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Local official who resigned office reports to work for President Trump


The Butler Twp. trustee who resigned at noon Friday will work for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Nick Brusky, who submitted a letter of resignation late Wednesday night, reported to work today at the federal agriculture department in Washington, D.C.

Brusky formerly worked on President Donald Trump’s campaign in Ohio.

Brusky would not yet disclose the nature of his new job, but said text, “All I can say is that the USDA cafe serves the best fried chicken in town!”

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