List of things named after Donald Trump
Note: All current properties listed in bold are owned directly by Trump himself or the Trump Organization. The rest associated with the Trump Organization through licensing deals, unless specifically noted otherwise.
- Trump Tower, New York City
- Trump Tower at City Center, White Plains, New York
- Trump Towers, Sunny Isles Beach, Florida
- Trump Tower Kolkata, Kolkata, India
- Trump Tower Manila, Philippines
- Trump Towers Istanbul, Turkey
- Trump Towers Pune, India
- Trump Towers Mumbai, India
Cancelled or never completedEdit
- Trump Tower Moscow, Moscow, Russia
- Trump Tower, Tampa, Florida
- Trump Towers Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- Trump Towers Atlanta, Atlanta, United States
- Trump Tower Denver, Denver, United States
- Trump Tower Batumi, Batumi, Georgia
Trump Plaza is a brand of apartment buildings licensed to various proprietors.
- Trump Plaza (Jersey City)
- Trump Plaza (New Rochelle)
- Trump Plaza (New York City)
- Trump Plaza (West Palm Beach)
Other Trump buildingsEdit
- The Trump Building, in New York City
- Trump Bay Street, in Jersey City, New Jersey
- Trump Hollywood, a 41-story condominium tower in Hollywood, Florida
- Trump Parc and Trump Parc East, Manhattan
- Trump Parc Stamford, Stamford, Connecticut
- Trump Park Avenue, Manhattan
- Trump Park Residences, Yorktown, New York
- Trump World Tower, in New York City
- Daewoo Trump World, apartment brand in South Korea
- The Dominick, a hotel condominium complex in New York City formerly called Trump SoHo (name licensing deal ended in 2017)
- Riverside South, Manhattan (Trump Place), Manhattan (de-branded in November 2016)
- General Motors Building at Trump International Plaza: Trump partnered with Conseco to buy the 50-story Manhattan office building in 1998, and then attached his name to it. The building was sold in 2003.
Cancelled or never completedEdit
- Elite Tower, formerly known as Trump Plaza Tower, and Trump Elite Tower, Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv, Israel
- Trump condominium/hotel/office/shopping project, Charlotte, North Carolina. Announced in 2007; cancelled a year later, before the start of construction.
- Trump Hotel Rio de Janeiro
- Trump Ocean Resort Baja Mexico
- Trump on the Ocean, Jones Beach, New York 
- Trump Tower Europe, a project by TD Trump Deutschland in Stuttgart, Germany
- Trump Twin Towers, a nickname for a proposed twin-towered skyscraper complex that would have replaced the original World Trade Center twin towers
- Trump Offices Buenos Aires, an office project in Buenos Aires, Brazil
Note: Hotels listed in bold are owned directly by Trump himself or his company, the Trump Organization. The rest associated through licensing deals.
- Trump International Hotel and Tower (Chicago)
- Trump International Hotel and Tower (Honolulu)
- Trump International Hotel and Tower (New York City)
- Trump International Hotel Las Vegas, a second tower was going to be built but was cancelled before construction started.
- Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C., also known as Old Post Office Building
- The St. Regis Toronto (formerly Trump International Hotel and Tower (Toronto), divested in 2017)
- JW Marriott Panama (formerly Trump International Hotel & Tower (Panama City), licensing deal ended in 2018)
- Trump International Hotel and Tower (Vancouver) (filed for bankruptcy in 2020)
Cancelled or never completedEdit
- Trump International Hotel & Residence (Phoenix)
- Trump International Hotel and Tower (Baku)
- Trump International Hotel and Tower (Belgrade)
- Trump International Hotel and Tower (Dubai)
- Trump International Hotel and Tower (Fort Lauderdale)
- Trump International Hotel and Tower (New Orleans)
- Trump Hotel Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro)
- Trump International Golf Club (West Palm Beach)
- Trump National Doral Miami (golf club + resort)
- Trump National Golf Club (Bedminster, New Jersey) – used as President Trump's "Summer White House"
- Trump National Golf Club (Charlotte, North Carolina)
- Trump National Golf Club (Colts Neck, New Jersey)
- Trump National Golf Club Hudson Valley (Hopewell Junction, New York)
- Trump National Golf Club (Jupiter, Florida)
- Trump National Golf Club (Los Angeles)
- Trump National Golf Club (Philadelphia)
- Trump National Golf Club (Washington, D.C.)
- Trump National Golf Club (Westchester, New York)
- Trump Golf Links (Ferry Point, New York)
- Trump International Golf Club (Dubai)
- Trump World Golf Club (Dubai)
- Trump International Golf Links, Scotland
- Trump International Golf Links and Hotel Ireland
- Trump Turnberry (Scotland)
- Trump International Resort & Golf Club Bali (Golf Club + Resort + Residences)
- Trump International Resort & Golf Club Lido (Golf Club + Residences)
- Trump International Golf Club Puerto Rico
Trump Entertainment Resorts was the casino arm of the Trump Organization. All of its casinos eventually went bankrupt or were divested.
- Trump Taj Mahal, a casino and hotel on the Atlantic City boardwalk (closed in 2016)
- Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino, in Atlantic City. Initially a 50/50 partnership with Harrah's, then wholly owned by Trump since 1986. Closed in 2014.
- Trump World's Fair at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City. Operated with its own casino license in a wing of Trump Plaza. Closed in 1999 and demolished in 2000.
- Trump's Castle in Atlantic City (renamed Trump Marina in 1997), sold to Landry's, Inc. in 2011
- Trump 29 Casino, in Coachella, California, now Spotlight 29 Casino. Former 50/50 partnership with the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians of California; Trump exited the business in 2006.
- Trump Casino in Gary, Indiana, now the Majestic Star II.
Cancelled or never builtEdit
- Trump Riverside North Casino and Hotel, St Louis, United States
- Donald J. Trump State Park, in New York state, located on land donated by Trump in 2006.
- Trump Drive – Kalispell, Montana
- Donald J Trump Boulevard – Kamëz, Albania
- United States Square in honor of President Donald Trump (a.k.a. Donald Trump Square) – Jerusalem, Israel. A town square in the city surrounding the new U.S. embassy. Named in honor of Trump for his administration's recognizing of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
- Donald Trump Square – Petah Tikva, Israel
- Trump Heights – Golan Heights, a planned Israeli settlement in the Israeli-occupied territories, named in honor of Trump's recognition of the territory disputed with Syria as part of Israel.
Arts and mediaEdit
- Trump: The Game – a board game initially launched in 1989, with a 2004 re-release
- Donald Trump's Real Estate Tycoon – a 2002 video game by RedCap
Food and drinkEdit
- Trump Winery, a vineyard in Virginia, acquired by Trump in 2011
- Trumptini, a Barcardi-based cocktail, and the signature cocktail of the Trump International Beach Resort in Miami, Florida
- Neopalpa donaldtrumpi, a species of micro-moth with distinctive yellowish-white scales covering the head 
- Tetragramma donaldtrumpi, a species of fossil sea urchin
- Dermophis donaldtrumpi, a proposed name for a putative new species of amphibian that is blind; not confirmed as a new species yet, nor published.
- Trump Force One – the nickname given by the media to Trump's personal aircraft, a Boeing 757-200ER. In December 2016 it received the callsign Tyson 1.
- Trumpy Bear – a stuffed teddy bear featuring a tuft of hair in the style of Trump's hairdo, and wearing a red tie
- Donald Trump baby balloon, a 6-metre-tall (20 ft) balloon depicting Trump as a baby in a diaper with a mobile phone
- Dump Trump, a satirical statue
- Trump Sales and Leasing (residential sales)
- Trump International Realty (residential and commercial real estate brokerage firm)
- Trump Restaurants (located in Trump Tower and consisting of Trump Buffet, Trump Catering, Trump Ice Cream Parlor, and Trump Bar)
- Donald Trump, The Fragrance, released in 2004.
- SUCCESS by Donald Trump (second fragrance launched by the Trump Organization and the Five Star Fragrance Company, released in March 2012)
- Donald J. Trump Foundation – charitable foundation shut down in 2018 due to legal issues
- Donald J. Trump Signature Collection, a line of menswear launched at Macy's in 2004, and involved in a lawsuit and subsequent trial. Discontinued in 2015, after comments Trump made about Mexicans.
- GoTrump.com, a travel booking website
- Tour de Trump, a bicycle race held in 1989 and 1990
- The Trump Network, a multi-level marketing company that sold vitamins
- Trump Office, a line of executive office chairs launched in 2007 for Staples Inc
- Trump University, owned mostly by Trump (renamed The Trump Entrepreneur Initiative in 2010)
- Select By Trump (line of coffee drinks)
- Trump Drinks (energy drink for the Israeli and Palestinian markets)
- Trump Ice (line of bottled water)
- Trump Magazine
- Trump Chocolate
- Trump Home, an upscale furniture line
- Trump Productions (television production company)
- Trump Institute
- Trump Model Management
- Trump Shuttle, an airline
- Trump Mortgage
- Trump Vodka
- Trump Steakhouse
- Trump Steaks
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Billionaire Donald Trump's planning for a project that could have raised Charlotte's national profile is officially on hold.
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I've decided to open up a water distribution company. I call it Trump Ice.
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The latest task is dubbed "Ice Escapades," as the contestants compete in the marketplace debut of Trump Ice, a bottled water.
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If you thought Trump Ice was a one-time thing to test candidates on The Apprentice, you don't know Trump. His Ice is chilling customers at his resorts, gamblers at his casinos and golfers at his courses, and now he's planning to put it on the market.
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