Donald Trump is reportedly considering Gary Cohn for a senior post in the administration.
During his campaign, Donald Trump promised his supporters that he would fight for the little guy, and, in an ad, featured the CEO of Goldman Sachs as an example of those working against the working class, notes The New York Times.
Politico reports that in more recent times, he has both appointed and continues to consider putting people with ties to that company in senior administration positions.
Among them is Gary Cohn, the current president of Goldman Sachs.
Trump met with Cohn on Tuesday, and, according to inside sources, their discussion included potential jobs Cohn could hold in the administration, notes Bloomberg.
According to Politico, one possible post is the director of the Office of Management and Budget, which, as the name suggests, would assist the president-elect in the development and execution of his budget policies.