An analysis of payroll data for Donald Trump's presidential campaign revealed that the women he employees made about 35 percent less than the men did, the Boston Globe reports. The divide is larger than the national gender pay gap. According to the Globe's analysis, Hillary Clinton compensated both genders equally. The women who Trump employs—about 28 percent of his staff—earned about $4,500 in April on average. By comparison, the men on his campaign made an average of $6,100.