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More Wall Street Insiders Named To Trump Cabinet

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News video: More Wall Street Insiders Named To Trump CabinetAccording to news source a large number of Wall Street insiders have been chosen by President-elect Donald Trump to head his incoming administration. In fact, several of those selected come from the investment bank Goldman Sachs, such as Steve Bannon, Steven Mnuchin, and now possibly Gary Cohen. This leaves many wondering whether this is a contradiction of Trump's campaign promise to "drain the swamp" in Washington.

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