President Trump Announces Presidential Delegation to Bahrain to Attend the Peace to Prosperity Workshop | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    Today, President Donald J. Trump announced the designation of a Presidential Delegation to attend the Peace to Prosperity Workshop in Manama, Bahrain, from June 25 to June 26, 2019.

    The Honorable Steven T. Mnuchin, Secretary of the Treasury, will lead the delegation.

    Members of the Presidential Delegation:

    The Honorable Jared Kushner, Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor to the President

    The Honorable Jason Greenblatt, Assistant to the President and Special Representative for International Negotiations

    The Honorable Kevin Hassett, Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers

    The Honorable Brian Hook, Special Representative for Iran and Senior Policy Advisor to the Secretary of State

    The Honorable Brent J. McIntosh, General Counsel for the Department of the Treasury

    Mr. Geoffrey Okamoto, Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Finance, the Department of the Treasury

    Ms. Monica E. Crowley, Senior Advisor for Public Affairs, the Department of the Treasury

    The Honorable Avi Berkowitz, Deputy Assistant to the President and Advisor to the Senior Advisor

    The Honorable John Rader, Deputy Assistant to the President and Advisor for Policy and Strategy

    Ms. Jennifer Nordquist, Chief of Staff, Council of Economic Advisers

    Mr. Thomas Storch, Senior Director for Global Economics, Finance, and Development, National Security Council

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