Pence Makes Major Changes in Staff, He JUST Replaced The Chief Of Staff

There were many rumors in the White House that have been going around for a while about the possibility for some replacements.

 

Our VP Mike Pence just announced that there is a new change for the chief of staff role.

Mike Pence is officially replacing Josh Pitcock. Pitcock’s role as a chief of staff only lasted for a couple months before being replaced. He served together with Nick Ayers for Trump’s administration. These changes were first reported at the end of June, according to Western Journalism.

Nick Ayers was a big help to Mike Pence in his last campaign when he was trying to win the election for for being the governor of Indiana. He also worked with President Trump.

Mike Pence had some amazing words to say for Ayers. He said he really appreciated Ayer’s friendship, his support, and that he was always by his side and believed in him.

Western Journalism reported:

“I couldn’t be more excited to have him come to the White House,” Pence said in a statement.

“I have such deep respect and admiration for the Pences and believe so deeply in the policies the vice president and the president are fighting for. Leaving Georgia – albeit temporarily – was only possible because of how important my wife and I believe this mission is. I am honored with the trust the vice president has in me and excited to serve in this capacity,” said Ayers.

Pitcock was the chief of staff for Mike Pence when Pence served in Congress. He said that Pitcock will be moving to the private sector.

Our source reported:

“Deciding to leave was not easy, but I believe the time is right for me to transition to the private sector,” Pitcock said in a statement. “Nick and I have worked seamlessly together for years and will continue to do so through the transition and thereafter.”

New York Times said that Pitcock was only expected to serve as Pence’s chief of staff for only a couple of months. Pitcock was expected to step down from his role in August.

The executive director of RGA also had some nice words to say about Ayers. Ayers will be a great help for the administration, he said. Nick Ayers also served as executive director of the RGA back in 2007 and until 2011.

According to Western Journalism, he said:

“I think it’s a great asset to the president and the vice president to have someone who can figure out what the big objectives are, but more importantly, figure out what they can control and achieve, so that those objectives become reality,”

“In Nick, Mike Pence will get a very savvy and aggressive political mind,” said Nathan Daschle, a lobbyist who was the executive director of the Democratic Governors Association when Ayers led the RGA. “He’ll also get intense loyalty.  He won’t have to worry about Nick and that he’s got 100 percent loyalty out of his top person.”

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Pence Makes Major Changes in Staff, He JUST Replaced The Chief Of Staff There were many rumors in the White House that have been going around for a while about the possibility for some replacements.   Our VP Mike Pence just announced that there is a new change for the chief of...