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Trump picks Giuliani's son for WH job

Trump picks Giuliani's son for WH job
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President Trump has hired the son of former New York City Mayor and trusted campaign adviser Rudy Giuliani to work on his White House staff. 
 
Andrew Giuliani, 31, will work as an associate director in the Office of Public Liaison, which is tasked with outreach to outside interest groups. 
  
The former Trump campaign volunteer is helping organize the New England Patriots' upcoming visit to the White House to celebrate their Super Bowl victory, according to Politico, which first reported his hire. 
 
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The former New York mayor was reportedly considered for secretary of State, before withdrawing his name from consideration for a Cabinet post. 

 
The White House announced that three others would join the Office of Public Liaison, which has been understaffed since Trump took office on Jan. 20. 
 
George Sifakis, who runs a government relations firm, will lead the office. The former George W. Bush official appears to be a replacement for Anthony Scaramucci, a longtime Trump adviser who was originally recruited for the role. 
 
But the sale of Scaramucci’s investment firm, SkyBridge Capital, to a Chinese company reportedly held up his appointment. Scaramucci was known to be close with some members of Trump's inner circle, including top advisers Jared Kushner and Steve Bannon. But he did not have a relationship with White House chief of staff Reince Priebus.
 
Former Republican National Committee official Jennifer Korn and Texas Republican Party Chairman Steve Munisteri will also work in the office, according to the White House.