Donald Trump’s Extravagant, Gold-Rimmed NYC Penthouse Is Like Nothing You’ve Seen: Pictures

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Donald Trump's $100 million NYC penthouse features floor-to-ceiling marble pillars, gold statues, and painted ceilings. Sam Horine

Why settle for the White House when you already live in a gold house? Donald Trump’s current residence in New York City could give the president’s abode a run for its money given its gold-and-marble opulence.

The Republican presidential hopeful’s penthouse is located on Fifth Avenue within the iconic Trump Tower, and spans three floors, each decked out with floor-to-ceiling marble-and-gold pillars and oversized paintings featuring scenes from Greek myths.

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The Donald, 69, also has crystal chandeliers, and cushioned sofas and chairs throughout his living room, with Greek vases on the mantelpiece. A statue of Eros and Psyche sits on the glass living room table.

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Angelo Donghia, who has also worked with such high-profile names as Barbara Walters, Diana Ross, Halston, Ralph Lauren, Mary Tyler Moore, and Neil Simon, designed Trump’s over-the-top penthouse with Louis XIV in mind.

Case in point: Trump’s sitting room is reminiscent of the French monarch’s historic Hall of Mirrors in Versailles, which features chandeliers, gold statues, and a ceiling painted with scenes of his military victories.

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Earlier this year, when Trump appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, he didn’t try to hide his infamous financial status.

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When asked what he planned to do to boost the American economy, Trump answered, half tongue-in-cheek: “Look, I’m really rich. I know how to run a business.”

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In addition to his political career, Trump has made a name for himself as a real estate mogul, TV personality, business author, and more.

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