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Ex-Trump Aide Boehler Launches Health-Care Investment Firm

  • Boehler was involed in early pandemic response under Trump
  • Rubicon Founders to help fund purchases of existing companies
Adam Boehler speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House in 2020.
Adam Boehler speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House in 2020.Photographer: Stefani Reynolds/CNP/Bloomberg
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Adam Boehler, a former Trump administration official involved in the early pandemic response and the White House’s push for peace in the Middle East, has started a health-care investment firm with two private equity partners.

His Nashville, Tennessee-based firm, Rubicon Founders, will create companies and help fund purchases of existing firms, said Boehler, the former chief executive officer of the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation, a government agency that invests overseas.