Rand Paul aide joins Trump campaign, RNC fundraising group

Rand Paul aide joins Trump campaign, RNC fundraising group

Sergio Gor, a longtime communications aide and deputy chief of staff to Sen. Rand PaulRandal (Rand) Howard PaulRand Paul's exchange with Fauci was exactly what America needed GOP Arizona lawmaker says Fauci and Birx 'undermine' Trump's coronavirus response Fauci: 'We are not going in the right direction' MORE (R-Ky.), is joining a finance arm for President TrumpDonald John Trump Trump responds to calls to tear down monuments with creation of 'National Garden' of statues Trump: Children are taught in school to 'hate their own country' Trump accuses those tearing down statues of wanting to 'overthrow the American Revolution' MORE's reelection campaign and the national Republican Party.

Gor, who has worked for Paul since 2013, will serve as chief of staff for the Trump Victory Finance Committee, a joint fundraising committee for Trump's campaign and the Republican National Committee.

The GOP aide announced the move on Twitter:


“After almost 8 years on my staff, Sergio has joined President Trump’s campaign. I wish him all the best and look forward to working with him to re-elect President Trump and in the future,” Paul said in a statement to The Hill.

The new hire comes as Republicans seek to scale up their efforts heading into the final five months of campaigning before the November election.

Former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenCan Republicans handle the aftermath of Donald Trump? Biden seeks to supplant Trump in Georgia Trump's Mount Rushmore stunt will backfire MORE recently clinched the Democratic nomination, formally kicking off a general election race with Trump as major polls show Biden leading the president in several battleground states.


On Wednesday, the Trump campaign sent a cease-and-desist letter to CNN president Jeff Zucker demanding that the network retract its recent poll showing Trump trailing Biden by 14 points. The network rejected the demand.

The Trump campaign has amassed a massive bank account that surpasses Biden’s. As of the filing period ending in late April, the Trump campaign had raised $262.5 million overall compared with Biden's $178 million.

Updated: 5:59 p.m.