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Gigicos Returning to the Road to Help Trump, as Planned

NEW YORK – George Gigicos, who recently stepped down as President Trump’s Director of Advance, told The National Herald that his transition from that role back to the campaign – i.e., the president’s ongoing rallies – was planned in advance, and was in no way connected to any other personnel or substantive issues concerning the Trump Administration. “Simply, my departure was planned over a month ago so that I could get back on the road and do rallies, which is what I love doing,” he told TNH.

He has organized Trump’s events for the past two years. As CNN reported, “Gigicos said he will remain in Washington and return to his consulting business, where he will do work for the Trump 2020 campaign. Gigicos’ transition back to the campaign side will allow him to spend more time with his family while still working on all of the political events, he said. He will continue to assist the president as needed with official events from the outside.”

Gigicos told TNH that his relationship with the president remains strong, that he believes in Trump’s agenda, and believes the president will accomplish his goals.

 

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