Over the years, business mogul and President-elect Donald Trump has put his name on everything from vodka to planes to casinos. Though most Trump-branded projects aren’t built by the mogul himself — he prefers to license his name — Trump is often eager to take credit.
Here is a list of things that have, or have had, Trump’s name on them.
This is Trump wine, served at his hotel in Las Vegas. Trump Winery is located in Virginia and owned by his son Eric.
In 2007, Trump came out with Trump Steaks. They were sold through The Sharper Image, but performed so poorly they had to be taken off shelves just two months later. They were also marketed briefly on the QVC shopping channel.
According to Trump’s website, it’s “one of the purest natural spring waters bottled in the world.” It is still sold at Trump Tower and various other Trump facilities.
This is the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Las Vegas, one of nine Trump hotels around the world.
Trump International Hotel in D.C.
Most recently, Mr. Trump opened the Trump International Hotel at the Old Post Office in Washington, D.C. He attended the grand opening of the hotel on Oct. 26, 2016.
Trump: The Game
Trump: The Game was released in 1989. Its objective: To beat other players in real estate mogul-ship. It was discontinued in 1990.
This is Trump Tower in Manhattan, headquarters of the Trump Organization as well as home to Mr. Trump’s own three-story penthouse and transition headquarters.
The New York City Trump Tower is one of seven around the world.
Trump created the Trump Shuttle in 1988, buying a fleet of planes and turning them into a luxury flight experience. The Trump Shuttle went out of business in 1992.
Trump Taj Mahal
This is the Trump Taj Mahal casino resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey. It filed for bankruptcy (one of several Trump institution bankruptcies) in 1991, when it was $3 billion in debt. The casino shuttered permanently in October 2016.
Trump’s cologne came out in 2004, the predecessor to two other scents, Empire and Success. The fragrance was discontinued in 2007.
Trump vodka appeared on shelves in 2006, its press materials touting: “Success, distilled.” It was off the market by 2011.
Trump University opened in 2005, promising to teach Mr. Trump’s secrets to financial success. But it has had a troubled history...
Trump University shuts down
Trump University closed in 2010 when it couldn’t cover the cost of its programming; not enough students were signing up for its $35,000 “Gold Elite” mentoring program. Since the shuttering, several lawsuits alleged that Trump University (which was not actually an accredited university) defrauded its students.
Trump agreed to settle the civil suits for $25 million shortly after the election.
Trump magazine was founded in 2007. It folded in 2009.
NBC’s “The Apprentice” began running in 2004, with Trump hosting the show through 2015. Arnold Schwarzenegger has been chosen to host the coming season.
Mr. Trump’s name will remain in the show’s credits as executive producer while he serves as president.
Trump has written 16 books, according to his website, mostly about how to find financial success. “How To Get Rich,” seen here, came out in 2004.
Trump’s Las Vegas hotel features the DJT (Donald John Trump) restaurant. According to its website, it serves a “superbly crafted menu of modern American cuisine.”
The Donald J. Trump collection includes ties, shirts, suits and accessories such as cufflinks. Previously sold at Macy’s — which dropped it soon after Trump launched his presidential campaign — the collection can now only be found online.
Trump Model Management was founded in 1999, according to the company’s website.
Trump has more than a dozen golf courses worldwide. Here, he’s seen entering his Trump Turnberry golf club in Scotland in 2015.
His “Make America Great Again” hats became a popular symbol of the campaign. Other Trump paraphernalia includes campaign pins, T-shirts, posters and more.