Trump daughter-in-law joins Trump campaign digital vendor: report

Trump daughter-in-law joins Trump campaign digital vendor: report
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The digital vendor behind President TrumpDonald John TrumpMichelle Obama says not always easy to live up to "we go high" Georgia certifies elections results in bitterly fought governor's race Trump defends border deployment amid fresh scrutiny MORE's 2016 campaign has now hired Trump's daughter-in-law, according to a new report.

Lara Trump, the wife of Eric TrumpEric Frederick TrumpTrump Jr.'s India trip cost taxpayers nearly 0K: report Robert De Niro says goodbye to ‘Jeff Sessions’ on ‘Saturday Night Live’ Eric Trump: Obama has 'personal problem' with my father MORE, will serve as a senior political consultant for San Antonio-based company Giles-Parscale, The Associated Press said Thursday.

Brad Parscale, the organization’s president, told the AP that Lara Trump is “an incredibly talented person with the right experience for us.”


Lara Trump, a New Yorker, will work out of Trump Tower in Manhattan.

Parscale added Lara Trump has a background in marketing and experience with President Trump’s 2016 campaign that fits her new role.

Giles-Parscale also serves as the data and digital provider for America First Policies, a nonprofit launched in January that acts an outside political arm for Trump’s White House.

America First Policies includes such prominent Trump campaign veterans as Parscale, former spokeswoman Katrina Pierson and former deputy campaign manager David Bossie.

Eric and Lara Trump announced last week they are expecting their first child. They married in 2014.

Eric Trump said Tuesday that President Trump excitedly revealed that his future child is a boy before him and his wife were ready to publicly announce the baby’s gender.