CUA Law alumnus, Andrew Bremberg '06, has been nominated by President-Elect Donald J. Trump to serve as the Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council. The White House Domestic Policy Council will oversee issue areas including judiciary, budget, public safety, education and immigration policy. CUA Law alumnus John Zadrozny '03 will also serve as Director of Justice and Homeland Security Policy.
Below are excerpts from the Trump-Pence Presidential Transition Team's press release:
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President-Elect Donald J. Trump Transition Builds Out White House Policy Team
New York, NY – The Trump-Pence Presidential Transition Team today announced the build out of the White House policy team.
The Domestic Policy Director and Council will report to the Senior Advisor to the President for Policy, Stephen Miller. All members of the policy team will be required to accept a five-year ban on lobbying after the conclusion of their service as well as a lifetime ban on becoming registered lobbyists for a foreign government.
“These knowledgeable, skilled and talented experts will make enormous contributions to the President-Elect’s America First agenda,” said incoming White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.
The White House Domestic Policy Council will oversee issue areas including judiciary, budget, public safety, education and immigration policy, and will focus its efforts around the goal of increasing economic prosperity and protecting and defending the American worker and wage earner, particularly those who have been underserved.
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Bremberg previously worked at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services from 2001 to 2009, including serving as the Chief of Staff for the Office of Public Health and Science. He later served as Policy Advisor and Counsel on Nominations for Senator Mitch McConnell. He worked as the Policy Director for the 2016 Republican Party Platform. He now works in a lead policy and administrative role on the Presidential Transition Team.
Zadrozny has worked for the past six years on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, and the Senate Committee on the Judiciary for Senator Ted Cruz. Prior to working on Capitol Hill, he served in the Office of National Drug Control Policy and the Department of State.
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