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2 Indian-Americans nominated by Trump for key positions

2 Indian-Americans nominated by Trump for key positions
United States President Donald Trump has nominated two Indian-Americans for key administrative posts to coordinate US law-enforcement strategy around copyright, patents and trademarks and oversee his plan to eliminate 75 per cent of federal regulations. Prominent Indian-Americans Vishal Amin and Neomi Rao will be Trump's new IP and regulatory czars respectively as he nominated them on Friday while making many administrative appointments. Amin has been nominated to be the Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator while Rao will be the Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA). If confirmed by the US Senate, Amin, who is currently a Senior Counsel on House Judiciary Committee, would succeed Daniel Marti. He also served in the administration of former President George W Bush at the White House, as Associate Director for Domestic Policy, and at the United States Department of Commerce, as Special Assistant and Associate Director for Policy in the Office of the Secretary, a statement said. Agencies

If confirmed by the US Senate, Amin, who is currently a Senior Counsel on House Judiciary Committee, would succeed Daniel Marti. He also served in the administration of former President George W Bush at the White House, as Associate Director for Domestic Policy, and at the United States Department of Commerce, as Special Assistant and Associate Director for Policy in the Office of the Secretary, a statement said. Agencies
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