Former Trump campaign chairman Steve Bannon and former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon will serve as senior adviser to President Donald Trump and will continue to advise the administration on foreign policy and national security, the administration announced Tuesday.
Bannon, who was in charge of the Trump campaign from June 2016 until August, will lead the National Security Council.
He will oversee national security policy, a broad-based group that includes foreign policy, domestic and foreign policy.
Buchanan, who ran the National Economic Council for President Barack Obama, will also serve as deputy national security adviser for the administration.
He is a veteran of the George W. Bush White House and served as the chief executive of the private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management.
Bryant, who headed Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016, will serve in the director of strategic communications role.
He was the deputy national economic council during the George H.W. Bush administration.
Bryan, who served as Trump’s senior adviser and chief strategist during the campaign, will continue his role as an adviser to the president on strategic planning and issues of national security.
The transition team said that the roles will be filled by someone with experience in foreign policy or national security matters, which would include the work of former Bush administration officials.
Brazile, who serves as a counselor to the former president, will become deputy national policy adviser.
He served as an economic adviser to George W, Bush and Obama.
Beth Myers, who has been in the national security department under Bush, is also joining the transition team.
She was Bush’s deputy national intelligence director from 2005 to 2008.
She has been a top adviser to Trump’s transition team since August.
Betsy DeVos, who leads the Trump transition team, will remain in the White House as an education secretary.
She is a former Michigan secretary of education.
She served in the Bush administration as assistant secretary of human services, serving as the highest-ranking education official to the Bush Whitehouse.
Bobby Jindal, who led the presidential campaign, is taking on the role of economic adviser.
She previously served as vice president of the Jindal Foundation, a charity focused on education.
Her office has been an economic development agency for the Jindal administration, according to a statement from the Jindal foundation.
Ivanka Trump, who is expected to serve as first lady, is a senior adviser.