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USA’s President appoints Indian-American to key White House position

USA’s President appoints  Indian-American to key White House position : US President, Donald Trump has elected an Indian-American for a key position in the White House. The 33-year-old, Raj Shah has been appointed as the Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Communication Director and Research Director.The announcement was made on Thursday, and it is believed that Raj Shah has been appointed as he was instrumental in Republican party’s anti-Clinton campaign during polls. Shah is currently head of Opposition Research in the Republican National Committee, but after his appointment, he will be on in charge of the prominent position.

Meanwhile, Shah originally hails from the Gujrat in India as his parents were born in Gujrat, but later moved to Mumbai. Then, his father reached the US for studies in the 1970s, and after completing his studies, his parent returns to India.

However, after getting married, Shah’s parent went back to the US and continued living there. They lived in Chicago and then moved to Connecticut, where he was born and raised.

Meanwhile, it looks like another Trump Card by Donald Trump to win the heart of American Indian.