U.S. President Donald Trump's net worth took a $400-million hit during his first year in the White House, according to Forbes magazine billionaires' list.
Gates, who has topped the Forbes billionaires list for 18 of the last 24 years, saw his fortune rise modestly from $86bn to $90bn.
Forbes said "after a two year hiatus, Anu Aga regained her billionaire status on a jump in shares of engineering firm Thermax, in which she owns 62 per cent".
The $100 billion dollar man forced Microsoft co-founder to occupy the second spot with a worth of $90 billion.
Next up are investor Warren Buffett (No. 3, $84 billion), French investor and art collector Bernard Arnault (No. 4, $72 billion) and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg (No. 5, $71 billion). Record results at his luxury goods empire LVMH and a deal to buy out almost all of Christian Dior helped boost Arnault's fortune by $30.5 billion.
The fall comes a year after the Trump's net worth was reportedly $3.5 billion - about $1 billion less than his fortune reported on the Forbes 2016 Billionaires List.
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Trump Tower, the President's Fifth Ave. home and namesake high-rise, lost an estimated $41 million in value past year, according to Forbes. They are worth $19.5bn and are 55th on the global list according to Forbes. Trump fared better in Forbes's ranking than in Bloomberg's billionaires list, which put his net worth at $2.86 billion.
The improvement in Mr Bezos' fortune is the biggest on record. He's the first centibillionaire on the list with $112 billion. As of February 9, Bezos' wealth stood at $112 billion as of February 9, up from about $73 billion past year, according to Forbes. The United States had a record 585 billionaires, followed by mainland China with 373.
Forbes says Mr Bezos has seen his fortune climb to more than $112bn in the past year, but Donald Trump's wealth has decreased.