Daniel  Huff

Daniel Huff

Dan Huff is a former counsel to the Senate and House Judiciary Committees. In those positions, he led investigations of high-profile issues including the Obama Justice Department’s settlement slush fund. He also foresaw major policy challenges such as nationwide injunctions and advised Chairman Goodlatte on innovative solutions. In 2019, he was appointed General Deputy Assistant Secretary for enforcement at HUD, overseeing a staff of 400 and working on policy issues including AFFH.  In February 2020, Mr. Huff joined the White House where he worked directly for President Trump on some of his signature policy projects including AFFH.

Mr. Huff’s work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, LA Times, National Law Journal, FoxNews.com.

Prior to coming to Washington, he was a management consultant with McKinsey & Company in New York City.  He is a graduate of the Columbia Law School where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone scholar.

Following the election, Mr. Huff left DC to run a tech company. 



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