President-elect Donald Trump announced appointments Thursday to his White House policy team, including the Domestic Policy Council, Office of the Senior Adviser and the National Trade Council.
To join the Trump administration, the staffers had to accept a five-year lobbying ban after leaving the White House and a lifetime bar on becoming a registered lobbyist for a foreign government.
"These knowledgeable, skilled and talented experts will make enormous contributions to the president-elect's 'America First' agenda," incoming White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said in the announcement.
Here are the appointments:
To the Domestic Policy Council:
- Andrew Bremberg, director.
- Paul Winfree, deputy director and budget policy director.
- Zina Bash, regulatory reform, legal and immigration policy.
- Rob Goad, education policy.
- Ja'Ron Smith, urban affairs and revitalization policy.
- Katy Talento, who will oversee healthcare policy.
- John Zadrozny, justice and homeland security policy.
- Peter White, senior policy analyst.
To the Office of the Senior Adviser:
- Carlos Diaz-Rosillo, director of policy and interagency coordination.
- Vince Haley, adviser for policy, strategy, and speechwriting.
- Ryan Jarmula, adviser for policy development, and speechwriting.
- Ross Worthington, adviser for policy, strategy, and speechwriting.
- Robert Gabriel, special assistant to the senior adviser.
To the National Trade Council:
- Alexander Gray, deputy director.
- Rolf Lundberg, deputy director for "Buy American, Hire American" efforts.
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