Government Ethics Office Releases Trump’s Latest Financial Disclosure

But these aren’t his tax returns

The U.S. Office of Government Ethics released President Donald Trump’s financial disclosure on Friday, a 98-page document that details the state of his business assets that were put into a trust after he took office.

The documents were made available to the government voluntarily, and cover January 2016 through this April 15, 2017.

Among the big-ticket items: The president reported $19.7 million from his luxury Washington hotel and another $37.2 million in revenue from his Florida resort Mar-a-Lago (about $7.4 million more than the previous year).

Another $19.7 million in income came from his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club. That was about $800,000 less than in the previous filing.

Trump brought in roughly $7 million in book royalties, of that $1 million to $5 million came from his book “Great Again: How to Fix Our Crippled America.” Another $11 million came from the Miss Universe pageant, while his pensions from the Screen Actors Guild netted him $84,000, likely from his former gig as the host of “The Apprentice.”

The report also lists at least $315 million in liabilities, which is comparable to numbers filed in the previous year.

The form, which reflects Trump’s investments, income, retirement accounts and other holdings, is different from a federal tax return, which Trump has so-far refused to make public.

In a statement Friday, the White House said, “President Trump welcomed the opportunity to voluntarily file his personal financial disclosure form; while this filing is voluntary (as no report was due until May 2018), it has been certified by the Office of Government Ethics pursuant to its normal procedures.”

The last time Trump released any information about his finances was in May 2016, as a candidate, showing he was worth was at least $1 billion.