And some of the wealthiest aides to President Donald Trump aren't paid at all. In the past week alone he's made vile comments about MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski in response to her critizing him on air and patronizingly called a female reporter over to his desk just to compliment her smile.
The information used in the analysis came from the White House's annual report to Congress, which was released Friday and contains payroll information for White House staffers.
The highest-paid staffer appears to be senior policy adviser Mark House, who is making $187,100 a year, according to the 16-page document. Perry also notes in his analysis that of the top 101 highest-paid White House employees, almost 75% of them are men.More news: This Actress Didn't Like How She Was Portrayed & Is Suing Ryan Murphy
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Ivanka Trump took her plea for equal pay for equal work directly to CEOs at a Tuesday summit at the White House. During Barack Obama's previous year, women were paid 10.75 percent less than their male counterparts.
The findings also continue to show the hollowness of Ivanka Trump.
The gender pay difference nationally is 82 cents for women against every dollar for men and as of 2015, federal government jobs' pay gap was 11 percent, according to a CNN look at an Office of Personnel Management report.