Why Priebus was se­lected as Trump’s Chief of

Financial Mirror (Cyprus) - - FRONT PAGE - By Jon C. Ogg

Now that the elec­tion has con­cluded, it is im­por­tant to un­der­stand or at least try to in­ter­pret what the real changes ahead might ac­tu­ally look like. The elec­tion rhetoric was lit­er­ally al­most 18 months on both sides of the aisle, and now we are start­ing to see the first glimpses of real poli­cies and real staff likely to be in the White House.

24/7 Wall St. wanted to look at both sides of the coin around many is­sues ahead, as well as what the pub­lic might want to ex­pect or should ex­pect to see. Th­ese will range from pol­icy changes, cab­i­net mem­bers, taxation and reg­u­la­tion, and many more is­sues on a wide set of top­ics.

Now that Reince Priebus has been named as Don­ald Trump’s chief of staff, we wanted to see why Priebus was se­lected and what are per­haps some of the defin­ing parts of his back­ground.

His full name is Rein­hold Richard Priebus. He was born in 1972 and is an at­tor­ney. His wife’s name is Sally and they have two chil­dren. His Twit­ter han­dle is @Reince and his ed­u­ca­tional back­ground was at Univer­sity of Mi­ami School of Law (1998) and Univer­sity of Wis­con­sinWhite­wa­ter (1994).

The very first thing to con­sider about Priebus is that he was the Chair­man of the Repub­li­can Na­tional Com­mit­tee. He was elected to that po­si­tion on Jan­uary 14, 2011, ahead of the 2012 elec­tion, and he was

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