Ivanka works for free, but Trump White House can pay well

Women who work at the White House have an average salary of 80 cents for every dollar that men earn, according to an analysis by CNN.

White House staff is nearly evenly split among gender lines: 53 percent of the 359 regular employees are men, and 47 percent are women, CNN reported.

There's one major reason for this, CNN reports: more women than men are working in lower-ranking positions. Several high profile Trump staffers have Jersey connections. But then, Ivanka is not paid a White House salary, nor is her husband, and her father is allegedly donating his pay, so why would she care?

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Of the 22 employees making the highest salary of $179,700, only six were found to be women.

Several of the president's closest aides are choosing not to take a salary.

So far, the White House has not responded to CNN's request for a comment.

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According to the U.S. Labor Department, American women earn 82 cents for every dollar earned by American men.

She's more than willing to tweet about closing the gender pay gap to build her personal brand, write with a straight face that she was "proud to work towards this goal alongside my father and in support of the administration's commitment to women and families", and profit off of books with warmed-over cliches about working women, but when comes to actually advancing the principles she espouses (cough, Paris climate accords, cough), she does little of actual outcome.

Roll Call used first names and publicly available news reports and social media pages to determine employees' genders.

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