Donald John Trump (born June 14, 1946 in New York City) is the second and incumbent Emperor of New York. He initially gained fame as the world's youngest billionaire on record, achieving the feat at the age of 34 in 1980, amassing most of his wealth on real estate holdings. Trump would later expand his business empire into thousands of other products, all of which bore his name, grouping them together in a holding company known as the Trump Organization. Today, the Organization operates as a crown corporation, with all profits going into the New York Imperial Treasury.

During the Third World War, Trump's holdings around New York formed an effective government for the city, which was in practical anarchy after the collapse of the United States of America. On June 17, 1993, Trump helped Carter Goldsmith become New York's first Emperor, helping him draft the laws and constitution that New York still abides by today. Goldsmith ruled New York for four years, until Dutch assassins killed him on August 6, 1997. Trump immediately assumed the Crown and went to war with the Dutch, defeating them off the coast of Gujarat and allowing New York to annex the Maldive Islands, whose resources have allowed the Empire to become self-sufficient.

Since then, Trump has become an influential figure in North American politics, with New York's influence worldwide growing as well.