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Lisa Changadveja

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Lisa Changadveja

Lisa Changadveja is an American political strategist who has worked in multiple capacities on presidential campaigns for Hillary Clinton. Background Changadveja was born in Atlanta, Georgia[1] and grew up in Helen, Georgia.[2] She is the daughter of Thai immigrants.[3] She volunteered for John Kerry's 2004 presidential campaign and worked on the successful 2006 reelection campaign for Oregon's then-governor Ted Kulongoski. In 2007, Changadveja temporarily withdrew from Brenau University to join Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign,[2] where she mobilized voters in Nevada, Ohio, and Indiana as regional field director.[3] Career Changadveja served as deputy field director for Senator Michael Bennet's 2010 campaign before joining Planned Parenthood Federation of America in 2011 as Northwest Regional Field Manager.[4] She then served as campaign manager for Ann Johnson's 2012 campaign for the Texas House of Representatives.[1] In 2013, Changadveja joined the Ready for Hillary super PAC as the LGBT America

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Lanhee Chen

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Lanhee Chen

Lanhee J. Chen (Chinese: 陳仁宜; pinyin: Chén Rényí; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tân Jîn-gî; born July 4, 1978)[5] is an American policy expert, academic, and political commentator. Chen currently serves as the David and Diane Steffy Fellow in American Public Policy Studies at the Hoover Institution,[6] Director of Domestic Policy Studies and Lecturer in the Public Policy Program at Stanford University,[7] and Lecturer in Law at Stanford Law School.[8] He is also senior counselor at the Brunswick Group, an international business advisory firm. Chen is most well known for his role as a policy adviser and counselor to top Republican politicians and office holders. He was the policy director for the 2012 Mitt Romney presidential campaign and Romney's chief policy adviser. He has been described as the "orchestra leader" behind the Romney 2012 campaign.[2] Romney confidante Beth Myers described Chen as the person Romney relied on "entirely" for policy direction.[2] Chen was also a senior adviser to the 2016 presidential campaign of

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Dennis Cheng

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Dennis Cheng

Dennis Cheng is an American development executive. He served as the chief development officer of the Clinton Foundation from 2011 to 2015. He served as the national finance director of the 2016 presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton. Education Cheng graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in political science and economics from Swarthmore College in 2001.[1] He received an MSc in international relations[2] from the London School of Economics (LSE). Career Cheng served as the Deputy Chief of Protocol of the United States from July 20, 2009 to July 2011.[3] Cheng has since 2008 acted in important roles for Hillary Clinton. He served as New York state finance director for the 2008 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.[4] He also served on campaigns for John Kerry, Andrew Cuomo, and Wesley Clark.[5] During the Clinton-led State Department he was deputy chief of protocol.[4] He joined the Clinton Foundation in 2011 as chief development officer in 2011 and is credited with raising $248 million until 2015.[

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Kellyanne Conway

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Kellyanne Conway

Kellyanne Elizabeth Conway (née Fitzpatrick; born January 20, 1967) is an American pollster, political consultant, and pundit who serves as counselor to the president in the administration of U.S. president Donald Trump. She was previously Trump's campaign manager, having been appointed in August 2016; Conway is the first woman to have run a successful U.S. presidential campaign.[1] She has previously held roles as campaign manager and strategist in the Republican Party, and was formerly president and CEO of The Polling Company, Inc./WomanTrend.[2] Conway, who lived in Trump World Tower from 2001 to 2008 and conducted private polls for Trump in late 2013 when he was considering running for governor of New York, initially endorsed Ted Cruz in the Republican presidential primaries in 2016 and chaired a pro-Cruz political action committee.[3][4][5][6] After Cruz withdrew from the race, Trump appointed Conway as a senior advisor and later campaign manager.[7][8] On December 22, 2016, Trump announced that Conway

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Justin R. Clark

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Justin R. Clark

Justin Reilly "JC" Clark (born June 3, 1975) is an American lawyer and Senior Counsel to the re-election campaign of President Donald Trump.[2] He formerly held the positions of Director of Public Liaison and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs at the White House.[3][4] Prior to his government service, Clark was a partner at the law firm of Davis, Clark & Bonafonte LLC.[5] Biography Clark grew up in West Hartford, Connecticut and is a graduate of Conard High School and Wesleyan University.[5] While at Wesleyan he lettered as a midfielder and a defenseman for the varsity lacrosse team and was a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.[6] He received his JD from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 2004.[5] Following law school, he clerked for Associate Justice Peter T. Zarella of the Connecticut Supreme Court and was appointed by Connecticut Governor Jodi Rell to serve on the Judicial Review Council from 2009-2013.[6][7] Clark was a co-founder of the Connecticut based law firm of Davis

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Diamond and Silk

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Diamond and Silk

Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, known as Diamond and Silk, are American live-stream video bloggers, social media personalities, political activists and Fox Nation hosts. They are known for their commentary in support of United States President Donald Trump. The two women received media attention during the 2016 campaign and again in April 2018 when they alleged that Facebook had notified them they were "unsafe to the community."[1] In response, they accused Facebook of blocking and censoring their Facebook page. There is, however, no evidence that Facebook blocked or censored Diamond and Silk's Facebook page.[2][3][4] On April 26, 2018, at Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa)'s invitation they testified in front of Congress about their perceived censorship.[5][6] Subsequently, Republican members of Congress brought up the two women's censorship claims at Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before U.S. Congress.[7] Since 2018, Diamond and Silk have traveled the country on their Chit Chat Tour.[8][9] History Diamo

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A. J. Delgado

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A. J. Delgado

Arlene "A. J." Delgado is a former Mediaite columnist who joined the Donald Trump presidential campaign in September 2016.[1] She is a Harvard Law graduate who practiced law in New York City. Career Delgado's writings have been published in The American Conservative, National Review, The Miami Herald, The Washington Post, Breitbart, The Daily Caller, and Fox News. She appears regularly on Hannity. She self-published her book Hip To Be Square: Why It's Cool To Be A Conservative in 2012. Delgado has written about why Latinos should vote for Trump in The Washington Post.[2] On television, Delgado has regularly defended Trump from numerous allegations of sexual harassment. On MSNBC with Brian Williams on October 12, 2016, Delgado called the claims of women who accused Trump of assault "mind boggling" and "dubious".[3] After the election, she joined Donald Trump's transition team as a campaign advisor.[4] She did not join the administration after she found out she was pregnant: The baby's father is fellow Trump

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Brian Fallon (press secretary)

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Brian Fallon (press secretary)

Brian Edward Fallon Jr. (born c. 1982) is an American political activist. He was the national press secretary for Hillary Clinton's failed 2016 presidential campaign, a role he began in March 2015. Career Fallon graduated cum laude from Harvard,[2] where he covered sports for The Harvard Crimson.[3] During the 2004 presidential election, Fallon worked on the Kerry-Edwards presidential campaign as a press aide.[4] During the 2006 Senate election in New Jersey, Fallon served as campaign press secretary to Senator Robert Menendez. Fallon then became chief spokesman for Senator Charles Schumer of New York, and in 2011 additionally became spokesman for the new Senate Democratic Policy and Communications Center.[4] In 2013, Fallon left Schumer's office and moved to the Justice Department, with Attorney General Eric Holder hiring him as the department's director of public affairs.[4][5] Fallon joined Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign in March 2015, as national press secretary.[4][6] Fallon famously tweeted

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Boris Epshteyn

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Boris Epshteyn

Boris Alexandrovich Epshteyn (Russian: Бори́с Алекса́ндрович Эпштейн; born August 14, 1982) is a Russian-born American Republican political strategist, investment banker, and attorney. He is currently the Chief Political Analyst at Sinclair Broadcast Group. He was a senior advisor to Donald Trump's 2016 campaign for President of the United States, and previously worked on the McCain-Palin campaign. Following Trump's election, he was named director of communications for the Presidential Inaugural Committee,[1] and then assistant communications director for surrogate operations in the administration, until he resigned in March 2017. Early life and education Epshteyn was born in 1982 in Moscow, Soviet Union, the son of Anna Shulkina and Aleksandr Epshteyn. His family is Russian Jewish.[2] In 1993, he immigrated as a refugee with his family to Plainsboro Township, New Jersey under the Lautenberg amendment of 1990.[3] Epshteyn is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Foreign Service (BSFS, 2004). During

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Tony Fabrizio

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Tony Fabrizio

Anthony Fabrizio (born 1960) is an American Republican pollster and strategist. In February 2018, he was questioned by Robert Mueller's Special Counsel team about polling data shared with pro-Kremlin pro-Putin individuals. He is the principal in Fabrizio, Lee & Associates, and was the pollster for Donald Trump's fall 2016 Presidential campaign, former Senator Bob Dole's 1996 Presidential campaign, U.S. Senator Rand Paul's U.S. Senate and 2016 Presidential campaign, and former Governor Rick Perry's 2012 Presidential campaign, among others. He also served as a pollster for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in the 2014 midterm elections. Fabrizio is a silent owner of Multi Media Services Corporation (MMSC).[1] MMSC was the biggest vendor to the top pro-Trump Rebuilding America Now super PAC.[1] Career In 1996, Fabrizio served as chief pollster and strategist to Bob Dole's Presidential campaign, which was unsuccessful. He has also worked for several dozen U.S. Senators and Governors, including Tim Pawlenty, Ra

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David M. Friedman

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David M. Friedman

David Melech Friedman (born August 8, 1958) is an American bankruptcy lawyer and the United States Ambassador to Israel. He joined the law firm Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman (then known as Kasowitz, Hoff, Benson & Torres) in 1994, where he met and represented Donald Trump, then chairman and president of The Trump Organization. He served as an advisor to Trump during his successful presidential campaign. In December 2016, President-elect Trump's transition team announced that Friedman was Trump's nominee for ambassador. His nomination was met with support from conservative Israeli and Jewish American activist groups, and opposition from liberal advocacy organizations, particularly J Street. He was confirmed by the full Senate on March 23, 2017, with a 52–46 vote,[1] officially sworn in by Vice President Mike Pence on March 29 and presented his credentials on May 15. Early life and education Friedman was one of four children born to Morris S. Friedman (d. 2005),[2] a Temple Hillel rabbi[3] and

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Sarah Godlewski

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Sarah Godlewski

Sarah Ann Godlewski (born November 9, 1981)[1] is an American entrepreneur, business executive, and politician serving as the Wisconsin State Treasurer since 2019[2][3] She was elected in 2018, defeating Republican Travis Hartwig.[4][5] A Democrat, Godlewski was the founder of the Save Our Fiscal Watchdog Committee,[6] a successful effort which defeated an April 2018 proposed amendment to the Wisconsin Constitution to remove the office of State Treasurer.[7][8][9] Godlewski led the statewide effort with former Republican State Treasurer Jack Voight.[10] Early life and career Godlewski was born in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and is a graduate of Memorial High School, where she was class president. She attended college at George Mason University, where she studied Peace and Conflict Resolution and served as student body president. During that time, she helped to successfully lobby the Virginia Legislature to pass absentee ballot reforms.[11] Later, she attended the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership at th

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Hope Hicks

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Hope Hicks

Hope Charlotte Hicks (born October 21, 1988) is an American public relations consultant who in February 2020 was named counselor to President Donald Trump.[1] Hicks previously served as White House communications director from August 2017 until March 29, 2018.[2][3] From January to September 2017, she was White House director of strategic communications. A former model, Hicks was an employee of the Trump Organization before becoming press secretary and early communications director for the Trump 2016 presidential campaign, as well as the national press secretary for the presidential transition team.[4][5] She was Trump's longest-serving political aide at the time of her resignation.[6][7] On February 27, 2018, Hicks testified to a congressional committee that she had told "white lies" on Trump's behalf.[8][9][10] The next day, Hicks announced her intention to resign as White House communications director.[11][12] She left the White House a month later. In 2019, she began working for Fox Corporation as its

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Anatole Jenkins

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Anatole Jenkins

Anatole Jenkins is an American political strategist and political staffer. He served on Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.[1] He currently serves as the Deputy National Field Director for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.[2][3] Jenkins spent much of his career working with groups related to President Barack Obama, including his political organization Organizing for America, Barack Obama's 2012 presidential campaign,[4] and Organizing for Action, Obama's nonprofit built from his campaign infrastructure. He served as Coordinated Campaign Field Director for the Nevada Democratic Party in 2014. In October 2013, Barack Obama's Twitter and Facebook accounts were hacked. In the same hacking, Jenkins' email was hacked revealing details of Barack Obama's political organization. At the time, he was the Fundraising Manager for Obama. Official representatives of the Syrian Electronic Army, a loose group of hackers who support Syrian President Bashar Al Assad, claimed responsibility.[5] Refere

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Stephanie Hannon

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Stephanie Hannon

Stephanie Hannon (born October 31, 1974) was the chief technology officer (CTO) of Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign. She was the first woman to hold the title of CTO on a major presidential campaign.[2][3][4] Prior to working for the Clinton campaign, Hannon was Google's director of product management for civic innovation and social impact. Her focus was on building tools to help communities respond to natural disasters as well as producing and sharing transparent election results. Previously, she held product leadership roles at Facebook and Eventbrite, and helped launch Google Maps in Europe and Google Wave.[2][5] After the Clinton campaign, she joined Greylock Partners and then became the chief product officer at Strava.[6] Early life and education Hannon was born in Washington, DC, and grew up in Reston, Virginia. She went to Virginia's chartered Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. She earned a bachelor's degree in computer systems engineering and a master's degree in el

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Rob Goldstone

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Rob Goldstone

Robert Ian Goldstone (born 3 December 1960) is a British publicist, music manager, and former tabloid journalist who gained international attention for his activities during the 2016 American presidential election campaign.[1] Early life and career Goldstone was born in Whitefield, Bury, Greater Manchester,[2] where his father was a founding member of the Hillock Hebrew Congregation. He attended Delamere Forest School in Cheshire and Heys Boys' County Secondary School in Prestwich. He left school at age 16 to become a trainee sports reporter at the Jewish Gazette.[3] He then worked for the Radcliffe Times and, later, for the Birmingham Evening Mail.[2][4][5] While working as a print journalist for the Australian Associated Press (AAP), Goldstone became the only journalist to travel with Michael Jackson on his 1987 Australian BAD tour.[2][4][5] In 1987, Goldstone founded Oui 2 Entertainment, a publicity, marketing, and event-planning company.[5] Clients of the company have included the New York Friars Club

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Ike Kaveladze

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Ike Kaveladze

Irakly "Ike" Kaveladze (Georgian: ირაკლი კაველაძე) is a Georgian-American business executive. He is senior vice president at Crocus Group, the real estate development company run by Aras Agalarov. He was one of eight people attending a meeting with Donald Trump's election campaign officials in June 2016.[1][2][3] According to his attorney, Kavaladze is a long-time U.S. citizen and has "never had any engagement with the Russian government in any capacity."[1] Kaveladze was born in the Soviet republic of Georgia in 1965.[4] He graduated from the Moscow Finance Academy in 1989 and received an MBA from the University of New Haven in Connecticut in 2002, according to his website. He immigrated to the US in 1991 where he set up International Business Creations (IBC), a company that opened bank accounts with Citibank of New York and the Commercial Bank of San Francisco for companies incorporated in Delaware for Russian brokers. In 1996, Kaveladze set up Euro-American Corporate Services Inc. whose services included

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Khizr and Ghazala Khan

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Khizr and Ghazala Khan

Ghazala and Khizr Khan speak with VOA's Urdu service in Washington, D.C., August 1, 2016 Khizr Muazzam Khan (born 1950) and Ghazala Khan (born 1951) are the Pakistani American parents of United States Army Captain Humayun Khan, who was killed in 2004 during the Iraq War. The couple received international attention following a speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention that criticized Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Biography Khizr Khan was born in 1950, the eldest of ten children, to poultry farming parents in Gujranwala, a city in Pakistan's Punjab Province.[1][2] Ghazala is also from Punjab, born in 1951 in Faisalabad.[1][3] The couple met while attending the University of Punjab, where Ghazala studied Persian and Khizr pursued an LL.B. in the Law College. Khizr passed the Punjab bar in 1974. Once married, the couple moved to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates to earn money to move to the United States. Two of their sons, Shaharyar and Humayun, were born in Dubai.[1] Immigration to

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George Lombardi

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George Lombardi

George "Guido" Lombardi (born 1950s) is an American real estate investor who is an advisor to Donald Trump. He is credited with launching social media groups supporting Trump's candidacy for U.S. president in 2016, such as "Latinos for Trump", though he was never officially part of the campaign.[1] Lombardi emigrated to the United States from Italy in the 1970s.[1] He is a former executive director of the International Council for Economic Development and the author of a book "Liberta' e Progresso Economico." (Freedom and Economic Progress).[2] Lombardi received requests to meet with Trump from right-wing leaders in Europe, including French member of European Parliament and head of the National Front Marine Le Pen, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and members of Austria's Freedom Party. Lombardi relayed the messages, but few requests to meet Trump have been granted.[1] Lombardi was famously spotted with Marine Le Pen having coffee at Trump Tower in New York, where Lombardi lives.[3] He received at the

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Paul Manafort

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Paul Manafort

Paul John Manafort Jr. (born April 1, 1949) is an American former lobbyist, political consultant, former attorney, and convicted felon who is serving a prison sentence for federal financial crimes.[3] A long-time Republican Party campaign consultant, he chaired the Trump Presidential campaign team from June to August 2016. He was convicted of tax and bank fraud in 2018 and forfeited his license to practice law in January 2019.[4][5] Manafort served as an adviser to the U.S. presidential campaigns of Republicans Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, and Bob Dole. In 1980, he co-founded the Washington, D.C.-based lobbying firm Black, Manafort & Stone, along with principals Charles R. Black Jr., and Roger J. Stone,[6][7][8] joined by Peter G. Kelly in 1984.[9] Manafort often lobbied on behalf of foreign leaders such as former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, former dictator of the Philippines Ferdinand Marcos, former dictator of Zaire Mobutu Sese Seko, and Angolan guerrilla leader Jonas Sav

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Monique Luiz

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Monique Luiz

Monique Luiz (née Corzilius; born May 3, 1961) is an American former child model best known for starring in a famous[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8] television advertisement for Lyndon Johnson's 1964 presidential campaign known as "Daisy". Complete "Daisy" advertisement Biography Monique Corzilius was born and raised in Pine Beach, New Jersey, the youngest of the three children of Fred and Colette Corzilius. While she was a child, her mother began taking her to New York City on child acting auditions. Working under the stage name Monique Cozy, her first job came at age two, modeling in a print advertisement for Lipton soup. A successful audition at the offices of the advertising office of Doyle Dane Bernbach earned her the starring role in "Daisy", for which her parents were paid $105 ($870 today). According to her, her parents were unaware of what the ad was for until they saw it air. She, herself, did not see the spot until 36 years later, in 2000.[9][10][11][12] Corzilius continued to appear in television

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Alicia Machado

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Alicia Machado

Yoseph Alicia Machado Fajardo (Spanish pronunciation: ; born December 6, 1976) is a Venezuelan-American actress, TV host, singer and beauty queen who was Miss Venezuela 1995 and then Miss Universe 1996. She was the fourth woman from Venezuela to be named Miss Universe. During the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, Machado publicly criticized the prior behavior of Donald Trump, who owned the Miss Universe pageant during her reign. She was mentioned by Hillary Clinton during the first 2016 U.S. presidential debate. Early life Machado was born in Maracay, Venezuela. Her father was a toy store owner who emigrated from Spain and her mother's family emigrated from Cuba prior to the Cuban revolution.[1][2] Machado took to performing at an early age. She began dancing at age 4 and acting at age 12.[1] Machado attended college for a year and half but left to pursue modeling and appearing in commercials.[1][3] Career Machado won the 1995 Miss Maracay pageant,[2] and then the 1995 Miss Venezuela pageant representing

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Corey Lewandowski

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Corey Lewandowski

Corey R. Lewandowski (born September 18, 1973)[1] is an American political operative, lobbyist and political commentator. He was a political commentator for One America News Network (OANN), Fox News and CNN, as well as a campaign manager of Donald Trump's 2016 campaign for President of the United States from January 2015 to June 2016. Prior to joining Trump's campaign, Lewandowski worked on several campaigns, for a Congressman, worked for the conservative advocacy group Americans for Prosperity and was a lobbyist. Corey also held the position of Seasonal Marine Patrol Officer Trainee for approximately 3.5 years and successfully graduated the New Hampshire part-time Police Officer Academy. Lewandowski himself has run unsuccessfully for office twice, once in Massachusetts and once in New Hampshire. On December 21, 2016, Lewandowski co-founded Avenue Strategies, a lobbying firm in an office overlooking the White House. He left the firm in May 2017. On August 1, 2019, Lewandowski announced that he was "very ser

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Katrina Pierson

Katrina Lanette Pierson (née Shaddix;[1] born July 20, 1976[a]) is an American Tea Party activist and communications consultant. She was the national spokesperson for the Donald Trump 2016 presidential campaign, and was a regular CNN contributor during the campaign. Early life Pierson was born in Kansas[2] to a white mother and a black father.[3] Her mother gave birth to her at 15[1] and initially gave her up for adoption, but changed her mind.[3] She grew up with her single mother, in poverty.[3] In 1997, at 20, Pierson was arrested for shoplifting, to which she pleaded no contest, received deferred adjudication, and, ultimately, a dismissal with the case sealed.[1] She reportedly took $168 in merchandise from a J. C. Penney store in Plano, Texas. She had her 3-month-old son with her at the time.[1] Pierson told authorities she needed the clothes for job interviews. She has said that the incident helped her turn her life around, showing her that mistakes often come with consequences.[1] Pierson received

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John Podesta

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John Podesta

John David Podesta Jr. (born January 8, 1949) is an American political consultant who served as White House Chief of Staff to President Bill Clinton from October 20, 1998, until January 20, 2001, and as Counselor to President Barack Obama from January 1, 2014, until February 13, 2015. Before that he served as the White House Staff Secretary and White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations for the Clinton Administration between January 20, 1993, until October 20, 1998. He is the former president, and now Chair and Counselor, of the Center for American Progress (CAP), a think tank in Washington, D.C., as well as a Visiting Professor of Law at the Georgetown University Law Center and was chairman of Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.[1][2][3][4] Early life Podesta spent most of his early years in Chicago, where he was born, growing up in the neighborhood of Jefferson Park on the city's Northwest Side.[5] His mother, Mary (née Kokoris), was Greek-American, and his father, John David Podesta Sr.,

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Candace Owens

Candace Amber Owens Farmer (born April 29, 1989)[2] is an American conservative[3][4][5] commentator and political activist. She is known for her pro-Trump activism and her criticism of Black Lives Matter and of the Democratic Party.[6][7][8] She worked for the conservative advocacy group Turning Point USA between 2017 and 2019.[9] Early life and education Owens was raised in Stamford, Connecticut[3] by her grandparents, after her parents divorced.[3] She is a graduate of Stamford High School.[10] In 2007, while a senior in high school, Owens, who is African-American, received threatening racist phone calls that were traced to a car in which the 14-year-old son of then mayor Dannel Malloy was present. Owens' family sued the Stamford Board of Education in federal court alleging that the city did not protect her rights, resulting in a $37,500 settlement.[10][11] Owens was pursuing an undergraduate degree in journalism at the University of Rhode Island. She left after her junior year.[3] Afterwards, she work

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Ann O'Leary

Ann M. O'Leary (born 1971)[1] is an American political advisor, lawyer, and nonprofit leader, who currently serves as Chief of Staff to California Governor Gavin Newsom. Earlier in her career, she served as a senior policy advisor in the Bill Clinton Administration and as legislative director to Senator Hillary Clinton. Following her federal government service, she helped establish multiple non-profit organizations promoting progressive policy related to income inequality, healthcare, education, and workforce development. She served as a senior policy advisor to Hillary Clinton's 2016 Presidential Campaign and as co-executive director of the Clinton-Kaine Transition Project. After the 2016 Presidential election, O'Leary became a partner at the Palo Alto office of Boies, Schiller, & Flexner, where her practice focused on strategic consulting and crisis management. Following the swearing-in of California Governor Gavin Newsom in January, 2019, O'Leary was appointed Chief of Staff to the Governor. Early l

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Meredith McIver

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Meredith McIver

Meredith McIver (born 1950/51) is a staff writer for The Trump Organization, an author, and a former ballerina.[1][2] She is credited with ghostwriting multiple books by Donald Trump and was described in 2007 as an "assistant" to him.[3][4][5] Early life McIver is originally from San Jose, California and moved to New York City at age 14 on a Ford Foundation Scholarship for dance. In New York, McIver trained at George Balanchine's School of American Ballet during the summers of 1965 and 1966, and was enrolled full-time in the advanced division courses at the School of American Ballet 1967–70.[6] She later earned an English degree at the University of Utah, graduating with honors in 1976.[6][7] Professional dancer In 1981, McIver appeared on Broadway in the revival of Can-Can, a production which closed after five performances.[8] Trump affiliation In the 2000s, McIver worked with Donald Trump as both an assistant and as a ghostwriter.[4][5] She co-authored Trump: Think Like a Billionaire (2005) and severa

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Carter Page

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Carter Page

Carter William Page (born June 3, 1971) is an American petroleum industry consultant and a former foreign-policy adviser to Donald Trump during his 2016 presidential election campaign.[1] Page is the founder and managing partner of Global Energy Capital, a one-man investment fund and consulting firm specializing in the Russian and Central Asian oil and gas business.[2][3][4] Page was a focus of the 2017 Special Counsel investigation into links between Trump associates and Russian officials and Russian interference on behalf of Trump during the 2016 presidential election.[2] In April 2019, the Mueller Report revealed that investigators found no direct evidence that Page coordinated Trump campaign activities with the Russian government.[5] In 2019 the Justice Department determined the last two of four FISA warrants to surveil Page were invalid and illegal.[6][7] Life and career Carter Page was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on June 3, 1971,[8] the son of Allan Robert Page and Rachel (Greenstein) Page.[9][1

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George Papadopoulos

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George Papadopoulos

George Demetrios Papadopoulos[3] ([4][5] born August 19, 1987) is a former member of the foreign policy advisory panel to Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. On October 5, 2017, Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to making false statements to FBI agents about the timing and the possible significance of his contacts in 2016 relating to U.S.–Russia relations and the Donald Trump presidential campaign. He has served twelve days in federal prison and is currently on a 12-month supervised release.[6] During his supervised release from prison he is participating in a docuseries.[7] In March 2019, Papadopoulos released his book, Deep State Target: How I Got Caught in the Crosshairs of the Plot to Bring Down President Trump.[8] On October 29, 2019, Papadopoulos filed to run for California's 25th congressional district after the resignation of Katie Hill.[9][10][11] Early life and education George Papadopoulos was born August 19, 1987, at Swedish Covenant Hospital[12] in Chicago, Illinois,[13] to Greek immigrants[12

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Robby Mook

Robert E. Mook (born December 3, 1979) is an American former political campaign strategist and campaign manager. He was the campaign manager for Hillary Clinton's unsuccessful 2016 presidential campaign. He is currently a CNN political commentator. Mook worked on state campaigns, leading up to Howard Dean's 2004 presidential campaign. Mook then joined the Democratic National Committee, and worked for Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign as a state director in three states. Mook managed Senator Jeanne Shaheen's campaign as she ran in New Hampshire for election to the U.S. Senate in fall 2008, served as the executive director of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in 2012, and was the campaign manager for Terry McAuliffe's successful 2013 gubernatorial campaign. In the wake of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, Mook drew criticism for his campaign strategy and tactics, specifically his reliance on data analytics despite advice from campaign teams in battleground states.[1] Early life Mook was

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Sam Nunberg

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Sam Nunberg

Sam Nunberg (born June 21, 1981) is an American public affairs consultant based in Manhattan.[1] He was a political advisor to Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. In March 2018, Nunberg was subpoenaed by a grand jury for testimony and documents relating to the Special Counsel's Russia investigation.[2] Early life and education Nunberg was born to a Jewish family; his mother was a corporate attorney at Wachtell, Lipton and his father was a real estate attorney who worked with Trump attorney Gerald Schrager.[3] He attended the Ramaz School an independent co-educational Modern Orthodox Jewish prep school in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan.[3] He graduated with a BA in History from McGill University in 2004.[4] He attended Touro Law Center on Long Island, New York, from 2007 to 2009, graduating in 2009, and was admitted to the New York state bar in 2013. [5] Career While volunteering for the Mitt Romney 2008 presidential campaign, Nunberg met and was recruited by attorney Jay Sekulow to v

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Stephen Miller (political advisor)

Stephen Miller (born August 23, 1985)[1] is an American far right[1][2] political activist who serves as a senior advisor for policy for President Donald Trump.[3] He was previously the communications director for then-Senator Jeff Sessions. He was also a press secretary for Republican representatives Michele Bachmann and John Shadegg. As a speechwriter for Trump, Miller helped write Trump's inaugural address.[4][5][6] He has been a key adviser since the early days of Trump's presidency. An immigration hardliner, Miller was a chief architect of Trump's travel ban,[7][8][9] the administration's reduction of refugees accepted to the United States,[10] and Trump's policy of separating migrant children from their parents.[11] He has prevented the publication of internal administration studies that showed that refugees had a net positive effect on government revenues.[12][13] Miller reportedly played a central role in the resignation in April 2019 of Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen, who he believe

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Alexander Nix

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Alexander Nix

Alexander James Ashburner Nix (born 1 May 1975) is a British businessman, the former CEO of Cambridge Analytica[1] and a former director of the Strategic Communication Laboratories (SCL) Group,[2] a behavioural research and strategic communications consultancy, leading its elections division (SCL Elections). Cambridge Analytica helped Leave.EU with its Brexit campaign, according to both Leave.EU and Cambridge Analytica staff. The company was also engaged by the Ted Cruz and Donald Trump campaigns during the 2016 US presidential election. Nix attended Eton and studied art history; he is married to shipping heiress Olympia Paus. He started his career as a financial analyst with Baring Securities in Mexico before moving to the strategic communication industry and joining SCL Group. In 2013 he set up Cambridge Analytica, where he became CEO. Both in the UK and the US campaigns, Cambridge Analytica used private information from over 87 million Facebook users harvested from their profiles without permission.[3] I

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Jeff Roe

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Jeff Roe

Jeff Roe (born September 25, 1970)[1] is an American political consultant and strategist for the Republican Party.[2] He is the founder and principal of Axiom Strategies, a political consulting firm based in Kansas City, Missouri, with 12 additional locations in 8 different states.[3] He formerly served as Chief of staff, campaign manager, and longtime aide for U.S. Representative Sam Graves.[4] Known for his aggressive campaign techniques, Roe has earned a reputation as a "bare-knuckle" political operative who "plays to win."[5][6][7] Roe has been called "the next Karl Rove".[8] His political consulting firm, Axiom Strategies, has won over 50 "Pollie" & Reed awards on its way to an "81% win rate".[9][10] Roe has consulted for a variety of local, state, and federal political campaigns. Notable clients have included Mike Huckabee, Rick Perry and Ted Cruz. Roe was the senior strategist and campaign manager for Cruz's 2016 presidential bid.[11] Background Roe is a native of Brookfield, Missouri. He grew

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Marc Short

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Marc Short

Marc Short (born March 3, 1970) is the Chief of Staff to current Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence.[1] He has previously served as the Senior Fellow at the Miller Center of Public Affairs and a contributor for CNN, and had also served as the White House Director of Legislative Affairs for President Trump; Chief of Staff for Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison; Chief of Staff for the House Republican Conference; and President of Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce. Early life and education Marc Short was born in Virginia, the son of Richard T. "Dick" Short III, a wealthy insurance executive, and his wife Florence "Kim" Timolat Short.[2] The family lived "in a comfortable waterfront home on the eastern tip of Virginia Beach’s Bay Island."[3] He attended Norfolk Academy from grade school to high school.[3] He graduated from Washington and Lee University in 1992.[4] While an undergraduate at Washington and Lee University, Short co-founded The Spectator in 1989, a conservative paper Career Short serve

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Faith Spotted Eagle

Faith Spotted Eagle (Dakota: Tunkan Inajin Win[1] or Tȟuŋkáŋ Inážiŋ Win pronounced  "Standing Stone"; born 1948) is a Native American activist and politician. She is a member of the Yankton Sioux Nation who attempted to block development of the Keystone XL pipeline and the Dakota Access Pipeline.[2] In the 2016 presidential election, she became the first Native American to receive an electoral vote for President of the United States as well as one of the first two women to receive an electoral vote for President of the United States.[3] Spotted Eagle's single vote came from Robert Satiacum Jr., a faithless elector in Washington, who cast it for her instead of Hillary Clinton. Background Spotted Eagle is from the village of White Swan, now beneath 140 feet of water at the bottom of Lake Francis Case, a reservoir created by the Fort Randall Dam.[4] She still lives in the area at nearby Lake Andes, South Dakota.[5][6] She attended the American University in Washington, D.C., and Black Hills State College in S

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Roger Stone

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Roger Stone

Roger Jason Stone Jr.[a] (born August 27, 1952) is an American political consultant,[3] author, and lobbyist. In November 2019, subsequent to the Mueller Report and Special Counsel investigation, he was convicted on seven counts, including witness tampering and lying to investigators. He awaits sentencing.[4] Since the 1970s, Stone worked on the campaigns of Republican politicians Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Jack Kemp, Bob Dole,[5] and Donald Trump. In addition to frequently serving as a campaign adviser, Stone was previously a political lobbyist. In 1980, he co-founded a Washington, D.C.-based lobbying firm with Paul Manafort and Charles R. Black Jr.[6][7][8] The firm recruited Peter G. Kelly and was renamed Black, Manafort, Stone and Kelly in 1984.[9]:124 During the 1980s, BMSK became a top lobbying firm by leveraging its White House connections to attract high-paying clients including U.S. corporations, trade associations, as well as foreign governments. By 1990, it was one of the leading lobbyists for

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USA Freedom Kids

USA Freedom Kids at a 2019 performance Performance in 2019 2019 performance USA Freedom Kids, sometimes referred to as USA Freedom Girls,[2][3] are an American pro-Trump girl group known for performing their song "Freedom's Call" at a Donald Trump rally in Pensacola, Florida in January 2016, during his presidential campaign.[4] History At the time of the group's formation, Alexis Popick was 8, Bianca and Izzy were both 11, Sarah was 13 and Victoria was 12. The group was formed and is managed by Alexis' father, Jeff Popick,[5][6] a former television stunt man and Trump supporter.[7] They came together from a casting call and include 3 performers and 2 girls who only record in the studio.[8] Sarah has been blind since birth.[9] The group is from Naples, Florida.[10][11] In September of 2016, the group sued the Trump campaign for $15,000 for failure to book the group for promised future performances and refusing to allow the group to sell merchandise when performing at rallies. The group ultimately dro

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Bill Stepien

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Bill Stepien

Bill Stepien (born 1978) is a Republican political operative and former White House political director in the Trump administration. Stepien managed both of Chris Christie's gubernatorial campaigns and served as his Deputy Chief of Staff before being fired in 2014 after Christie said he "lost confidence" in Stepien's judgment.[1] After Donald Trump secured the Republican nomination, he joined the presidential campaign in August 2016 and was later named the White House political director during the Trump presidential transition. Early career Stepien began his political career working on Anthony Bucco's 1997 State Senate campaign, and on Bob Franks' 2000 U.S. Senate race. He worked for Public Opinion Strategies and DuHaime Communications before managing Bill Baroni's 2003 bid for New Jersey State Assembly—the only Republican to oust a Democratic incumbent that year, and one of PolitickerNJ.com's Best Campaigns of the Year.[2] Stepien served as Political Director of the 2004 Bush/Cheney campaign in New Hampsh

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Richard Sugarman

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Richard Sugarman

Richard Sugarman (born July 12, 1944) is an American academic and political consultant. He is a professor of religion at the University of Vermont and "a world-renowned expert on the Lithuanian-born philosopher Emmanuel Levinas."[1] He was an advisor to presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on his 2016 presidential campaign. Early life Richard Sugarman was born in Buffalo, New York.[1] He is of Ukrainian Jewish descent on his paternal side and of English Jewish descent on his maternal side.[1] His father's family were Hasidic Jews; his mother was a Reform Jew.[1] His father was a serial entrepreneur.[1] Sugarman received his B.A. cum laude in philosophy from Yale University in 1966; his roommate was Joe Lieberman, who later served as United States Senator.[2][1] One of his professors was John Daniel Wild, and he also was mentored by Paul Weiss.[1] After serving as a Carnegie Teaching Fellow in philosophy at Yale during the 1966-1967 academic year, he went on to receive an M.A. from Yale in 1969 and a Ph.D.

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David Urban

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David Urban

David Urban (born c. 1964) is an American lobbyist, political operative, and political commentator for CNN who worked on the 2016 Donald Trump presidential campaign, helping to orchestrate the 2016 Republican National Convention and serving as a senior advisor in the successful effort to win Pennsylvania.[3][4][5][6] It has been reported that Urban has been considered for several positions in the Trump Administration, including Chair of the Republican National Committee, White House Deputy Chief of Staff,[7][8] White House Chief of Staff,[4][9][10] and Ambassador to Saudi Arabia.[11] He is currently the Chairman of the American Battle Monuments Commission.[12] Early life, education, and military service A native of Aliquippa, Beaver County, Pennsylvania,[4][2] Urban was recruited to play football at Harvard University, but opted to instead attend the United States Military Academy at West Point,[13][6] where he was featured in the Black Knight's 1982 media guide.[13] An injury cut short his football career,

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Jeff Weaver (political staffer)

Jeffrey P. Weaver (born 1966)[1] was the campaign manager for the 2016 campaign of US Senator Bernie Sanders for President of the United States.[2][3][4] He formerly served as the campaign manager for Sanders's 2006 United States Senate election and as chief of staff in Sanders’s House and Senate offices.[5] In August 2016, Weaver was named president of Our Revolution, a political organization created by Sanders, a position he held until June 2017. In May 2018, his book How Bernie Won: Inside the Revolution That's Taking Back Our Country was published. Education Weaver graduated from Missisquoi Valley Union High School in Franklin County, Vermont, in 1983. He attended Boston University as an undergraduate ROTC candidate. He was arrested there on April 24, 1986, for disorderly conduct, along with 10 other students; they became known as the "BU Eleven." The group began building shanties on campus and tried to prevent university employees from tearing them down. During the incident several students, including

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Katie Walsh (politician)

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Katie Walsh (politician)

Katherine Marie Walsh (born November 1, 1984)[1] is an American Republican political operative who briefly served as White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Implementation in the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump. She also worked with the Trump-aligned 501(c)(4) America First Policies.[2][3] Walsh previously served as the Chief of Staff for the Republican National Committee. She joined the Republican National Committee as deputy Finance Director in January 2013 and became Finance Director in June of that year. In her previous role as Deputy Finance Director for the National Republican Senatorial Committee, she worked with United States Senate campaigns across the country to implement comprehensive fundraising and campaign strategies. Her past experience also includes serving as Midwest Regional Finance Director for the McCain–Palin campaign in 2008 and working for Friends of Fred Thompson, at the Ashcroft Group, and as a field representative for Missourians for Matt Blunt.[4] Early life and educat

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Joel Zamel

Joel Zamel (born 1986) is an Australian Israeli inventor, entrepreneur, owner and operator of private intelligence and political analysis agencies which offer forecasting simulations, wargaming, influence operations, social media campaigns, private investment brokering and election campaign strategy. Such firms include Wikistrat, a geostrategic consultancy firm, Joel Zamel Investment Group (JZIG), White Knight, and Psy-Group, an agency specializing in counter-extremism activities and social media operations. [1] [2][3][4][4][5] Early life and education Joel Zamel was born in Australia in 1986,[4] the son of Gary Zamel, a wealthy Australian mining engineer and businessman[3] predominantely related to coal, nickel and copper mining and previous Director of the Australian Israel Chamber of Commerce. Gary Zamel also has done work for his son's company Wikistrat.[6][7] Zamel attended the University of New South Wales in Sydney, where he obtained a Bachelor of Mining Engineering and later moved to Israel studying

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Brad Parscale

Brad Parscale (born January 3, 1976) is an American digital consultant and political aide who served as the digital media director for Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. He now serves as the campaign manager for Trump's 2020 reelection campaign. Parscale began working for the Trump Organization in 2011, developing and designing websites and creating and managing digital media strategies. In early 2015, Trump hired Parscale and his firm, Giles-Parscale, to create a website for his exploratory campaign. When Trump declared himself a Republican candidate in 2015, one of the first people he called was Parscale, asking him to update his exploratory campaign site into a "full-fledged presidential campaign website."[1] Throughout the Republican primary, Parscale was responsible for the Donald J. Trump for President website, as well as for digital media strategy and online fundraising campaigns. In June 2016, Parscale was officially named digital media director for the Donald J. Trump for President campaign,

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Symone Sanders

Symone D. Sanders (born December 10, 1989) served as national press secretary for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders during the Bernie Sanders 2016 presidential campaign. She left the campaign in late June 2016 abruptly but said "she was not let go and that leaving the campaign was her decision."[1] In October 2016 she was hired to be a Democratic strategist and political commentator by CNN.[2] In April 2019, Symone Sanders joined the 2020 presidential campaign of former vice president Joe Biden as a senior advisor.[3][4] Early life Sanders was born on December 10, 1989.[5] She grew up in Omaha, Nebraska. Her father, Daniel Sanders, is retired from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.[6] Her mother, Terri Sanders, is the former executive director for the Great Plains Black History Museum.[6] She attended Creighton University, and graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration in 2013. Media Attention Sanders was recognized as one of 16 Young Americans Shaping the 2016 Election by Rolling

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Jeffrey P. Weaver

Jeffrey P. Weaver (born 1966)[1] is the former campaign manager for the 2016 campaign of US Senator Bernie Sanders for President of the United States.[2][3][4] He formerly served as the campaign manager for Sanders's 2006 United States Senate election and as chief of staff in Sanders’s House and Senate offices.[5] In August 2016, Weaver was named president of Our Revolution, a political organization created by Sanders, a position he held until June 2017. In May 2018, his book How Bernie Won: Inside the Revolution That's Taking Back Our Country was published. Education Weaver graduated from Missisquoi Valley Union High School in Franklin County, Vermont, in 1983. He attended Boston University as an undergraduate ROTC candidate. He was arrested there on April 24, 1986, for disorderly conduct, along with 10 other students; they became known as the "BU Eleven." The group began building shanties on campus and tried to prevent university employees from tearing them down. During the incident several students, incl

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