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List of things named after Donald Trump

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

Note: All current properties listed in bold (including buildings, hotels, golf courses, and other entities) are owned directly by Trump himself or his company The Trump Organization. Any other current property is associated with The Trump Organization through licencing deals (unless noted otherwise).[1]

Real estate

Trump Towers

Trump Tower in New York City


In development

Cancelled/never completed

Trump International Hotels

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


Cancelled/never completed


Trump Plazas


Trump Entertainment Resorts


Other buildings

The Trump Building – New York City



Cancelled/never completed

Golf courses

United States

The 18th hole at Trump National Doral



  • Trump International Golf Club Puerto Rico[18]

Arts and media


(Bold indicates a book written or co-written by Trump himself)



  • Trump: The Game – a board game initially launched in 1989, with a 2004 re-release
  • Trump Card – a 1990–1991 syndicated game show taped at the Trump Castle (now Golden Nugget) casino in Atlantic City. (Trump appeared on the debut episode to promote the show)
  • Donald Trump's Real Estate Tycoon – a 2002 video game



Other media

First episode: February 2018. [21]

Food and drink







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


  • Trump Avenue – Central Park, Ottawa[40]
  • Trump Drive – Kalispell, Montana[41]
  • Donald J Trump Boulevard – Kamëz, Albania[42]
  • United States Square in honor of President Donald Trump (aka Donald Trump Square) – a town square in Jerusalem surrounding the new U.S. embassy. Named in honor of Trump for moving the embassy into the city and recognizing it as Israel's capital.[43]


Trump's personal airplane – dubbed "Trump Force One" since his entry into politics.
  • Donald J. Trump State Park, in New York, located on land donated by Trump to the state in 2006.
  • Trump Force One – the nickname given by the media to a Boeing 757-200ER airliner that is the personal aircraft of Donald Trump.[44][45] In December 2016 it received the callsign Tyson 1.[46]
  • Trumpy Bear – a stuffed teddy bear sold for retail featuring a tuft of hair in the style of Trump's trademark hairdo and wearing a red tie (company not affiliated with Trump)[47]
  • Donald Trump baby balloon, a 6-metre-tall balloon depicting Trump as a baby in a diaper with a mobile phone


See also


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