Trump submits his financial disclosure

Tami Abdollah

US President Donald Trump has submitted his annual financial disclosure to the US Office of Government Ethics and it is expected to be released publicly in the coming days.

Trump's disclosure, which includes all of 2017 and part of 2018, is being closely watched by ethics experts to see whether he will disclose the $US130,000 ($A173,797) paid to porn star Stormy Daniels on his behalf by his lawyer Michael Cohen.

The upcoming report will also be the first extended look at how Trump's businesses have performed since he became president in January of last year.

Trump's previous report, covering January 2016 through the first few months of 2017, showed he had at least $US1.4 billion ($A1.9 billion) in assets and at least $US594 million ($A794 million) in income.