Katrina Pierson, right, talks with delegates on the convention floor during the final day of the Republican National Convention. Pierson recently was spotted at Trump Tower and could be Donald Trump’s press secretary.
Katrina Pierson, right, talks with delegates on the convention floor during the final day of the Republican National Convention. Pierson recently was spotted at Trump Tower and could be Donald Trump’s press secretary. Carolyn Kaster AP
Katrina Pierson, right, talks with delegates on the convention floor during the final day of the Republican National Convention. Pierson recently was spotted at Trump Tower and could be Donald Trump’s press secretary. Carolyn Kaster AP

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