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Top Goldman Sachs veteran gets Trump's attention on jobs, taxes and more

But Cohn's prominent role in economic policy has generated outrage in some quarters

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The direct access to the president has been crucial as Mr Cohn (right) navigates a White House where Mr Bannon and Mr Miller are power brokers whose worldviews differ from his, and where unexpected presidential complaints, broadcast on Twitter, can significantly recalibrate the day's agenda.

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A FEW weeks after the election, Gary Cohn, the president of Goldman Sachs, was summoned to Trump Tower for a discussion about the economy. It would be the first of many such meetings with then-president-elect Donald Trump.

During that sit-down, on Nov 29, Mr Cohn briefed

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