These were just released Friday; there are more to come. Just scroll down this article to read the various forms that are now public. What is particularly galling about this data dump is that no staff names were released, and you have to file a request for each staffer. But if you don’t know the staffer, how can you file a request? So The New York Times, the Associated Press, and ProPublica got together and requested every staffer’s name they had in their respective files. Once they had them, this combined team loaded them into a Google Drive folder and listed them alphabetically. Now that is what journalists do! Now read the forms on what is arguably the wealthiest White House staff ever.
Financial Disclosures of White House Staff