Ivanka Trump hires chief of staff for White House role

Ivanka Trump hires chief of staff for White House role
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Julie Radford, who served under former Education Secretary Margaret Spellings during the George W. Bush administration, was appointed to work with President Trump's eldest daughter, Politico reported Friday.

Radford, a former consultant to Goldman Sachs who also worked as chief in the personnel office of the Bush White House, was recruited by Trump’s deputy national security adviser Dina Powell, according to the report.

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Powell first met Radford through Goldman Sachs' 10,000 Small Businesses initiative, according to Politico. 

Radford is part of the expanding team that will work with the first daughter in her role as an unpaid senior adviser to Trump.

According to the report, Ivanka Trump continues to work with Hope Hicks, who served as a press secretary during Trump’s campaign and now serves as his director of strategic communications. Trump also maintains a spokesperson separate from her White House staff.