Trump Appoints Indian-American To Key Position On WH Communications Team

Remigio Civitarese
Settembre 13, 2017

Indian American Raj Shah's parents are from Gujarat. His father was an engineer by profession and lived in Mumbai. His mother was from Bhujpur in Kutch. According to the reports, Trump has also appointed his confidant Hope Hicks, who previously served as an Assistant to the President and Interim Communications Director, as his Communications Director.

US President Donald Trump on 12 September 2017 appointed Indian-American Raj Shah to a key position in his Communications team.

Shah was among the first few who were appointed to White House within a few hours after Donald Trump was sworn as the US President in January. Shah was born and raised in CT. He was also identified as one of the three West Wing Power Player in the White House along with Hope Hicks and Eli Miller in April.

Apart from Shah and Hicks, Fox News contributer and columnist with The Washington Times Mercedes Schlapp was appointed Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor for Strategic Communications and Steven Cheung was appointed as Director of Strategic Response from his previous post of Special Assistant to the President and Assistant Communications Director.

After earning his Bachelor's degree in 2006, he worked as the Director of Opposition Research in the Republican National Committee. "Each of them has been instrumental over the last several months, and in some cases years, in helping the president-elect".

Shah's had also served as a research assistant during the presidency of George W Bush. His parents who moved to the United States in the 1980s originally hail from Gujarat.

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