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Former White House Chief of Staff and the longest-serving chairman of the Republican National Committee in recent history, Reince Priebus provides a comprehensive view of today’s Washington, from the Trump White House to Capitol Hill.
Reince Priebus was named White House Chief of Staff after leading the Republican Party to a historic victory in 2016. The longest-serving chairman of the Republican National Committee in modern history, Priebus oversaw a dramatic turnaround of the GOP, rescuing its finances, repairing its operations, and rebuilding a ground game that led to landslide wins. He explains not only what happened to the party in the last few elections, but previews where it’s going as the 2018 midterms approach. Priebus is uniquely positioned to provide a 360° view of the current state of affairs in Washington, offering insight into the inner workings of the Trump White House and pulling back the curtains on Capitol Hill.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus Speech at Republican National Convention
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The geopolitical landscape has shifted dramatically and so has Washington’s approach to international alliances, global trade and multinational business. Former White House Chief of Staff, Reince Priebus, shares an insider’s perspective into President Donald Trump’s worldview with unmatched personal insight and anecdotes. Priebus can focus on the issues that matter most to audiences, to include: fair foreign trade agreements, equitable involvement in NATO and the United Nations, withdrawing from Treaties such as the Paris Accord and the Iran Nuclear Accord, the importance of an open dialogue with North Korea, immigration policy, political polarization and much more.
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