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Old March 3rd, 2018, 09:36 PM   #11
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I would love to make $179,000 a year, but I would imagine in Washington DC that this would be an average salary, after measuring in the cost of housing in an expensive city, private school education for the children and all of that. Not to mention that 179K is taxable income, so maybe $150,000 net?

Seems to me that most (not all of them but most) would make much better money in the private sector, and probably this is what most of these people are gunning for, a lucrative post White House career. Wouldn't the military guys like Kelly and McMaster just be better off staying in and retiring from the military instead of putting up with all this bullshit for a very average salary? Wouldn't Kelly and McMaster make much, much more money being on some corporate board or something?
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I would love to make $179,000 a year, but I would imagine in Washington DC that this would be an average salary, after measuring in the cost of housing in an expensive city, private school education for the children and all of that. Not to mention that 179K is taxable income, so maybe $150,000 net?

Seems to me that most (not all of them but most) would make much better money in the private sector, and probably this is what most of these people are gunning for, a lucrative post White House career. Wouldn't the military guys like Kelly and McMaster just be better off staying in and retiring from the military instead of putting up with all this bullshit for a very average salary? Wouldn't Kelly and McMaster make much, much more money being on some corporate board or something?

Potential book deals. Hope Hicks will likely get offered millions for a book, there is an example of the money these people can get. Not that most of those books ever sell many copies, but that is besides the point.
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Old March 3rd, 2018, 10:03 PM   #13
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Oh, Ivanka. Her livelihood is as opaque as her full-coverage foundation, but she plays a critical role in her father's administration and in the broader danse macabre of corruption and legitimacy.

Ivanka Trump: Born to legitimize corruption and make the shoddy look cute
I wouldn't take Ivanka to a dog fight even is she is the main attraction.
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Wow. You really really need to do some research before spewing TDS nonsense. They don't have two nickels? Are you so immersed in TDS that you forgot they are both MULTI-MILLIONAIRES?

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In 2017, federal disclosures suggested Kushner and his wife had assets worth at least $240 million, and as much as $740 million. They also have an art collection estimated to be worth millions that was not mentioned in the financial disclosures initially, and enjoy visiting art studios.

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Here are the salaries of some of the former and current top official under the Trump White House officials:

Reince Priebus, chief of staff, assistant to the president $179,700

Steve Bannon, chief strategist, assistant to the president $179,700

Kellyanne Conway, senior counselor to the president, assistant to the president $179,700

Sean Spicer, press secretary, assistant to the president $179,700

Hope Hicks, director of strategic communications, assistant to the president $179,700

Dan Scavino, director of social media, assistant to the president $179,700

Stephen Miller, senior policy adviser, assistant to the president $179,700

Marc Short, director of the Office of Legislative Affairs, assistant to the president $179,700

Retired Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg, executive secretary and chief of staff for the National Security Council, assistant to the president $179,700

Andrew Bremberg, director of the Domestic Policy Council, assistant to the president $179,700

Rick Dearborn, deputy chief of staff for legislative, Cabinet, intergovernmental affairs and implementation, assistant to the president $179,700

Omarosa Manigault, director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison, assistant to the president $179,700.00

Don McGahn, counsel to the president, assistant to the president $179,700

Tom Bossert, assistant to the president for homeland security and counterterrorism $179,700

Dina Powell, deputy national security adviser for strategy, assistant to the president $179,700

Lindsay Reynolds, chief of staff to the first lady, assistant to the president $179,700

Jason Greenblatt, special representative for international negotiations, assistant to the president $179,700

Sarah Sanders, principal deputy press secretary, deputy assistant to the president $165,000

Keith Schiller, director of Oval Office operations, deputy assistant to the president $165,000

Peter Navarro, director of trade and manufacturing policy, deputy assistant to the president $165,000

George Gigicos, director of presidential advance, deputy assistant to the president $165,000

Sebastian Gorka, strategist, deputy assistant to the president $155,000

Stephanie Grisham, director of communications for the first lady, special assistant to the president $115,000.00

Lindsay Walters, deputy press secretary and adviser to the press secretary, special assistant to the president $115,000

Gary Cohn, director of the National Economic Council, assistant to the president $30,000

Ivanka Trump, adviser to the president $0

Jared Kushner, senior adviser, assistant to the president $0

Reed Cordish, assistant to the president for intergovernmental and technology initiatives $0
Why doesn't Sarah make $179,700?
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Oh, Ivanka. Her livelihood is as opaque as her full-coverage foundation, but she plays a critical role in her father's administration and in the broader danse macabre of corruption and legitimacy.

Ivanka Trump: Born to legitimize corruption and make the shoddy look cute


Ivanka is being groomed....to run for president...down the road....and you can't run for president unless you've also been groomed to legitimize corruption.

See how that works??
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Ivanka is being groomed....to run for president...down the road....and you can't run for president unless you've also been groomed to legitimize corruption.

See how that works??
Notice that Don the Con did not levy tariffs on foreign manufactured shoes and ties. What a coincidence.
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