30 days of their campaign launch. However, Trump who declared his candidacy in November has filed two 45-day extensions. He has also paid a $200 fine for failing to file the disclosure within the specified timeframe.
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