Sunshine is something of a Young Republican stalwart, with a White House spokesperson bragging to CNN that she's interned for Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), as well as for the College Republican National Committee and the California Republican Party.
Pittsburgh hiring Duke associate head coach Jeff Capel
Prior to that, he led VCU from 2003-2006, leading the Rams to 79 victories and a.694 winning percentage in conference play. Capel, 43, has served as an assistant to Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski since 2011.
However, there's no blatant showbiz favouritism here, as Sunshine originally applied to the internship through the White House's website. She also started in the 2010 film 'Marmaduke,' among many other roles.
She is the latest person with a broadcast background to join the White House - the incoming National Economic Council director is CNBC host Larry Kudlow, while Fox News analyst John Bolton will be the next national security adviser. Shake It Up was a Disney Channel show about teen dancers that ran from 2010 to 2013.
Capping it all off, she's a known entity to the White House where she recently interned.
Scattered snow and rain showers today
What's more, some light rain may reach parts of Berks County, the Lehigh Valley and the Poconos sometime during the evening rush. Given the clouds and less cold southeasterly breeze, expect a less cold night with lows likely remaining in the low to mid 30s.
Much like her new boss, Ms Sunshine is a fan of Twitter, where she has more than 500,000 followers and tweets about citizenship ceremonies, Memorial Day, NASA's new astronauts and The Bachelorette.
Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman, for the first time met Trump when she was a contestant on his reality show "The Apprentice". She's also worked with the Joyful Sewing Organization, Working Wardrobes, the Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Center, Adopt a Hero, Loaves and Fishes Ministry and Thirst Project.
Oldest US Gun Maker Remington Files For Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington and obtained by SGB Media, the company plans to exit bankruptcy proceedings as soon as May 3. Remington has also been sued by individuals claiming some guns are defective, and voluntarily recalled some of its models.