Outgoing Trump nominates aides to public institutions

Washington (AFP) – While publicly denying he lost the election, outgoing President Donald Trump on Tuesday appointed several key aides to the boards of public institutions, a sign he is planning for his departure from the White House despite his refusal to concede. Trump, who is due to hand over to Democratic President-elect Joe Biden on January 20, appointed Richard Grenell, a former ambassador to Germany and one of his staunchest defenders, to the Board of Trustees of the Holocaust Memorial in Washington DC. His close advisor Hope Hicks, who had worked for the Trump Organization before joini…

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