Goldman veterans brought vast wealth to Trump’s White House

White House

By Jacob Pramuk

At the heart of the wealth amassed by top White House officials, there is a very familiar—and decidedly non-populist—name.

President Donald Trump put Goldman Sachs veterans at the top ranks of his White House staff, and alumni of the powerful firm brought vast wealth with them, according to financial disclosures released late Friday.

Chief economic advisor Gary Cohn, deputy National Security Advisor Dina Powell and chief strategist Steve Bannon—all of whom worked at Goldman at one point during their careers—came to the Trump administration as multimillionaires, the documents show.

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