Trump’s fortune has shrunk by about $300 million in the past year, and being president seems to be a losing business for him, according to a report on August 14 on the website of the Spanish “economist”. The report is compiled as follows: < / P > < p > there is no doubt that trump has become more famous since he became president of the United States. Becoming a superpower president has brought unparalleled international influence to the former business tycoon. From an economic point of view, however, the cost of leading the United States is too high even for a wealthy man like trump. Its assets have shrunk by about $300 million in the last year alone. Of course, trump is, and will remain, a rich man when he leaves the White House. However, whether he leaves office after this election or leaves the White House in 2024, becoming president of the United States is a losing deal for trump. In 2020, Trump’s wealth will be about $2.7 billion, 10% less than when he first took office in the White House. Trump’s assets have lost about $300 million in the past year, according to the Bloomberg billionaire index. This is largely due to the negative impact of the new coronavirus pandemic. The pandemic has led to a decline in Trump’s business outside the presidency. < / P > < p > in the last 12 months, Trump’s landmark building on Fifth Avenue in New York, and the office building he owns on Wall Street, have lost the most in the last 12 months. In addition to large buildings, the golf courses that made trump famous all over the country have also been greatly devalued. As a result of the national isolation measures, the stadiums have been rarely visited by tourists and players. In this way, Trump’s assets have lost an accumulated $300 million in the last year. Thus, the cost of being president of the United States is indeed very high.