Mulvaney is the keynote speaker at the Rockland GOP dinner


PEARL RIVER, NY – As the January 6 congressional committee unravels the convoluted story of what happened after the 2021 national election, a key player from the White House era will address Republicans in the Rockland County.

The County Republican Committee will hold its annual Lincoln Day Dinner at the Pearl River Hilton on Thursday. Former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney will be the keynote speaker.

Mulvaney, who led the Office of Management and Budget in the Trump administration before becoming acting White House chief of staff, served as the US special envoy for Northern Ireland from March 2020 until his resignation on January 7, 2021. He is now an on-air contributor for CBS.

Attendees and speakers will also include Republican New York gubernatorial candidates Harry Wilson, Rob Astorino and Andrew Giuliani. They and U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin face off in the Republican primary to see who gets the vote in the November general election. SEE: June 2022 primary: Early voting begins Saturday in Rockland County

County Executive Ed Day, Assemblyman and congressional candidate Mike Lawler and many other elected Republicans are also expected.

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