The inner circle

A look at the Goldman alumni and other players on Trump's team

Feb.February 01, 2017 07:00 AM

The estimated net worth of Trump’s cabinet is now pegged between $12 and $15 billion — on par with the projected cost of building the Mexico border wall. Four of the new administration members follow in the footsteps of previous Goldman Sachs alumni to join the White House, including Robert Rubin, Stephen Friedman and Henry Paulson, while others hail from different realms of high finance. Here are some of the top names tied to Wall Street and NYC real estate.

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