President Donald Trump released his 2019 financial disclosure report, after getting an extension on his original due date.
The 78-page report provides a partial view of the president's assets and debts, including revenue from his golf properties, bank accounts and investment transactions.
Revenue dipped slightly at two iconic Trump properties -- the hotel at the Old Post Office near the White House and his Florida golf resort Mar-a-Lago.
Trump reported $40.5 million in revenue for the Washington hotel last year, down from $40.8 million a year earlier, while Mar-a-Lago revenue dipped to $21.4 million from $22.7 million.
A third major Trump property, Trump's Doral golf course in Florida, fared better, with revenue rising to $77.2 million from $76 million.
The disclosure covers a period of time before the coronavirus pandemic prompted his properties to shut down or lose business.
A PDF of the president's certified annual financial disclosure report for the 2019 calendar year can be seen at https://t.co/J749nCZIfb.
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