Disney Channel star Caroline Sunshine joins White House press team

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"Caroline Sunshine was a White House intern".

The latest addition to the White House's press staff is the actress Caroline Sunshine.

The White House announced a new addition to its press team on Tuesday-Disney Channel alum Caroline Sunshine. Zendaya also appeared in the show Shake It Up. She didn't mention Donald Trump but instead quoted Dr. Seuss' The Lorax, "Unless someone like you cares a whole bad lot, nothing is going to get better".

And now she's off on a new adventure of several months in the White House before she takes her turn through the revolving door of people chased off by a tweet-happy, burn-it-all-down president.

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While attending Claremont McKenna College in California, the former child star was super active in extracurricular social justice programs and completed multiple political internships, including one at the White House.

She made her acting breakthrough in the 2010 movie Marmaduke, alongside Owen Wilson and Emma Stone. In college, she was involved with the American Enterprise Institute and an active member of her school's Model United Nations team, ' Walters said.

Though she keeps a low profile in the press shop, she has more than 500,000 Twitter followers on her verified account and 235,000 followers on Instagram. Former CNBC host Larry Kudlow recently joined the administration as Trump's chief economic adviser, and former Fox News analyst and President George W. Bush appointee John Bolton was hired as the president's national security adviser.

The Trump administration has seen a number of high-level employees with television experience.

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