‘The Perfect Choice’: Trump Brings Warrior Mark Meadows into White House as Election Year Chief of Staff

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by Matthew Boyle

President Donald Trump has fortified his White House with a new chief of staff, former House Freedom Caucus chairman and retiring Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC).

On Friday night, the president named Meadows his new incoming White House chief of staff, announcing that his acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney would become the new special envoy to Northern Ireland.


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1 Response to ‘The Perfect Choice’: Trump Brings Warrior Mark Meadows into White House as Election Year Chief of Staff

  1. Joe Z says:

    Mark Meadows scores a 90% on ConservativeReview.com Scorecard Liberty Score (Scale 0-100%, 100% is most conservative). He looks like an excellent choice. Maybe Trump is FINALLY getting the message that he needs to surround himself with Trump supporters, not Trump haters and back-stabbing phonies. The only problem is that Meadows is leaving the House. Also, Ted Yoho will be leaving the House come early 2021. I would like to see both of them replaced by conservatives, not phony-baloney Republicrats.

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