Trump payroll cuts could save taxpayers $22 million

Under President Trump, cuts to the White House payroll could reportedly save taxpayers more than $22 million.

The Trump administration's report on White House Office Personnel, released to Congress on Friday, reveals that the White House currently employs about 110 fewer employees than during Obama's tenure, which is expected to result in savings of more than $5.1 million a year.

Plus, First Lady Michelle Obama is said to have had 24 dedicated staffers, while Melania Trump only has five.

The president has also apparently cut programs, as well as the positions of "special initiative czars," some of whom were making six figures under the previous administration.

Trump himself is required to get a paycheck but he is reportedly donating the money to construction on the Department of the Interior and to help restore military cemeteries.

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Ranking the US presidents by net worth
43. Harry S. Truman: <$1 million

33rd President (1945-1953)

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42. Calvin Coolidge: <$1 million

30th President (1923-1929)

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41. Woodrow Wilson: <$1 million

28th President (1913-1921)

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40. Chester A. Arthur: <$1 million

21st President (1881-1885)

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39. James A. Garfield: <$1 million

20th President (1881-1881)

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38. Ulysses S. Grant: <$1 million

18th President (1869-1877)

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37. Andrew Johnson: <$1 million 

17th President (1865-1869)

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36. Abraham Lincoln: <$1 million

16th President (1861-1865)

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35. James Buchanan: <$1 million

15th President (1857-1861)

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34. Warren G. Harding: $1 million

29th President (1921-1923)

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33. William McKinley: $1 million

25th President (1897-1901)

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32. Franklin Pierce: $2 million

14th President (1853-1857)

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31. William Howard Taft: $3 million

27th President (1909-1913)

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30. Rutherford B. Hayes: $3 million

19th President (1877-1881)

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29. Millard Fillmore: $4 million

13th President (1850-1853)

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28. Benjamin Harrison: $5 million

23rd President (1889-1893)

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27. William Henry Harrison: $5 million

9th President (1841-1841)

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26. Zachary Taylor: $6 million 

12th President (1849-1850)

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25. Jimmy Carter: $7 million

39th President (1977-1981)

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24. Gerald Ford: $7 million

38th President (1974-1977)

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23. Barack Obama: $7 million

44th President (2009-present)

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22. Dwight Eisenhower: $8 million

34th President (1953-1961)

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21. James K. Polk: $10 million

11th President (1845-1849)

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20. Ronald Reagan: $13 million

40th President (1981-1989)

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19. Richard Nixon: $15 million

37th President (1969-1974)

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18. John Adams: $19 million

2nd President (1797-1801)

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17. George W. Bush: $20 million

43rd President (2001-2009)

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16. John Quincy Adams: $21 million

6th President (1825-1829)

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15. George H. W. Bush: $23 million

41st President: (1989-1993)

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14. Grover Cleveland: $25 million

22nd and 24th President (1885-1889) and (1893-1897)

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13. Martin Van Buren: $26 million 

8th President: (1837-1841)

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12. James Monroe: $27 million

5th President (1817-1825)

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11. John Tyler: $51 million

10th President (1841-1845)

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10. Bill Clinton: $55 million

42nd President (1993-2001)

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9. Franklin D. Roosevelt: $60 million

32nd President (1933-1945)

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8. Herbert Clark Hoover: $75 million

31st President (1929-1933)

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7. Lyndon Johnson: $98 million

36th President: (1963-1969)

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6. James Madison: $101 million

4th President (1809-1817)

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5. Andrew Jackson: $119 million

7th President (1829-1837)

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4. Theodore Roosevelt: $125 million

26th President (1901-1909)

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3. Thomas Jefferson: $212 million

3rd President (1801-1809)

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2. George Washington: $525 million

1st President (1789-1797)

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2.* John F. Kennedy: $1 billion 

35th President (1961-1963)

*Had he lived, JFK would have inherited $1 billion from his father. 

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1. Donald Trump: $3.5 billion

45th President (2017-)

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