Why Priebus was selected as Trump’s Chief of
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