|Born||1978 (age 38–39)|
|Education||Saint Louis University (BA)|
Prior to his current position, DeStefano worked for Ohio Republican Congressman John Boehner. From 2007 to 2011, he was Boehner's political director. From 2011 to 2013, when Boehner was Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, DeStefano served as Boehner's senior advisor. DeStefano also worked for the Republican National Committee building "a 2016 voter file and political database."
DeStefano grew up in Kansas City, Missouri, and attended Saint Louis University. His uncle helped him to get an internship with Oklahoma Representative J. C. Watts during his junior year. Following his graduation, he worked for the House Republican Conference as a liaison to outside conservative groups. In 2006, he ran the reelection campaign of Ohio Representative Deborah Pryce.
DeStefano's appointment as the Trump administration's Director of Presidential Personnel continues to draw criticism from some conservatives. "What? Trump appoints John DeStefano, a longtime aide to former House Speaker John Boehner, as Director of Presidential Personnel for the entire administration!" conservative radio host Mark Levin posted on January 4, 2017. Conservative political activist Richard Viguerie's organization ConservativeHQ said DeStefano's appointment was designed "to funnel Capitol Hill staffers loyal to the congressional Republican establishment into key jobs in the executive branch." The organization also pointed out that DeStefano has zero experience in human resource functions, which are at the core of his new role.
On the evening of January 30, 2017, DeStefano wrote the letter to Acting Attorney General Sally Yates informing her that "the president [had] removed [her] from the office of Deputy Attorney General of the United States." Yates' dismissal was a result of her decision to inform the United States Department of Justice that she did not see defending Trump's executive order "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States" as consistent with her responsibilities.
Since September 15, 2017, DeStefano has been acting as interim Director of the Office of Public Liaison until a successor can be named for outgoing Director George Sifakis. Politico wrote on October 15, 2017 that Sifakis had left his position as Director of the Office of Public Liaison in August 2017 after Reince Priebus announced his departure from the Trump Administration and that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly had "recently asked" DeStefano to serve as Director of Office of Public Liaison.
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