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Report: Chris Liddell Appointed White House Deputy Chief of Staff

Chris Liddell

Chris Liddell, a member of the White House Office of American Innovation, will serve as deputy to John Kelly, the administration’s chief of staff, and oversee policy coordination efforts, CNBC reported Monday.

“Chris is widely respected across the administration and is highly qualified to oversee and coordinate our policy process,” Kelly said in a statement.

Liddell, who also serves as director of strategic initiatives at the White House, will continue to serve as part of the innovation office and help manage the policy process as the organization works to advance government information technology modernization efforts and promote apprenticeships.

He served as chief financial officer at General Motors, Microsoft and International Paper before he joined the Trump administration and previously considered for the National Economic Council director post, the report added.

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