New financial records released on Friday, March 31, 2017, indicate that Trump's staff is loaded with members of the elite 1 percent. At a striking figure of $12 billion in combined net worth, perhaps the most surprising aspect of the information release is that Trump's personal net worth, valued at a whopping $3.5 billion, isn't even included. Per a report by The Hill, wealthier members of the president's staff include his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and Gary Cohn, Trump's top economic adviser and the former president of Goldman Sachs - an investment banking powerhouse valued at $73 billion by Forbes in 2016.

Kushner's wealth comes primarily from real estate

The majority of Kushner's wealth comes from his family's real estate business. As a primary beneficiary, Kushner has access to an extremely lucrative empire- reports indicate that the 36-year-old could be valued at as much as $740 million. According to The Hill, Ivanka Trump, Kushner's wife and Trump's daughter, is also a millionaire, with a stake in her father's D.C. hotel valued at anywhere between $5-25 million.

White House economic adviser made a fortune at Goldman Sachs

Gary Cohn's net worth of at least $254 million stems primarily from his former position at Goldman Sachs, with sources claiming that the president's adviser made at least $123 million in compensation from the time he accepted the position as the firm's COO and president in 2009 to his departure.

In terms of that actual departure, those same sources indicate that his payout from the company could have been as large as $58 million- chump change to a billionaire, but still more than what 99% of the world will get to see in their lifetime.

Trump strategist is worth eight figures

Financial reports also reveal that Steve Bannon, Trump's chief strategist and former chairman of the extremely controversial Breitbart News, could be worth as much as $56 million- though the exact source of his net worth isn't quite clear.

Reportedly claiming a Breitbart salary of only a little under $200,000, it's unlikely he made his millions this way. Instead, sources like Forbes believe the majority of his wealth could come from financial holdings in the entertainment and real estate industries.

With such wealth in the White House, the general public has had pretty mixed reactions about the amount of attention they expect the 99 percent to receive in the coming years. A 2016 list produced by the International Monetary Fund indicates that about 64 countries around the world have an international gross market value less than $12 billion.