The top paid employee on Hillary Clinton's campaign is Huma Abedin. According to Federal Election Commission disclosures released this week, Abedin was paid $69,263.09 in the first quarter of the campaign.

Should Abedin continue to receive disbursements of the same amount, she'll be set to receive $277,052.36 per year.

By contrast, the chairman of the Clinton campaign, John Podesta, received only $3,586.00.

Robby Mook, the campaign manager, made $27,625.80.

Jennifer Palmieri, the communications director, pulled in a tidy $31,710.91. 

The Clinton campaign has continuously insisted it is cheap. The FEC disclosure report suggests otherwise.

Abedin has worked for Clinton for the last two decades. She's currently vice chair of Hillary for America, the Clinton campaign.

Politico has reported that this campaign Abedin is "overseeing the campaign operation and serving more often as an independent surrogate for her boss." She's even taking meetings in place of her boss.

Abedin is married to former New York congressman Anthony Weiner, who resigned his position a few years ago.

The FEC requires candidates to file quarterly reports.