Senior advisers to President Donald Trump are preparing to launch a nonprofit group to promote the president’s policies once he leaves office, creating a landing spot for former Trump officials after the White House changes hands.
White House domestic policy adviser Brooke Rollins and National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow have been putting the organization together and are expected to be heavily involved once it gets off the ground. National Security adviser Robert O’Brien and former Energy Secretary Rick Perry are also among those likely to play roles…
“The president is very enthusiastic about this,” Kudlow said in a Tuesday interview.
The group, Rollins said, would promote the “legacy and consequences of this president” and ensure “those ideas continue and are defended whether in one month or in four years from now.”