What is Donald Trump Jr’s net worth?

DONALD Trump Jr is the oldest child of President Donald Trump.

The 43-year-old right-wing businessman is worth millions.

 Donald Trump Jr speaking at the RNC


Donald Trump Jr speaking at the RNCCredit: Reuters

Who is Donald Trump Jr and what does he do?

Donald Trump Jr is the oldest child of President of the United States Donald Trump and his first wife Ivana, who is from the Czech Republic.

The fluent Czech speaker was very close to his maternal grandfather growing up.

He was born in New York and gained a degree in economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania before going to work for his father’s businesses.

He is the executive vice president of The Trump Organization.

He was introduced to the family business aged 13 when he was paid minimum wage plus tips as a dock attendant at Trump castle.

In 2001, having gained his degree, he returned to the family business and cut his teeth with the development of Trump Place at West Side Yards, New York.

He now oversees new projects and development of the company’s real estate, hotels, golf courses, and more – and has led projects in Chicago, Las Vegas, Scotland and India.

And he’s appeared regularly on The Apprentice alongside his father, Donald Trump.

 Donald Trump Jr pictured with his dad as a child. He wrote on Instagram: 'A few miles beneath our feet since then but still a great pic'


Donald Trump Jr pictured with his dad as a child. He wrote on Instagram: ‘A few miles beneath our feet since then but still a great pic’Credit: Instagram

What’s his net worth?

It is estimated that Donald Trump Jr has a net worth of $300million.

The major venture in which the President has included his family appears to be the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC, where his three eldest kids – Donald Jr, Ivanka and Eric – each owns a stake.

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 Trump Jr is outspoken on social media


Trump Jr is outspoken on social mediaCredit: Reuters

Most of his money appears to have come from hefty salaries he has earned as longtime executives at the Trump Organization.

When father Trump was inaugurated, the family empire was formally handed over to his sons Donald Jr and Eric.

What has he said about Joe Biden?

Trump Jr has constantly mocked Joe Biden, who will become president on January 20, 2021.

He has mocked Biden for fracturing his foot as he suggested Kamala Harris is “rubbing her hands together” to take over the presidency.

President-elect Biden broke his foot over the weekend while playing with his rescue dog, Major.

 Donald Trump Jr speaks during a campaign rally


Donald Trump Jr speaks during a campaign rallyCredit: EPA

Following reports of the injury, Don Jr shared a meme on his Instagram account showing a mischievous-looking man rubbing his hands together as he emerges from behind a tree.

“Kamala Harris when she heard Biden slipped and fractured his ankle,” the meme read.

It appears to suggest Harris would seize the opportunity to take over in Biden’s absence.

Don Jr captioned the post: “Most accurate meme of 2020.”

 Donald Trump Jr


Donald Trump JrCredit: Getty – Contributor

What did he say at the 2020 Republican National Convention?

In the speech at the RNC, Trump Jr came to his dad’s defence, and called candidate Joe Biden the “Loch Ness Monster of the swamp.”

He also claimed that “Biden and the radical left are also now coming for our freedom of speech and want to bully us into submission”.

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Trump Jr also mentioned the current climate in the US, saying that “anarchists have been flooding out streets” and that “small businesses across America…are being torched by mobs.”

He promised that if his father is elected for four more years, Americans will have “the life you want to have – one with a great job, a beautiful home, and a perfect family. You can have it”.


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