List of things named after Donald Trump

The following things are named after Donald Trump, an American television host, businessman, real estate developer, and 45th president of the United States.

Real estateEdit

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.[1]

Trump TowerEdit

 
Trump Tower in New York City

CurrentEdit

In developmentEdit

Cancelled or never completedEdit

Trump PlazaEdit

Trump Plaza is a brand of apartment buildings licensed to various proprietors.

Other Trump buildingsEdit

 
The Trump Building – New York City

CurrentEdit

FormerEdit

Cancelled or never completedEdit

HotelsEdit

Note: Hotels listed in bold are owned directly by Trump himself or his company, the Trump Organization. The rest associated through licensing deals.

 
Trump sign on his Chicago Hotel and Tower
 
Trump International Hotel – Las Vegas

CurrentEdit

FormerEdit

Cancelled or never completedEdit

Golf coursesEdit

United StatesEdit

 
The 18th hole at Trump National Doral

InternationalEdit

In developmentEdit

  • Trump International Resort & Golf Club Bali (Golf Club + Resort + Residences)
  • Trump International Resort & Golf Club Lido (Golf Club + Residences)

FormerEdit

  • Trump International Golf Club Puerto Rico[21]

CasinosEdit

Trump Entertainment Resorts was the casino arm of the Trump Organization. All of its casinos eventually went bankrupt or were divested.

FormerEdit

Cancelled or never builtEdit

  • Trump Riverside North Casino and Hotel, St Louis, United States

Streets/roads/otherEdit

 
Donald Trump Square, Petah Tikva, Israel

PlannedEdit

Arts and mediaEdit

GamesEdit

MagazinesEdit

Food and drinkEdit

CurrentEdit

FormerEdit

PeopleEdit

SpeciesEdit

 
Neopalpa donaldtrumpi was named in 2016 because the yellowish-white scales on its head were reminiscent of Trump's hairstyle

OtherEdit

 
Trump's personal airplane – dubbed "Trump Force One" since his entry into politics.

Other venturesEdit

CurrentEdit

  • 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.[46][47][48]
  • SUCCESS by Donald Trump (second fragrance launched by the Trump Organization and the Five Star Fragrance Company, released in March 2012)

FormerEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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