Trump details fabulous riches in White House bid
US mogul Donald Trump has laid bare the details of his purported $10 billion riches in a 92-page disclosure listing 515 job titles, several golf courses, real estate and a Hollywood pension, AFP reports.
The Federal Election Commission released the document on Wednesday, a week after Trump filed the form claiming the staggering net worth that critics believe he has exaggerated.
His financial disclosure form, which all White House candidates have to file to qualify, lists a whopping 515 different positions and 168 different assets and sources of income.
It lists 23 separate assets valued at more than $50 million each, including real estate in Chicago and New York, golf clubs in Scotland and the US, a Florida holiday resort and aircraft.
Many items required that he check the box marked "$50 million or more" -- such as in the case of a building perhaps worth $1.5 billion, it said.
It says the Miss Universe pageant, which Trump owns, is worth between $5 and $25 million.
The form says he earned more than $1.7 million from speaking engagements last year, including $450,000 each on three separate occasions in February, May and June in 2014.
It even lists a Screen Actors Guild pension giving him an income of more than $110,000.
The IMDb movie and television database lists his credits as Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants, his hit NBC show "The Apprentice" and a string of cameo appearances.
The form also lists 15 creditors, four of whom Trump says he owes more than $50 million in mortgages and one "springing loan."
Trump claims an income of $362 million last year, minus dividends, interest, capital gains, rents and royalties.
But researchers for the magazine Forbes argue he is worth no more than $4 billion, pointing out that he lost a string of business deals after offending millions by calling Mexicans rapists and drug traffickers.
Costa Rica and Mexico dropped out of the Miss Universe pageant over his "racist" remarks. His remarks outraged Latin Americans and the Hispanic community in the United States.
Companies such as Macy's, Univision and NBC cut ties with Trump, but the mogul has stuck to his guns, refusing to back down.
Trump's team has said it was he who turned down NBC, claiming he was approached for a 15th season of "The Apprentice" but refused because of his presidential run.
The latest opinion poll puts him far into the lead in the race for the 2016 Republican nomination, the favorite at 24 percent.