I have corrected you on this before, linking you to more accurate information. Donald's father was among the richer men in New York City, but never the richest man even just in that one place. This is more important than one might think, because the sting of the exclusion of Donald's father - and Donald - from the exclusive society of the very wealthiest families in New York seems to have dogged Trump his whole life. It bothered him, and it still does. The term "one of the richest men in America" is enough to make the point that Trump was born rich - but the comparison with the Bush family and similar people can mislead. There's a difference between being born rich and being born to great wealth, so to speak, and it matters with Trump - part of that difference is in the lack of responsibility for any community that Trump so flagrantly exhibits. Even New York City, his "home town", is a stage on which he preens rather than a city in which he lives, its residents rich and poor an audience (and market) rather than a neighborhood.