The Trump campaign added several new senior staffers Tuesday, including four former members of the administration, as President Trump’s re-election team continues to gear up for 2020.
Tim Murtaugh, who led communications at the Agriculture Department and is a veteran of the Republican National Committee, will serve as the campaign’s director of communications. He also worked for the Republican Governors Association and served as communications director for former Rep. Lou Barletta, Pennsylvania Republican.
Kayleigh McEnany will serve as national press secretary, after working as national spokesperson for the RNC.
Marc Lotter, former press secretary to Vice President Mike Pence, will serve as director of strategic communications, focusing on the campaign’s grassroots efforts and expanding its national surrogate team.
Cole Blocker is joining the campaign as director of finance. He served as deputy director of the White House Visitor’s Office, working with the first lady’s office on White House events such as the Easter Egg Roll.
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