rom “you’re hired and you’re fired” to “make America great again,” the billionaire businessman, television personality and 2016 Republican nominee has been called just about every name in the book during his bid for the White House in 2016.
First making his mark in the world of business and real estate development, Trump didn’t let his lack of political experience stop him from becoming one of the most polarizing political figures in history.

Following in his father’s footsteps as a real estate developer and business mogul, the 70-year-old Trump has served as Chairman of the Trump Organization since 1971 while also dabbling in the entertainment realm as the longtime host of The Apprentice from 2004 to 2015.

Along the way, he’s built his professional brand with business interests around the world that have contributed to his $4.5 billion net worth, which he’s used to purchase some of the most gorgeous properties for himself.

So, if Trump moves into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in January 2017, what properties will he leave behind? From his New York City penthouse to his winery, New England estate and beachfront mansions, let’s take a look at the properties that Donald Trump affectionately calls “home.” Plus, we’ll even give you a sneak peek into a few other primetime vacation spots as well as the billionaire’s first mansion! Are you ready? Let’s get started!

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