Boehner promotes economic adviser

“I have great respect for his counsel and his expertise,” BoehnerJohn BoehnerChaffetz calls for ,500 legislator housing stipend GOP super-PAC promises big spending in 2018 Ryan reminds lawmakers to be on time for votes MORE said, adding that he “brings to his new role a wealth of experience dealing with the big challenges facing our country, from trade and pension issues to tax and entitlement reform.”

During Romney's run, Stewart became the presidential nominee’s economic policy adviser and later served as vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul RyanPaul RyanCNN's Kohn, Ben Shapiro in Twitter spat after controversial 'killing spree' Ryan tweet Ryan: 'Prayers are being answered' for Scalise's recovery Rift opens in GOP over budget strategy MORE’s (R-Wis.) traveling counsel.

Prior to joining Boehner’s office, he served for nine years as a policy adviser for then-Rep. Philip English (R-Pa.).