3. Boeing 757
Believe it or not, this airliner was first in possession of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen until 2011 when Trump bought it from him. The idea was to have a private jet that will swiftly get him anywhere he needs to go without much hassle. Trump fitted this airliner with leather seats for up to 43 passengers, 24-karat gold seat-belt buckles, TV screens, two bedrooms, and plenty of gold-trimmed details.