|Personal Aide to the President|
January 20, 2017
|Preceded by||Marvin D. Nicholson|
|Born||May 9, 1990|
|Education||University of Connecticut|
After being redshirted his first year at the University of Connecticut, McEntee saw limited playing time in his first two full seasons of play. In 2011, he walked on and won the team's starting job and played all 12 games in 2011. As the team's quarterback, McEntee passed for over 150 yards in seven games, passed for over 200 in four games, and reached a season and career-high of 300 yards vs. Western Michigan, where he also had a career high of four touchdown passes and 22 completions vs. WMU. His 335 pass attempts was eighth in school single-season history and his 172 completions was tenth. In 2011, he received the team's Joseph M. Giannelli Unsung Hero Award.
In 2011, McEntee starred in a viral YouTube video where he threw increasingly challenging trick shots with his football. This video was later featured on CNN. As of 2018, this video has over 7 million views.
By 2015, McEntee had taken on a role as a production assistant for Fox News, focusing on the channel's social media accounts. He was inspired by then-candidate Trump's campaign announcement and successfully lobbied for a job on the campaign, joining as a volunteer in August of that year, later being promoted to a full-time position as trip director. After Mr. Trump won the election, McEntee was asked to join his staff as an aide, serving as his body man.
His father is John D. McEntee, a producer and agent who books celebrities for private and corporate functions, as well as for resorts including the Bellagio and Caesars Palace. He has described their family as Republicans.
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