New Trump’s Chief Of Staff Is A Bitcoin Supporter

Dawid Paluch
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Mick Mulvaney will be the new White House Chief of Staff (CoF) in Trump administration. He will replace General John Kelly at the position. Mulvaney is known for his support towards Bitcoin and cryptocurrency industry.

A few days ago, we reported that Warren Davidson, an Ohio congressman, wants to build the border wall using new cryptocurrency. Perhaps, Trump read our story and chose like his new CoF Bitcoin enthusiast.

Trump makes nomination

The President of the United States can be the most polarizing man in the world. Sometimes, he makes a decision that really doesn’t make sense. However, his new nomination can be a bullseye.

Mick Mulvaney is a cryptocurrency fan and supporter. The South Carolina Republican was one of the few people working on the creation of Blockchain Caucus during his tenure at the House of Representatives. He is also eager to write and create new laws concerning the blockchain technology.

Mulvaney has already helped to draft two legislative acts that support the growth of the blockchain industry. When he was helping to create the Blockchain Caucus, he said:

“Blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionize the financial services industry, the U.S. economy and the delivery of government services, and I am proud to be involved with this initiative.”

On Twitter, Mulvaney said that he is honored to be nominated by the President and he can not wait to work with the POTUS.

Nevertheless, after the appointment, ABC News published a video of Mulvaney describing Trump as a “terrible human being”.

Though he said it before the presidential election, Trump is very sensitive about people’s opinion of him and may change his decision. At the moment of writing this article, Trump hasn’t commented on the video.

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