Donald Trump Expands Delegate Team, Hires Ken McKay

: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Bridgeport on April 23, 2016 in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
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GOP frontrunner Donald Trump is expanding his delegate team, announcing a new hire on Monday.

Trump hired Ken McKay, who has experience working with the RNC, the Republican Governors Association, and with presidential candidates New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Gov. Bobby Jindal, as his senior adviser who will help with the Trump campaign’s delegate operations team.

In a press release Trump stated:

Ken has a proven track record in winning state political races. He will support our delegate operations team and bolster our ground game efforts. He brings tremendous experience to the job, and I know he is up to the task of working with my team.

McKay added, “I am very honored to have the opportunity to work with Mr. Trump and such a resilient campaign. There is no question that he is the presumptive nominee, and will unify our party to take back the White House in November.”

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