President-elect Donald Trump’s incoming cabinet is worth at least $4.5 billion, according to an analysis by TheWrap.
The poorest cabinet appointee is Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-MT), picked as secretary of the interior, who is worth a mere estimated $800,000, according to Forbes. Vice President Mike Pence has the same measly net worth.
Much more typical are those worth hundreds of millions or upwards of a billion, like Steve Mnuchin, the incoming secretary of the treasury ($300 million), or Ben Carson, in housing and human development ($29 million).
That number doesn’t even include Linda McMahon, Trump’s choice to lead the Small Business Administration, because it’s not technically a Cabinet gig. She is worth an estimated $1.35 billion, according to Bloomberg.
Trump has not named Secretaries of Agriculture or Veterans Affairs, so expect this list to grow. In the meantime, check out the net worth of each cabinet member, according to Forbes.
Vice President–Mike Pence $800,000
Secretary of State–Rex Tillerson $325 million
Secretary of the Treasury–Steve Mnuchin $300 million
Secretary of Defense– Gen. James Mattis (retired) $5 million
Attorney General–Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) $6 million
Secretary of the Interior–Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-MT) $800,000
Secretary of Commerce–Wilbur Ross $2.5 billion
Secretary of Labor–Andrew Puzder $45 million
Secretary of Health and Human Services–Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) $10 million
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development–Dr. Ben Carson $29 million
Secretary of Transportation–Elaine Chao $24 million
Secretary of Energy–Gov. Rick Perry $2 million
Secretary of Education–Betsy DeVos $1.25 billion
Secretary of Homeland Security-Gen. John Kelly (retired) $4 million
The list does not include Trump’s estimated net worth of $3.7 billion or cabinet-level picks.