Born on March 18, 1972, Reinhold Richard Priebus is the current RNC (Republican National Committee) chairman. He is currently 44 years old and currently selected as Chief of Staff for the White House. He is a well known politician in the United States. Recently, he has been nominated as the Chief of Staff by Donald Trump. When Donald Trump assumes office, Priebus will be the Chief of Staff.
Before Fame: Priebus served as committee clerk for the Wisconsin State Assembly Education Committee.
Career / Awards: He was the chairman of Republican National Committee. He is currently selected as White House Chief of Staff by president Donald Trump on 13 November, 2016.
Reince Preibus Family
He is the son of Richard Priebus and Dimitra Priebus. It has been said that his father is of German descent while his mother is of Greek descent.
Reince Preibus wife? Any Affairs?
Reince married Sally Priebus in 1999. He is currently selected for the White House Chief of Staff by the president Donald Trump on 13 November, 2016. He also served as the chairman of RNC.
Reince Priebus Bio /Personal Information
Full Name: Reinhold Richard Priebus
Nicknames: Reince Priebus
Birthday: March 18, 1972
Birthplace: New Jersey, United States
Current Residence: United States
Education: University of Wisconsin
Political Party: Republican
Spouse/Wife: Sally Priebus
Children: Jack Priebus, Grace Priebus
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Reince Preibus Body Measurements
Height: 5 ft 9 in
Weight: 165 lbs
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Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
5 Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- Reince was born on March 18, 1972.
- Reince graduated in 1994 with a political science from University of Wisonsin.
- In 1998, he graduated from University of Miami.
- He is married to Sally, and has two children.
- In 2007, he was selected chairman of the Wisconsin Republican party.
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