List of things named after Donald Trump

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The following things are named after Donald Trump, an American businessman, politician, real estate developer, and the 45th President of the United States, who licenses his name for use on a variety of products.

Some of the items listed are owned by The Trump Organization, of which he is the owner.

Real estate

Trump Tower

Trump Tower in New York City

Completed/in use

Cancelled/never completed

Trump International Hotel and Tower

Trump sign on his Chicago Hotel and Tower
Entrance to Trump's Toronto Hotel and Tower

Completed/in use

Planned but never built

Unfinished

Trump Plaza

In use


Trump Entertainment Resorts

Closed

Closed on October 10, 2016.

Former properties

The company's former properties include:

Other buildings

Trump International Hotel – Las Vegas, Nevada

In use

Abandoned/never completed

Golf courses

U.S.

The 18th hole at Trump National Doral

International

  • 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)

Former

  • Trump International Golf Club Puerto Rico[5]

Food and drink

  • Trump Winery-Headquartered in Charlottesville, Virginia
  • Trump Ice – served at Trump properties and or events

Former

Arts and media

Streets

Other

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

Individuals

Former

See also

References

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  23. "Workers Remove Trump Name From Upper West Side Buildings" by Ben Fractenberg, DNAinfo.com, November 16, 2016

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