Reince Priebus, John Podesta, George Papadopoulos, George Gigicos, House of Representatives

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Reince Priebus:

  • D. Cum Laude degree from University of Miami
  • Former Chairman of the Wisconsin Republican Party
  • General Counsel for the Republican National Committee (RNC)
  • RNC Chairman
  • Selected by President-elect Donald Trump as White House Chief of Staff

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John Podesta:

  • D. degree from Georgetown University
  • Co-Founder of the Podesta Group
  • Chief of Staff to President Bill Clinton
  • Counselor to President Barack Obama
  • Former Chairman of the 2016 Hilary Clinton Presidential Campaign

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George Papadopoulos:

  • MSc degree with Upper-Second Class Honors from University College of London
  • Key Note speaker at multiple notable events (including, but not limited to: American Hellenic Institute’s Foundation Conference in 2008)
  • Advisor for Presidential Candidate Ben Carson
  • Speaker at the 2016 RNC Convention
  • Advisor to President Elect Donald Trump on Foreign Affairs

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George Gigicos:

  • Founder & President of Telion Corps: communications firm
  • Senior Presidential Advice Representative Bush/Cheney
  • Lead Advance Representative Consultant McCain/Palin
  • Lead Advance Representative/Event Consultant Romney/Ryan
  • Director of Advance Team for President Elect Donald Trump

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  1. House of Representatives:
  • Congressman Gus Bilirakis [R], Florida’s 12th congressional district.
  • Congressman Charlie Crist [D], Florida’s 13th congressional district.
  • Congressman John Sarbanes [D], Maryland’s 3rd congressional district.
  • Congresswoman Dina Titus [D], Nevada’s 1st congressional district.
  • Congresswoman Niki Tsongas [D], Massachusetts’s 3rd congressional district.


EDITOR’S NOTE: Congresswoman Niki Tsongas is a notable Philhellene and wife of the late Paul Tsongas.


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