White House Set To Name Lance Leggitt Domestic Policy Council Deputy Director

Paul Winfree’s exit marked one of the first of what is expected to be a number of senior staff departures in the new year. | Getty

December 23, 2017
OAN Newsroom

As many people are preparing to wind down before the holidays, the White House is pushing forward with their agenda.

According to a report Friday, Lance Leggitt is expected to be named the next Deputy Director of the Domestic Policy Council.

Lleggitt was the Chief of Staff for former Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, and will now replace Paul Winfree as the deputy director of the council.

Winfree is the latest in a series of expected departures at the end of the year, joining national security adviser Dina Powell and Communications Director Omarosa Manigualt Newman.

While Leggitt has not been officially announced, White House insiders say he is the front runner.

  • aldoro

    Why do we need a domestic policy counsel?????? I thought we were going to REDUCE the size of government.

  • Andrew Moore8

    God it is nice to see the White House lit up normally instead of like a cheap gay bath house rainbow.

    • chatty cathy

      Yes it is

  • Sons of Liberty

    Would busting out the UN be considered domestic or foreign policy?
    HA!

  • nfcapitalist

    Who dug this pearl out of the mud… does OAN have investigative reporters… can we learn who these people are who finance leftists – who is George Soros and how is he connected to ANTIFA?

    • Sons of Liberty

      And why is he not in custody?