Trump is adding even more Goldman Sachs executives to his nascent administration. Trump’s top donor and close advisor, hedge fund manager and Goldman Sachs alumna Anthony Scaramucci, will serve as a senior White House advisor, according to The Washington Post, and Trump’s transition team officially announced that Dina Habib Powell will be a "senior counselor for economic initiatives.”
...They’ll join White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, Treasury Secretary nominee Steve Mnuchin, National Economic Council Chairman-appointee Gary Cohn and Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman nominee Jay Clayton as top Trump appointees who held senior Goldman positions.
Surprise, surprise. Trump has turned his back on everything he said in the campaign and cozied up to Wall Street. https://t.co/vbvGsjUJOC— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) 6 February 2017