WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's new chief of staff Bill Daley and incoming senior adviser David Plouffe (pluff) have filed financial disclosure forms showing — no surprise — they're rich.
Daley reported getting more than $20 million in salary, bonuses and other income last year. Plouffe's haul was more modest: His salary and speaking fees topped $1.5 million in 2010.
Daley got much of his income from JPMorgan Chase & Co., where he was a top executive. The White House says he's recusing himself from any matters involving JPMorgan and also divesting all of his holdings in individual companies.
Federal law requires certain top officials to file the disclosure forms annually. The White House made Plouffe's and Daley's available Friday.
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