Here are the top paid White House staffers

Here are the top paid White House staffers
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The White House released its annual report on staff salaries Wednesday, showing 22 employees make the maximum amount of $183,000 as of the end of June.

Among the highest paid employees in the West Wing are White House counselor Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne Elizabeth ConwayNBC signs Mueller 'pit bull' prosecutor Andrew Weissman as legal analyst George Conway and Trump Jr. trade personal insults during impeachment hearing Conway: Trump reacted 'pretty well' to impeachment hearing because 'there was nothing new' MORE, national security adviser John BoltonJohn BoltonHighly irregular: Rudy, the president, and a venture in Ukraine Trump files to dismiss lawsuit from Bolton aide on impeachment testimony Scarborough: Trump is either 'an agent of Russia' or 'a useful idiot' MORE, White House counsel Pat Cipollone, recently departed press secretary Sarah HuckabeeSarah Elizabeth SandersBill Press: Mulvaney proves need for daily briefings White House correspondent April Ryan to moderate fundraising event for Buttigieg White House press secretary defends lack of daily briefings: Trump 'is the most accessible president in history' MORE Sanders and newly minted press secretary Stephanie Grisham, according to an annual report.

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Mercedes Schlapp, the director of strategic communications, also makes the maximum salary, but announced this week she would be leaving the administration for a job on the Trump campaign.

Twenty-one White House staffers made the maximum salary of $183,000 last year.

Other notable salaries include acting White House chief of staff Mick MulvaneyJohn (Mick) Michael MulvaneyNew witness claims first-hand account of Trump's push for Ukraine probes Trump files to dismiss lawsuit from Bolton aide on impeachment testimony OMB official to testify in impeachment probe if subpoenaed after others refused MORE, who makes $203,500. His salary is higher than other West Wing staffers as he has also retained his title as head of the Office of Management and Budget.

Trump's daughter and son-in-law, Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpOn The Money: Appeals court clears way for Congress to seek Trump financial records | Fed chief urges Congress to boost US workforce | Federal deficit hits 4 billion in one month | China talks hit snag over agricultural purchases Trump falsely claims Ivanka 'created 14 million jobs' Overnight Defense: Families sue over safety hazards at Army base | Lawmakers, NBA's Enes Kanter speak out ahead of Erdoğan visit | Washington braces for public impeachment hearings MORE and Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerTrump admin preparing to seize private land for border wall: report The Hill's Morning Report — Public impeachment drama resumes today Trump administration plans livestreaming border wall construction: report MORE, each made $0 as senior advisers to the president. Both opted to forgo their salaries.

Here's a full list of the 22 White House employees who make the top salary of $183,000. 

  • Robert Blair, assistant to the president and senior advisor to the chief of staff
  • Andrew Bremberg, assistant to the president and senior adviser for domestic policy
  • Pasquale A. Cipollone, counsel to the president
  • Emma K. Doyle, assistant to the president and principal deputy chief of staff
  • John A. Eisenberg, deputy counsel to the president for national security affairs and legal advisor to the National Security Council
  • Jason D. Greenblatt, assistant to the president and special representative for international negotiations
  • Stephanie A. Grisham, who was just named the new White House press secretary
  • Joseph J. Grogan, assistant to the president and director of the domestic policy council
  • Larry KudlowLawrence (Larry) Alan KudlowMORE, director of the National Economic Council
  • Charles G. Kupperman, assistant to the president and deputy national security advisor
  • Derek S. Lyons, assistant to the president and staff secretary
  • Stephen MillerStephen MillerSenate confirms controversial circuit court nominee Chad Wolf becomes acting DHS secretary Schumer calls conservative Trump court pick a 'bottom crawler' MORE, assistant to the president and senior advisor for policy
  • Peter K. Navarro, assistant to the president for the trade and manufacturing policy
  • Lindsay B. Reynolds, assistant to the president and chief of staff to the first lady
  • Brooke L. Rollins, assistant to the president for strategic initiatives
  • Brooke Rollins, assistant to the president for strategic initiatives
  • Dan J. Scavino, assistant to the president and senior advisor for digital strategy
  • Mercedes V. Schlapp, assistant to the president and senior advisor for digital strategy
  • Eric M. Ueland, assistant to the president for legislative affairs
  • Daniel P. Walsh, assistant to the president and deputy chief of staff for operations

The White House is required by law to send its salary report to Congress each June. Those with the title "assistant to the president" can earn up to $183,000.

Former government ethics expert Walter ShaubWalter Michael ShaubPence lands in controversy with stay at Trump hotel Ex-ethics chief rips Trump July 4 event as 'taxpayer-funded campaign ad' Here are the top paid White House staffers MORE noted in a Friday tweet that some Trump advisers who have been accused of violating the Hatch Act multiple times received raises this year, including Trump counselor Conway and Grisham.

Alexis Simendinger contributed.