Does Cohn's exit mark end of Trump's Goldman era?
WASHINGTON (AP) — Has President Donald Trump's romance with the Goldman Sachs crowd gone cold?
Top economic adviser Gary Cohn is only the latest Goldman figure to head for the White House exits, suggesting the influence of the oh-so-establishment banking powerhouse has been overwhelmed by the more nationalistic voices in the West Wing.
Cohn, Goldman's former president, announced his resignation this week after an unsuccessful effort to block Trump from imposing sweeping new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
Trump threw Cohn a laurel on the way out, saying, "He may be a globalist,... read more
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