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Former Gubernatorial Candidate Rogers on Trump Advisory Board

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NUTLEY, NJ - Former NJ Gubernatorial Candidate Steven Rogers has accepted a position on the advisory board of U.S. President Donald J. Trump. Each week the advisory board will be briefed on current issues the president is addressing and each member will be the President's voice on major national television networks and print media.

“My job is to address the president’s policies related to national security, terrorism, and law enforcement. Other advisory board members will address policies related to their fields of expertise,” said Rogers, a Nutley resident.

Rogers stated that the main stream media has too much obsession with negative stories about the White House and little or no reporting about the successes stories. He cites the president’s new apprentice program that will open up millions of jobs for Americans across the country as an example of a success not widely reported.  “We are going to deliver the success stories to the American people,” says Rogers.

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In addition to his appearances on the national television media circuit, Rogers has organized TeamTrumpNJ, a statewide organization of volunteers that will be providing citizens throughout New Jersey facts related to the president’s 'Make America Great Again' agenda via social media and touring the Garden State speaking at dozens of political, civic, and religious organizations.

“We have liaisons in every New Jersey county and continue to welcome more volunteers to help us provide factual positive information to the public regarding the president’s policies. We presently have a number of social media platforms set up as well as my twitter account that now has over 58,000 followers,” says Rogers

Citizens interested in joining this effort can contact TeamTrumpNJ via email: srogers@teamtrumpnj.com    

Rogers, who was an advisor to the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential campaign joins a number of advisory board members from throughout the United States.

 

 

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