Donald Trump has named two more aides with ties to Goldman Sachs to top White House positions. Anthony Scaramucci, a top Trump campaign fundraiser who began his Wall Street career at Goldman Sachs, will head the Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs. And Goldman Sachs partner Dina Powell is expected to take a senior advisory role in the White House, where she’ll work closely with Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka. Scaramucci and Powell will join at least three other former Goldman Sachs employees tapped for top jobs by the Trump administration.
Trump Taps Two More Former Goldman Sachs Employees
HeadlineJan 13, 2017