Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor landed a job at investment bank Moelis & Co. that will pay him at least $3.4 million, more than his Tea Party-backed opponent spent to beat him in a Republican primary.
Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor landed a job at investment bank Moelis & Co. that will pay him at least $3.4 million, more than his Tea Party-backed opponent spent to beat him in a Republican primary. File photo by J. Scott Applewhite The Associated Press
Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor landed a job at investment bank Moelis & Co. that will pay him at least $3.4 million, more than his Tea Party-backed opponent spent to beat him in a Republican primary. File photo by J. Scott Applewhite The Associated Press

Former House Leader Eric Cantor takes $3.4 million Wall Street job

September 02, 2014 08:39 AM

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