White House staff rise, fall after health-care loss

Chief Economic Adviser Gary Cohn, a registered Democrat from New York who has repeatedly come under criticism from conservatives worried about his party allegiance and Wall Street ties, could see his stock rise — despite the fact that some Trump loyalists allege he was missing in action in the healthcare battle.

He is poised to play a large role in the coming tax reform debate along with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin. Mnuchin was not a central player in the healthcare fight.

Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor, has come through the health care debacle relatively unscathed — despite taking a family ski vacation in Aspen during the crucial days leading up to the bill being pulled, a decision that reportedly irked the president.

Chief strategist Steve Bannon reportedly backed Trump’s ultimatum that the House vote on the healthcare measure last week as a way of publicly shaming Republicans who split with the president.