Former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus is the newest ensign of the navy!
- Vice-president Mike Pence cursed in Priebus in his new role as a reservist
- Priebus, 47, tried to become a naval officer while he was Trump's best assistant
- Approval by the Minister of Defense was required
- He was commissioned as an officer of the lowest rank and is kept up to work in human resources
- He will attend an official training school for a short period and serve in the Navy Reserve
- The former White House secretary Sean Spicer congratulated him
- Priebus can be seen in the Mueller report that does not comply with the Trump directive to persuade Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign
Former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus was commissioned as an officer on Navy Monday – the 47-year-old who helped manage the tumultuous start of the Trump term starting a career in the reserves.
Vice-president Mike Pence has sworn in Priebus as a ensign, the lowest officer figure. He will attend development training for officers in Newport, Rhode Island, and is then expected to serve in human resources in Washington, D.C.
Priebus was sworn into the navy under a special program that allows candidates for certain skilled jobs to ignore the normal officer training regime.
Former Chief of Staff of the White House, Reince Priebus, was sworn in by the navy on Monday
He left his position as Trump's top adviser in July 2017, although the president also called on a handful of other assistants during his tenure, including Steve Bannon and son-in-law Jared Kushner for advice.
The event was listed on the Pence public agenda but was closed to the press.
As a reserve officer, Priebus is expected to both give orders and follow up. Priebus is included in the Mueller report, where he is one of the assistants who have revealed that they have not carried out instructions that may have put the president in a deeper legal problem. He did not implement Trump & # 39; s directive to force Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign – an incident that the president cited as a potential barrier to committing justice.
Former defense minister Jim Mattis recommended Priebus for the special group of officers, the Washington Post reported last year.
Other politically bound officials who use the program are former White House secretary Sean Spicer and former Hillary Clinton campaign chair Robby Mook.
Vice President Mike Pence led the ceremony
Priebus tweeted photos of the event
Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin attended the ceremony for the Wisconsin resident
Some Twitter users made recordings at Priebus and Trump
Priebus, 47, was able to participate through a special group and won approval through former Secretary of Defense James Mattis
Spicer, who sometimes had to say goodbye to his job at the White House to perform duties at sea, tweeted the images of Priebus swearing the Navy.
& # 39;Congratulations on the latest Ensign @reince from @ Navy. Great to join @VP @RonJohnsonWI and others when he was sworn. & # 39; Priebus is from Wisconsin, just like Sen Johnson.
Spicer, also a reserve officer, reported to him when he headed the Republican National Committee and into the White House.
Priebus wrote to the Navy that he was inspired to participate after an Oval Office meeting between Trump and the wife and family of the fallen Navy SEAL Chief Petty Officer William & # 39; Ryan & # 39; Owens.
& # 39; Wonderful day – honored to serve! & # 39; wrote Priebus.
On his Twitter page, he is listed as a member of the Washington Speakers Bureau. He is also president of the Michael Best & Friedrich LLP law firm.
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