New White House chief usher moves from Trump hotel

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"I am pleased that Timothy will be joining our team", the first lady said in a statement.

Sources with knowledge of Monday's tantrum spoke to Politico about the president's fundamental misunderstanding about what a White House counsel's role is.

Major players in the drone industry including drone service provider Trumbull Unmanned, drone maker Kespry and airspace management company AirMap were among the companies in attendance at Thursday's White House meeting. Prior to that, he served in many management positions at the Mandarin Oriental in Washington, D.C. and NY, including director of rooms and director of front office operations.

Overseeing butlers, florists and maids to cooks and doormen, the chief usher essentially serves as the White House's general manager.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump held their first congressional picnic at the White House on Thursday evening.

Harleth will oversee approximately 90 staff members at the White House.

The goal of the act is to preserve records that can help explain the president's thinking and decision making.

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Trump "will learn firsthand how these important technologies are reshaping modern life and what's possible when our workers can fly over job sites, and when huge cell towers shrink to the size of pizza boxes", he said.

Harleth's insider familiarity could be a double-edged sword for the Trumps.

In the meantime, they're trying to distract the president and lift his spirits by "trotting him around the country" to rallies like this week's in Iowa, the newspaper reported, and planning some trade announcements and foreign trips next month.

It is historically uncommon, but not unprecedented, for the first lady to turn to the hospitality industry to hire a chief usher. It's Timothy Harleth, who comes to the Trump White House from the Trump International Hotel down the street. But FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said that those regulations are still being ironed out because of safety and security issues. Not just when we got there.

"This is not astrophysics", said chief strategist Steve Bannon said.

Melania Trump's parents, Amalija and Viktor Knavs, have also been frequent guests of late. The agency is also working with NASA to create the equivalent of an air-traffic system for small unmanned aircraft flying at low altitudes. In years past, first families select themes that pay homage to their home states.

But the job has its perks, too. Ike Hoover, the longest-serving chief usher, worked for five different presidential administrations from 1909 to 1933.

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