The other DNC chair
With the help of Allie Bice
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When JOE BIDEN nominated JAIME HARRISON To head the National Democratic Committee, President Harrison’s team said they had already hired his best staff, according to a Democratic official familiar with the talks.
The CEO of DNC, MARY BETH CAHILLwould become a senior advisor and her deputy, SAM CORNALEwould be the managing director of DNC, they said
Some former DNC officials expressed surprise at Harrison being supported by House Majority Whip JIM CLYBURNwouldn’t be able to bring in more of his own people.
The moves speak for the powerful role of the White House Deputy Chief of Staff JEN O’MALLEY DILLON —…