Authored by Gary Rivlin and Michael Hudson via The Intercept, in partnership with The Investigative Fund, Steve Bannon was in the room the day Donald Trump first fell for Gary Cohn. So were Reince Priebus, Jared Kushner, and Trump’s pick for secretary of Treasury, Steve Mnuchin. Show More Summary
GOLDMAN SACHS had been a favorite cudgel for candidate Trump -- the symbol of a government that favors Wall Street over its citizenry. Trump proclaimed that Hillary Clinton was in the firm's pockets, as was Ted Cruz. It was Goldman Sachs...Show More Summary
On Monday, while senior White House adviser Gary Cohn was busy dispelling rumors that the Trump administration might reverse course on its decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, leaders from around the world descended on New York City with a clear message for the beginning of NYC Climate Week: cities, states, and businesses […]
“President Trump’s chief economic adviser, Gary Cohn, emphasized to foreign climate and energy officials on Monday that the U.S. still intends to withdraw from the Paris climate accord,” Bloomberg reports. “Speculation that Trump would reverse course and remain in the [...]
President Donald Trump will reportedly completely withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord on Monday when he meets with U.N. climate ministers. Trump economic adviser Gary Cohn confirmed to CNN that Trump will announce his decision when he travels to the U.N. on Monday, CNN reported. As recently as...
White House National Economic Council director Gary Cohn, former president of Goldman Sachs, said recently that “only morons pay the estate tax.” I’m reminded of Donald Trump’s comment that he didn’t pay federal income taxes because he was “smart.” And billionaire Leona Helmsley’s “only the...
Taxing dynastic wealth is an absolute necessity if we hope to restore our democracy. White House National Economic Council director Gary Cohn, former president of Goldman Sachs, said recently that “only morons pay the estate tax.” I’m...Show More Summary
White House National Economic Council director Gary Cohn, former president of Goldman Sachs,...
Senior economic adviser Gary Cohn told the media that President Trump had to “do better” after his Charlottesville comments equating the neo-Nazis with counter-protesters (something Trump did again on Thursday, a day after meeting with...Show More Summary
Gary Cohn may yet have an exit strategy.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's top economic adviser, Gary Cohn, will hold a breakfast for international officials focused on energy and climate issues next week, according to a copy of the invitation for the event seen by Reuters on Tuesday.
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For the past several weeks, many market pundits have speculated that if Gary Cohn were to quit the Trump administration, stock prices would tank. The founder of the world's largest hedge fund... To view the full story, click the title link.
Gary D. Cohn, the White House economic adviser, has invited climate and energy ministers to a breakfast in New York as part of the annual United Nations meeting.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio said it would be "terrible" if chief economic adviser Gary Cohn left the Trump administration. "I think it would be terrible if Gary left," Dalio told an audience of Wall Street money managers at the Delivering Alpha conference on Tuesday, September 12. Show More Summary
Gary Cohn, chair of the White House National Economic Council, disagreed with Trump after Charlottesville. The fallout is severe and ongoing.
“Stephen Bannon — President Trump’s former chief strategist who left the White House in August — declared war Sunday against the Republican congressional leadership, called on Gary Cohn, Trump’s top economic adviser, to resign, and outlined his views on issues [...]
President Donald Trump has given his top economic adviser Gary Cohn, who leads the White House's National Economic Council, the cold shoulder after he publicly criticized Trump for his lackluster response that erupted at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, the New York Times reported on Friday. Show More Summary
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The New York Times reports: The new chief of staff has tried to shield Gary D. Cohn, the chairman of the National Economic Council, from Mr. Trump’s continuing wrath since the former Goldman Sachs executive went public with his disgust [...]