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Trump Plans to Appoint Five Individuals to US Holocaust Memorial Council

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. Photo: Phil Kalina/Flickr.

JNS.org – US President Donald Trump announced his intention on Thursday to appoint five individuals to the US Holocaust Memorial Council.

Those named to the council, which is the governing body of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC, include David Marchick, who served as the Deputy US Assistant Secretary of State in the Clinton administration; Republican strategist Jeffrey Miller, founder and CEO of Miller Strategies; US International Development Finance Corporation CEO Adam S. Boehler; Miami Beach investor Jimmy Resnick; and former US Housing and Urban Development General Deputy Assistant Secretary Daniel Resnick.

The appointments, which are made by US presidents during their terms, are slated to become official in the next few weeks.

In October, Trump appointed real estate executive Loren Flaum and South Carolina Ports Authority Chairman Bill Stern to the council as well.

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