Trump Cabinet's net worth greater than the world's 70 smallest countries
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President-elect Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump trolling of Comey — Not presidential OPINION: CNN shines in 'Russian Connection' special Dem lawmaker launches petition to block deportation of 9/11 recovery worker MORE's Cabinet picks have a net worth greater than the world's 70 smallest countries, The Boston Globe reported Wednesday.

As of Monday, the net worth of Trump's proposed team was at least $13.1 billion. 

The Globe included Trump, Vice President-elect Mike PenceMike (Michael) Richard PenceSenate Democrats: ObamaCare repeal fight isn't over yet Gingrich: Trump will be reelected, then Pence will win in 2024 Funeral for the filibuster: GOP will likely lay Senate tool to rest MORE, Trump's chief of staff, his Cabinet members and ambassadors in its calculation.

Betsy DeVos, Trump's choice to lead the Education Department, is the wealthiest nominee. The businesswoman is worth $5.1 billion.

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Pence, meanwhile, will be one of the least wealthy members of the administration. The Indiana governor is worth about $211,000, according to data from 2012.

Last week, The Hill reported that Trump's Cabinet members and those in similar positions earn more money than a combined one-third of American households.

Trump's Cabinet is set to be among the wealthiest in U.S. history, richer than the administrations of President Obama and President George W. Bush, whose administration was worth $250 million.