Reince Priebus
White House Chief of Staff
Reince Priebus

Reinhold Richard "Reince" Priebus ( born March 18, 1972) is an American attorney and politician who is Chairman of the Republican National Committee. He has previously served as RNC general counsel, and is the former chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin, where he is credited with helping to bring nationally known figures such as Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House, and Scott Walker, Governor of Wisconsin, into power on the state level and prominence on the national stage.
Reince Priebus Facts
  • On Christmas Day 2016, Reince Priebus took it upon himself to issue the following message on social media:
  • “Merry Christmas to all! Over two millennia ago, a new hope was born into the world, a Savior who would offer the promise of salvation to all mankind. Just as the three wise men did on that night, this Christmas heralds a time to celebrate the good news of a new King."
  • Spicer then posted the following: "Christ is the King," tweeted Spicer, who will be Trump's press secretary. "He was born today so we could be saved. Its (sic) sad & disappointing you are politicizing such a holy day."

The funny thing is there really was not much about this guy online and he was about to receive the GOOD EGG AWARD until his idiotic religious tweet. Hey Reince, how about keeping your personal religious views out of the media....not everybody is Christian....did you realize????
White House Chief of Staff

The White House chief of staff is the highest-ranking employee of the White House. The position is a modern successor to the earlier role of the president's private secretary. The role was formalized as the assistant to the president in 1946 and acquired its current name in 1961. The chief of staff is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the president; it does not require Senate confirmation. The duties of the White House chief of staff vary greatly from one administration to another, and in fact, there is no legal requirement that the president even fill the position. However, since at least 1979, all presidents have found the need for a chief of staff, who typically oversees the actions of the White House staff, manages the president's schedule, and decides who is allowed to meet with the president. Because of these duties, the chief of staff has at various times been labeled "The Gatekeeper", or "the power behind the throne".
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