A Giuliani Officially Joins Trump Administration - Former NYC Mayor's Son, Andrew

The former pro golfer is organizing events inside America's most famous address.

Andrew Giuliani, the son of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, has joined the Trump administration.

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Andrew, 31, is a former pro golfer who is said to be working in the Office of Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs in the White House, according to reports.

His first assignment is organizing the New England Patriots' visit after their stunning Super Bowl victory last month. It has also been reported that he helped the first lady’s staff ahead of last week’s joint session of Congress when the president addressed the chamber for the first time.

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Andrew’s father was one of Trump’s earliest supporters ahead of his nomination for president and spoke at the Republican National Convention in July.

Rudy Giuliani was also in consideration for secretary of state, a job that was eventually given to Exxon-Mobile CEO Rex Tillerson.

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