President Trump makes it rain when compared to the rest of the 2020 presidential candidates, according to Forbes, who recently released its definitive wealth ranking for the 2020 presidential candidates. But how do the rest stack up?

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Trump topped the list with a net worth of $3.1 billion, followed by Tom Steyer with a cash flow of $1.6 billion, followed by John Delaney with $200 million, Michael Bennet with $15 million and Elizabeth Warren with $12 million.

Rounding out the bottom of the list Hawaii Rep.Tulsi Gabbard ($500,000), Tim Ryan ($500,000) and Pete Buttigieg ($100,000).

However, the list may be revealing more than just faces and numbers.

“Each one of these people has their own story and you can learn a lot by looking at how somebody made their money,” Forbes senior editor Dan Alexander told FOX Business during an appearance on “Mornings with Maria.” “If you look at Beto  O’Rourke, you know, most of it comes from his family. If you look at John Delaney, the moderate Democrat, makes sense, he’s made a heck of a lot of money in the business world.”