Donald Trump Jr. Net Worth

Who is Donald Trump Jr. and what is his net worth 2018? Donald Trump Jr. is a businessman and is the eldest son of Donald Trump, 45th President of the USA. He is a fourth generation businessman who is following the footsteps of Elizabeth Trump (great grandmother), Fred Trump (grandfather) and Donald Trump (father).

Together with his brother Eric, he serves as the executive director and trustee of The Trump Organisation. He is looking after all his father’s trust since his father’s presidency. He has also involved in politics and has helped in the 2016 US Presidential Elections. Prior to becoming a businessman, Trump was a former reality television personality.

Donald Trump Jr. Net Worth

Donald John Trump Jr. was born on December 31, 1977, in Manhattan, New York City. He was born to parents Donald John Trump and Ivana Marie. He has two other siblings named Eric and Ivanka. From his father’s second marriage to Marla Maples, he has got a half sibling named Tiffany. He also has got one more half-brother named Barron from his father’s current marriage to Melania Trump.

His mother Ivana Marie is a Czech and he is fluent in Czech. Trump Jr. was very close to his maternal grandparents and used to spend his summers in Czechoslovakia. He went to a boarding school, as he was encountered by reporters about his parents’ divorce. He attended Buckley School and then later attended the Hill School in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. He completed his graduation with a BS degree in economics from Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

In November 2005, Donald Trump Jr. married Vanessa Kay Haydon who is a model. The marriage service was officiated by Maryanne Trump Barry, his aunt, and Judge. His wife Haydon is the daughter of Charles Haydon and Bonnie Haydon. Together, they have five children named Kai Madison, Chloe Sophia, Tristan Milos, Donald Trump III, and Spencer Fredrick. Donald Trump Jr. loves hunting and fishing.

He took his first job when he was 13 and used to work as a dock attendant. After completing his graduation, he went to Aspen, Colorado. In there, he used to work as a bartender and used to live in a truck. A year later, he came to New York and joined the Trump Organisation. He has supervised many building projects like ‘Trump Park Avenue’, ‘Trump International Hotel and Tower’, and ‘40 Wall Street’. He has also appeared as a judge and guest adviser in the reality TV show ‘The Apprentice’.

In January 2017, his brother Eric and he began looking after the assets of ‘The Trump Organisation’. He is responsible for all the developments in construction, planning, sales, marketing, and branding of his father’s real estate. He campaigned for his father in US Presidential Elections 2016. He has served as a close political adviser to his father and has been a key player in his father’s journey to the White House. In 2017, he campaigned for Karen Handel and Greg Gianforte.

Donald Trump Jr. has hosted the 21st Century Television which is a business show.

Donald Trump Jr. Net Worth

Donald Trump Jr. has started working when he was just 13. He used to assist his father in his dock yard. When he grew up, he began to work in the Trump Organisation. By being the son of a billionaire, and getting associated with his father’s empire, he has gone to accumulate good wealth for himself. Donald Trump Jr.’s net worth is an estimated $330 million.

Currently, he is serving as the executive director and trustee of the Trump Organisation. He has also made many appearances in his father’s show ‘The Apprentice’ along with his sister Ivanka Trump. With his brother Eric, he is looking after all the affairs of his father since as he is the incumbent President of the United States.

Trump Jr. has been involved in many controversies during the 2016 US Presidential campaigns. He was involved in a meeting called ‘Trump campaign–Russian meeting’. He also drew controversy by posting a picture where he compared refugees to Skittles. In 2017, he has criticised the Mayor of London for the Westminster Attack. In return, he was criticised by British lawmakers.