White House staff financial disclosures: A deeper dive into the forms

Details of the personal finances of many Trump White House officials went public on Friday, revealing the investments, previous salary and organizational ties of those entering government service.

The White House began releasing the personal financial disclosure forms upon request through the White House web site. Officials stressed that the forms were likely to be updated in many cases and that, in order to address conflict of interest concerns, some of the assets listed may have been sold since the forms were filed.

Here is a selection of the forms obtained by POLITICO (list will be updated):

Jarrod Agen, deputy assistant to the president and director of communications to the vice president

Steve Bannon, assistant to the president and chief strategist

Thomas Bossert, homeland security adviser

Sean Cairncross, deputy assistant to the president and senior adviser to Reince Priebus

Steven Cheung, assistant communications director

Gary Cohn, chief economic adviser

Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president

Reed Cordish, assistant to the president for intragovernmental and technology initiatives

Makan Delrahim, deputy White House counsel

John DeStefano, director of president personnel

John Eisenberg, legal adviser, National Security Council

Michael Ellis, special assistant to the president and associate counsel

Michael Flynn, former national security adviser

Michael Flynn, former national security adviser

Jason Greenblatt, assistant to the president and special representative for international negotiations

Julia Hahn, deputy policy strategist

Hope Hicks, director of strategic communications

Joseph Kellogg, chief of staff and executive secretary, National Security Council

Jared Kushner, assistant to the president and senior adviser to the president

Gerrit Lansing, former chief digital officer

Chris Liddell, assistant to the president and director of strategic initiatives

Marc Lotter, special assistant to the president and press secretary to the vice president

Omarosa Manigault, director of communications, OPL

Stephen Miller, senior adviser to the president for policy

Kathleen McFarland, deputy national security adviser

Donald McGahn, counsel to the president

Bill McGinley, Cabinet secretary

Peter Navarro, director of the National Trade Council

Jennifer Pavlik, deputy assistant to the president and deputy chief of staff to the vice president

Joshua Pitcock, assistant to the president and chief of staff to the vice president

Dina Powell, assistant to the president and senior counselor for economic initiatives

Reince Priebus, chief of staff

Dan Scavino, director of social media

Keith Schiller, deputy assistant to the president and director for oval office operations

Marc Short, director of legislative affairs

Sean Spicer, press secretary

Bill Stepien, White House political director

Katy Talento, special adviser to the president for health

Katie Walsh, former deputy chief of staff for implementation

Paul Winfree, deputy director of the Domstic Policy Council