The Trump Organization, which owns and operates Trump National Golf Club in Doral, Florida, has a $1.9 billion balance sheet, which is the largest in the world, according to Forbes magazine.

Trump is the owner of a stake in The Washington Post Company, the publisher of The New York Times and other major newspapers, and he also owns the Washington Post News Corp., which owns The Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times and a handful of other newspapers.

Trump also owns an equity stake in the Chicago Cubs, which play in the National League Championship Series.

The Trump name is also on the company’s website.

The company also owns a major stake in American Apparel, a clothing company that makes high-end clothes for high-dollar clients.

Trump owns the Miss Universe pageant, which he bought for $1 billion in 2002.

He also owns two golf courses in New York City, where he holds the title of Chairman of the Board.

Trump has said that he plans to use the money he earns from his businesses to help the American people, although he has not revealed how he plans, if he does, to use that money to pay for his proposed border wall with Mexico.

In January, the company said that it expected to earn $200 million in the fiscal year that ended on June 30, according, to a report in The Wall St. Journal.