NY Times — Reporting was contributed by Eric Lipton, Barry Meier, Rachael Abrams, Sarah Cohen, Jeremy Bowers, Andrew Lehren, Steve Eder, Jonathan Weisman, Lara Jakes and Ben Protess. Mach 31, 2017 Accessed April 2, 2017
The Trump administration released the financial disclosure forms from members of the White House staff. Here is some of what they reveal.
■ The disclosures include the complicated assets of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, President Trump’s daughter and son-in-law, who retain vast business holdings.
■ Stephen K. Bannon, the president’s senior adviser, made as much as $2.3 million last year.
■ Gary Cohn, the director of the National Economic Council and the former No. 2 executive at Goldman Sachs, has assets valued at $252 million to $611 million.
■ Mr. Bannon and Mr. Cohn, who both have past ties to Goldman Sachs, nonetheless took very different paths to their fortunes.
Gary Cohn, a former Goldman executive, is among the wealthiest White House employees.
Mr. Cohn, who until late last year was the No. 2 executive at the investment bank Goldman Sachs, has assets worth $252 million to $611 million, according to a disclosure filing released Friday. That makes Mr. Cohn, now the director of the National Economic Council and a central adviser to Mr. Trump, one of the wealthier members of the already-affluent Trump administration, which includes more than one billionaire.