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Senior White House Adviser Departs for Business Lobby Group

  • Marcus Peacock now second in command at Business Roundtable
  • CEO group is ramping up to capitalize on Trump initiatives
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Trump Budget Adviser Joins Dimon's Business Roundtable

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Senior White House budget adviser Marcus Peacock is leaving President Donald Trump’s administration to become the second in command at a high-profile business lobby group in Washington that’s looking to increase its influence.

Peacock, a top policy expert in the Office of Management and Budget, joined the Business Roundtable Wednesday and will lead policy work on the group’s key issues related to Trump’s agenda, including tax legislation, infrastructure spending and regulatory reform, the roundtable said.