These Are The Top Salaries for White House Employees
Executive Clerk: $165,417
The White House Office of the Executive Clerk was created in 1865 to collect signed presidential documents that constitute official public actions such as bills received from Congress, presidential communications to Congress, and delivering vetoes. The executive clerk also keeps watch on the time limit for vetoes and reviews congressional documents. This middleman between the executive and legislative branches of government makes a White Hosue salary of $165,417 per year. At the time of the June 2019 annual report, the executive clerk position was held by David Kalbaugh.