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Financial disclosure outlines Trump's claimed assets, income

The FEC document filed by Trump shows that the business mogul claims a 2015 income of hundreds of millions of dollars generated from various sources.

A personal financial disclosure document filed by Donald Trump shows that the business mogul claims a 2015 income of hundreds of millions of dollars made up of revenue from his golf and resort properties, his real estate holding and royalties.

Trump said in a press release late Tuesday that the documents showed an income exceeding $557 million.

The documents submitted to the Federal Election Commission list his most famous properties as some of his richest sources of income. Trump claimed about $30 million in income from Mar-A-Lago resort, $132 million from his golf resort at Doral, $44 million in condo sales at Trump Park Avenue and about $13 million in income from his Central Park ice rink.

He also claimed nearly $50 million in income from the revenues and sale of the Miss Universe franchise.

Trump reported earning between $50,000 and $100,000 in royalties for his most often-referenced book, "The Art of the Deal." And he claims between $1 million and $5 million in royalties for his most recent written work, "Crippled America."

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The FEC document also shows liabilities including mortgages on real estate properties like Trump Tower, as well as loans of $50 million or more incurred in 2015 for projects at 40 Wall Street and at the Old Post Office in Washington D.C.

The FEC form requires that candidates disclose a range but not specific dollar amounts for the value for assets and liabilities (including a maximum category of "over $50,000,000"), so the document does not allow a detailed tally of Trump's approximate net worth.

Trump has also been under fire for failing to release his tax returns, which would allow for a much more thorough accounting of his assets and his taxation rate. Completion of the FEC form is mandated for presidential candidates.

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