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During his first term, Cuomo was leading a strategy session about Occupy Wall Street at the mansion, fearing that such gate-storming populism would imperil his agenda, when he interrupted himself, according to a person present. “If I have one gift,” he told his team—besides, he said, being told he was excellent at oral sex—“it’s being able to see around the corners of politics.”
A spokesman for the governor, who has denied accusations of sexual misconduct from a number of women, called the Times’ account “a disgusting and defamatory lie.” The Times also reported that Cuomo previously compared himself to Sonny Corleone, the violent, impulsive son in The Godfather, which the same spokesperson insisted never happened, writing that Cuomo “never uses Godfather references,” and adding, “This is an anti-Italian, bigoted, false, defamatory statement. ”
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North Hunterdon edges Phillipsburg for first championship since 1975
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EAST RUTHERFORD – The North Hunterdon High School football team’s dream season had one blemish entering the NJSIAA North 2 Group V championship game, a Week 8 loss to Phillipsburg in which the Lions were uncharacteristically flat, unable to find the kind of rhythm that, to that point, had propelled them to an undefeated season.
Saturday, despite a wild and wacky start that featured two turnovers by each team in the game’s first 1:11, and an offensive performance for most of the first half that was eerily reminiscent to the bad day it suffered at Phillipsburg five weeks ago, North Hunterdon found its on-switch, not only avenging that 13-point loss, but claiming its first state sectional championship in 42 years and defeating the Stateliners for the first time since 1997, a span of 16 meetings.
Senior quarterback Matt Busher complete 18-of-35 passes for 240 yards and two touchdowns, shaking off three interceptions, and senior receiver Jared McMahon caught five passes for 120 yards and a touchdown, as North Hunterdon capitalized on a missed extra point in the fourth quarter, forced a key fumble in the final minutes, and claimed its first title since 1975 with a 21-20 victory at MetLife Stadium.
“It’s just passion, hard-hat mentality, North Hunterdon football,” said Busher, whose club finished 11-1, capturing just the second state title in program history. “We fought through so much this year. We’ve been down games and we’ve fought back, lost to Phillipsburg and came back and beat Voorhees. We went on a state playoff run like I’ve never seen before. This is the first time for me and it’s one of the coolest things I’ve ever experienced in my life.”
“In the beginning of the season we talked about making a state-championship run, and we were like, ‘C’mon guys that’s a joke, let’s be real. We’ll be a good team, like a three-loss team,’” Jared McMahon said. “Then we start making that run, we hit a bump in the road with P’burg a few weeks ago, and we just kept grinding through it. We made this a reality and it’s unbelievable.”
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Whiplash started the action Saturday, as Phillipsburg fumbled the opening kickoff, with Quadree Smith stripping the returner and Anthony Masters recovering the loose ball, before Sean Morro intercepted Busher’s first pass. The Lions then recovered another fumble on the first play of the ensuing Stateliners drive after a bad handoff, with Connor McMahon grabbing the loose ball, before Morro tallied another pick, intercepting Busher at the 1-yard line after the quarterback escaped several would-be sackers and heaved it across the field toward the end zone.
Three plays into the next Phillipsburg possession, quarterback Jack Staggard hit Morro with a pass near the right sideline and the senior shook of a would-be tackler and went 94 yards for a score.
After the Stateliners stuffed North on five consecutive plays inside the 2-yard line two possessions later, P’burg increased its advantage to 14-0 with 2:43 remaining in the second quarter, as Sterling Walker-Sutton capped a 14-play, 98-yard with a one-yard touchdown dive and Billy Oertel added the kick.
But North Hunterdon wasn’t quite ready to pack it in, as it finally got on the board with a nice-looking drive in the final minutes of the half, going 79 yards on 10 plays, highlighted by a great 31-yard catch by Jared McMahon on a 2nd-and-9 from the P’burg 43. It was capped by a 12-yard TD strike from Busher to Griffin Honthy, followed by a John Spies boot, and the teams went into the intermission with Phillipsburg leading 14-7.
Whatever switch North Hunterdon flipped at the end of the first half stayed on, as the Lions continued to flow on offense, while its defense began to find consistency, as well.
After Busher’s third interception ended the Lions’ first drive of the second half, North forced Phillipsburg to go 3-and-out, before Busher piloted a nine-play, 88-yard drive, featuring another great Jared McMahon catch for a 22-yard gain and a three-yard scoring run by Luke Wain, who finished 94 yards rushing. Spies added the PAT and the game was tied 14-14 with 6:00 left in the third quarter.
Another 3-and-out from the Stateliners followed, setting North Hunterdon up near midfield, and the Lions cashed in again, as Busher hit McMahon with a beautiful 34-yard touchdown strike to go up by a touchdown with 3:30 left in the period.
“When we were getting shutout in the first half we knew we had to dig deep and get through it,” Jared McMahon said. “We knew we could beat these guys with what Coach (Jared) Mazzetta came up with, we just had to get going. And once we got going, you could see it at the end of the first half, we were clicking. And when we got that first (successful) drive going, we knew we could take this. ”
“It was a couple of big plays and them sticking to the game plan,” Mazzetta said. “We knew we were going to take shots when the shots were there for us, and the rest of the game was just grinding it out. They (Phillipsburg) are the best defense around, so we knew what we had to do. There were going to be some negative plays, there were going to be some third-and-longs, but when we had the shots, our kids completed the passes, they made the big plays and the defense played amazing again.”
But North Hunterdon wasn’t quite out of the woods just yet. The Lions continued to hold Phillipsburg at bay for the balance of the third quarter and on its first drive of the fourth, but the Stateliners weren’t going to be limited forever and they proved it, as Staggard scored on a 24-yard run with 5:40 left in regulation. But the extra-point attempt sailed wide left, allowing North Hunterdon to maintain a 21-20 advantage.
The Lions couldn’t capitalize on the momentum swing, going 3-and-out on the ensuing drive, and Phillipsburg began its next drive at its own 48-yard line with 4:33, looking for a game-winning drive.
Walker-Sutton began it, ripping off runs off a 12-yard, seven-yard and eight-yard run to get the Stateliners to the North Hunterdon 21-yard line, before the Lions made the defensive play of the day, as Connor McMahon stripped the Liners’ back, with Matt Spichiger pouncing on the fumble, giving North Hunterdon the ball at the 13-yard line with 2:44 left and a chance to run out the clock. Wain did just that, securing the final first down on a four-yard run that allowed Busher to take a couple of knees to end it, completing the quest most of this group set out on four years ago.
“It’s amazing,” said Mazzetta, in his fourth season at the helm. “These seniors have been on a four-year journey (with me). They bought into everything we’ve preached to them. Hard-hat mentality, learning how to compete, learning how to be leaders. They’re great kids at North Hunterdon and I couldn’t ask for a better place to coach. I’ve got to take my hats off to them. They battled all game. Even through the turnovers, being down 14-0, and they made big play after big play. ”
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NORTH HUNTERDON (11-1) 0-7-14-0 — 21
PHILLIPSBURG (10-2) 7-7-0-6 — 20
P – Morro 94 pass from Staggard (Oertel kick)
P –Walker-Sutton 1 run (Oertel kick)
NH – Honthy 12 pass from Busher (Spies kick)
NH – Wain 3 run (Spies kick)
NH – J. McMahon 34 pass from Busher (Spies kick)
P – Stagaard 24 run (kick failed)
RUSHING: NH—Busher 11-43, Wain 21-94, Honthy 1-10; P—Walker-Sutton 16-71, Staggard 5-50, Morro 1-(-4), Salahuddin 6-14.
PASSING: NH—Busher 18-35-2-3-240, Wain 0-1-0-0-0; P—Staggard 6-16-1-0-188.
RECEIVING: NH—C. McMahon 3-13, Honthy 7-81, J. McMahon 5-120, Ingenito 2-44, Wain 1-21; P—Morro 3-136, Boothman 1-22, Poremba 2-30.
L.A. Angels-Detroit Runs
Tigers first. Robbie Grossman grounds out to shortstop, David Fletcher to Jared Walsh. Jonathan Schoop singles to shallow infield. Jeimer Candelario singles to center field. Jonathan Schoop to third. Miguel Cabrera singles to center field. Jeimer Candelario to second. Jonathan Schoop scores. Daz Cameron grounds out to second base, David Fletcher to Jared Walsh. Miguel Cabrera to third. Jeimer Candelario scores. Willi Castro grounds out to shortstop, Jose Iglesias to Jared Walsh.
2 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. Tigers 2, Angels 0.
Angels second. Justin Upton grounds out to third base, Jeimer Candelario to Jonathan Schoop. Jo Adell walks. Brandon Marsh triples to deep right field. Jo Adell scores. Max Stassi grounds out to shallow infield, Zack Short to Jonathan Schoop. Brandon Marsh scores. Jose Iglesias flies out to deep right center field to Daz Cameron.
2 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 left on. Angels 2, Tigers 2.
Tigers second. Zack Short homers to left field. Victor Reyes strikes out swinging. Dustin Garneau singles to shallow center field. Robbie Grossman singles to left field. Dustin Garneau to second. Jonathan Schoop singles to center field. Robbie Grossman to second. Dustin Garneau to third. Jeimer Candelario singles to right field. Jonathan Schoop to second. Robbie Grossman to third. Dustin Garneau scores. Miguel Cabrera doubles to deep left field. Jeimer Candelario scores. Jonathan Schoop scores. Robbie Grossman scores. Daz Cameron hit by pitch. Willi Castro reaches on a fielder’s choice to second base. Daz Cameron out at second. Miguel Cabrera to third. Zack Short grounds out to shallow infield, Aaron Slegers to Jared Walsh.
5 runs, 6 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on. Tigers 7, Angels 2.
Tigers fourth. Jeimer Candelario homers to center field. Miguel Cabrera grounds out to shallow left field, Phil Gosselin to Jared Walsh. Daz Cameron strikes out swinging. Willi Castro homers to left field. Zack Short grounds out to shortstop, Phil Gosselin to Jared Walsh.
2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 0 left on. Tigers 9, Angels 2.
Tigers fifth. Victor Reyes flies out to center field to Brandon Marsh. Dustin Garneau grounds out to shortstop, Phil Gosselin to Jared Walsh. Robbie Grossman walks. Jonathan Schoop doubles to deep left field. Robbie Grossman scores. Jeimer Candelario grounds out to shallow infield, Jose Iglesias to Jared Walsh.
1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 left on. Tigers 10, Angels 2.
Angels sixth. Max Stassi singles to left field. Jose Iglesias lines out to second base to Willi Castro. Shohei Ohtani singles to shallow infield. Max Stassi to second. David Fletcher singles to right field. Shohei Ohtani to second. Max Stassi to third. Phil Gosselin singles to shallow infield. David Fletcher to second. Shohei Ohtani to third. Max Stassi scores. Jared Walsh walks. Phil Gosselin to second. David Fletcher to third. Shohei Ohtani scores. Justin Upton walks. Jared Walsh to second. Phil Gosselin to third. David Fletcher scores. Jo Adell reaches on a fielder’s choice to shortstop. Justin Upton out at second. Jared Walsh to third. Phil Gosselin scores. Brandon Marsh triples to deep center field. Jo Adell scores. Jared Walsh scores. Max Stassi strikes out swinging.
6 runs, 5 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. Tigers 10, Angels 8.
Angels seventh. Jose Iglesias grounds out to second base, Willi Castro to Jonathan Schoop. Shohei Ohtani walks. David Fletcher lines out to third base to Jeimer Candelario. Phil Gosselin singles to center field. Shohei Ohtani to second. Jared Walsh doubles to left center field. Phil Gosselin to third. Shohei Ohtani scores. Justin Upton grounds out to third base, Jeimer Candelario to Jonathan Schoop.
1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on. Tigers 10, Angels 9.
Angels eighth. Jo Adell strikes out swinging. Brandon Marsh walks. Max Stassi homers to left field. Brandon Marsh scores. Jose Iglesias doubles to deep left field. Shohei Ohtani out on a sacrifice fly to center field to Daz Cameron. Jose Iglesias scores. David Fletcher pops out to shallow right field to Willi Castro.
3 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 0 left on. Angels 12, Tigers 10.
Angels ninth. Phil Gosselin homers to left field. Jared Walsh singles to second base. Justin Upton strikes out swinging. Jo Adell reaches on a fielder’s choice to shallow left field. Jared Walsh out at second. Brandon Marsh grounds out to second base, Zack Short to Jonathan Schoop.
1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. Angels 13, Tigers 10.
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Remyâs former girlfriend, new court records shed light on tragic murder – Boston 25 News
Boston (MyFoxBoston.com) — Jared Remy’s mother texted Jennifer Martel about the emergency restraining order she took out against him, a friend of the victim’s told police, according to newly filed court documents.
The new details are coming to light as the accused murderer’s former girlfriend is speaking out, telling FOX Undercover she was in touch with the son of the famous Red Sox announcer right up until the day before the killing.
Former girlfriend Ryan McMahon was also one of Remy’s victims, suffering abuse of her own at his hands, but still she says no one could have seen the murder coming.
McMahon makes clear she’s not defending Remy, but she wrote to FOX 25 that despite his 2005 attack on her that “Jared and I remained very close throughout the years. Jared was my closest friend.”
McMahon writes that she talked with him the day before Jennifer Martel’s murder, after he left court for allegedly assaulting Martel.
“He called me first that Wednesday, telling me what happened. We spoke all night, the next day he wanted to meet up, I never heard from him, the next morning I get a call to turn the news on, and Jen was dead,” she wrote.
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“No, I’m not going to answer any questions,” Chambers replied.
“Any regrets?” Beaudet asked.
“No,” Chambers replied.
Chambers collected the standard $40 after Remy was released, a fee that can only be collected if defendants are released. Critics say the system gives bail commissioners and court clerks, who also can set bail, a financial incentive to let defendants walk.
Chambers has made more than $19,000 dollars in fees so far this year, more than any other bail commissioner in the state, records show.
“You’ve made a lot of money on those fees that the defendants pay. Did that have anything to do with this?” Beaudet asked her.
“Nothing to say,” Martel replied.
Victims’ advocate Laurie Myers, the founder of Community Voices, believes Chamber’s decision was a dangerous one because Martel did not show up in court the next day to keep the restraining order in place.
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The search warrant affidavit also says that a neighbor told police that Jared Remy – who has admitted steroid use in the past – was still taking steroids.
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FBI — Jared Lee Loughner Sentenced in Arizona on Federal Charges in Tucson Shooting
TUCSON, AZ—Jared Lee Loughner, 24, of Tucson, Arizona, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Larry A. Burns in federal district court on charges stemming from the January 8, 2011 shooting in Tucson in which he killed six people and wounded 13 others. Loughner was sentenced to life in prison with no eligibility for parole.
“Today’s sentence—life in prison without the possibility of release—means Jared Loughner will never again be free to hurt or menace the American public,” said Attorney General Eric Holder. “For the victims, their families, and the larger community impacted by this tragic event in our nation’s history, it is my sincere hope that this conclusion will help in their journey toward physical and emotional recovery. I want to express my gratitude to the many prosecutors and agents who worked on this matter for their outstanding service to our country and dedication to seeing justice prevail. ”
“We believe that Jared Loughner received the most appropriate sentence today and that justice has been done,” said U.S. Attorney John S. Leonardo. “Today’s sentence ensures that Mr. Loughner will spend the rest of his life in prison and will never be in a position to harm others again. It is our hope that the conclusion of this case will finally bring some level of closure to the victims of this tragic event, to their families, and to the community at large.”
“Today’s sentencing of Jared Loughner marks the end of the legal phase of this tragedy, but the victims and their families will forever be affected by the events of January 8, 2011. We will never forget those who lost their lives during that senseless tragedy,” stated FBI Special Agent in Charge James L. Turgal, Jr., Phoenix Division. “I would like to thank the U.S. Attorney’s Office for their pursuit of justice in acquiring an appropriate sentence and the Pima County Sheriff’s Office for working side-by-side with us on every aspect of the investigation. I would also like to thank all of our federal, state, and local law enforcement partners for their tireless efforts in this case. These partnerships enabled the FBI to have a coordinated response, which resulted in a comprehensive and thorough investigation—all of which has led up to today’s sentencing.”
Loughner admitted during his change of plea hearing on August 7, 2012, that on January 8, 2011, he appeared at Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ Congress on Your Corner event outside a Safeway grocery market in Tucson armed with a loaded semi-automatic pistol, with 93 rounds of ammunition, with the intent to murder Congresswoman Giffords and citizens attending her community event.
Loughner admitted that he shot Congresswoman Giffords in the head and then fired his pistol at those at the event, killing six and wounding 12 other citizens, some seriously, including three Giffords’ Tucson Office aides. Loughner fired a total of 33 bullets before being subdued and restrained.
Loughner pleaded guilty to 19 counts and one of the special findings of the superseding indictment handed down March 3, 2011, as follows:
- The attempted assassination of Congresswoman Gabrielle D. Giffords;
- The murders of federal employees U.S. District Court Chief Judge John M. Roll and Giffords’ aide Gabriel M. Zimmerman;
- The attempted murders of Giffords’ aides Ronald S. Barber and Pamela K. Simon, who are federal employees;
- Causing the deaths of Christina-Taylor Green, Dorothy J. Morris, Phyllis C. Schneck, and Dorwan C. Stoddard, all of whom were participants at the Congress on Your Corner event, which was a program provided by the United States of America;
- Wounding Bill D. Badger, Kenneth W. Dorushka, James E. Fuller, Randy W. Gardner, Susan A. Hileman, George S. Morris, Mary C. Reed, Mavanell Stoddard, James L. Tucker, and Kenneth L. Veeder, Sr., all of whom were participants at that program;
- Loughner also admitted that he knowingly created a grave risk of death to Carol A. Dorushka, Robert C. Gawlick, Patricia R. Maisch, Emma E. McMahon, Owen A. McMahon, Thomas J. McMahon, Faith M. Salzgeber, Roger D. Salzgeber, and Doris Tucker; and Giffords’ aides Daniel Hernandez, Mark S. Kimble, Sara M. Rajca, and Alexander J. Villec because they were in his line of fire but fortunately were not shot.
In total, Loughner was sentenced to seven consecutive life sentences, followed by 140 years in prison, for having committed these crimes.
The investigation in this case was conducted by the FBI and the Pima County, Arizona Sheriff’s Office. The prosecution was handled by Wallace H. Kleindienst and Mary Sue Feldmeier, Assistant U.S. Attorneys, District of Arizona, Tucson, with the assistance of Assistant U.S. Attorney C.J. Williams, Northern District of Iowa, who was detailed to the Criminal Division’s Capital Case Unit. Christina M. Cabanillas, Appellate Chief, and Bruce Ferg, Assistant U.S. Attorney, who serves in the Appellate Section, District of Arizona, Tucson.
– Statement by Special Agent in Charge James Turgal regarding sentencing of Jared Lee Loughner
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Windows 7 Backup does not create a backup copy of the user library?
I created a custom library under Windows 7 64bit Professional to handle my source code.When I tried Windows Backup and Restore for the first time, I get the following error
The backup encountered a problem while backing up the file C: \ Windows \ System32 \ config \ systemprofile \ Source. Error: (The system cannot find the file specified. (0x80070002))
I found a bug thread on the Microsoft Answers site. But it seems to be 404 (Google Cache has a version) and the stream creator never gets an answer to their problem that works.
Microsoft’s official answer to this
This issue is related to one or more profiles in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ WindowsNT \ CurrentVersion \ ProfileList directory with a missing ProfileImagePath.
To check if you have any missing profiles:
- Open regedit, navigate to the above registry key. (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows NT \ CurrentVersion \ ProfileList).Expand List
- Click on each of the listed profiles. The first 3 profiles should be set to ProfileImagePath% SystemRoot% \ System32 \ Config \ SystemProfile,% SystemRoot% \ ServiceProfiles \ LocalService and% SystemRoot% \ ServiceProfiles \ NetworkService respectively.
- Starting from the 4th profile, ProfileImagePath should contain the path to user profiles on your computer, for example C: \ users \ Christine
- If one or more profiles do not have a profile picture, then you do not have profiles.
To work around this issue, delete the associated profile (Warning! The registry contains critical parameters that are required for the system to function properly. Be especially careful when making changes)
- First export the ProfileList key for safe storage. (Right click on the key, select Export and save it to your desktop.)
- Right-click on the profile, select Delete.
- Try making the backup again.
This is not works for me.
Does anyone know what’s going on here?
90,000 Trump and his cabinet confront those with Reagan
United States. the president’s cabinet is advised by the country’s chief executive officer. This was established in accordance with Article II, Section 2 of the US Constitution. The cabinet includes the vice president and the heads of 15 executive bodies. These include Secretaries of Agriculture, Trade, Defense, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, Internal, Labor, Government, Transportation, Treasury, and Cause Veterans. The US Attorney General represents the Department of Justice.
The cabinet also supplies successors to the president should something happen. The first four successors are the Vice President, Secretary of State, Treasury Secretary, and Defense Secretary.
The head of the presidential administration also attends government meetings. The President can also add representatives from other departments.
Trump Surname Net
90,002 Republican President Donald Trump Deadline from 2017 to 2021.His net worth is $ 3.1 billion,
according to Forbes. He donates his $ 400,000 annual salary to another federal department every quarter.
According to Forbes, nearly half of Trump’s wealth comes from New York real estate. Another $ 560 million from real estate outside of New York. Its golf clubs and resorts are worth $ 550 million. His Trump-branded business is worth $ 170 million, and he owns $ 320 million in cash and personal assets.
Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are worth $ 740 million. They are the beneficiaries of the Kushner Companies investment business.
Trump Cabinet Equity
Trump cabinet meetings include the heads of 20 federal departments. In addition to 15 executive departments, it also includes the Environmental Protection Agency, Office and Budget, the United States Trade Representative, the United States Mission to the United Nations, and the Small Business Administration.
In December 2016, the net worth of the Trump cabinet was estimated at $ 4.5 billion, according to Forbes. Top 12 Richest Cabinet Members with Source of Their Wealth:
- Education Minister Betsy Devos: $ 1 billion Inheritance and homemade. Her husband is the son of the Amway co-founder. Betsy chaired Windquest Group, an investment management firm.
- Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross: $ 2.5 billion Investor specializing in distressed assets.
- Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon: $ . 5 million CEO of the World Wrestling Federation.
- Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin: $ .400 Million Former Goldman Sachs partner, Hollywood producer and hedge fund CEO.
- Secretary of State Rex Tillerson: $ 239 million Former CEO of ExxonMobil.
- US Sales Representative Robert Lighthizer: $ 73.7 Million Attorney.
- Agriculture Minister Sonny Purdue: $ 53 million Former Governor of Georgia.
- Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson: $ $ 30 million Orthopedic surgeon.
- Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao: Combined net worth with husband and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is $ 17 million.
- Secretary of Defense James Mattis: $ $ 7 million Military salary and pension.
- Energy Secretary Rick Perry: $ Former Governor of Texas.
- Vice President Mike Pence: $ Former Governor of Indiana.
Obama is worth
Democratic President Barack H. Obama’s two terms were from 2009 to 2017. His net worth is $ 40 million. He made it from selling his books, The Courage of Hope and Dreams From My Father. In 2008, when he became president, Obama’s net worth was $ 2.6 million.
As president, his salary was $ 400,000 a year, with an expense account of $ 50,000. As a former president, he was given $ 359,000. This includes $ 205,700 for his pension. The rest is allocated to his office, staff salaries and other expenses.
The Obama cabinet had 15 executive departments and a vice president. It also included the Chief of Staff, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, the United States Trade Representative, and the United States Mission to the United Nations.
According to Forbes, the Obama cabinet has a net worth of $ 2.75 billion. Nine Richest Former Obama Cabinet Members:
- Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker: $ 2. 5 billion Heir to the Hyatt Fortune Hotel.
- Secretary of State John Kerry, 2013 to 2017: $ 250 million His wealth comes from his marriage to Teresa Heinz. She is the widow of John Heinz, heiress of the Heinz ketchup fortune.
- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton 2009-2013: $ 45 millionAttorney.
- Attorney General Eric Holder: $ 11.5 million attorney.
- Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner: $ 6 million Economist.
- Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, 2006-2011: $ 5 million
- Secretary of Defense from Chuck Hagel 2013-2015: $ 5 million. Co-founder of Vanguard Cellular. President of the McCarthy Group, an investment banking firm.
- Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano 2009-2013: $ 2 million.Governor of Arizona.
- Vice President Joe Biden: $ 900,000 He was a U.S. Senator from Delaware from 1973 to 2009.
George W. Bush Net Worth
Republican President George W. Bush’s two terms were from 2001 to 2009. His net worth in 2018 was $ 40 million. He earned it from Texas oil companies, including Bush Exploration.
During his tenure, he was the first president to earn $ 400,000 a year.As an ex-president, he earns $ 1,098,000 a year. This includes $ 198,000 for staff and $ 214,000 in pensions and related benefits. He receives $ 10,000 for travel, $ 434,000 for office space and $ 242,000 for other expenses.
The Bush cabinet had 15 executive departments and a vice president. It also included Chief of Staff, Director of the Office of Management and Budget of the United States Trade Representative, Director of the Environmental Protection Agency and Director of the Drug Administration Policy Control.
The Bush cabinet has a net worth of at least $ 850 million. The six richest former Bush cabinet members include:
- Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson: $ .7 million CEO of Goldman Sachs.
- Vice President Dick Cheney: $ 100 million Halliburton CEO.
- Secretary of State Colin Powell: 2001-2004: $ 50 million USA. Speaker, author, military man.
- Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao: $ $ 17 million President Trump’s Secretary of Labor.
- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice: 2004-2009: $ 8 million. Stanford professor.
- Secretary of Defense Robert Gates: $ 5 million
Bill Clinton’s net worth
Democratic President Bill Clinton had two terms from 1993 to 2001. His net worth in 2018 was $ 80 million.He earned it from performing and selling books. When he left the office, he was $ 16 million in debt. In his first out of office, he gave 57 speeches and earned $ 13.7 million.
As an ex-president, he receives $ 969,000. This includes $ 215,000 in compensation and staff benefits and $ 218,000 in pensions and benefits. He does not have a travel budget, but receives $ 429,000 for office space and $ 62,000 for miscellaneous expenses.
President Clinton’s cabinet had 14 executive departments since Homeland Security had not yet been established. The Clinton cabinet has a net worth of at least $ 450 million. Six Richest Former Clinton Cabinet Members:
- Vice President Al Gore: $ 300 million Sold to Current TV Al Jazeera for $ 500 million. Climate change activist. Department of Investment Management in Generation.
- Finance Minister Robert Rubin: 1995-1999: $ 100 million USA. Deputy Chairman of Goldman Sachs. Interim Chairman of Citigroup.
- Treasury Secretary Larry Summers: 1999-2001: $ 40 million USA. President of Harvard. Chief Economist of the World Bank.
- Secretary of State Madeleine Albright: 1997-2001: $ 10 million USA. Speaker, author.
- HUD Secretary Andrew Cuomo: $ $ 5 million Governor of New York.
- Secretary of Labor Robert Reich: $ 4 million Economist, author, and professor at the University of California, Berkeley.
George H.W. bush
Republican President George H.W. Bush’s term was from 1989 to 1993. His net worth was $ 25 million at the time of his death in 2018. He was Vice President under Ronald Reagan and a World War II veteran.
Bush inherited $ 140,000 from his father’s $ 3.5 million estate.But his father and uncle invested $ 350,000 in their oil business, today $ 3 million. Bush sold his stake in Zapata Petroleum for $ 1.1 million. His family also owns the Kennebunkport complex in Maine for $ 8.4 million. Like other presidents, he received a pension of $ 205,700 a year. He also made money from performances and books.
The Bush cabinet consisted of the 14 executive offices that existed at the time.The net worth of his cabinet members was at least $ 123 million. Here are the three richest members: