At 21, Kylie Jenner may be among the most newsworthy additions to Forbes' annual list of billionaires, but familiar names – Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett – remain atop the 2019 list, released earlier this week. Collectively, the 2,153 people or families on the list are worth $8.7 trillion, down $400 billion from 2018

President Donald Trump is No. 715 on this year's list, with his $3.1 billion net worth unchanged from last year, according to Forbes. He jumped 51 spots from his position on the list in 2018. "He moves up because so many billionaires dropped in the ranks," Luisa Kroll, Forbes Magazine assistant managing editor, told Reuters on Wednesday.

In the U.S., there are 607 billionaires, up from 586 last year and 404 in 2010, and 14 of the world's 20 richest are from the U.S. More than 40 percent of U.S. billionaires live in two states – California and New York – and more than three-quarters of the nation's billionaires have their primary residences in one of 10 states.

Here are the top states for billionaires in the U.S