PENN TWP — The Butler County Republican Committee’s annual dinner on Thursday included a video conference with a former Trump administration official.
KT McFarland, who served as a deputy national security adviser under President Donald Trump, joined the Butler County Republican Committee Thursday evening via Zoom.
McFarland spoke to the people in attendance about her time in the White House, and saying her time advising Trump resembled that of her first presidential boss, Ronald Reagan, because the two had similar ideas about policy.
“When President Trump came in, a lot of what he was saying was really the same things Ronald Reagan had as policies,” she said. “He was really talking about the same things — only in the Donald Trump way.”
The Butler County Republican Committee had its annual fall dinner at the Butler Country Club, which allowed people to network with one another, and also meet local and state candidates running for office prior to the statewide elections on Nov. 2.
Read the full story in Friday's Butler Eagle.