Last Updated Mar 31, 2017 6:01 PM EDT
The White House was poised Friday to publicly release on its website the financial disclosure forms of 180 administration officials as part of an information release for employees earning over $161,000.
Ivanka Trump’s finances will not be among them, senior administration officials said, noting that the disclosure forms would be available later tonight. President Trump’s daughter agreed to serve as an unpaid government employee just this week, triggering the need for her to file financial disclosures.
Her husband, Jared Kushner, a senior adviser to Mr. Trump, filed one form earlier this month but may have additional information to disclose. Mr. Trump’s chief economic adviser, former Goldman Sachs (GS) president Gary Cohn, must also file a disclosure form.