President Trump night released details of the personal finances of his staffers late on Friday, including his son-in-law Jared Kushner and daughter Ivanka, which once again confirmed that most of the people in his immediate circle are very wealthy. The legally required disclosure documents provided a snapshot of assets and positions held by personnel when they first entered their new jobs at the White House, and before they started selling stocks and other assets that could pose conflicts of interest, according to White House ethics officials.
Curiously, the White House did not actually create a public depository of the filings, so AP, Propublica and the NYT created a shared drive for all the disclosures so far.
.@nytimes @AP @politico And we're off. Since the White House is not posting the documents publicly, we ( @nytimes @AP) are: — ProPublica (@ProPublica) March 31, 2017
This post was published at Zero Hedge on Apr 1, 2017.