Republican party communications chief Sean Spicer is the voice of the trumpet management.
President-elect Donald Trump announced on Thursday, Spicer, received the coveted job of White House press secretary, as he announced the senior members of his communications team.
This also includes: hope Hicks, director of strategic communications; Jason Miller, director of communications; and Dan Scavino as the director of social media.
“Sean, Hope, Jason and Dan were important members of my team during the campaign and transition I’m excited, you will lead the team, to communicate, to Make my agenda, that America Great Again,” Trump said in a statement.
Spicer was thought to have the inside track for the job, in part, because of its binding to the incoming White house chief of staff Reince Priebus, who currently runs the Republican National Committee.
Spicer, together with Priebus during the 2016 campaign as a chief strategist and communications director at the RNC.
After the news was announced, Spicer, the President-designate for the “great honor thanked.”
Thank you @realDonaldTrump for this incredible honor. Excited Hicks @DanScavino @JasonMillerinDC https://t.co/amZth0zD4j #MAGA Hope to join
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) December 22, 2016
Spicer was a regular presence in the media during the hooligan presidential primary campaign and a General election.
An officer in the Navy Reserves, Spicer served previously as an Assistant United States Trade Representative (USTR) for media and Public Affairs under the George W. Bush administration, and worked for the house Republican conference.