Report: Men in Trump campaign make 35 percent more than women
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Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpBill Kristol resurfaces video of Pence calling Obama executive action on immigration a 'profound mistake' ACLU says planned national emergency declaration is 'clear abuse of presidential power' O'Rourke says he'd 'absolutely' take down border wall near El Paso if he could MORE pays women on his campaign staff about 35 percent less than men, according to an analysis by the Boston Globe.

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The Globe analyzed the April payrolls for both Trump's campaign and that of likely Democratic presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonO’Rourke heading to Wisconsin amid 2020 speculation The Hill's 12:30 Report — Presented by Kidney Care Partners — Lawmakers scramble as shutdown deadline nears Exclusive: Biden almost certain to enter 2020 race MORE.

It found that women make up about 28 percent of Trump's staff and made an average of about $4,500 in April, while men made nearly $6,100. Two of the 15 highest-paid employees were women. 

In the Clinton camp, women make up slightly more than half of her staff and made an average of $3,710 in April. Men made an average of $3,760. The nearly 50-50 gender split on her staff translated to the 15 highest-paid workers, with eight men and seven women topping the payroll.

Clinton's team is also far more diverse racially, with about one-third of her staff made up of minorities. Minorities account for only about 9 percent of Trump's team. 

Clinton's campaign is much larger, consisting of about 670 workers who made more than $1,000 in April to Trump's 113.

Both Clinton and Democratic primary rival Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersHillicon Valley: New York says goodbye to Amazon's HQ2 | AOC reacts: 'Anything is possible' | FTC pushes for record Facebook fine | Cyber threats to utilities on the rise O’Rourke heading to Wisconsin amid 2020 speculation Amazon to pay Bernie Sanders in federal income taxes: report MORE have frequently addressed the nationwide pay gap between men and women while on the campaign trail, and Clinton has used Trump's attacks on her playing "the woman's card" to paint him as sexist.