Kristan King Nevins Promoted To White House Cabinet Secretary

Kristan King Nevins was appointed to Trump's cabinet secretary in September as reported by Politico.

Kristan King Nevins was appointed to the White House Cabinet Secretary in September but she has an interesting past.

On Wednesday, President Trump finally called out the corrupt officials in his administration who have continued to bring in Never-Trumpers “who are worse than the Do Nothing Democrats.”

Trump’s tweet came at a appropriate time considering recent developments.

In September, Kristan King Nevins was appointed to the White House Cabinet Secretary. This position allows her to see everything going on within the Trump administration.

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Nevins also worked for Second Lady Karen Pence.

Kristan King Nevins worked for Rep. Will Hurd’s as his Chief of Staff. Hurd was formerly in the CIA and has distanced himself from Trump.

After Trump’s tweet about Ilhan Omar and the squad going back to where they came from, Will Hurd told CNN, “Those tweets are racist and xenophobic.”

Despite openly criticizing the President, Hurd votes down party lines 95% of the time and has confirmed that he will most likely vote for President Trump in the 2020.

It will be interesting to see what happens with Nevins on as Trump’s Chief of Staff.

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Nevins worked for Sally Donnelly Advisors and lobbied for Amazon Web Services. Her listed former compensation sources were C5 Capital as General Advising on National Security Topics, Doctors Without Borders, GM, KnuEdge, Palantir, SBD Advisors, and Uber.

She was listed as General Advising on National Security topics for most of her lobbying career.

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