Ethics office releases 98 pages of Trump financial records

President Donald Trump reported hundreds of millions of dollars in income over the past year, and more than $300 million in debts, according to financial disclosure records released Friday by the Office of Government Ethics. Photo by Gary I Rothstein/UPI | License Photo

June 16 (UPI) — The Office of Government Ethics on Friday released nearly 100 pages of President Donald Trump‘s financial disclosures, but they do not include tax records.

The release of documents follows a promise by the White House last month to provide a picture of the president’s assets, debts and income stemming from his hotel and real estate business empire.

Ninety-eight pages of documents show various business transactions of the Trump Organization, but it doesn’t reflect any taxes that the president has paid or provide a specific outline of his net worth. The documents were signed on Wednesday.

According to the documents, Trump owes about $315 million to lenders and made nearly $300 million in income over the past year. Nearly $20 million was made from his private country club in New Jersey and $37.2 million was from his Mar-a-Lago club in South Florida.

The documents show about $11 million from the Miss Universe pageant and $84,000 from a Screen Actors Guild pension.

Many of the figures are approximate totals, making it difficult to calculate an exact financial picture of Trump’s income.