Coronavirus response coordinator Jeffrey Zients, science adviser Eric Lander and domestic policy adviser Susan Rice are among President Biden’s wealthiest cabinet members and senior aides, disclosures made public over the weekend show.
Mr. Lander, who founded and led the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and is the holder of numerous biotech patents, disclosed assets worth at least $45.5 million.
Ms. Rice, a former national security adviser and United Nations ambassador, listed assets worth at least $37.9 million.
Mr. Trump, a real-estate mogul, emphasized bringing people with business experience into his administration, while many of Mr. Biden’s hires worked alongside him in former President Barack Obama’s administration.
Penny Pritzker, who was a commerce secretary for Mr. Obama, was worth an estimated $1.85 billion at the time of her confirmation.
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