Donald Trump sets up a war room – he brought in former Florida AG Pam Biondi and a Teneo director hired by Treasury spokesman to fight Democrats while the fight for accusation escalates
- The move comes after push for more firepower to fight accusation
- Hearings with democratic television programs start next week
- Trump said last month that he would consider & # 39; Pam Bondi for everything & # 39;
- Trump has donated $ 25,000 to Bondi & # 39; s & # 39; And Justice For All & # 39; PAC while Florida considered taking part in a Trump University lawsuit
- Florida did not join the multi-state suit
- Tony Sayegh, a former Treasury official during a tax cut fight, is also participating
President Donald Trump has chosen to engage two officials to coordinate the White House's communication response to the escalating investigation of allegations – including loyalist former Florida Advocate General Pam Bondi.
After a lengthy internal debate, the White House brings Bondi and former Treasury Department spokesperson Tony Sayegh, who helped fight Trump's tax cuts in 2017. He left the department to become a partner at Teneo, an established company by Bill and Hillary Clinton allies.
Bondi and Sayegh would temporarily join the White House, the Wall Street Journal reported. A senior administrative officer confirmed the information to Reuters.
Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi will join the White House to raise a communication response to charges
The news comes on a day when the House Intelligence Committee will hold its first public hearings next week – starting with former top Ukrainian official Bill Taylor, who testified that he has a & # 39; clear understanding & # 39; had.
It also follows an addendum to the testimony of the Trump-nominated ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland, with his memory & # 39; refreshed & # 39 ;, testifying about delivering a & # 39; probable & # 39; quid pro quo message. & # 39;
Amid speculation as to whether the White House is a & # 39; war room & # 39; Trump said last month that he would consider & # 39; Pam Bondi for something & # 39 ;.
Bondi can be seen in the 2016 elections, amid control over Trump University.
March 20, 2016: Donald Trump, Pam Bondi. Keynote speaker Donald Trump with guest Dr. Ben Carson attends the Palm Beach Lincoln Day Dinner in Mar-a-Lago, Palm Beach, Florida
President Donald Trump (L) watches as Florida attorney general Pam Bondi speaks to state and local officials about school safety in the White House Roosevelt room on February 22, 2018 in Washington, DC
Former Treasury spokesperson Tony Sayegh will also participate
Donald Trump and then-Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi will visit supporters who organize voter registration and Trump support outside a meeting at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, Florida on Wednesday 24 August 2016
Trump donated $ 25,000 to the pro-Bondi & Justice For All & # 39; -AC to support her re-election as a state AG in 2013, while Florida was considering participating in a multi-state court case with the Trump U, who gave lessons about real estate investment. The Trump organization eventually settled for $ 25 million with students in a New York-based class-action process that claimed they were scammed by the now closed school.
After leaving his office, Bondi worked for lobby and PR company Ballard Partners in Washington, DC, disclosing foreign agents to shape, she registered as an agent she was registered as an agent of the embassy of Qatar on a contract of 115,000 a month in July 2019 to combat human trafficking.
Sayegh, after leaving the government, joined Teneo partners, the company founded by Clinton employee Declan Kelly and former Bill Clinton, long-time assistant Doug Band.
The move comes after Trump allies have repeatedly modified their arguments –
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