President Trump's key advisers - including his son-in-law Jared Kushner - are sitting on tons of money, according to financial filings released Friday. In all, Hahn reported investments that could be worth as much as $2.5 million.
They appeared much wealthier than officials in previous administrations, including Barack Obama's White House, US media reported. Ivanka Trump maintains a stake in the president's controversial Washington, D.C., hotel property, but it is not clear she is earning income from that tie.
They remain the beneficiaries to Kushner's family's real estate business, worth as much as $740 million.
He removed himself as chairman of Brietbart News Network in August, 2016, when he focused on Trump's presidential campaign.
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus had assets of between $604,000 and $1.16 million and income of $1.42 million. Her husband Jared Kushner, 36, has the title of senior adviser.
Neither President Donald Trump or Vice-President Mike Pence were part of the disclosure release, which came late on Friday. He has handed off control to his two oldest sons, but ethics watchdogs have complained that the arrangements do not go far enough to avoid conflicts, and have urged Trump to divest fully or set up a blind trust for his assets.
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- KT McFarland, a former Fox News analyst and now Trump's deputy national security adviser, reported more than $125,000 in income a year ago from a number of speaking gigs.
Members of the public will not be able to retrieve financial information directly from the White House site. But the bigger chunk of his earnings was a $450,000 equity buyout from his law firm, Michael Best & Friedrich.
His financial disclosure shows he received at least $40m in income from Goldman Sachs-related dividends, interest, salary and bonuses, about half of which was in some form of stock compensation.
Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump are beneficiaries of scores of real estate and investment businesses worth about $741 million, documents reveal. But he will remain a beneficiary of a lot of them, through a series of trusts that own the real estate companies.
Stephen Bannon, the counselor to the President, has between $3.3 million and $12.6 million in bank accounts, real estate and other holdings.
Those documents will not be disclosed, White House lawyers said, although the public will eventually have access to "certificates of divestiture" issued to employees who are seeking capital gains tax deferrals for selling off certain assets. Bannon also disclosed he earned slightly less than $200,000 a year ago as executive director of Breitbart News Network, before he resigned in August to join Trump's campaign.
Others include disclosures for Steve Bannon, former Breitbart executive chairman and Trump's chief strategist at the White House, and Gary Cohn, National Economic Council director who is a former Goldman Sachs president.