Well-known FATCA opponent Mark Meadows is Trump’s new chief of staff
Congratulations to Congressman Mark Meadows who is named as President Trump’s new Chief of Staff. 9 million overseas Americans now have a friend in the White House who not only sponsored a House #FATCA repeal bill but also held a House FATCA hearing for them.
Mark Meadows, a Republican Party stalwart who introduced a bill aimed at repealing key elements of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) in September, 2016, has been named to replace Mick Mulvaney as chief of staff in President Trump’s administration.
The news was immediately greeted by Republican expatriates as a sign that their voices might be heard more clearly by Republican policy-makers in the lead-up to this November’s presidential election.
Meadows, who represented North Carolina in the House of Representatives, had announced that he would not run for re-election to his seat. He will become Trump’s fourth chief of staff in 38 months, the most that any U.S. president has had in such a short time, according to U.S. press reports.
Read the full article at The American Expat Financial Journal.