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The White House has reportedly hired Nicole Frazier as its new director of African-American outreach after a months-long vacancy.
Frazier, Sen. Cory GardnerCory Scott GardnerThe Hill's Morning Report - Democrats wonder: Can Nadler handle the Trump probe? The Hill's Morning Report - Democrats wonder: Can Nadler handle the Trump probe? Democrats hope some presidential candidates drop out — and run for Senate MORE’s (R-Colo.) regional director, has been hired by the White House Office of Public Liaison (OPL), which had made the position a priority, according to Axios.
She will succeed Henry Childs II, who himself replaced Omarosa Manigault NewmanOmarosa Onee Manigault NewmanTrump's nastiest break-ups: A look at the president's most fiery feuds Donald Trump Jr. inks book deal Lawsuit alleges Trump campaign paid women less than men MORE after she was fired in 2017, Axios reported, citing three sources familiar with the hire.
Childs himself was hired by the Commerce Department in September and handled the responsibilities of both positions until March, when the White House began looking for a replacement.
“I’m glad President TrumpDonald John TrumpTop Armed Services Republican plots push for 0B defense budget Amash exits House Freedom Caucus in wake of Trump impeachment stance Amash exits House Freedom Caucus in wake of Trump impeachment stance MORE was able to identify such a capable person in Nicole, to serve in OPL for this incredibly important position,” Paris Dennard, who served as White House director of black outreach under George W. Bush, told the website.
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