Newly released financial disclosures show substantial assets among members of the Trump administration
The White House released a broad set of financial disclosures that showed the assets for as many as 180 senior officials on Friday evening.
The information outlines the sizable wealth of many members of the Trump administration which closes in on a cumulative $12 billion, according to a December Bloomberg report.
Officials including White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, and advisers Jared Kushner and Reince Priebus listed assets they held at the time they began working for the government, a little more than two months ago. Since then, staffers may have divested from some of those assets, resigned from prior jobs, or recused themselves from holdings that may potentially create conflicts of interest.Here's a look at what the Trump administration's financial disclosures show, based on data gathered at the time they entered public service.