World America 01 Dec 2017 In a first, NRI brie ...

In a first, NRI briefs media

PTI
Published Dec 1, 2017, 2:00 am IST
Updated Dec 1, 2017, 2:00 am IST
Shah was accompanying Mr Trump as he flew to Missouri to deliver a major speech on middle-class tax relief and business tax relief.
Raj Shah
 Raj Shah

History was in making on Thursday when Raj Shah, who holds a key position in the White House, gaggled with reporters on board presidential Air Force One, becoming the first Indian-American to enjoy the privilege.

Shah, 33, did so in the capacity of Principal deputy press secretary, a position to which he was promoted by US President Donald Trump in September as he restructured his press office by making Hope Hicks Director of Communications.

 

Shah was accompanying Mr Trump as he flew to Missouri to deliver a major speech on middle-class tax relief and business tax relief. Mid-way to St Louis, Shah gaggled with the travelling press corp. Gaggle is the term used for informal briefing by the White House Press Secretary, which is on the record.     

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