President-elect Donald Trump's Cabinet is slowly coming together. And so far, many of his picks have one thing in common: They're very, very rich.
And if this trend continues, Trump could have the wealthiest administration in modern U.S. history.
Just look at a few of the people he's already chosen for the top spots.
On Wednesday, he announced Steve Mnuchin as secretary of the treasury. He just so happens to be a former Goldman Sachs executive who has since financed several hit movies. His estimated net worth? $40 million.
And they join a group of other extremely wealthy people, including Chicago Cubs co-owner Todd Ricketts, major GOP donor Betsy DeVos and Elaine Chao, wife of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, to name a few.
Granted, President Barack Obama's commerce secretary is worth over $2 billion.
And many thought George W. Bush's 2001 cabinet was pretty darn rich. All together, the group had an inflation-adjusted net worth of about $250 million.
But, as The Wall Street Journal points out, that's "roughly one-tenth the wealth" Ross alone has under his belt.
Still, some are concerned a Cabinet full of billionaires could be bad news for the American people.
As a writer for Vanity Fair put it: "Working-class Americans stand to lose a lot when billionaires are put in charge of the nation's executive branch. Running a country is not like running a business."
Trump is expected to announce his remaining Cabinet picks soon.