These world leaders are wealthier than President Trump

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Rachel Maddow might have actually broken the internet with the release of Donald Trump’s 2005’s tax returns showing that the president reported an income of $153 million while paying Uncle Sam $38 million.

That is indeed a lot of money and with an estimated net worth, according to Forbes, of $3.7 billion, Trump must think he’s pretty rich.

Does Trump know how much a soy latte at Starbucks is? I mean, it’s 2017. What’s a few billion dollars?

 

These world leaders might be as wealthy, if not more so, than Trump:

Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman who just met with Trump. The Washington Post reports the Saudi royal family could have a net worth of $17 billion.

Forbes has previously valued the now dead Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej at $30 billion, which probably went to his son King Vajiralongkorn.

Then there’s the Sultan of Brunei who, in 2011, Forbes estimated had a net worth of $20 billion.

It’s debatable if China’s President Xi Jinping has millions of assets or $2.7 billion, according to the New York Times.

Last but not least, Trump’s BFF Vladimir Putin’s long hold of Russian power could have him racking up $200 billion dollars, according to The Washington Post.

For America, Trump is still one of the wealthiest presidents to hold office.

 

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