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The chief liaison between President Trump’s White House and federal government agencies will leave his job next week after more than two years on the job, depriving Trump of one of his last remaining senior staff members from the start of his presidency.
William McGinley, who has served as White House Cabinet secretary since Trump’s inauguration, has told friends he will return to the private sector, though a source close to McGinley says he has not had in-depth conversations with potential employers.
The article goes on to state the following:
McGinley, a longtime Republican election law expert who served as the top lawyer at the National Republican Senatorial Committee, joined Trump’s campaign in the summer of 2016 as the then-candidate prepared for what might have been a contested convention. McGinley helped squelch challenges to party rules that would have hurt Trump’s bid to win the Republican nomination.
According to The Hill, McGinley “managed the paper flow between agencies and the White House.” He also coordinated administration messages for Cabinet secretaries.
“If you had a problem with a Cabinet secretary, you’d go to Bill,” a Republican close to the White House told The Hill.
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