White House economic adviser Gary Cohn resigned Tuesday, adding to a recent spate of highly visible staff changes in President Donald Trump’s administration.
Cohn went to work after jumping from Wall Street titan Goldman Sachs and helped guide the president’s landmark tax reform law that passed in December. But he reportedly clashed with Trump over the president’s plan to impost tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. […]
The resignation comes at a particularly tumultuous time for the administration. Trusted adviser Hope Hicks recently announced her departure and the president’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, had his security clearance downgraded amid his failure to obtain permanent clearance.
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