Legislative affairs director Marc Short and a key deputy to leave the White House
9 days ago - By CNBC
Two key officials in the White House's Office of Legislative Affairs will leave in July, as the administration gears up to confirm President Donald Trump's second nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Marc Short, Trump's legislative director, becomes latest senior White House aide to depart
9 days ago - By The Washington Post
Short is joining a consulting firm and will also take on positions at the University of Virginia.
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