Former Trump head of staff Reince Priebus authoritatively goes along with US Naval force

Previous White House head of staff Reince Priebus on Monday authoritatively joined the U.S. Naval force following a charging service driven by Vice President, Mike Pence.

Priebus, 47, was charged as an ensign, the lesser position in the Navy, following a month-long application process. A few administrators went to the service and shared photographs after its decision.

“It was a respect and benefit to go to @Reince’s maritime dispatching service toward the beginning of today. Congrats and thank you for your administration Ensign Priebus!!!” Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) tweeted.

Priebus wrote in his application articulation, which was acquired by the Post, that he was moved to serve following an Oval Office meeting in which President Trump met with the spouse and offspring of a killed Navy SEAL. He recently filled in as the administrator of the Republican National Committee and was Trump’s first head of staff.

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