YAF Congratulates Close Allies on Victory, Key Positions in New Administration

Young America’s Foundation congratulates its close allies in the Trump campaign on their victory over Hillary Clinton. The Foundation also extends congratulations to its allies who have been appointed as members of the president-elect’s administration.

Critical members of the campaign have long and rich histories with Young America’s Foundation, pouring efforts into our conservative youth movement for decades prior to this cycle. Key Foundation allies involved with the campaign include Kellyanne Conway, who has served as the Foundation’s pollster for many years, Steve Bannon, who has collaborated with the Foundation to create a number of powerful films, Vice President-elect Mike Pence, a frequent speaker at Foundation conferences and events, Reagan Ranch Board of Governors member Rebekah Mercer, and David Bossie, an alumnus of Foundation programs.

Young America’s Foundation thanks each of these indispensable conservative leaders, along with President-Elect Trump, for their important public service.

Young America’s Foundation also congratulates its allies among the distinguished list of appointments to the Trump administration including Senator Jeff Sessions, a YAF alumnus, Marc Short, Paul Teller,  Secretary Elaine Chao, and Congressman Tom Price on their new roles.

All are strong conservative leaders who have taken the time to address Young America’s Foundation’s audiences over the years. Most recently, General Flynn and KT McFarland spoke to hundreds of students and supporters at the Foundation’s Fall Retreat the week of the election this November. Secretary Chao has addressed the Foundation’s renown National Conservative Student Conference multiple times and Congressman Price recently spoke to the Young Americans for Freedom chapter at the University of Michigan.

Senator Sessions was a member of Young Americans for Freedom during his time at Huntington College.

We wish all of these essential conservative leaders much success.

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