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Gary Cohn's White House salary is below nearly every other high ranking staffer

Former Goldman Sachs COO Gary Cohn took a steep pay cut to join President Donald Trump's administration. Cohn, who earned a combined salary and bonus of $7.3 million at Goldman Sachs in 2016, is now making $30,000 a year as Trump's director of the National Economic Council — a 99.6% decrease. The new salary figure is based on an annual report to Congress released Friday detailing compensation of White House staff.
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