Donald Trump has tweeted that he plans to take himself “completely out of business operations” to focus on his impending presidency.
This could mean a number of different things. Options range from selling his companies completely to basically doing nothing, as Trump himself has noted that “The law’s totally on my side, the president can’t have a conflict of interest.” Regardless, it’s going to be complicated, as he controls more than 500 companies. (Of these, 264 start with “Trump” and another 54 feature his initials.)
You can read the full list of them here or, if you don’t feel like wading through dozens of items like “Trump Marks Puerto Rico II Member Corp,” skim a few of our favorites below.
Trump Vineyards/Trump Wine: Particularly impressive because he does not drink: “I don’t drink, and it’s very easy for me not to drink. I tell people, ‘What are you drinking for?’ And they don’t even understand what I’m saying.”
Trump Drinks Israel: Through a surreal mix of misunderstandings and at least one lawsuit, somehow Trump Vodka—defunct everywhere else on the planet—wound up as a kosher alcohol in the Holy Land. Naturally, an energy drink quickly followed.
Trump Model Management: Suggesting that he was just scouting to find the next Trump Model when, by his own admission, he walked in on contestants changing during his pageants, informing Howard Stern: “I sort of get away with things like that.”
Scion: A new line of hotels that won’t use the Trump name, but will strongly hint at a Donald connection. (Scion means “a descendant of a notable family.”)
Trump Follies LLC: Yes, he actually owns this. No, no one seems to know quite what it does.